USA Today bestselling author Cara Bristol has been the no. 1
best seller in science fiction romance, bdsm erotica, and holiday fiction on
Amazon. She’s the author of two science fiction romance series featuring tough
alpha heroes: the Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance cyborg series and the Breeder science
fiction romance series, which emphasize character-driven stories written with a
touch of humor and sizzling chemistry between the hero and heroine. Cara lives
in Missouri with her own alpha hero, her husband.

About Claimed by the Cyborg

Genre Science fiction romance
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
March Fellows assumed he had all the time in the galaxy to
pursue a relationship with Jules, an alien exchange student from Xenia, until
she vanished without a trace. After years of searching, he finds his lost love
on the eve of her arranged marriage.
The daughter of the Xenian emperor, Julietta never meant to
fall in love with a Terran man while visiting Earth. Leaving to fulfill her
responsibilities on her home planet opened up a hole in her heart that could
never be filled. When March, now a cyborg, unexpectedly shows up just before
she is to be bonded, she struggles to find the courage to turn him away a
second time and follow through with her duty.
Before she can act, the lovers are thrust into a political conspiracy
that threatens the Xenian empire and their lives.

Introducing March Fellows

Age: 32
Gender: Male
Birthplace: Terra
Profession: Field agent, Cyber Operations
Ethnicity/Species (if not human): Cyborg
Describe your body and build, skin tone, height and weight. Include
any unique features such as dimples, freckles, or scars.
Tall, dark hair and eyes. Nano-infused muscles.
Cyber-modified human body.
Please tell us a
little about yourself.
I used to be a university professor. While on sabbatical off
planet, my research team was attacked by terrorists, and I was critically
injured in the bombing. I was rushed to a Cybermed facility. The transformation
to cyborg saved my life. I worked as a field agent for Cyber Operations for
many years before going to work for Moonbeam Remanufacturing, a secret
spacecraft factory. But after what happened on Xenia, I’m going back to work
for Cy-Ops.
Are you book-smart, self-taught,
I have a doctorate. But being a field agent for Cyber
Operations you see a side to the galaxy that most people never do. Frankly, it’s
not pretty. And I’ve had to make some tough decisions and choices. In my former
line of work, I’ve had to terminate combatants. Does that make me experienced?
On what special skills
do you rely?
I’m a cyborg. I’m larger, stronger and faster than the
average Terran male. I have a computer processor embedded between my brain
hemispheres, enabling me to hack into most computer systems and spaceships. I
can communicate telepathically with other cyborgs. Unfortunately, all my
specialized computer skills didn’t help much in my search to find Jules. She
vanished without a trace.
Do you see morality as
black-and-white, or with shades of gray?
Most things do fall into a gray area, but of course, there
is black and white, also. Some things are clearly wrong. The Association of the
Planets cautions against judgment, but I’ve seen many strange customs that ruin
people’s lives. Like Xenian arranged marriages. They have a seer who matches
couples. Xenians don’t even meet their mates until they marry. If they happen
to fall in love with someone else, well, too bad. How can a custom like that
benefit people?
If someone from your past
showed up, who would you most want it to be, and why?
Jules. She’s the one
I’ve been searching for eight years. I met her at the university. She was an
alien exchange student from Xenia. We were in love—at least I was—then she
disappeared in the middle of the night without any hint or warning. I’ve never
been able to forget her. I just want to know that she’s okay.
Can you keep a secret?
Why or why not?
My entire life is one big secret. The cyborg project was
classified. For the longest time I couldn’t tell people I was a cyborg. Cy-Ops
still operates off the grid, and Moonbeam, the spacecraft factory I work for is
located at a cloaked facility. Secrecy has become second nature to me. It’s
actually hard for me to open up.
If you could make any
one thing happen, what would it be?
I would find Jules. I want to know what happened to her. If
she’s okay.
How do you handle challenges?
By facing them head-on. A cyborg never gives up.
What would you like
people who hear your story to know?
I’m innocent. I didn’t do it. I was framed.

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