Review: Cyborg Sizzle Series Books 8-9.6 by Cynthia Sax

Title: Seeking Vector
Author: Cynthia Sax
Series: Cyborg Sizzle #8
Pages: 180

3.5 stars out of 5
3.5 stars

Vector is determined to find the human female that has been communicating with him through cyborg channels. What he doesn’t expect is for her to be his mate and for the other J model cyborgs to be so protective of her. 

I really liked this one. Vector was extremely protective but also hiding a lot of PTSD. Kaisa is one of my favorite females from this series. She is extremely smart, resourceful, and isn’t afraid to do the right thing. She was the perfect partner for Vector. These two were great and I want to see more of them in the future. 

This Humanoid Alliance continues to fall with more officers being found and destroyed. More cyborgs were rescued in this one and I can’t wait to read their stories, especially Dissents. 

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Title: Knowing Zip
Series: Cyborg Sizzle #8.5
Pages: 44

2.5 stars out of 5
2.5 stars

This was a very quick novella with Zip kidnapping his mate, Ryssa. I liked what little bit we got about these two but I do wish there had been more development. This one was definitely an instant love relationship and Ryssa accepts everything about Zip without any problems. 

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Title: Taking Vengeance
Series:  Cyborg Sizzle #9
Pages: 180

3.5 stars out of 5
3.5 stars

Vengeance hates all humans and is determined to have them removed from the Homeland. He uses himself as an experiment to prove that cyborgs can resist their mates. What he doesn’t expect is for his mate to be a fierce warrior who hates cyborgs and is determined to kill him. 

This book started off rough because Vengeance is a human hating asshole. But this book does a great job with character development for him. He changes so much after meeting Astrid and opening up to his emotions. Astrid was a badass. I really liked her. She was deadly, scared, and wasn’t afraid to fight for Vengeance. 

Overall, this one was one of the best books in this series. The last few books have definitely had better character and story development compared to the beginning of the series. I hope we see more of Astrid and Vengeance in the future books, mostly Astrid because I loved her. 

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Title: Dark Arsenal
Series:  Cyborg Sizzle #9.5
Pages: 67

3 stars out of 5
3 stars – I liked it

This was a very short novella featuring Arsenal, the K-Model cyborg that was introduced in Knowing Zip. Arsenal finally finds his mate and they go on a dangerous mission against the Humanoid Alliance. I really liked Vicuska. She doesn’t hesitate to embrace what happiness she can find, especially since she knows this might be her last mission. Overall, this was a cute novella and I really liked the couple. 

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Title: The Cyborg’s Secret Baby 
Series: Cyborg Sizzle #9.6
Pages: 177

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Stealth, a K Model cyborg, found his mate while still a slave to the Humanoid Alliance. Zebrina was the commander’s human daughter but she didn’t share her fathers views. She does everything she can to protect innocent lives and protect the cyborgs. 

I really enjoyed this one. Stealth and Zebrina know they have to be extremely careful with their relationship because it could easily end in their deaths. When they get the chance to escape things don’t go as planned and it is only Zebrina who is freed. Their relationship was so emotional. They both love each other so much but they know they can’t stay together and survive.Their reunion was emotional because not only does he get his mate, but Stealth also finds he has a son. Having a family allows him to heal his emotional wounds that were caused by the death of his brethren. 

Overall, this was a great cyborg romance and I really enjoyed the couple.If you are looking for a cyborg alien romance maybe pick this one up. 

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