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His mission: Blend in with the humans. Save the cyborgs. And of course, seduce the girl.

An excellent athlete who is highly intelligent, charismatic - without modesty - and handsome too, Seth has it all except for the girl. But not for long. Like it or not, he's determined to win her heart - and get in her pants. So what if it means letting the military replace a few parts and becoming the world's first cybernetic spy? Cool missions, a hot chick, awesome toys; it all sounds like a dream come true until the military decides to terminate their billion dollar experiment.

But they didn't count on their project soldier fighting back.


Each book in the Cyborgs: More Than Machines series can be read as stand alones, but if you'd like to enjoy the entire world the author created and meet the other characters then this is the proper order

  • C791
  • F814
  • B785
  • Aramus
  • Seth
  • Adam
  • Avion

  Genre: A Cyborg romance with dark humor, an alpha male, some humans you'll hate and a cool twist that will leave you craving for a machine lover of your own. (genetic engineering, sci-fi romance, space opera, fantasy romance, futuristic romance, dark romance, paranormal romance, sfr, cyborg romance)

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4.2 / 5
engaging throughout
September 16th, 2015
Langlais’ seamless writing allows her innate skill as a novelist to shine through. Her world building never ceases while at the same time she develops an intricate and intimate plot that is both entertaining and thought provoking. The various aspects of the story all tie together while also providing a large backdrop for readers to immerse themselves in. The combination of comical, snarky moments with suspenseful ones means that you’ll never be bored. Ok, I’ve got to say it. I absolutely love the name of the cyborgs’ ship. It cracks me up every time I read it. The in-depth look at Seth’s background not only brings his personality and more human characteristics into focus, it also shows how cyborgs came into being, or at least how individual ones were made. The technology and process behind it was quite fascinating. It also brings the glaring difference between the spy model cyborgs and everyone else into sharp focus. Not only that, but experiencing Seth & Anastasia’s combined and separate pasts put their current relationship into perspective. I love the way that they competed with and bated one another, while also putting their lives on the line to protect each other. Their relationship was fantastic and kept me engaged throughout. Langlais sets this novel up so that it could potentially be read as a standalone, briefly filling in the key points of who’s who & what’s what, but for full enjoyment I’d recommend reading the full series in order. The way that this novel overlaps and intertwines with Aramus’ story really enhanced my enjoyment. I really like how each novel in the series builds on the previous one, while also standing on its own.
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May 19th, 2015
Having read this book, which has a story and plot line, unforgettable characters, high drama, and intense love scenes. I can't wait to get the next.
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March 21st, 2014
Great read! As always, good series.
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