Accepting herself when much of her is cybernetic is Ella’s never-ending struggle.
When she’s captured by Torgeir, an alien, mercenary ex-lordship, she prays her struggle is over. He knows what she is and still wants her.
But there are cracks in the mirror...
Strange things are growing.
A lunatic wants to make her his princess, after he modifies her.
What happened to this girl who was, once upon a time, a perfect human being?
Can even her beloved Torgeir love a girl who is nothing like she should be?
The crunch of revelation is coming and this is one cyber-girl who doesn’t like being kept in the dark.
Warning: Kinkiness, capture fantasy, rope bondage, and one weird critter/ pet rock called Mimi.
Ella started out human, like you and me, but when the Bak Lal tried to invade Earth, somehow Ella got caught up and irrevocably changed. Now she is off world, working with traders but her memory of her life before is completely gone. Not only that but she hides an even bigger secret; in order to save her life, physicians made her part cyborg. Unfortunately for Ella, customs on this strange new world mean she ends up being captured and considered a slave!
Ella is no fool and using her head, she manages to convince the mercenary, Torgeir, to help her. So far, so good and Ella is on her way back to her ship but there's something about her very few know and it's about to get her into even more trouble. What of Torgeir though? Can he allow the beautiful Ella to completely slip away or will he follow the ancient customs of his people and want to claim her for his own?
Ms Silverwood has taken her readers on a wild adventure with this book. I loved that she finally got to stretch her Sci-Fi muscles (so to speak) and give us a story rich in technology and rife with completely insane but amazing possibilities. If you are looking for a futuristic story then Cyberella will tick all your boxes.
However as it’s Ms Silverwood, it's not a dry tale; no, it's also an erotic romance with a slight touch of kink that's playful but never demeaning. This couple clearly complete each other in oh so many ways; but Ella struggles to believe that Torgeir will still want her once he learns just what lies beneath her new skin. Add in an assortment of interesting supporting characters with a unique patois and then of course, a rather unusual pet rock! Trust me you will read this and want a Mimi of your own.
Bottom line though is, Cyberella went in directions both unexpected and at times sad. I loved the end with its message of hope and I sincerely hope Ms Silverwood gets inspired to write more in this universe.