Review: Aramus by Eve Langlais (@mlsimmons, @EveLanglais)

Posted July 10, 2016 by Melanie in Melanie, Reviews, Science Fiction / 28 Comments


Review: Aramus by Eve Langlais (@mlsimmons, @EveLanglais)
Aramus by Eve Langlais
Series: Cyborgs: More Than Machines #4
Published by Indie
Published on: September 23, 2013
Genres: Science Fiction
Pages: 211
Format: eBook
Source: Library
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Wiping out humanity is his number one objective—until he meets her.

Aramus has no patience or sympathy for the excuses humanity uses to hunt cyborgs down and eradicate them. He’s put up with too much at their hands to ever forgive and forget. But all that changes when he rescues a fragile human doctor who refuses to see him as a machine. She teaches him that perhaps not all emotions are a weakness and that love can make even a cynical cyborg like him stronger.

And for those who’d mock his change of view or threaten his female? Go ahead. His iron knuckles could use some exercise.

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I was excited to be back in the world of the cyborgs. We have Aramus, who is yet another cyborg male who dislikes the weakness of human emotions. He really hates humans. The cyborgs are sent to investigate a secret base only to find some truly horrible things. And the humans thing the cyborgs are heartless. There are a group of humans who are being held captive as they help with scientific research. They also find Avion who has been MIA for a while, but he is not what he used to be.

You knew it was going to happen. As I was reading these books, Aramus’s hatred towards humans, I knew he was going to be the first of the cyborgs to hook up with a human. Up until this point, they have found women cyborgs, as rare as they are, but I just knew he was going to be teamed up with a human. It was fun to watch him fight his instincts as much as he liked her. The doctor’s response was even better.

MJ shrugged. “So you find her cute. I don’t see the problem.”
Was MJ truly dense? Aramus spelled it out for him. “The problem is I desire her.”
“Easy solution then; screw her.”
“Screw her? That’s your remedy? Screw her?”
“Well, you said that masterbating didn’t work.”
“It didn’t.”
“So, do what your body wants and get back to normal. Have sex.”
“But I don’t want to have sex with her.” He was such a liar.
“Buy you just said–”
“I know what I fucking said. However, I don’t want to. I hate humans.”
“Not that one.”
“All of them.”

After more arguing:

“No. As your chief medical officer, I command you to obey. Fuck the human.”

Have you ever seen a man that needed so much convincing to have sex with a woman he found attractive?

Anyway, it was another cute story. There is betrayal (not by either of our main players here, but by someone else). We learn more about Seth who went MIA in the previous book. There were the great one-liners I’ve come to expect from an Eve Langlais book. If you’re looking for a cute, fun, laugh out loud read, I highly recommend anything by Eve Langlais. Her books are always great for a laugh.

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I’m Melanie and I live in Ohio. I have two horses and a dog. I’m an animal lover, avid book reader and audiobook listener. I like to live vicariously through fictional characters. I enjoy reading and listening to mostly fictional books in the paranormal genre, including Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance and Horror. My favorite paranormal creatures are shifters, doesn’t matter the flavor.

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28 responses to “Review: Aramus by Eve Langlais (@mlsimmons, @EveLanglais)

  1. This sounds interesting. In my mind, I associate Eve Langlais with shifter books. I have yet to read anything by her. I’m in more of a sci-fi phase and sort of off shifters and vampires phase except for series I’m already reading. Yeah, I’m in a weird, picky book mood. Luckily, there are so many books I want to read, it’s not a problem. This sounds like a reasonable fit for my mood. And humor is always good. I have to wait until after NOLAStorycon since I need to read those authors this next month or so. Anne

  2. One of these days I’m going to pick up an Eve Langlais book and devour it! Ha yeah it’s always the one who protests much that ends up having to bite the bullet and take one for the team lol.

  3. LOL I loved those quotes, Melanie. Nope, I don’t believe I’ve ever heard of a male needing so much convincing to have sex. 😉 I’m glad this was a worthy installment in the series. Sounds like Langlais injected her signature humor. I really need to jump into this series!