Series: Cyborgs: Mankind Redefined #2
Published by Donna McDonald on January 25th 2015
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction, Genetic Engineering, Humorous, Military, Paranormal, Romance, Romantic Comedy, Science Fiction
They took away his wife and his memories. Now he wants them back. Kingston West put his military service behind him much easier than most of the men he served with during the final war. As far as he was concerned, the cyborg who was Kingston 691 no longer existed. And the Cyber Husband program? He viewed it like he viewed having been a prisoner of war. Both were just service related memories he didn’t plan on recalling. The future was all he needed. At least he felt that way until he discovered one wife’s file had been totally erased from his Cyber Husband records. Only her name remained in data storage, though her family swore they’d had a loving relationship. To put the past completely behind him, King has to first find the now missing Seetha Harrington. Before he can enjoy his new beginning, he needs to find out why Norton took those seven years together away from both of them.(Website, Blog, Twitter, Facebook, Goodreads)
Also in this series: Peyton 313 (Science Fiction Romance, Paranormal)
Also by this author: Covered in Paint, Ariel, Peyton 313 (Science Fiction Romance, Paranormal)
Wow Kingston 691 is an amazing addition to the Cyborgs: Mankind Redefined series. Don’t get me wrong Peyton and Kyra’s story was amazing but Kingston stole Peyton’s thunder. *grins*
Seetha Harrington was once lucky enough to have loved and lived well, that was until her life took a change. King is charming, thoughtful and a wonderful cook and not bad to look at either. *grins* Both are strong characters, Seetha surprised me by being so in-tuned to who she was. A perfect match up.
Can King or Seetha be able to get passed King’s swiped memory issues of his and Seetha’s previous relationship? When you love so deep is there a chance the flame is still alive? Ms. McDonald put King and Seetha through some challenges. I loved the witty and at times sarcastic humor that Seetha, King and the members of the team share.
The supporting characters were fun, but gave the leading couple structure when needed. I could not help but laugh with them all as they gave King a hard time. I am on to Marcus’s book, I can’t wait to red what Ms. McDonald does with him.
The plot was interesting enough to have me reading non-stop cover to cover. Ms. McDonald does cyborg romance beautifully, I enjoyed to continuation of the characters. I never felt that I needed to reread to recap on characters. Kingston 691 was so entertaining I would recommend this series to everyone.