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Her Cyborg Awakes (Diaspora Worlds Book 1) by [Aires, Melisse]
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A life of lonely luxury… Married as a young girl to Warlord Sirn, Sabralia has her own private quarters in the harem, freedom to roam the beach, and a handsome cyborg servant, Qy. But when Sirn orders his harem to ‘entertain’ his top officers, Sabralia’s marriage contract will not protect her from rape. She makes a daring plan to hide in a pavilion on the beach during the feast. Qy comes to her after the feast with reports of violence and weapon fire. The insurrection escalates and Qy sweeps her to safety aboard a luxury space cruiser.

When her cyborg warrior falls, it is up to Sabralia to get them to safety. Her, the woman who has lived in splendid idleness for years! Can she save the cyborg she loves? Read the romantic journey of Sabralia and her warrior in Her Cyborg Awakes.

Sexy Sci-fi Romance Novella.
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  • Publisher: Grand Street Publishing (Jan. 18 2014)
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  • Language: English
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c55c66c) out of 5 stars Mixed Feelings... March 6 2014
By Siagao - Published on
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Honestly, this ebook wasn't terrible, especially not when I got it for free, but I really disliked that how abruptly it ended. I just didn't feel like the story was "finished" yet, and I was left going, "What? The end? That's all?"

Furthermore, the book was pretty predictable from start to finish, and there was never enough back story on any of the characters to move them from being typical, cliche 2-D characters to interested, well-developed 3-D characters that you could really root for. I would have liked to see more back story and stronger character development.

The plot, too, was rather predictable, and there wasn't a single event that I didn't see coming pages and pages beforehand. There just wasn't really enough to set this book apart from all of the other space age, colonial/imperialism novels.

Also, I have to say that the names were just a smiiiidge ridiculous. I don't mind exotic names, but I kind of got the impression Ms. Aires was trying a little too hard. (Plus, really? The brothers all having the exact same first letter in their names? That was just a little absurd, unless their mother was a bit crazy. If there was a legitimate reason for the namings, I really would have liked to know. I couldn't keep who was who straight in my head because their names were so darn similar.)

There were also a few grammar/spelling errors--not enough to be obnoxious, but enough to be distracting here or there.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c53d180) out of 5 stars Fun Scifi Romp May 29 2012
By Kayelle Allen - Published on
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I like a tale with a solid plot, good worldbuilding, and characters that are well developed, and this book has all of that. There is sex, and sexual tension, but they take a backseat to the action. It's Science Fiction Romance, with the emphasis on SF rather than the love story. Oh, there is plenty of love here -- the relationship of hero and heroine are foremost -- but the setting is vital, rather than an afterthought. That was a refreshing change. I love good SciFi.

The concept of space travel, duties aboard ship, colonization, and galaxy-wide war are touched on. There is a substantial impression of a bigger universe, with levels of politics, military involvement, technology, and more. I was impressed with how well thought out the world was. I got the impression there were other books about the hero's brothers, and will be checking to see. It has a satisfying ending, and enough action to keep me turning the pages. I'd enjoy reading more by this author.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c53d144) out of 5 stars Fun Quick Read!! May 29 2012
By readaholic - Published on
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I was pleasantly surprised. The story was interesting and the plot drew me in. A wonderful blend of science fiction and romance. I agree that a better editing job would have made reading flow a little easier. I will read more of this author's work.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c53dc30) out of 5 stars Surprisingly good Aug. 25 2013
By Sophie99 - Published on
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I got this book to get a little bit more variations in the story settings of my books - and I was really surprised by this book. I did not expect such a story line when I first read through the description but I have to say it was really fun reading it. First I thought that it sounds really far fetched to have a cyborg starting to have feelings and to be honest the beginning of the book was kind of strange - but during the chapters I grew on the main characters. I liked it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c53d9f0) out of 5 stars Perfect balance of love, sex and adventure April 25 2014
By Georgette W. - Published on
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Sabralia, a queen from another planet, is an unhappy prisoner in a harem, given at age 16 to her cold, selfish husband, Sirn in a treaty between their two worlds. Only her cyborg, Qy, helps ease her isolation. When Sirn throws a party at the palace for his troops, the women of the harem are to be offered as "entertainment" to the officers. Sabralia steals away down the beach, hoping to avoid the inevitable rape by the soldiers. Qy travels repeatedly to the palace to bring back food and supplies. When the palace is attacked, Sabralia and Qy hide in a cave. After two days without his daily reprogramming, Qy regains his memories and becomes conscious of who he really is -- Kaistil, a soldier from a different planet who had been captured by Sirn's forces and mechanized as a cyborg, but Kaistril is nothing like Qy. When it becomes evident that a massacre is occurring at the palace, Kaistril/Qy engineers their escape in a stolen spaceship. And therein begins their adventure, and what an adventure it is.

The characters are very likable. I absolutely adored the passionate hero, Qy/Kaistril. He is very masculine, confident and take-charge, but also very protective and reassuring. Sabralia, having been confined to the palace, is less experienced, but she's also brave, caring, and willing to take risks to ensure their safety.

This book made me realize that good romantic erotica has, in addition to an entertaining story, desire, seduction, anticipation, excitement, and intense chemistry, and is not just a string of escalating kinky sex acts strung together. The things Kaistril says to Sabralia to seduce her are really hot.

The story is, IMO, original, without the lazy "destiny" and magical powers plot devices of too many romances in this genre. Kaistril and Sabralia had to struggle and think on their feet, which makes for good character development. And the story is so engrossing, the romance so passionate, that I could easily overlook the few vagaries and minor grammatical errors in the story.