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F814 (Cyborgs: More Than Machines #2)

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She thought herself a robot, defective and unique among her kind, until he taught her how to live again.

F814 exists to serve the humans until they decide to terminate her. An instinct for survival makes her fight, but when she achieves freedom, she discovers she cannot throw off the chains of habit. Everything changes when another flesh covered droid arrives, a cyborg he c
ebook, 163 pages
Published April 15th 2012 by Eve Langlais
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Psssst.... I have a secret....... I LOVE Eve Langlais!

Okay, so not a huge secret. :) I'm pretty sure I've pointed out that little tidbit a few times. I just can't help it. Her books make me laugh hysterically, make me cry (I don't usually do tears), and last, but certainly not least, they are hot! Everything I ever wanted in erotic romance is a sure thing when it comes to Ms. Langlais.

F814 hit the mark.

The book synopsis is pretty spot on so, I don't feel the need to spoil any of the goodies for
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In this sequel to the cyborg series, it starts off with F814. She is a droid working in a mining camp. She is different from all the other droids in that she has this humanoid type body that can’t take all of the abuse that the other droids can. She works hard to hide that she has any feelings, that is until she hears that she is set for termination. That doesn’t go over very well and let’s just say that the humans are the ones that are terminated. She
I really enjoy these books. Hot cyborgs work for me!!
F814 is a female robot who exists to serve her human owners on a mining asteroid. Though treated worse than any other droid she consistently works harder and longer hours without fail so it's unclear why an order to terminate her is issued. The mining foreman decides to use F814's body one last time before carrying out his orders. Little does he realize that F814 is really a cyborg who has slowly evolved into having independent thought processes and doesn't agree with the termination directive.

Vanessa theJeepDiva
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. ...more
Jonel Boyko
The premise behind this story, and the series as a whole, is heartbreaking. Emotions run deep throughout the entire story, yet at the same time the action packed and exciting plot definitely sizzles. Langlais’ intricately crafted plot definitely held my attention throughout. I found the nano-tech endlessly appealing. Langlais not only sparked my imagination, but also kept my science minded brain endlessly reeling with the concepts that she brought forth. It was both chilling and exciting. Her vi ...more
Dolce Amore
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Let me gush! I love how Ms. Eve Langlais starts this book. F814 (aka Fiona) is not a droid, although they made her believe it. She was a woman and she remembers her former life only in her dreams. She is disturbed with feelings that start to fill her head, she doesn't even know what they are and fears she might be reprogrammed if discovered.

In my dreams, I have a name. A home. A family and friends.
I can even see their faces and hear their voices.
Wow!! Solus can be stubborn but he also can be very caring. Him and Fiona sound like the perfect match just as Joe and Chloe were. This book has some serious times as well as funny ones. I love how Seth gets them to admit that they have actual feelings for each other not just lust or for the next of pleasure.
Since this one ended like the last I will have to read the next to see who gets snagged...and Aramus's time has to be coming sooner or later - I can't wait to read about him or Seth. ;)
The female cyborg F814 has no idea about her own history, thinking shes a mining droid with flaws since shes on a mining site out in no-where space. Threatened with termination, she takes her destiny in her own hands, and takes out anyone trying to hurt her.
Solus is assigned to take his team to raid a mining site, take all things worth taking and search for information. Little did he know that hed meet the one wholl make him question himself and maybe - start feeling?
Great, quick read, smutty f
Galena Sanz
Este segundo libro de la serie me ha gustado mucho más que el primero, he visto evolución en los personajes, no se centra tanto en el sexo y Fiona me ha gustado mucho, su encuentro al mundo Cyborg es de lo más interesante, pues ella cree que es un androide y como han borrado todos sus recuerdos y se ha pasado mucho tiempo extrayendo mineral en un meteorito con humanos que la maltrataban, encontrar a Solus y a todo lo que lo acompaña la abruma, pero nos deja escenas muy cómicas, como la falta de ...more
Lea Barrymire
This was a great second book to this series. I loved the fact that Fiona was strong willed and defiant. Solus so needed to fall hard for a female, and she was perfect for him. Now, Aramus is so gonna get his!?! :)

The characters are really starting to develop in this series. You get a great look at Solus' background and what he suffered. Seth steps out of his "human" status to show off. Just great character building.

