Cyborg Sizzle Series by Cynthia Sax

Releasing Rage by Cynthia SaxAvailable: Now Amazon/B&N

Type: Sci-Fi Erotic Romance

Publisher: Self

My Copy: Bought

Reviewer: Nikki

Half Man. Half Machine. All Hers.

Rage, the Humanoid Alliance’s most primitive cyborg, has two goals–kill all of the humans on his battle station and escape to the Homeland. The warrior has seen the darkness in others and in himself. He believes that’s all he’s been programmed to experience.

Until he meets Joan.

Joan, the battle station’s first female engineer, has one goal–survive long enough to help the big sexy cyborg plotting to kill her. Rage might not trust her but he wants her. She sees the passion in his eyes, the caring in his battle-worn hands, the gruff emotion in his voice.

When Joan survives the unthinkable, Rage’s priorities are tested. Is there enough room in this cyborg’s heart for both love and revenge?

 

Breathing Vapor by Cynthia SaxAvailable: Now Amazon/B&N

Type: Sci-Fi Erotic Romance

Publisher: Self

My Copy: Bought

Reviewer: Nikki

Vapor is the most advanced cyborg the Humanoid Alliance has ever developed. He’s a finely honed weapon, a warrior without parallel, half man and half machine. No lock can contain him. No being can stop him. Whatever he wants, he takes.

He wants Mira Breazeal, the Designer’s daughter.

She’s his one temptation, his sexy target. Vapor shouldn’t crave her caresses, steal her kisses, make her scream with ecstasy. The cyborgs want her dead and they would question his loyalty if he didn’t kill her. The humans would shoot him on sight if he dared to touch her.

Their love is forbidden. Their desire could be lethal. One human and one cyborg will risk everything for a moment of passion.

 

Crash and Burn by Cynthia SaxAvailable: Now Amazon/B&N

Type: Sci-Fi Erotic Romance

Publisher: Self

My Copy: Bought

Reviewer: Nikki

Crash was manufactured to be one of the best warriors in the universe. The cyborg has spent many human lifespans fighting the enemy. But, unlike his battle-loving brethren, he doesn’t enjoy killing. When he escapes the Humanoid Alliance, he vows to never end another life.

Then he meets Safyre, an infuriating human female, and he considers breaking his vow.

Safyre will do anything to save her friend, the being she loves like a sister. She’ll ravish a huge hunky cyborg, kiss his best friend, and invoke scorching hot desires the male never realized he could feel. Dark soulful eyes, a quick wit, and a tempestuous passion won’t divert her from her mission.

Love, and a planet-destroying weapon, however, might stop her permanently.

 

**********Combo Review**********

Every once in a while I get the urge for something different. Something a bit sci-fi with an erotic twist. In the past I’ve turned to Luarann Dohner to quench that random thirst, but this time I took the advice of my Amazon search and randomly downloaded book one of the Cyborg Sizzle series by Cynthia Sax, Releasing Rage. What I found was an erotically charged, cyborg book that was exactly what I was craving at the time. Add in that the heroine was BBW AND a strong lead, and I was hooked. Sure, there are a few scenes that might be triggers for some people (dubious consent) but I found the book to be hot, sci-fi-esque and action packed.

Book two, Breathing Vapor, was a bit of a set back because I didn’t get quite as invested in the story of Mira and Vapor as I had in book one, but it was still a delightfully erotic fast read. Mira was, in everyone else’s eyes, a cold bitch who cared nothing about the humanoid creatures her father has created. I liked her ability to change her personality when it was warranted but I think it made me a bit standoffish to her character. Also I tend to like my heroes in these types of books, feral and mean and Vapor wasn’t as much like that as I wanted him to be.

Crash and Burn was a different type of story altogether because Crash was a different type of cyborg. He was more intellectual, a lover not a fighter type of guy. It was an odd combo to the heroine Safyre who pretty much took no shit from anyone and did what she pleased when she wanted to do it.That doesn’t mean Crash couldn’t bring the pain, but he was much more purposeful when he did so. Sayfre was also a return to the BBW aspect of book one, which I always highly enjoy.

While my past sci-fi indulgences were more alien like, I liked these cyborg stories a lot. A combo of man and machine, the humans seemed genuinely surprised when they turned against them and demanded they be set free. Humans *shakes head* always so dumb. Overall the heroines were well wrote and not shrinking flowers afraid to do the dirty work when it came down to it and the heroes were brawny, smart and capable of breaking just about anyone in half with the flick of a wrist.

If you’re looking for an escape from reality, an extremely hot escape from reality, than these books may be for you.

I give Releasing Rage 4 stars, Breathing Vapor 3 stars and Crash and Burn 3.5 stars! 

 

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