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Image of Burning Up Flint


Image of Burning Up Flint

This is a fast-paced romance filled with humor, action and plenty of sex. The characters are fully developed, but the heroine is less vivid compared to the very alpha male. It’s hard to believe that after a small token protest the heroine accepts her status as slave/property. Overall, though, it’s an enjoyable read and an intriguing introduction to the Cyborg Seduction series.

Mirasia Carver is on a routine space flight back to Earth when her ship is attacked. Earth’s government has hidden the fact that cyborgs are still alive, but proof comes in the form of the delectable Flint and his crew. Flint claims Mira as his property and won’t share her with anyone. Branded, bedded and on her way to her new home, Mira finds out that Flint may be called on to breed with other females. It’s up to Mira to show Flint how to love and that sharing him is not an option. (ELLORASCAVE.COM, dl $7.50)
Reviewed by: 
Keitha Hart