Sunday, December 27, 2015

Review of Breathing Vapor (Cyborg Sizzle #2) by Cynthia Sax

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.

Overall Rating:  4.25 Rockin’ ★★★★

Once again we find ourselves emerged in the world of Cynthia Sax’s cyborgs.  In her second book in the Cyborg Sizzle series, we learn more about their continued battle for freedom from the Humanoid Alliance that created them for their protection and use.  Vapor is the most advanced cyborg created to date and Mira is the Designer’s daughter and is known as Mira the Merciless.  He is a warrior with unknown skills.  She is one of the cruelest females and is known for her snarky mouth and selling cyborgs.  This is Vapor and Mira’s journey of forbidden love in a segregated universe.
Mira’s mother was killed when she was young and she witnessed the event.  From that horrific unforgettable moment, she masked her true feelings and became indifferent to the happenings around her.  She has an ulterior motive that is secretly locked in her mind.  Vapor and his fellow cyborgs are planning to launch a rebellion and escape before they are sent to battle.  
Breathing Vapor is a well written story.  The science fiction storyline is filled with twists and turns that will keep you reading and engaged.  Ultimately you will be cheering for Vapor and Mira to escape the bonds holding them in an unfulfilled life, serving the alliance.  I was pleasantly entertained and look forward to the next book in this series.  

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