Blog Tour Feature: Stranded With The Cyborg

STranded with the Cyborg

Welcome to the feature of  “Stranded With The Cyborg” by Cara Bristol. This is a new author, but I am so fascinated with the ‘cyborg’ theme in romances, and it really adds something more to sci fi romance. Have any of you read this author before? Do you like Cyborgs in romances?
Stranded With The Cyborg
Title: Stranded With The Cyborg

Author: Cara Bristol

Series: Cy Ops Sci Fi

Publisher: Self Published

Release Date: September 22 2015

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The daughter of the Terran president, Penelope Aaron resented the restrictions imposed upon her, but that was no reason to take it out on the man assigned to protect her. She regrets how she got Agent Brock Mann booted from the security force. But now that she’s an interplanetary ambassador about to embark on her first diplomatic mission, she still doesn’t want him tagging along. Especially since he seems to be stronger, faster, more muscled, and sexier than she remembers. And pretending to be her husband? This mission couldn’t get more impossible!

Ten years ago Penelope Isabella Aaron had been a pain in Brock Mann’s you-know-what. Much has changed in a decade: “PIA” as he code-named her, has grown up and is about to attend her first Alliance of Planets summit conference, and Brock was transformed into a cyborg after a near-fatal attack. Now a secret agent with Cyber Operations, a covert paramilitary organization, Brock gets called in, not when the going gets tough, but when the going gets impossible. So when he’s unexpectedly assigned to escort Penelope to the summit meeting, he balks at babysitting a prissy ambassador. But after a terrorist bombing, a crash landing on a hostile planet, and a growing attraction to his protectee, Operation: PIA may become his most impossible assignment yet.



“Ten years have passed. Penelope is different now,” Carter said.


Brock doubted that. “Does she know about me?”


“That you’re a cyborg? Of course not. She hasn’t been told anything about the program or even that you’re the one who’s been assigned to her.”


“Yeah, spring it on her. That will go over well.” He could envision the tantrum, and, after she calmed down, the scheme she would devise to circumvent the decision. The last time he’d seen her, she’d been emerging from his quarters half-dressed, a triumphant smile tilting her lips. Shortly thereafter, two fellow agents had come to arrest him.


President Aaron had exonerated him, the transcripts from the investigation had been sealed, and he’d been offered reassignment. Instead, he’d taken a position with an anti-terrorist investigative organization. His unit got attacked; his fellow operatives had died. Carter, who’d been working with Cy-Ops all along, had swooped in and saved his ass.


“I’m not saying I’ll do it, but, hypothetically, if I had a computer meltdown and agreed, what would be my cover story? I couldn’t tag along as her bodyguard because that would unsettle the Xenians.”


Carter poured another shot of Cerinian brandy and downed it. He met Brock’s gaze dead-on. “You’d accompany Ambassador Aaron as her husband.”


“Oh, hell no!”


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Carol BristolCara Bristol continues to evolve, adding new subgenres of erotic romance to her repertoire. She has written spanking romance, contemporary romance, paranormal, and science fiction romance. No matter what the genre, one thing remains constant: her emphasis on character-driven seriously hot erotic stories with sizzling chemistry between the hero and heroine. Cara has lived many places in the United States, but currently lives in Missouri with her husband. She has two grown stepkids. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading and traveling.



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12 thoughts on “Blog Tour Feature: Stranded With The Cyborg

  1. I haven’t read a cyborg romance so far. In general i ahven’t read a lot of sci-fi romance, although I would like to read more. Although I would like to see more aliens that actually look like alines instead of human. The term cyborg reminds me of a book with a creepy cyborg, so it doesn’t immediately appeal to me, but I am assuming the cyborg in this book won’t be as creepy as that one.

    1. No, he’s not at all creepy. LOL. Brock is human, but has a computer chip in brain. In fact, the heroine doesn’t know he’s a cyborg.

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