Burning Up Flint

Laurann Dohner

Dohner, Laurann; Burning Up Flint
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave Publishing
Publication date: 5-Mar-2010
Date Finished: 1-Jun-2016
Format: e-book
Pages: 196
Series: Cyborg Seduction (#1)
Genres: Romance, Futuristic, Fantasy, Science Fiction
ISBN: 9781419926747
Source: GooglePlay
Rating:2 star3 flames

“Flint is tall, gorgeous and dangerous. He’s a cyborg-the absolute ultimate alpha male. He takes what he wants and holds what is his. Mira is his now. He takes her aboard his ship and has her branded with his mark. He captured her, owns her, and she will serve his every need.

Mira is instantly drawn to Flint, fascinated by his seductive appeal. The sex between them is smoking hot. Until she finds out he is a breeder, contracted to a dozen cyborg women, and she is no more than a possession.

Mira won’t share her cyborg and she belongs to no one-not even to a man who has captured her heart. She doesn’t know if cyborgs feel… anything. Can Flint love her? Mira is determined to find out, no matter how much trouble she makes for the big guy. -Goodreads

REVIEW

I really wanted to like this romance because the idea is really intriguing, but alas I did not. Despite being called the Cyborg Seduction series, there was no seduction, just very quickly settled Stockholm Syndrome. There was seriously something wrong with the protagonist. She strangely went from kidnapped to being in love in the same day. This novel was frustratingly stupid! Not only because of Mira, but also the cyborg characteristics are nothing like I was thinking they would be, and not in a good way . Essentially a cyborg in this world is a very tall, strong being with metal toned skin, no metal body parts or super brains. Honestly I found the main cyborg, Flint, to be stupid. I don’t recommend this book. The only reason I gave it two stars was because I was able to finish it. Even the sex scenes were weird because of the language used when describing them!

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