Ghost of a Machine (Cyborg Sizzle #9) by Cynthia Sax ~Review~


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.

My Review

Totally worth the wait! I fell in love with Ghost in the first novel in this series Releasing Rage. He is one of the earliest cyborg models. Kill and breed are his two functions. He carries the weight of his perceived failures on his shoulders. The Humanoid Alliance has not been kind to him, would be the most epic of understatements. Lethe, has a burden to carry as well. Losing her entire family, never getting to say goodbye and all of the things she had to do to survive eat at her everyday. These two are quite honestly a mess. All of that leads to this amazing story of love and redemption. Forgiveness and finding happiness. Amazing characters, a bit of sizzle and yes a happy ending all make for a fantastic story. If you have not read the first 8 books, you can still enjoy this one. I do however, highly recommend starting at the beginning,for a richer reading experience. All of the stories are wonderfully crafted.

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About the Author

Some girls dreamed of knights in shining armor. Cynthia Sax dreamed of dragons, magnificent flying dragons. Being a bloodthirsty little thing, Cynthia usually dreamed of these dragons eating the damsels in distress. Now, she dreams of them doing… ahhh… more pleasurable things. Cynthia is happily married. Although her hubby has not yet shown any shapeshifting abilities, he does buy her medieval princess costumes to wear around the house. Cynthia’s rather traditional mother-in-law now always calls before visiting.

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