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In this book we get Leith Campbell and RVN99 (Raven)'s story. In this book Leith is now in charge of the human enclave. He is also tasked with finding out who Patrick is working with. So when he is sent Raven he doesn't know what is going on. Sure he has been attracted to women before but never as strongly as he is with her. Leith however knows his limitations and having been bound to a wheelchair since he was 12 he knows which of his parts work and which don't. So he is determined not to bind Raven to a man like himself who isn't worthy of her. What happens though when he finds out he just might have met the one woman to make him whole. Will he let her go to save his own pride or will he hold on to her for all time?
Raven knows she is every cyborg's little sister or the weak one to protect. She knows the others think they are keep this from her but that is just not the case. So when she is given the assignment to work with the humans to ensure that the treaty will stay in place she is both worried and elated. She wonders if she can even do this since she has never been tasked with something this big before. However upon arriving at the enclave she knows she is the right woman for the job if only she could get past the wall that Leith has up between them. Will she be the woman of his dreams or will she just be another man's little sister?
This is a great story that shows us that everyone has flaws it is just how you look at them that matters. Both of them don't see anything wrong with the other and can't understand why they think that way. There are many twists and turns in this book that I really want to tell you all about but don't want to ruin the book for any other readers. I will say this is an book that will have you hooked from the first word to the very end. This book can be read as a stand alone but I recommend you read it in order so none of the secrets are revealed before you read the previous books. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone.