Onboard a shuttle from Space Station Abaccas to Earth,
Mirasia ĎMiraí Carver finds herself in an unbelievable
situation when the small ship is stopped and boarded by
cyborgs. Earth history states that cyborgs were destroyed
over a generation ago, but one long look at the cyborg
leader and Mira is glad they survived.
The plan is to stop the shuttle and collect whatever
materials they can without consigning the humans to certain
death before reaching Earth. When Flint gets a look at Mira
he knows exactly what he wants to take off the shuttle.
Mira and Flint are quite willing to accept the desire and
instant connection they feel without question.
Unfortunately, itís the human emotions and cyborg rules that
continually trip up their burgeoning love.
Misunderstandings may rip this pair apart before they ever
get the chance to bond.
Opposites attract and passions explode in Burning Up
Flint. Miscommunication is what fuels Burning
Up Flint with love and understanding the key. Itís
right to sympathize with Miraís plight, but she comes off as
thoughtless to consequences at times while Flintís
dictatorship ways during lovemaking leaves me wondering how
Mira ever got excited. The main characters have chemistry,
but failed to connect with me at times. Burning Up
Flint is original and intriguing and even though I
didnít always understand them, I still enjoyed the story and
Iím looking forward to reading book two.