Unit 78: Rescued (CyBRG Files, #2)

Unit 78: Rescued (CyBRG Files, #2)

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Overview

A cyborg soldier with one mission:
To rescue an innocent girl from a vicious cult
But in order to fulfill his duty, he must do the unthinkable.
Can Rich and Kyrin find each other when they are lost in the Cult Compound?

Unit 78, formerly Corporal Richard Hardgraves, is a Cyborg with a mission: to rescue the Admiral's daughter from the dreaded Tr'Low Cult on Beacon 5. The Tr'Lows have a prophesy that a half-metal man will come from the sky and father the perfect child on a chosen bride--Rich tells himself he will play the part just long enough to grab the girl and run.

Kyrin Pierce is a Peace Keeper with IPKA--the Interstellar Peace Keeping Association. Lured to Beacon 5 by a fake call, she was captured and now she is being prepared for an unspeakable ceremony. She too plays into the Tr'Low prophecy because of her flame-red hair. As the priestesses of the cult inject her full of hormones to drive her wild with need, she has nearly given up hope of escape.

Rich might be more metal than man but he still has a heart and when he sees what the Kyrin has been through, he aches for her pain. But in order to get her out of the Tr'Low compound, he must do the unthinkable...and give the cultists what they want by taking Kyrin in their public ceremony.

Kyrin doesn't care that the man who has come for her is a cyborg, she only knows that her body needs him desperately. And after he rescues her, her heart needs him too.
But Kyrin's father, Admiral Pierce, doesn't approve of his daughter loving a "metal monster." When he separates them and sends Kyrin to a hospital to take care of her "problem" can Rich rescue her again...in time to save their baby?

Half man...half metal...all heart. The CyBRG series by Evangeline Anderson and Mina Carter.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940155673316
Publisher: Carter & Anderson
Publication date: 07/14/2018
Series: CyBRG Files , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 28,572
File size: 538 KB

About the Author

Mina Carter was born and raised in Middle Earth (otherwise known as the Midlands, England). After a slew of careers ranging from logistics to land-surveying she can now be found in the wilds of Leicestershire with her husband, daughter and a cat who moved in and never left.

Suffering the curse of eternal curiosity, Mina never tires of learning new skills which has led to Aromatherapy, Corsetry, Chain-maille making, Welding, Canoeing, Shooting, and pole-dancing to name but a few.

A full-time author and cover artist, Mina can usually be found hunched over a keyboard or graphics tablet, frantically trying to get the images and words in her head out and onto the screen before they drive her mad. She's addicted to coffee and Dairy-lea cheese triangles.

