- File Size: 1277 KB
- Print Length: 128 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Malfunction Erotica (April 27, 2014)
- Publication Date: April 27, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00K02EM8O
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #797,237 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Exchange Part 1 (Project Sapphire) Kindle Edition
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Alright now that, that’s all cleared up lets dive in.
The Exchange doesn’t take place too far in the future despite the content of the story and technology being ridiculously advanced. Part 1 is told through the POV of the male protagonist Maxwell Landon code name, finger lickin’ good wipe the drool of your face, Deimos. He is a well-oiled killing machine sent on a mission to escort Magdalena Heaton who in reality is deceased, yes I said deceased, killed in an accident. Magdalena really is just a vessel for a self-learning and self-evolving artificial intelligence named Sapphire. Built by a remarkable scientist whom she views as her father, her creation was commissioned by the real Magdalena’s biological father in an attempt to save his daughter’s life. Confusing? Slightly yes but stay with me here cause it gets better and all the more intriguing, because there are people after Sapphire. People who want to harvest her capability and use it for their own benefit. She is not safe and Deimos is intent on protecting her if it’s the last thing he does.
Now Deimos is a force to be reckoned with, built to destroy with a good portion of his body made up of bionic parts; he is fierce, raw, powerful, and sexy as all hell.Read more ›
Until he meets his assignment, the resurrected dead daughter of a very powerful man turned into a bionic woman. But it turns out Ms Heaton isn't really Ms Heaton but an 'Artificial Intelligence' known as Sapphire.
Things start going wrong from the moment they meet. Well, I say wrong because Sapphire is not what Deimos expects and then of course there are those who want to acquire Sapphire for their own purposes.
I enjoyed this story. An action adventure story is right up my alley and I do occasionally read Science fiction. Reading this from Deimos' perspective also makes for a funny read at times. However I do have a beef with him. For a man who compared himself to James Bond, he spent way too much time over-analysing everything including his emotional responses to Sapphire and after a while it got a bit old. I was screaming "just get on with it!" A man who's supposed to be so good at his job shouldn't spend too much time thinking and too little time actually doing. Just saying.
On the whole I love the action, the suspense and the love scene when it eventually happened sizzled. This story ends with a cliff-hanger but since this is marked as part one, I expected it.
Do I recommend this? Yeah!
Will I read this author again? Yeah! Roll on part two.
This little novella was exactly what I needed right now. I feel like I've been in a book funk and I craved something different! I craved action, attraction and angst. I craved a kick butt sci-fi to pull me from my funk. I craved a hero and heroine that can handle their own stuff in a very Chuck Norris way then wrap it all up in a hot sexy bow. The Exchange delivered exactly what I was craving.
There was some situational humor in here and it worked really well. You have your hulking hero, Deimos and your young, tiny and petite Sapphire who can take Deimos down with just a look. Seriously, she has some major voodoo poonanny going on and Deimos hasn't even touched her yet. Deimos is ready to hand her the world and she has done absolutely nothing but exist.
Deimos is a little older than Sapphire and he is struggling with that fact at first, but quickly gets over it when he smells competition near. It's like a pissing contest and Deimos is the only one who's playing. His "inner conqueror-slash-protector is fully activated." Deimos' systems are failing because all the blood in his body is rushing to his penis!
Now, for the couple of things that I didn't care for. First let me just point out that I'm not and never will be an English major and I never critique on grammar or misspelled words or anything like that in my reviews. I'm practically an idiot when it comes to that stuff. So what I am about to say is my personal opinion and how I felt when I was reading. Ok, here it goes... I think there are too many incomplete sentences. There I said it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ill start off letting you know I was iffie about reading this book. It didn't sound like my kind of book at all! (Bionic body parts...say WHA?)
BOY, was I WRONG! Read more
Deimos and Sapphire are two people who long to know what it is like to be human. Not to have to worry about doing what they were engineered or programmed to do. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Emily *Literary Gossip*
If you love Scifi this is definitely one for you to pick up. The Exchange is a fresh new look to the world of Scifi, I picked this one because it seemed very unique based off of... Read morePublished on July 29, 2014 by Sue-ellen B. Robertson (GirlyGirlBookReviews)
This is a story about a billionaire's daughter, Magdalena. She is fatally wounded in a car crash, but instead of letting his little girl go, Lei Heaton decides to have her... Read morePublished on July 1, 2014 by Laura L. Davidson
Oh my goodness. Im not one for the sci-fi type story, but I promised N. Isabelle I would give it a try. I can tell you without a doubt its an awesome read. Read morePublished on June 17, 2014 by Dawn
I know normally anything with the hint of Syfy I always want to run the other way running, but this author knew how to keep me hooked and keep me reading the wonderful story that... Read morePublished on June 12, 2014 by Johnnie-Marie Howard
I was given a copy of "The Exchange" by author N. Isabelle Blanco in exchange for an honest review as well as participating in the MaE virtual book tour. Read morePublished on June 6, 2014 by Ccbilbo
I struggled with this read in the beginning but the synopsis grabbed me so I decided to start again and boy am I glad I did! Read morePublished on June 5, 2014 by UIBB
Who knew that biometrics was hot?! I didn't until I read the exchange. Alpha men fighting instincts while lust and attractions win over. Read more