Now, we just have to wait for the next one.
Lani ⚔⚔  the Destroyer ⚔⚔
F814 is a great second instalment to the Cyborgs: More than Machines series. Like this first book I found F814 to be fresh and exciting. I guess my only complaint is that I wish for the stories to be longer and with more developed plot/characters, but I still really enjoyed it. So looking forward to Bonnie's story next.
Alrighty then.

This one was slightly more humorous. Slightly. Seth can't quite make up for the absolute lack of humor evidenced everywhere else. Also, the whole attempt at no strings attached sex? Right. Yeah. Sure. De Nile apparently is a river in outer space too.

Found it odd that they were able to so totally erase Fiona's personality, yet she remembered things. Of course, considering that she considered herself to be a malfunctioning android, maybe... I dunno. Just seemed odd. She was so determ


Fiona thinks she is a droid.She works at mining ore on some backwater planet. One day, as they are about to execute her, she realizes she doesn't want to die, and she kills the humans that have her enslaved. She eventually carries on, and continues to mine ore, even though she is all alone on the planet. Meanwhile Solus is on a mission to learn more about cyborgs and gather resources. He ends up on the planet where Fiona is, and sets out to make her realize she is a cyborg and deserveds to b
Rachel- Goodbye Borders
Another enjoyable entry in this series. It's an interesting world, one where people where taken and "enhanced," some I think, without their consent. I liked how Solus gradually softened. I liked that Fiona (F814) was able to have some revenge.
Val⚓️Shameless, Bitchy, Skanky, & Not Sorry⚓️Ethan Dexter's OFFICIAL Lead Minion
4+ Stars

I'm really enjoying this series. A short, quick, steamy fun read with bits of humor, this is the perfect story for when you feel like starting something new but don't have the time to get caught up in a longer saga.
Cara Bristol
When his cyborg brother takes a mate, Solus is quite disparaging. But then he’s sent to investigate an asteroid, and he happens upon a lone cyborg female, F814. “Fiona” is a gritty, tough female who decided that her termination by the mining overseers was not acceptable so she killed everyone on the asteroid. Having just learned of the existence of female Cyborgs, Solus is determined to rescue this one—even if she doesn’t want to be rescued.

Loved the book and the entire cyborg series. Each book
F814 was a good followup to the first book in the Cyborgs series. However, now knowing that we are looking for cyborg women does take some of the suspense out of it. The male lead was a real tough guy in the first book and continues to be some in this book. However, as all romances go he has to tone it down some or he will not get the girl. It was interesting that the female lead in this book did not realize she was cyborg and thought she was actually a robot. She does remember some things from ...more
Amazing as I expected and can't wait for B785's story keep them coming Eve!!!
Book 2 in the series sends Solus out to find resources & supplies on an abandoned mining asteroid. Only, it's not quite abandoned as it is home to a recently self aware female droid.

F814, Fiona, is one of the few female cyborgs and slowly recovers her memories of creation and abuse while trying to make a new life for herself in the arms of Solus.

Lots of tension & steamy steamy bits. But this does also move the overall series storyline along nicely as Fiona remembers about another female,
I REALLY hope she continues this series!!
As you can see, Eve Langlias' Cyborg series is popular around here. In book one we are intruduced to a futuristic world where Cyborgs have revolted and regained their free will. We met a team of them that rescued Chloe and now they are searching for her "sisters". Solus and his team don't really expect to run into one of them at the abandoned asteroid mine, but now that they have, they will do anything to keep her safe and help her remember who she was.

