Cyborg Fever - Grace Goodwin

Cyborg Fever

By Grace Goodwin

  • Release Date: 2018-04-10
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 74 Ratings


Warlord Anghar survives hell as a captive of the evil Hive. Convinced he will never break free, he chooses death over dishonor. When the Coalition ReCon Team sent to kill him frees him instead, he begins the long, tortuous journey back to a true Atlan, a warrior proud of his beast, of his service.

But no amount of honor, of bravery, or strength of will can save Angh from a life alone, banished with the other "contaminated" warriors on The Colony. And no amount of prayer to the gods will save him when the fever in his blood grows beyond his will to control - and the Atlan Mating Fever steals his final shards of belief.

Imprisoned, awaiting execution, one hope is left; a woman brave enough to tame his beast - and strong enough to fight the demons inside both his head and his heart. Because he may have escaped the Hive...but they aren't finished with him yet.


  • Another great beauty & the “beast”!

    By rcfmgiraffe
    I love ALL of Grace Goodwin’s Interstellar Bride series, but I’m partial to Atlan beast stories. Another great installment to the Colony series (but can be read alone w/o having to know the others). She usually has me on pins & needles trying to figure out how shes going to work out the drama/dilemma and creates such a story I finish it in less than a day. Then I am forced to reread past books while I wait on her next release!
  • Will Fate bring them together just to rip them apart?

    By Brightndays
    Cyborg Fever is the fifth book in Ms. Goodwin’s Interstellar Brides: The Colony Series. Kira is an instructor at the Coalition Academy, but is also a member of the Intelligence Core and human. When she sees Warlord Anghar fighting, she knows he’s something special and while she wants more than just a one night stand, that’s all she’s able to give. Until Angh’s mating fever begins, that is. Will fate bring them together and allow them to stay as mates or will their commitments and honor tear them apart? Holy smokes, this book was intense! The emotions felt really raw, both with their honor bound duties, but also their despair, their love, their passion, and their commitment to helping others as well as to each other! Kira was such a warrior, having her own set of rules and pride, but I loved how she submitted everything to Angh. Angh was the perfect Atlan male, loving, supportive, dominant, beastly... swoon worthy! Everything he does is with his mate in mind. I loved that this book picked up aspects of previous books, such as events and characters, but had new plot lines to add and I already can’t wait to read the next Interstellar Brides book! I highly recommend this book and series!
  • Angh the Atlan doesn’t disappoint!

    By Kelnal96
    I absolutely LOVED how Angh’s character was written. I’m a sucker for Atlan’s anyway, but he was extra special. I felt him, his struggle, his selflessness, his desire to be loved & give love in kind. There was one point in the story where I got a little choaked up, I just wanted to hug him. I kept thinking, this man has been through so this??? I also enjoyed how Kira is brought into his life, a little different than what us series regulars are use to, but I liked the slight change up. I don’t want to spoil anything for anyone so I’m not giving anything away, but I actually was worried this was going to swing another way and I kept saying ‘no, no, please no’. Grace is an incredibly descriptive storyteller who really puts depth in her characters. If you haven’t read the entire Interstellar Bride’s Series’s and it’s spin offs, you need to start at the beginning. Stories can be stand alone, but from the beginning you get to see the characters, how they move forward into other books. How their lives progress. How new characters are introduced and you get a tease of who is potentially going to have the next story in the series. Karter perhaps????Hummmmmm.... 😉 Thank you Grace for the BEST SERIES EVER!
  • Duty before happiness?

    By lauriheanue
    This book brought out all the feels. Laughter, tears, and everything in between. Can they have happiness for themselves, or should they put the lives of thousands of soldiers before the 2 of them? I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.