Review for Mated to the Cyborgs by Grace Goodwin


MATED TO THE CYBORGS (Interstellar Brides, The Colony, Book 2) by Grace Goodwin

Date of Publication: May 5, 2017

Blurb


FBI Agent Kristin Webster has spent the last eight years tracking and taking down the worst of humanity. She's seen too much to believe she could ever trust a human man, but the promise of a perfect match through the Coalition's Interstellar Brides Program has her settling into the testing chair to be matched to her alien mate. But her match isn't a male from a distant planet, but two Earth men on the Colony. And the cruelty that evil can spread? It's not unique to Earth, and it's not always human.

https://www.amazon.com/Mated-Cyborgs-Interstellar-Brides-Colony-ebook/dp/B072F28WLL/

My Review

Grace Goodwin's "Mated to the Cyborgs" is the second tale in the Interstellar Brides, The Colony series. I love this author! You can read this as a standalone but I will definitely go back and read #1 and the related series. Tyran and Hunt are perfect dark and light complements. I like that Kristin is such a strong leading lady. Can't wait to read more Grace Goodwin!

4.5 out of 5 stars


About Grace Goodwin



Once upon a time, a young girl was born into an average, working class family. The wee little girl, convinced she was not an average child but was, in fact, a fairy princess, longed to leave the mundane world behind and live her dreams. She grew up, went to school, and when she'd grown too big to wear tutus and tiaras in public without drawing unwanted attention, turned to writing down her fantasies instead.
Now a bit older, her fantasies have grown to include sexually dominant men who know how to ensure a woman's pleasure. Grace believes all women should be treated like princesses, in the bedroom and out of it, and writes love stories where men know how to make their women feel pampered, protected and very well taken care of.
She currently lives in Oregon where she spends her days writing, and her nights in the arms of her very own Prince.

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