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A Cynical Cyborg Meets A Bad, Bad Female.
Chuckles hates all humans. In the past, humans betrayed him. That treachery caused permanent damage to his muscular form, resulting in a lifespan of pain.
When the primitive D Model cyborg answers a distress call sent by a pink-and-blue haired, sparkly human female, he knows it’s a trap. He still has to respond to her fake cry for help. She belongs to him, is the one being genetically fabricated for him. But he plans to be her captor, not her captive.
Bettina, aka Bait, works with a team of females, snaring sexual predators in space, seizing their ships and transporting them to primitive planets. As soon as she speaks with Chuckles, she knows he’s not like the others. He has honor, is a being worthy of respect, of caring.
But she can’t let him go. She has to trap him. His dominance thrills her. His deep voice evokes desires she’d never experienced in the past. She’ll risk it all, breaking every rule for one wild encounter with the male she calls Sir.
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Choosing Chuckles is a STANDALONE BBW Cyborg SciFi Romance set in a dark, gritty, sometimes-violent universe.
It is the first of five core stories in the Cyborg Space Exploration Series.
Book 1: Choosing Chuckles
Book 2: Doc’s Orders
Book 3: Dominance And Dissent
Book 4: North Bound
Book 5: Testing Truth
I do so love these cyborgs!
I love the cyborgs’ penchant for assigning percentages of probability to nearly everything!
Chuckles is not a humorous cyborg like Truth. Grim is more like it; stern is a given. He doesn’t show his affections openly, it’s in the little things he does. Bettina is a playful little being, always testing limits! She’s also loyal, dedicated to making sure her loved ones are safe, and receiving good care. Odd as it may seem, they’re a perfect match. Each provides something that is crucial to the happiness of the other. Reading their story is a pleasure from start to finish.
Ms. Sax has the skill to take her readers through the full gamut of emotions: the anger of someone severely wronged, the depths of sorrow when a friend is lost, the elation of love realized. It is difficult to move on from that. The next book I read may not get its due.