Friday, December 3, 2010

Review: Melting Iron by Laurann Dohner

Melting Iron by Laurann Dohner

Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Genre: Sci-Fi Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Book 3 in the Cyborg Seduction series.

Being a female mechanic on a space station for eight years has taught Dawn a lot of tough life lessons that have hardened her heart. She’s got a temper and a mouth to match her red hair and has never backed away from a challenge. Then she’s kidnapped and blackmailed into agreeing to be a cyborg’s personal sex slave.

Iron is one big bastard with long, fiery red hair, intense, dark blue eyes and a stubborn streak as thick as his dense muscles. If Iron thinks he can tame her, he’s about to learn that “meek” is not in Dawn’s vocabulary. But with that handsome face, a body to die for, a wickedly talented tongue and those magical hands, the guy just doesn’t fight fair.

Dawn is intent on melting Iron’s icy resolve to never fall in love with a human. He’s winning her heart and she’s determined to win his right back. These two redheads have just met their matches. Let the battle for love begin.

Reader Advisory: The big cyborg using his “research” on his new captive during a smoking-hot bondage scene. Woot!

Hunter's Review

For me, Laurann Dohner has become a ‘must read’ so it is always a joy to get to review one of her books. Continuing on with her Cyborn Seduction story, this time it is the tale of Dawn and Iron. Dawn is a feisty female mechanic who is used to having to fight to prove herself worthy of the respect men get just for being men. Iron is as tough as his name suggests and not used to not being obeyed.

These two characters have great chemistry and I loved reading their story. I was particularly moved by one scene between Dawn and a child, where the author really gets to shine and show the readers just how adept she is at making us feel very human emotions in the midst of a story about a Cyborg and his lady.

I think if you’re not reading Laurann Dohner, you’re missing out. Read the Cyborg series. I wait anxiously for each one like I waited for candy when I was a child!

5 Tea Cups and a Recommended Read!

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