by Cynthia Sax
(Rebel Cyborgs, #3)
Publication date: August 10th 2021
Genres: Adult, Romance, Science Fiction
No one in the universe is more determined than a cyborg warrior tracking his female.
Grudge, a C Model cyborg, has been assigned a mission – safeguard a Humanoid Alliance space station for his kind. Honor was once all he had, and he is determined to fulfill his duty.
That resolve is tested when a tiny human female enters the space station and sets the prettiest little explosives the warrior has ever seen. She is Grudge’s genetic match, the one being manufactured for him. He wants to touch her, kiss her, claim her in all ways, but first he has to stop her from blasting him into the next galaxy.
Taelyn has a self-appointed mission—to destroy every battle robot the Humanoid Alliance has ever manufactured. A huge gray-skinned, blue-eyed cyborg warrior with mismatched arms won’t prevent her from achieving her goal. She’ll escape him, leaving destruction in her wake.
Before she departs, she’ll experience one toe-curling moment of hatred-edged passion with her handsome foe. She’ll show him how skilled with detonations she truly is. He will have his universe rocked.
Then she’ll disappear.
Her cyborg, however, has no intention of ever letting her go.
Baring Grudge is a STANDALONE Cyborg SciFi Romance set in a dark, gritty, sometimes-violent universe.
It features a determined, damaged warrior, an equally resolute human female, and an explosive game of predator and prey played across galaxies.
Baring Grudge is the third of five core stories in the Rebel Cyborgs Series.
Book 1: Containing Malice
Book 2: Under Strain
Book 3: Baring Grudge
Book 4: B Free
Book 5: Seizing Power
“Who…what are you?” She lowered the pack of explosives to the floor and drew her guns.
“I’m your warrior.” A form stepped out of an alcove.
Her head tilted back, back, back. He was a huge f**ker.
His broad shoulders, narrow hips, thick thighs were clad in muscle-hugging black body armor. One of his arms was shiny and silver in color. His other arm matched the rest of him.
Her gaze lifted higher. His hair was the same color as his protective garment. His skin was gray. His eyes were a brilliant blue.
There was a letter followed by numbers inked on one of his cheeks.
A bone-deep chill engulfed her.
The male was a cyborg. He was half human, half machine, had been designed by the Humanoid Alliance to fight their battles.
Rumors said the warriors had rebelled against their human manufacturers.
Those rumors must not have been f**kin’ true because he was standing in front of her now, guarding the space station for the Humanoid Alliance—a formidable, some would say unbeatable, foe.
She’d heard cyborgs were fast. If his size was any indication, he would be strong also.
His garments were decorated with an impressive array of weapons, and he would know how to use them. Cyborgs were some of the best warriors in the universe.
She was a warrior also. Her heart pounded hard.
If she was alone, she’d welcome the confrontation.
Death would come for her eventually. The missions she undertook were dangerous. This planet rotation was as good a time to die as any other.
But she wasn’t alone. Blast it.
Her lips flattened.
Jasny was waiting in the freighter, expecting her to return.
If she died, the fate of the kid would be decided by the enemy. The Humanoid Alliance didn’t show mercy to anyone. The girl would die also, and that death was unlikely to be quick or painless.
Taelyn had seen what the Humanoid Alliance did to their foes. She wouldn’t allow that to happen to the kid.
She had to win this upcoming battle. Bracing her booted feet apart, she aimed her guns at her opponent and prepared for the fight of her lifespan.
Failure wasn’t an option for her.
She had to defeat the cyborg.
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USA Today Bestselling author Cynthia Sax is currently writing cyborg and alien romances with high heat levels. These stories are set in a shared dark, gritty, sometimes violent world. There is always a romantic happy ending between the main characters and this happy ending is FOREVER. But everyone else is in danger.
Her stories have been featured in Star Magazine, Real Time With Bill Maher, and numerous best of… top ten lists.
She loves writing fated to mate or instalove romances as this is her personal experience with love. She fell in love with her Dear Wonderful Hubby at first sight and 25 plus years later, they’re still very much in love. This is what she wishes for her characters and for her readers.
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