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Discovery: The Forgotten

3.62  ·  Rating Details ·  512 Ratings  ·  22 Reviews
When Captain Danielle Dubois crash lands on the world terra-formed by the Danu she isn’t the only one shocked. The cyborgs that people the world of Danu have never seen a female ... but they definitely like what they see!
ebook, 191 pages
Published November 1st 2011 by New Concepts Publishing (first published January 2010)
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The Sneeze that never came.

I read this book thinking it would be similar to "The Ninth Orb" of Kaitlyn O'Connor's which I ADORE & still enjoy re-reading. It is AWESOME, if you haven't read it, go read it now.

I have to compare this book to a sneeze that never happens. You know the kind where your nose twitches, then you begin sucking in great breaths of air anticipating this massive yet satisfying sneeze ... but for some reason you never get to sneeze? This book was that for me.

There was this
Another good sci fi romance from Kaitlyn O'Connor. This like most that I've read from KO'C is a menage book. In this one she is a human woman who crashes on a planet filled with male cyborgs who have never seen a woman. I will admit that I laughed out loud in a couple of places as the men try to figure her out. In this one there were a few problems with the men. For one thing you never get any idea of what the alien men/cyborgs look like other than that they are humanoid but just a little more " ...more
There was just way too many things going on in this storyline and some of the explanations given seemed too far fetched or didn't add up and the romance was a bit bland.
Apr 27, 2013 Sarah rated it really liked it
A surprisingly good story with a well thought out plot. There is Sex and a good bit of time centered on the build up to it and then the actual act. However, there is more than just sex to be found. From the beginning you have an accidental crash landing on a planet where a super computer/machine dictates the running of everyday life and controls all the other machines. Then the search to find the people who were originally planning to colonate on said planet, and then the accidental discovery of ...more
Dec 12, 2014 Cheri rated it liked it
Around 2.5 stars.

I didn't enjoy this story as much as I hoped I would. Danielle is a fighter pilot that accidentally falls through a wormhole and crash lands on an android planet. She is the only woman there, so drama ensues. Danielle annoyed me a lot. She came across as childish, shrill and immature. All her snapping at Gertrude (her computer) was annoying. Her love interests were okay, but lukewarm to me. I can usually find no fault with this author when it comes to her writing but there were
Shoshanah Lila
Dec 09, 2011 Shoshanah Lila rated it really liked it
(12Aug12 re-read)
Although not part of her Cyborg-evolution series, it seems as though this was her test book for it. Similarities include m`enage relationship, human/cyborg crossbreeding, cyborgs-are-better-lovers, and nano-technology. Differences in the Cyborg-evolution series, there are female cyborgs, and while they do have nanos that help them heal, they do not morph into a beast form as in Discovery: The Forgotten. This title, while there is a war, it is brief and humans and the Danu are a
Apr 21, 2013 Robbin rated it did not like it
I kept trying to make myself finish this, I failed. It wasn't my thing and honestly I was getting an information overload the characters rambled on and on about unimportant things. I could feel my eyes crossing... O.o
This book had so much potential but fell flat. I was compelled to finish it because I kept expecting it to get better but besides the HEA, I really wasn't satisfied. And I love this author but I had a lot of problems reading this one.

Quick Rundown: Chick crash lands on a planet of half cyborg males who were created by the mother computer that was sent by the Danu people to build an installation on this planet for future habitation. Only thing is, that the Danu never come. Chick eventually gets i
Carolyn F.
Jul 05, 2011 Carolyn F. rated it really liked it
Shelves: sci-fi, erotic-sexual, sfr
I've noticed a lot of people didn't care for this heroine, but I liked her. Yes, she has a potty mouth but who doesn't (in my immediate family). There is a common theme of unexperienced cyborg males with a lot of this author's books, but she tells their stories extremely funny. They all want a close up look at her phaluss receptacle and feelings are hurt when she tells or shows them no. Very funny. Also the heroine mentions if these guys are so horny, why aren't they looking for some love with e ...more
Danica Avet
Apr 01, 2011 Danica Avet rated it really liked it
I wasn't sure what to think since this wasn't about the Cyborg nation, but I was not disappointed!

As always, O'Connor makes the surreal seem perfectly normal and having a relationship with more than one cyborg natural. I loved the gradual realization for the cyborgs. This author always manages to make me laugh in the middle of a love scene, or during a very tense moment. Her comedic timing is perfect.

I can't wait to read more by her.
Book 1 of 'The Forgotten' series.
4.5 stars

Cyberevolution fans will probably like this story.

I would have liked this 5 stars worth if there had been a little bit more at the end about how the cyobrgs liked the new babies, but that's my only criticism. I really hope Ms O'Connor continues with this cyborg group... so many possibilities with 6,000 males needing mates and wanting families.

I have a lot of her books... love most of them!
Apr 08, 2014 Jen rated it really liked it
I like this story. The premise of a society of all-male cyborgs left on a planet to create cities for the parent race that never comes is interesting. Danielle, the heroine, is not one of my favorite characters however. I have read many books by the author and enjoy most of them. This one is one of the better.
Currently reading this in the serialized version, which makes the shortened intake of the extremely annoying Danielle bearable. Small doses...

I enjoyed the bickering of the 3 cyborgs, Kiel, Baen, and Jalen, who formed a quad mating with Danielle. They were fun.

The ending with the triplets was disturbing - and wrong on so many levels.
Jan 31, 2014 Melanie rated it really liked it
Oh my freaking Gods, I almost peed myself laughing at some parts of this story. The cluelessness of these guys was highly amusing.
Susan Marie
i.m a fan of the author not the heroine in this one, although it did get better
Apr 20, 2011 Ladymcbeth rated it really liked it
Quite a good book ... even if not a lot of erotica scenes.
heather ♥
Aug 28, 2013 heather ♥ rated it it was ok
Shelves: aliens
Leslie Reno
Not my fav

Seems I have read this same storyline before but maybe in a series. Felt it was slow on the front end but fast on the back end.
May 18, 2014 Tina rated it it was amazing
Excellent sci fi story. The sex was hot, and the interactions believable.

The only criticism is that the end came too soon! There are so many others on the planet
that could use a good story!
Aug 04, 2015 Jilly rated it liked it
I only give it 3 stars because some passages were really hard to wade through. For me. Others may have no trouble at all. Other than that I enjoyed it
Apr 30, 2010 Anne rated it really liked it
Shelves: z2015-bir
A good, humorous story, but it missed the mark in a lot of ways. The heroine is an idiot.
Patricia Stvartakova
Jul 18, 2015 Patricia Stvartakova rated it liked it
Shelves: menage, alien
I expected more from the story, story not fully developed, not enough unteraction between Jarel and heroine, so I am dissapointed somehow
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■Kaitlyn has written and completed nearly 140 intellectual properties under several pen names in different genres.
■She has written over 8,000,000 (yes, more than 8 million!) words in published works.
■She has nearly 50 partials in various genres in various stages of completion. :0
■In 2004 she wrote 27 different stories which, together, amounted to nearly a million ‘printed’ words.
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