#2, The Drift
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When love is the prize, the only way to win is to go all in.
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.
**Publisher's Note: All books in The Drift Series are stand-alone stories, but for full enjoyment we recommend reading them in release order.
In this second book of the series we are taking a journey with Cynder. It reveals more details of what happened to the cyborgs in the past as well as what the future may hold. I do enjoy how the author uses her creativity with words. No swear words here. It was a fun quick read. I am looking forward to reading book 3 Wild Card. I received an ARC for an honest review.
The magic of The Drift continues!
Three individuals, each with broken parts. Together, can they fill in the missing pieces to make a whole? I love the way Cynder, Jaeger and Toro seem to be a perfect fit. Their relationships grow until they really don't want to be apart. Jaeger is quite the creative romantic with his plans for their first date. Our way-too-serious characters find many reasons to laugh in each other's company. I enjoyed watching their love grow. Their 'dark' areas do need to be addressed, however. There are some rough spots! A favorite quote: "Guilt danced across Toro's heart wearing stiletto heels." Mmhmm! He made a mistake. A beautifully written romance!