City of Tears by Cyndi Friberg
(Beyond Ontariese)

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Beyond Ontariese, Book Three: Commander Lyrik cet Barrel must determine if the genetically engineered,cybernetically enhanced woman is too dangerous to live. His immediate and passionate attraction to the subject of his study isn't making his assignment any easier. She might be the biggest threat Ontariese has ever faced or an invaluable ally in the conflict waiting them.

Saebin is battling for control over the neuro-stimulators and munitions implants that have changed her into a ruthless assassin. She has never known kindness and doesn't trust the virile male she encounters as she awakens from stasis. He stirs desires she doesn't understand and longings she can't ignore. He insists she's been rescued not captured by an enemy. But Saebin has never known anything but captivity.

Note to Readers: This book contains detailed descriptions of sizzling passion only suitable for mature readers.

From Cyndi: As with all my books, City of Tears refuses to be labeled. It's part futuristic romance,part scifi adventure, and part space opera. Strong paranormal elements enrich rather than distract from the love story. At least that's my intention. Despite Saebin's cybernetic enhancements, she is one of the most human characters I've ever written.  And Lyrik not only faces the challenges Saebin brings into his life, he has the impossible task of living up to the Overlord's, aka his father's, expectations. Each book in this series can be read as a standalone, but connecting plot threads and common characters make the experience richer if they are read in order. Enjoy!

About Cyndi Friberg

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Anything-but-Ordinary is Cyndi's creed and her writing reflects her dedication to the concept. She writes in a variety of genres, but she seems happiest in outer space. Her books have been nominated for The Romance Studio's CAPA award, and named Best Fantasy/Science Fiction Romance of the year by Romance Reviews Today. She lives in Colorado with her high school sweetheart turned husband of many years. With a pampered cat curled on the corner of her desk, she dreams of fascinating words and larger than life adventures -- and wouldn't have it any other way!
Published September 29, 2012 by Anything-but-Ordinary Publishing. 264 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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