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The Resource Wars may have ended, but for the cyborgs created to fight in them, the battle for acceptance is far from over. Former soldiers Toro and Jaeger have been on the move since they left military service. They're looking for more than their next payday; they want to find a place to call home.

Cynder Armas co-owns the Nova Club with her two cyborg siblings. The club is more than her business; it's her home-- filled with everyone she cares about. Life on The Drift isn't easy, but it is profitable, and it keeps her too busy to dwell on the losses in her past.

When these three battle-scarred warriors meet, there's no denying their attraction, but it takes more than a spark to keep a fire burning. To hold onto each other, they'll have to find a way to let go of their old lives and embrace the future, together.

©2016 Susan Hayes (P)2017 Susan Hayes

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  • seelk
  • Burlington, Ontario, Canada
  • 01-03-18

cyborg love

I think I liked this story even better than book 1. Short but entertaining.
Toro and Jaeger are so lovable and perfect for Cynder. Their relationship evolves quite rapidly but not without bumps. Their each deal with the effects of their time in the war and as they get to know one another they also heal each other.
I enjoyed listening to Ms. Wilder's narration again, she has a warm voice with the right pitch for each character and emotion.

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a nice story

I put off buying this book for quite a while as I usually don't purchase books this short. It does have a good story line with some character development. I will be buying the next book but not start any of her other series as I like longer better developed stories