Her Cyborg Awakesby Melisse Aires
Sabralia lives a lonely but luxurious life in Emperor Sirn's Harem, her only companion is her obedient servant, Qy, a cyborg. Her life has largely been controlled by others, but when Sirn demands his Harem pleasure his Commanding Officers at a victory celebration, Sabralia makes a daring plan to hide to avoid rape by Sirn's
Her gentle, docile servant has changed!
Sabralia lives a lonely but luxurious life in Emperor Sirn's Harem, her only companion is her obedient servant, Qy, a cyborg. Her life has largely been controlled by others, but when Sirn demands his Harem pleasure his Commanding Officers at a victory celebration, Sabralia makes a daring plan to hide to avoid rape by Sirn's men.
The Palace is ambushed and her cyborg gets her off world. The impossible has happened−Qy the gentle cyborg becomes the man he once was, the warrior Kaistril. Pursued for valuable information, Sabralia is thrust into dangerous, unfamiliar situations where she must stand up to the challenges, or lose the man she loves. Sensual Sci-fi Romance.
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Meet the Author
Melisse Aires ~ Romance with Infinite Possibilities! Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal Sensual Romance.
Melisse lives in windswept Wyoming with her husband and adorable little dog, Baxter. Her three daughter are busy college students. She loves to read, write, photo edit and crochet.She writes sci-fi romance because her lovers face extraordinary circumstances on the way to their happy ending.
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"Her Cyborg Awakes" is the first book that I have read by Aires; I got it as part of the Nebula Nights box set. While the characters were interesting, the world-building was mediocre and the narrative was choppy. There was a lot of info-dumping, and the scene and chapter breaks were awkward. Additionally, the formatted was completely mucked up. I'm not sure if that was due to its inclusion in the box set or my nook; either way, it was very distracting. I doubt I will be reading more Aires' work, but others may enjoy it. -- lyradora
Not sure why the other reviewer was so harsh. The story was interesting and I thought something new, different then the normal romance stories. For a free story I enjoyed it. Some folks like to play grammar police.
Good idea that was destroyed by bad form. Started out great but four chapters in it became the work of a young child.