Read Storm Surge mobi é Cyborg Shifters

book Storm Surge

Read Storm Surge mobi é Cyborg Shifters ☆ Book two of Cyborg Shifters same universe as the Stranded in the Stars series every book is a standalone that only subtly builds off of the othersEverybody feared the man with the metal band over his mouth Stryker was part of an elite group of Cyborgs genetically enhanced with inhuman DNA He was kY out there? This is Norah Lee a scientist of Earth I I don’t know what to do I think everybodyeveryone is dead Please if you hear this please help us I can hear them outside They’re coming I don’t want to die” Warning mature readers only explicit sex scenes horror elements Book 2 in this series focuses on Stryker a cyborg that shifts into a snake as he investigates a distress call from Norah Norah is a water scientist The planet she is researching has lots of water but also some very strange monsters that just killed her whole team She and Stryker must survive the monsters and other dangerous creatures of the planet as well as a horrible storm as they make their way across the terrain toward a ship and escapeOK in my review of the first book in the series I mentioned that the smut was good but the story was weird In this one the story stays weird and the smut wasn't as good Normally I think I would kick the series to the curb at this point but now it is actually the weirdness that has me intrigued I can't help but wonder what the next cyborg shifter will be like and what oddity will he have to overcome in order to find love?

Naomi Lucas î book

Book two of Cyborg Shifters same universe as the Stranded in the Stars series every book is a standalone that only subtly builds off of the othersEverybody feared the man with the metal band over his mouth Stryker was part of an elite group of Cyborgs genetically enhanced with inhu Stryker can surge my storm anytime 😉What are big Cyborgs made of?What are big Cyborgs made of?Snake and venomAnd sexy tailsThat’s what this Cyborg is made ofSometimes it takes just a name to call to you the name for Stryker was Norah LeeThis was reptilian Stryker’s story His mixed Cyborg DNA is snake complete with a hemipenisIf only I had had THE KISS then I would have rated it a bit higher but alas as he couldn’t take the chance with his venom it wasn’t to be sighsThis was far action packed than the first book and those Shrieker’s were something straight out of a horror movie and I found them far icky and horrendous than any mutant CyborgOff to read book 3 Shark Bite Do do do do do do4 from me

ePub ✓ Cyborg Shifters î Naomi Lucas

Storm Surge Cyborg Shifters #2 Man DNA He was known as the Creeper the uiet the man with half a face His fate was his own and his freedom hard earned having nothing to live for but the hunt and his perfect record Until he received a distress call that changed his bleak existence “Please oh god please Is anybod I was so excited to read this after having read Wild Blood I absolutely love these Cyborg Shifters of Naomi’s Stryker was introduced to us in Dommik’s book briefly responding to a distress call Since then that was the last Dommik or anyone has heard from himStorm Surge was nonstop action It's sci fi romance and horror all rolled up into one It begins on Axone a place where Norah was stationed studying the water of the planet to see if it would be safe for humans to live It turns out to be of a nightmare than she could ever have imagined From the moment Stryker finds her there is a connection between them He was so different from the uiet angry Dommik Stryker was gentle caring doing whatever necessary to protect her from the creatures lurking in the depths I loved the interaction between Stryker and Norah There was attraction but there was They fit together perfectly While he might be dominating at times boy those were good ones he cares for her and she understands him She accepts him despite the monster that he is extra bits my brows flew up after reading about ONE certain bit and all To her he is perfect the way he isOverall loved the book loved the writing and can’t wait for Netto’s book