Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Random Release & Review . . . Cyborg Fever by Grace Goodwin


Cyborg Fever by Grace Goodwin is LIVE!

Warlord Anghar survives hell as a captive of the evil Hive. Convinced he will never break free, he chooses death over dishonor. When the Coalition ReCon Team sent to kill him frees him instead, he begins the long, tortuous journey back to a true Atlan, a warrior proud of his beast, of his service.

But no amount of honor, of bravery, or strength of will can save Angh from a life alone, banished with the other "contaminated" warriors on The Colony. And no amount of prayer to the gods will save him when the fever in his blood grows beyond his will to control - and the Atlan Mating Fever steals his final shards of belief.

Imprisoned, awaiting execution, one hope is left; a woman brave enough to tame his beast - and strong enough to fight the demons inside both his head and his heart. Because he may have escaped the Hive...but they aren't finished with him yet.

My Review:

**4 stars**

From the moment Warlord Anghar was mention in the previous book, I've wanted to hear his story and I was so glad when I finally got it.

I enjoyed how he met Kira and how their relationship developed. At first, I wasn't sure how I felt about it because it seemed they were both doomed to be honor-bound and duty-filled, willing to toss away everything that they wanted. I found myself wanting to smack both of them. I understood the sentiment, but it grated on my nerves. I liked Kira's character. She was strong and confident and I liked knowing that she could take care of herself. Obviously, I loved Angh's character. There's just something about a beast of a man with such a huge vulnerability. I especially loved when he went beast mode!

Ultimately, I enjoyed the book, but I also felt like it was somewhat anticlimactic. There was strife, but nothing truly unexpected happened. Regardless, I look forward to more from this series.

**I received an ARC and voluntarily reviewed.**