by Honey Phillips Publish: Dec 01, 2019Paranormal RomanceRomanceWestern RomanceScience Fiction
One big cyborg cowboy. One tiny human female. One impossible attraction.
When Jo's partner abandons her as soon as they arrive on Mars, it's yet another reminder of what she has always known: the only person she can count on is herself. But she is determined not to let his absence prevent her from claiming the one thing she has always wanted - a permanent home. Earth Government is offering land to anyone who can work a claim for five years and she isn't going to let loneliness, global dust storms, or a mysterious, attractive cyborg stop her.
C-487 no longer feels human emotions. They have been left behind in the pain of his transformation and the long, lonely years working to make Mars suitable for human settlement. The majority of that work completed, there is little left for him now except making sure that these foolish humans don't kill themselves or each other. Until he sees her - a tiny, determined female who makes his long-forgotten heart beat faster.
Can a woman who is afraid to trust and a cyborg who has forgotten how to love find their dreams together?
High Plains Cyborg is the prequel to the Cyborgs on Mars series and can be read as a standalone romance. This sweet and steamy romance is intended for mature readers.
BIOGRAPHY Honey Phillips write steamy science fiction stories about hot alien warriors and the women they can’t resist. From abductions to invasions, the ride might be rough, but the end always satisfies. Honey wrote and illustrated her first book at the tender age of 5. Her writing has improved since then. Her drawing skills, unfortunately, have not. She loves writing, reading, traveling, cooking, and drinking champagne - not necessarily in that order.
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