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B785 (Cyborgs: More Than Machines #3) by Eve Langlais

B785 (Cyborgs: More Than Machines, #3)

Sheldon is the cyborg Einstein (formerly IQ221) disconnected from emotion, socially awkward with an off the charts intellect, and completely disinterested in sex. The only difference is that Einstein kisses and awakens his Sleeping Beauty as a last resort as nothing he’d tried to fix the cyborg female worked.

Sheldon & Amy in The Big Bang Theory

This scene says it all.

Fair warning: I ❤ Sheldon and Eve Langlais did him justice. *fangirl squee*

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Lust After Death (Love Bots #1) by Daisy Harris

Lust After Death


There’s nothing like a bit of necrophilia in the morning.

Our RoboZombies  (the zombies are actually referred to as ‘steins’, as in Frankenstein) don’t decompose and still retain all of their bodily functions so there are no ball sacks falling off during fellatio or penises detaching mid-coitus (oh look a new dildo!) so my tea and toast stayed happily in my stomach.

Our heroine, Josie, is a newly made RoboZombie sex doll. Her memories have been wiped in favour of rudimentary programming to engineer her to need, and be submissive to, a ‘husband’. Her obviously abusive maker had no other use for her than that. Free will is only for the living. She’s child-like in her curiosity and discovery of new concepts and sensations, but she’s very much able to learn and grow beyond her original programming.

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Review: Scarlet (Lunar Chronicles, #2) by Marissa Meyer

Scarlet (Lunar Chronicles, #2)

Wolf seduced me. I freely admit it. I love shifter romances, and although he’s not strictly a shifter, Wolf does possess wolf DNA. His personality and romance held all the yumminess required to have me falling head over heels. I didn’t care that he and Scarlet technically spent mere hours in each other’s company, and this is brought up many times, but they are quality hours. Wolf’s behaviour spoke volumes.

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