A Cynical Cyborg Meets A Bad, Bad Female.
Chuckles hates all humans. In the past, humans betrayed him. That treachery caused permanent damage to his muscular form, resulting in a lifespan of pain.
When the primitive D Model cyborg answers a distress call sent by a pink-and-blue haired, sparkly human female, he knows it’s a trap. He still has to respond to her fake cry for help. She belongs to him, is the one being genetically fabricated for him. But he plans to be her captor, not her captive.
Bettina, aka Bait, works with a team of females, snaring sexual predators in space, seizing their ships and transporting them to primitive planets. As soon as she speaks with Chuckles, she knows he’s not like the others. He has honor, is a being worthy of respect, of caring.
But she can’t let him go. She has to trap him. His dominance thrills her. His deep voice evokes desires she’d never experienced in the past. She’ll risk it all, breaking every rule for one wild encounter with the male she calls Sir.
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Choosing Chuckles is a STANDALONE BBW Cyborg SciFi Romance set in a dark, gritty, sometimes-violent universe.
It is the first of five core stories in the Cyborg Space Exploration Series.
Book 1: Choosing Chuckles
Book 2: Doc’s Orders
Book 3: Dominance And Dissent
Book 4: North Bound
Book 5: Testing Truth
About the Author
USA Today bestselling author Cynthia Sax writes contemporary, SciFi and paranormal erotic romances. Her stories have been featured in Star Magazine, Real Time With Bill Maher, and numerous best of erotic romance top ten lists. She lives in a world filled with magic and romance. Although her heroes may not always say, “I love you,” they will do anything for the women they adore. They live passionately. They play hard. They love the same women forever. Cynthia has loved the same wonderful man forever. Her supportive hubby offers himself up to the joys and pains of research, while they travel the world together, meeting fascinating people and finding inspiration in exotic places such as Istanbul, Bali, and Chicago. Sign up for her dirty-joke-filled release day newsletter and visit her on the web at www.CynthiaSax.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The crew of the Reckless, composed mostly of cyborgs, had noticed an unauthorised vessel. When they receive a call for help, they are wary. Upon speaking with the female, Bettina, Chuckles senses she's lying but also his genetic match. How could it be? She is human, and Chuckles hates all humans. But he has to see for himself. Bettina's and her team's mission is to track and capture sexual predators in space. The sexy cyborg doesn't act like a sexual predator, but he exudes such dominance that she is immediately turned on. And Chuckles is mesmerised by the sparkly, very colourful human female; his female. What an intriguing start to a new series! I found it very compelling because of the complex relationships between the characters. Bettina's teammate Keeper is utterly fascinating, and I hope she gets her story very soon; she is fierce! I also loved Bettina's relationship with her dad and his caregiver Duggar; what great characters, and they are not the only fantastic ones. I just love the language and the fabulous dialogues. CHOOSING CHUCKLES has a BDSM element: there is spanking, and a D/s relationship between Bettina and Chuckles, baby and Sir. She's a bad, bad little human female, her big cyborg needs to reprimand her, and she thrives on being reprimanded. Bettina sparkles, literally: she covers herself with glitters, and she sports vibrant hair colours. We also get to watch the Humanoid Alliance "in action", and it's not pretty. I loved the planet Vega R and its furry beings, and I hope we go back again some day.
I have laughed, cried, wondered, and loved in every book of this series, and this one was no different. It did have a more light-hearted core than the previous books, because Baby just projects light and love, the irony of which I truly appreciated with it being Chuckles' ("that grim human hating bag of bolts" frm bk 1) book. Sax's ability to completely engross you in a book in under 50 pgs is unsurpased, and her ability to give fully fleshed characters with deeply emtional stories in under 200 pgs is amazing! The only reason it's not a five star is because it's not my fave of the series. Now I have to count down til the next book while re-reading all the others! :)