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Unit 78: Rescued (CyBRG Files, #2) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 21 reviews.
Anonymous 10 months ago
I really loved this romantic sci-fi comedy! The next book in the series will be in my library asap!
Anonymous 11 months ago
I liked the first story 77 and this one 78, whipped threw both storied in a day each.. I love Evangeline Andersons books she always comes with new creative story lines... Waiting for the next boook!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had read Unit 77 months ago and had forgotten about reading that this was going to be a series. I stumbled upon Unit 78: Rescued by chance and immediately bought it. I read it in less than a day, which is somewhat disappointing as that means it was too short. But the story was very good and I'm glad I found it. Considering how this book ended, it appears that Josh Harper's story is coming next. Mina Carter sure has a vivid imagination. I'm glad I discovered her several years ago. She's one of my go-to authors when I want sci-fi erotica.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book and the twist and turns.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very steamy not for the faint at heart! Daring love story! I was hooked finished in three hours!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What more could I ask for? Two of my favorite authors, cyborgs, and strong independent women who love them. Can't wait to see what falls next.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Short but good read.
SimplySarahReviews More than 1 year ago
I was given an Advanced Review Copy, by the author, in return for a honest review. This is the second book in the CyBRG Files series. Wow! I really enjoyed this fast paced novel. It had a great plot, the characters are quite memorable, and I found myself really wanting to know more about the other Cyborgs too. Kyrin and Rich made a great couple. Though Kyrin had been through a lot, make no mistake she was a strong female. I loved Rich's protective, alpha personality. It not only showed he cared for her, but also his humanity. Just a great Sci-Fi, military, cyborg romance! - Sarah
AvidReader200 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book and the continuation of the CyBRG Files. Like with the first book it leaves me wanting more and seeing what happens with the rest of the squad. Here we have Unit 78 (formally Rich) who must save the Admiral's daughter, Kyrin, from a crazy breeding cult. Kyrin has been kidnapped to fulfill their prophecy of a child born of a mother with red hair and a father of half metal. Rich has gone to rescue her in the hopes they will believe him as the other half of the prophecy. The two of them must find each other and overcome some challenges before they can even think of escaping. Will they work together and find love amongst the chaos? I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Robin_Manor More than 1 year ago
Unit 78: Rescued (CyBRG Files Book 2) - Evangeline Anderson and Mina Carter This is the 2nd book in the CyBRG Files series by both Evangeline Anderson and Mina Carter. While very familiar with Evangeline’s books I love her take on Cyborgs and the twist about this particular group of rogues. I have never read any books from Mina Carter but will definitely add them to my TBR list. This book takes place away from the rogues homebase, a cyborg , Unit 78 known as Rich Hardgraves, was introduced in the first book. His sense of humor and outgoing personality carried over into this book. He’s been tasked with rescuing the daughter of a general whohas been abducted by a crazy cult. Despite his dislike for the Cyborgs he feels are lower than dirt Rich will fulfill the prophesy that his daughters abductors believe in. There is a lot of craziness this cult victimizes poor Kyrin to, she was an independent professional ambassador peacekeeper, before being captured by the cult and given a host of drugs. Of course in typical Evangeline Anderson’s world, the drugs and cult put Rich and Kyrin in some compromising and very erotic situations. Rich falls for the brave red head and is bereft to be parted from her after her rescue. He is forced to turn her over to her overbearing prejudiced father who forces her into another kind of prison. Kyrin sees way beyond the metal that makes up a good part of Rich’s body and chooses to love his heart and mind. They somehow have to find their way back to each other. The story also introduces some cool secondary characters, Karin’s sister and Harper (another cyborg) whose stories I hope will be featured in the next book in the series. These Cyborgs are different from other series I have read, their quirky sense of humor, bravery, loyalty and morality make them much more admirable than the military humans that created them. A definite great addition to the series. It’s highly recommended to read book 1 first.
Robin_Manor More than 1 year ago
Unit 78: Rescued (CyBRG Files Book 2) - Evangeline Anderson and Mina Carter This is the 2nd book in the CyBRG Files series by both Evangeline Anderson and Mina Carter. While very familiar with Evangeline’s books I love her take on Cyborgs and the twist about this particular group of rogues. I have never read any books from Mina Carter but will definitely add them to my TBR list. This book takes place away from the rogues homebase, a cyborg , Unit 78 known as Rich Hardgraves, was introduced in the first book. His sense of humor and outgoing personality carried over into this book. He’s been tasked with rescuing the daughter of a general whohas been abducted by a crazy cult. Despite his dislike for the Cyborgs he feels are lower than dirt Rich will fulfill the prophesy that his daughters abductors believe in. There is a lot of craziness this cult victimizes poor Kyrin to, she was an independent professional ambassador peacekeeper, before being captured by the cult and given a host of drugs. Of course in typical Evangeline Anderson’s world, the drugs and cult put Rich and Kyrin in some compromising and very erotic situations. Rich falls for the brave red head and is bereft to be parted from her after her rescue. He is forced to turn her over to her overbearing prejudiced father who forces her into another kind of prison. Kyrin sees way beyond the metal that makes up a good part of Rich’s body and chooses to love his heart and mind. They somehow have to find their way back to each other. The story also introduces some cool secondary characters, Karin’s sister and Harper (another cyborg) whose stories I hope will be featured in the next book in the series. These Cyborgs are different from other series I have read, their quirky sense of humor, bravery, loyalty and morality make them much more admirable than the military humans that created them. A definite great addition to the series. It’s highly recommended to read book 1 first.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story line and a quick read. Took me about 1 1/2 hours. Looking forward to reading more of this series.
