Programmed For Passion

Programmed For Passion

by Jenna Ives
Programmed For Passion

Programmed For Passion

by Jenna Ives



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She needs to become an expert at

Having lost everyone she loved in the Great War, High Council aide Sie has no interest in romance or sentimentality. Only protection. The planet is currently at peace under the strong rule of her boss, premier Theus, but power-hungry rivals have already attempted to assassinate him. To gain the safety she craves, Sie plans to seduce the planet's powerful weapons manufacturer and secure a marriage proposal from him – and her best chance to do it is at an event in seven days. But Sie is a virgin, so she enlists the help of sexbot Keira to teach her the legendary sexual tricks of the planet's Beautiful Dolls.

There's just one problem: Keira says Sie needs a male to practice with.

Celis is working at the planet's robot manufacturing facility under the watchful eye of Theus, in order to prevent Celis' ambitious father from attempting a government coup. So when Sie asks to borrow a male robot for a project, Celis seizes on the opportunity to get close to Theus' top aide and find out information that might benefit his father's planned rebellion. Instead of the robot, Celis offers himself – a male, as she requested – for her needs.

With no other option and time running out, Sie grudgingly accepts. Celis is shocked when Sie reveals the true nature of her 'project' but he has no objection to practicing sexual tricks with a beautiful woman. They both have ulterior motives going into their lessons, but as their intimacy deepens, they must face the dangerous complication their emotional connection brings for the future of their planet.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186690528
Publisher: Jenna Ives
Publication date: 10/05/2022
Series: The Tau Cetus Chronicles , #4
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 454 KB
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