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Review by Rainbow Book Reviews
Scarlet creates two wonderful main characters, one human, and one manbot, and letsthem interact in a world full of prejudice and assumptions that robots cannot now, nor ever, develop feelings. Thus, they have become the slaves of the future, to be done to as humans see fit. This is a thought-provoking story. There is the whole "what makes us human" and "how do we know a robot is a robot if he behaves like a man" question. There is also the discussion of some humans mistreating anyone they do not believe to be human; see racial, religious, and other minorities in the past (and some still in the present), and possible artificially created life in the future. The answer Scarlet Blackwell gives here is clear, and satisfied my need for justice and doing the right thing – to a degree.
If you like speculative science fiction that includes an examination of what makes us human, if manbots hold a certain fascination for you (as they do for me), and if you want a story that has the ability to make you think, not just entertain you, this is one you should not miss. I think it is stunning!
Review by MM Good Book Reviews
I really loved this book. It was interesting easy to follow, thought provoking. The story kept you on the edge of your seat for the romantic tension between Kavan and Gray and the events that take place later. It is a real page-turner. The sex was hot. I loved how Kavan just controlled Gray, come in grab him and make love to him, so hot and sexy.
I recommend this to everyone that loves a good fast romance. Even if you’re not a big fan of Sci-fi, this is great. Give it a go.
Review by Boy Meets Boy Reviews
The author packs a unique punch in this novella. It's not my first human/robot MM romance but this was certainly one of the better stories about this subject. There are some smoking hot sex scenes. (I mean, this is Scarlet Blackwell) and there's a quirky plot with some feels and minor crime. I do recommend for readers who want to try something different but still has a romantic feel and aren't caught up in a definite HEA.