pammyl More than 1 year ago
Unit 78 - formerly corporal Richard Hardgraves and his team had been taken out by a land mine and conveniently malfunctioning medical equipment. Then orders form the corrupt pike made them all cyborgs. Since their not brain dead they remain incontrol of thier body but space corps has disowned them until they need help Admiral pierce's daughter has been kidnapped Kyrin is a peace maker she was taken by the Tr'Low Breeding cult and Rich is going after her. Oh this was was great lots of twists and turns to the story made it a real page turner I couldn't put it down. Awesome characters, lots of action, betrayal, mystery, intrigue, drama, and more. Don't miss it. Voluntarily reviewed a copy and I honestly enjoyed it.
SouthernGrandma More than 1 year ago
Another winner in the cyborg series! Not as long as the first book, this one didn't need to go into the whys this group was created or the changes the group went through, so it got straight to the story line. The problems of human and machine residing in one body were explored more, and the angst between the hero and heroine definitely reached a higher point than the first one. Naturally a HEA bearing the stamp of Ms Anderson's novels. I really enjoyed it and had to keep slowing myself down so I could savor the story and not rush willy-nilly to the end!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great fun to read but not nearly long enough!
KarmelRead2665 More than 1 year ago
I love a good Cyborg story and this one was no exception. Minna Carter has such a way of writing a story to keep the reader interested and entertain and Unit 78: Rescued was such a book. Rich and Kyrin are the major characters in the book I would have to say you got more of a background on the male lead which is really nice. somehow I missed the very first book in this series and I'm going to have to go back and get it so I can enjoy getting to know all the characters as the books are released. Looking forward to the next book in the series which I hope is about Harper and Abby. I have voluntarily read and review this book by my own choice without any obligation to the author.
Racycarr More than 1 year ago
I have been really enjoying this series so far. To say which book I loved more so far I can not say. I loved this book just as much as I loved book one. Now I really tried to stop and think to see if I would recommend this book as standalone. I would say yes but reading book one helps you know how these men became cyborgs and the long journey they have come to get to were they are now. But yes I do believe you can read this book as a standalone. Though these cyborgs are half machine and half man I believe they have more man then machine. Meaning they have all their human traits. It does break my heart how these men can feel like they are unloveable. They desire the same thing any human does. To be loved and have someone to love. They long for that physical connections. When I was reading about these cyborgs I wanted to jump in the book and roll around with them..LOL I am truly loving getting to know each of them. Unit 78 aka Richard Hardgraves had a very important mission. He was to do a rescue mission on a woman that was in an occult that was all about breeding. They believe she was their queen that prophecy spoke of. He was going to a place that would believe he was the male that was prophesied about as well. Half man and have metal. I think in the story we get to discover the type of man Richard really was. He truly had a good heart. He would of put his life down to save Kyrin. He was a honorable man and a caring man. He was also very protective. Reading this my heart broke for him. He was falling for Kyrin and felt she could never love someone like him. He has been through so much and carries so much pain. Kyrin carries so much guilt with her. In a way she blames herself for what happen to her crew and the situation she finds herself in. She fought with all she had on what was being done to her. I also discovered that Kyrin had this amazing heart. I think that is why she had the job she had. She desired to bring peace. As you are reading about her you can see why she is prefect for Richard. It might of been an awful situation that Richard and Kyrin find themselves in but it is also what helps bring them together. These two will have their battles to get to were they want to be. But I believe everything they go through is what helps bring them closer together. I loved that we got introduced to Kyrin’s sister in this book. I can tell she really loves her sister and would do anything for her. There is some pretty steamy parts in this book. Trust me when I say the authors do not disappoint. I am so happy I got a chance to read this book.
AngelaG_2012 More than 1 year ago
I really liked this story because it was fun. A quick read that hit my enjoy spots constantly. The hero, Rich or Unit 78, has some great internal dialogue with himself during the story and his interactions are freaking hilarious at times. There were times that I thought the heroine, Kyrin, should have done something different or been a little more proactive, but not sure that would have worked for her character or where she was held against her will. The situations that they find themselves in are not humorous, and some of them are downright scary and humiliating, especially for Kyrin. I was able to empathize with her during the story and really enjoyed when she stood up for herself, not that it got her very far. Her father on the other hand needs to have a good throat punch. Her sister, now that is one story that am SO looking forward to reading (hint, hint Mina and Evangeline!). Overall, I really liked this one and am really looking forward to what comes out of this awesome author pairing.
JEA2 More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading this book , it has a great storyline. I can't wait for more from this author. I received this book as a FREE ARC copy to read and I voluntarily leave this review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not as good as the 1st book. Character development just wasn't there to me. I have read every single one of the Kindred books by Evangeline, so I know she's capable of a better story.