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Loving Deviant (Cyborg Seduction, #9) by Laurann Dohner Review

Review:

Loving Deviant (Cyborg Seduction) (Volume 9) - Laurann Dohner

After barely surviving a horrific accident, then being held captive for years by Earth Government, Venice must escape the planet. She thinks she’s found the answer to her prayers when she contracts to be a deep-space bride—only to find herself facing an even bigger nightmare. Hiding from her con man “husband” aboard his space station, she comes across an intimidating cyborg…one who could just be her last hope.

Deviant is humiliated when his father suggests he visit a pleasure center to make use of a sex bot. True, the defects he was born with have assured female cyborgs will never consider adding him to a family unit. But he still has his pride. The woman who enters the room, however, is incredibly lifelike, and she quickly has Deviant feeling things he’d never dreamed—right until the moment he finds out she’s human. Sort of…

Venice needs Deviant’s help to get off the space station. Deviant is lonely, and in need of someone to teach him how to pleasure a female. They strike a bargain, one that has Venice giving up her freedom. But soon it’s her heart that’s at greater risk. It’s easy loving Deviant…even when others are determined to make it difficult.

 

 

 

Review

 

So, I love my cyborg crack. This was pretty run of the mill and could have been tons better with more details.

 

I liked the heroine and the connection back to what is happening on Earth. Her practical nature was refreshing. The romance was sweet.

 

What was lame was that there is still all this human hate on the Cyborg planet. We get to see very little about how the planet works. This would have been much more interesting.

 

The father should get his own romance.

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A Ballad of Confetti, Cake and Catastrophes by Helen Juliet 4 Star Review

  A Ballad of Confetti, Cake and Catastrophes by Helen Juliet 4 Stars! 

Nicholas Herald’s only job was to book the music for his sister’s wedding. So when the big day is only a week away and the job isn’t done, his options are running out fast. In the end he throws down his cash on a guitarist with nimble fingers and arresting eyes.

Fynn Dumashie is more than happy to spend time with Nicholas as they feverishly plan the wedding’s music together. But the closer they get to the event, the more Nicholas seems to want something more… If only he could stop fighting himself to ask for it.

With last minute cancellations, wayward family members, and a cat with a serious vendetta against happiness, they’ll be lucky if they make it to the wedding in one piece. Can Nicholas overcome his own fears to accept who he really is before he and Fynn part ways for the last time?

Review

Oh, I really loved this sweet romance. Both heroes are wonderful though we get to know Nicholas much better.

This is a madcap wedding romance as well as a coming of age story. It is filled with great characters and great moments.

We get a really engaging romance as well.

A great deal of fun.