The Temptress's Cyborg (Galactic Storm, #1)

The Temptress's Cyborg (Galactic Storm, #1)

by Candice Gilmer
The Temptress's Cyborg (Galactic Storm, #1)

The Temptress's Cyborg (Galactic Storm, #1)

by Candice Gilmer

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Overview

The Terran Empire is at war with The Rhimodian cyborgs. The Terrans believe the cyborgs have stolen a system of planets from them. At least, that's how it started.

It degenerated into hatred and fear.

 

Galactic Storm Book 1

 

Veta, AKA The Temptress, a feared spy for the Terran Empire, now protects the Emperor's two daughters, the only family he acknowledges in the galaxy.

 

The Imperial Princesses are ready to end this war. Like their mother before them, they want to broker peace between the Terran Empire and the Rhimodians.

 

Peace would save both species.

 

They arrive with a Rhimodian cyborg escort.

 

Get attacked.

 

Now Veta, unsure of where the rest of the ambassadors escaped to, has to find the princesses and find out who attacked the envoy.

 

With her enormous cyborg escort whose body suit shows exactly what kind of physical assets he has, Veta has to use all her skills to get this cyborg to trust her.

 

Some of them, she'll enjoy.

 

She's sure of it.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940164504359
Publisher: Flirtation Publishing
Publication date: 03/17/2021
Series: Galactic Storm
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 369,773
File size: 520 KB

About the Author

USA Today and NY Times bestselling author Candice Gilmer leads a dangerous double life as a mommy and a writer. In between boo-boo healing and fixing broken toys, she writes stories usually to the tune of children’s television shows.

Growing up in the Midwest, Candice stays close to her family, especially the ones with basements when the tornadoes come around.

All in all, she stays very busy, but really, she wouldn’t have it any other way.

Well, maybe a little less children’s television.

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