C791 (Cyborgs: More Than Machine’s, #1). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

C791 by Eve Langlais

My rating: 4 of 5 stars.

Machines aren’t supposed to feel, but this cyborg can’t help falling in love. 

Assigned as a specimen collector for a captured cyborg, Chloe is intrigued by the machine disguised as a man. Kidnapped during his daring escape, he shows her that despite the chip in his brain, his humanity is not completely lost. 

Formerly known as unit X109GI, Joe is on a quest to discover his origin. While he doesn’t find the answers he’s looking for, he does discover that affection and lust aren’t just for humans. But when it comes to a battle between logic and love, which side will the cybernetic organism—once a man—choose? 

It turns out Cyborgs are as cool today as they were in the 80’s!

This is my first Cyborg book and I really liked it. I didn’t think I would but it turns out Cyborgs are pretty hot. The story was good though a bit unoriginal. The military has a Cyborg program used for super soldiers in space and after a few EMP pulses something happens to the neural implants and the Cyborgs become sentient. So the military decides to decommission them but the Cyborgs revolt under the leadership of self-named Cyborg, Joe.

Years after the revolt, Joe returns to Earth and purposely gets caught by the military in order to steal secrets about the origins of the Cyborgs. While in custody he meets Chloe, a lab technician who is sent to get blood and tissue samples from the captive Cyborg. He escapes and takes her captive and runs from the military. The romance blooms from there.

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