Friday, May 19, 2017

Weekend Book Club--Ghost of a Machine by Cynthia Sax and Wilful Desire by Victoria Barbour

I've read two very different books this past week. The first one is GHOST OF A MACHINE by Cynthia Sax. If you enjoy smokin' hot cyborgs then this is a series for you. Often dark, always raw, Sax always delivers an emotional story.


Fragile. Stubborn. His.

Ghost, a C Model cyborg, has disconnected his machine from his human side. Severely damaged, he knows two things—the curvy human female on his ship belongs to him and he must keep her safe. He’ll stop at nothing to protect her, claim her, make her his.

Primitive. Damaged. Hers.

Lethe has seen the savage side of beings. The courageous Rebel captain has never met a male like Ghost. Overpoweringly dominant, he appeals to her on a primal level, filling her mind with thoughts of sweet surrender, hard kisses, and body-heating encounters against the warship’s walls.

They are two broken beings, one determined to protect, the other intent on flying into danger. Can love heal them both before they face their common enemy?

Ghost Of A Machine is Book 9 in the Cyborg Sizzle series and is a STAND-ALONE story.

It is also a BBW Cyborg SciFi Romance.

The second book I read was WILFUL DESIRE by Victoria Barbour. A wonderful, emotional, and very contemporary story about two people whose life choices have made it difficult, if not impossible for them to be together. Sometimes love might just not be enough.


Will Walsh is a terrific sailor. And a terrible ex. Just ask Mae Mercer, the woman he left behind when a too-good-to-refuse promotion to the elite ranks of the Navy came on the eve of their wedding.

Will might be a force of nature when he’s hunting down pirates and drug dealers, but that’s nothing compared to the way he capsizes Mae’s world when he returns home to Heart’s Ease. On a mission to reclaim her heart, he knows that failure isn’t an option. But this time, he might have to concede defeat: the only thing stronger than his desire to claim her is Mae’s desire to preserve her freedom.

Can Mae resist the temptation to jump into this very able-bodied seaman’s open arms? Or will his wilful desire win out?

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