Adam 483 by Ruth D. Kerce
Man or Machine?

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Adam 483 feels more at ease in space than he did on Jenway Station. After coming face-to-face with his new boss, he's determined to serve not only as her personal security bot, but as her private eroti-bot. But he's harboring a secret, and he'll be killed if anyone discovers it. He needs her on his side as badly as he needs to be between her legs.

Captain Tyree Samou doesn't want a robot following her every move, even if he is sexier than most human males. And now the robot seems determined to get inside her uniform, too. Something about him intimidates her, draws her, and makes her crave being sexually dominated by him. She's never been so affected by a man, let alone a mere machine.

Adam takes Tyree through a sexual journey like nothing she's ever known, showing the commander the pleasures of submission and the power of trust. What he doesn't expect is to fall in love with Tyree, and he now realizes that she holds his future in her hands.


About Ruth D. Kerce

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Ruth D. Kerce got hooked on writing in the fifth grade when she won a short story contest--a romance, of course. And she's been writing romance ever since. She writes several subgenres of romance--historical, contemporary, and futuristic. Her books are available online in many internet bookstores. Her short stories and articles are available on several websites. She has won or placed in writing contests and hopes to continue to write exciting tales for years to come.
Published November 9, 2009 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 320 pages
Genres: Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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