Zone Cyborgs is a completed series of, you guessed it, cyborg romances. Taking place during a time of relative peace between Zone territory and the neighboring Brava System, follow a group of cybernetically enhanced men (and one woman) the government and military insist don’t exist.
Content warnings: abuse and addiction.
One stupid decision leaves Cressida stranded on Haven, an uninhabited planet on the edge of nowhere.
But it isn’t totally empty.
And Lukas, the cyborg living there in secret, is fascinated with her and has no intention of letting her leave.
Petty sabotage knocks Matthias’s freighter off-course to an uncharted moon, but before he can right his ship, a distress call lures him to its hidden compound and the beautiful woman trapped there.
Confined to a luxurious prison for years, enhanced until she’s a machine in a human body, Serena is desperate to escape, even if doing so could mean her death.
But if she’s going to die anyway, she may as well really live while she still has the chance.
To get her life back together, Valenna Merchant has to leave Echo-7. When the chance to escape to a remote military base on Omega-Three-Omega via a housekeeping job emerges, she takes it.
But nothing on the base is as it seems, including the cyborg, Anders kept in a giant water tank for research purposes. And when Valenna uncovers the real reason behind her job offer at the base, she realizes she has to escape or die trying.
And she’s taking Anders with her.
Cyborg Adam Johnston’s rescue and escape from Omega-Three-Omega didn’t come without devastating losses. Wanting to get his life back on track, he returns to his home world of Gamma-10 and his childhood sweetheart, Esme.
But a surprise is in store for him: Gamma-10 has been destroyed in his absence, and Esme is living in its ruins, raising the daughter he didn’t know he had.
After his rescue from Omega-Three-Omega’s illegal cybernetics facility, cyborg Jason Formosa longs for a simple, quiet way of living on his friends’ farm in the Brava System. His idyllic new life is interrupted when his rescuer, the mysterious Cecily Barris sweeps back into it with devastating news: he has a kill switch implanted in his head and there’s only one doctor who can deactivate it, who happens to be on the other side of the galaxy.
Cecily has her own reasons for wanting to see the doctor, too. But they fall by the wayside when she and Jason are attacked and chased through space.
Their unidentified pursuer knows who Cecily is. He knows what Jason is. And he’ll stop at nothing to catch them.
Brother Rordan came to at a monks’ temple with no memory of who he was or where he’d been, and he’s content to leave his forgotten life in the past. All that matters is his future as a monk in service to the all-knowing stars.
Dasha Caron crash-landing at his temple changes everything for him: she makes him question his beliefs and monk’s lifestyle. She also brings the devastating news that he’s really a cyborg, and he has a price on his head.