Book 5 in the Cyborg Seduction series.
Jill has learned the hard way that men can’t be trusted and sex only causes pain. In the lawlessness of space, women are a sexual commodity - to be used and abused. She’s doing a man’s job, with only her father’s brutal reputation and three androids to help keep her alive when she sees a massive, handsome cyborg chained to a freight table. The abusive crew plans to sell him to fight in gruesome death matches.
It’s stupid, it’s insane, but Jill can’t leave him to such a horrible fate.
Coal has survived being a captive breeding slave and irreversible damage to his cyborg implants, but his honor is still intact. He’s grateful Jill saved him and he’ll repay her the only way he can. He’ll fix her - with his mouth, his hands and his body. He can teach the little human just how much pleasure she’s capable of feeling.
When Jill, a space trader in a male-dominated business, finds Coal, an abused cyborg breeding slave with irreversible damage, she takes pity on him and gives him refuge on her ship. But Jill is damaged, too: In space, women have few rights, a fact her abusive ex-husband made clear. A grateful Coal decides to repay Jill by "fixing" her - with physical pleasure. Mindy Kennedy's cool, silky performance in Stealing Coal brings a sensuality to this explicit story of tender, sexual healing between a cyborg and a human.
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Good, to a point
- Irene M. Timm
Coal's big Heart learned to love and trust :)
Stealing Coal is a terrific addition to the Cyborg Seduction series, which just keeps getting better! Laurann Dohner had me hooked right from the first paragraph of the first chapter. Before I knew it I was was lost in the romance, the passion, drama and adventure. There’s never a dull moment for space trader Captain Jill and her three android sidekicks, and today is no exception. She sticks her neck out, against her better judgment, to save a handsome cyborg male from further torture and abuse.
For her own safety, Jill keeps the cyborg, Coal, a prisoner aboard her ship, despite his insistence that he can be trusted not to harm her. She has learned from past experiences that women are not always treated as well as they should be by men. Coal, like Jill, has had his own traumas and demons to deal with, after having been brutally treated by women cyborgs and kept as a breeder slave. So they are both mistrustful of the other's motives, until forced to cooperate during an emergency. When Coal offers her the one skill he has as a means to repay her for helping him, Jill is understandingly apprehensive. But with reluctant surrender comes an outcome neither could have predicted. And both are left shaken when his ‘gift of pleasure’ tenderly given to help and heal, is generously, if at first tentatively, reciprocated.