F814 isn't really interested in all that. A
Jan 06, 2013 Suzan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Paranormal Romance fans
I loved this follow on from C791! It was nice to see Solus succumb to the same emotions that Joe did! I loved Fiona and she was a perfect match for Solus! I worried that he'd refuse to accept his new emotions and her as he really didn't like the feelings he was developing and tried to deny them, as did Fiona as whereas Chloe had believed herself to be human and couldn't easily accept that she was part machine, with Fiona it was the opposite, she believed she was a droid and couldn't easily accpe ...more
I really liked this continuation of the series, although as with most of her writings, it is thinly sketched. Again, I wish EL would write longer, more deeply layered novels because she can construct such enjoyable characters and lanscapes, a reader wants to immerse themselves in fully. The Langlais world of Cyborgs was fascinating but as with the first story,over too soon.

She thought she was a robot, defective and unique among her kind, until he taught her how to live again.

F814 exists to serve
All of Eve Langlais' books are great. She writes several series including "Cyborg: More Than Machine", "Accidental Alien", the "Furry United Coalition" (yes, it's FUC) and "Freakn" (her spelling). I buy them all!

I love good shifter stories. "Delicate Freakn' Flower" is the first of its set and is my favorite. Naomi just wants to know how many toes was she going to have to stomp on before people realized she was a delicate freakn' flower? She's surrounded by five big shifter brothers and claims
Literary Ames {Against GR Censorship}
F814's past is extremely well-written. The 5-star torture scenes are eerily reminiscent of Captain Jean Luc Picard's "There are four lights!" (YouTube), though Langlais's scenes are infinitely more horrific.

I'm pleased to say Solus is kind and and considerate of F814's past and her fears. He never crossed the line and F814's behaviour and decisions were understandable and felt fairly realistic. She's unknowingly tough. Her ignorance regarding her past, her identity and her extreme fear of things
Liz at Fictional Candy
Ok, I read this book a few weeks ago, but haven’t had a chance to review it. So here I am, and I’m so happy I get to share my second experience with Eve’s cyborgs with you! Seriously, I’m really such a shifter fan, but these ‘borgs might easily make me switch teams. If you haven’t read a cyborg book yet, I highly suggest you start with Eve’s. Her ‘borgs are fantastic. You have Joe, from C791, who is kind of like the leader of the group. An Alpha, if you will, although he certainly isn’t alone in ...more
This was the second book in the Cyborgs' series and it was a solid sequel. They should be read in order because must of the explanation and world building are given in the first book.

Near the end of the first book about Joe and Chloe, the shocking information is revealed that there are several cyborg females that were made and kept top secret. Joe and the rest of the guys- Solus, Seth, Aramus, and Einstein are determined to find them even while procuring the resources they need for their world a
If I did #InSixWords in my reviews, this book would get a "Can't get enough of these cyborgs!" I seriously love how they think and how they respond to things just a *little* bit differently than a human would. Watching Solus try to deal with this sudden influx of emotion when he considered himself so logical and emotionless was FUN. Heck, all these cyborgs are fun. Even grumpy Aramus and his constant bitching about... everything.

However, it isn't all fun and games. The abuse Fiona was subjected
Jessica Weissenburger
This book just blew me away. I wasn't entirely sure what to expect after C791's brilliant plot and characters, but it was most definitely better than the first one! Which is saying a lot as I loved the first one, though Chloe did get a little annoying towards the end.

Where to start! The characters were brilliant and there wasn't a dull moment - between Seth's outrageous comments, to Solus' jealousy, to Aramus' grumpy self nothing was too over the top or too much. The plot was great, though there
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Other Books in the Series

Cyborgs: More Than Machines (7 books)
  • C791 (Cyborgs: More Than Machines, #1)
  • B785 (Cyborgs: More Than Machines, #3)
  • Aramus (Cyborgs: More Than Machines, #4)
  • Seth (Cyborgs: More Than Machines, #5)
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