F814 is a great continuation to a great sci fi series. I love the characters and the lives they have lived and are striving to continue. Joe (hero C791)has sent his cyborg brothers on a mission to find some much needed resources for survival. The added benefit to the assignment is that they have stumbled upon one of Chloe’s cyborg sisters. The problem is that the guys must convince her that she is indeed a cyborg and not a defective worker droid, and that to survive she needs to come with them.
F814 (Fiona) knows that she is defective. She has discovered that she no longer has to take the commands of the humans who abuse her. This allows for her to survive the humans attempted termination of her. She discovers that survival alone is completely uncharted territory and does not know exactly what to do, other than protect what she has made a home from humans, soldiers, and pirates.
Solus immediately recognizes Fiona for what she is, a cyborg female. Convincing her of this on her terms is very amusing. She has been harmed by others too often for her to trust, yet that is exactly what he is asking of her. Solus has a strong dislike for all things human. He sees emotions as a human weakness. When he begins having feelings and emotions this book really grabs your attention. How can one love and have a happily ever after without emotions?
Solus and Fiona make a great couple to read. They are both experiencing emotions that they never thought they would have. The new sentiments make their reactions to each other difficult to express at times. While they both know exactly what they want and what they want from each other they have a difficult time getting the point across clearly.
Seth and Aramus bring the humor that Eve’s books are known for to the table. As this series continues readers learn a little more about each of the cyborgs that have small roles, who will hopefully get their own books soon. I like Seth. He is the most human of the group and he gets himself in the craziest situations because of it. I also can’t wait to read the female that is going to knock Aramus into another world. He is so stringent!
This is a great read that I recommend to paranormal romance fans who may want to venture into the future, a future where scientific advancements and experimentation on humans have given the world cyborgs.