Tuesday, April 17, 2012

For the Love in Adler's Brain by Toni V. Sweeney

A man…a woman…her android lover…

When Rena Pearson hires Luc Kai’leel to find her boyfriend’s brain, he thinks the lady’s a little…shall we say…confused? Then he learns that Marcus Adler was an android, an EHR-1, to be exact, and the Federation’s best assassin. Adler wanted to quit killing and settle down with Rena. Instead, he’s blown to bits, and all that’s left is a tiny bit of his memory bank and that surviving chip is communicating with his mourning sweetheart.

The Federation also wants Adler’s Brain, in order to access the secrets it holds. The android knew too much and they don’t dare let that information get away.

So Luc agrees to help, but only because he’s a romantic at heart. You see, he’s fallen in love with the damsel in distress. Now all he has to do is rescue Adler’s brain while he tries to convince the woman he loves that a real man is better than an artificial one.

How can you fight a rival when he exists only in a woman’s mind?

Reviewer: Dolce Amore
When Rena Powell asks Luc Kai’Leel to find her fiancé’s brain, Luc thinks she is crazy. But then he finds out that Marcus, Rena’s fiancé, was an android who exploded when someone spot-bombed his car.

Now the Federation, their government, was trying to give Marcus another body and to erase his memories of Rena. So she wanted to have him back.

What a wonderful story, full of imagination, it made me think it was much longer. The story has intense action, is full of emotion and passion, and very well written. For a short story, this is a great book for all science fiction lovers to read. And I loved the end, it has a surprising twist. I give it 4.5 stars.

Publisher: Class Act Books
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


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