**Review** Dustwalker – Tiffany Roberts

40581096

A SYNTH SEARCHING FOR PURPOSE…

Walk. Scavenge. Destroy. Trade. A simple cycle that’s suited Ronin for one hundred and eighty-five years. With no clear grasp of his programming, the barren wasteland known as The Dust offers him purpose, a place where his armored undercasing, amped-up processors, and advanced optics can be put to use. The ramshackle towns on the edges of the waste serve merely as resupply stations between increasingly long treks. But one night — one human woman — makes him question everything.

A WOMAN WHO BRINGS HIM TO LIFE…

Lara Brooks struggles to survive under the strict rules imposed by the bots in Cheyenne. With her sister missing, she’s been on her own for weeks, and fears the worst. Her only hope comes from Ronin, a bot she catches spying on her. He promises to provide for Lara and search for her sister. All she has to do is dance. It should be easy; she’s done it before. But the longer she spends with Ronin, the harder it is to see him as just another bot.

A SANCTUARY HIDING DARK SECRETS…

In a city where humans are relegated to live in squalor, Ronin discovers a threat greater than any in the Dust — Warlord, Cheyenne’s tyrannical leader. When Ronin ignores the rules, he unwittingly puts Lara in danger. Warlord is as intolerant of disrespect as he is of mankind.

$3.99 or FREE on Kindle Unlimited

 

NANCY VANSPUNKY’S REVIEW

I’m a huge fan of Tiffany Roberts’ books. I finally got around to reading Dustwalker and… WOW! Wrecked. Lara Brooks has survived two decades in the dust. Scavenging and starving is about all she knows. Ronin is a cyborg (bot) that has been wandering the dust for well over a century. A chance encounter clashes Ronin and Lara together. Ronin is interested in Lara, but doesn’t know why. Lara goes with Ronin for safety and to appease her hunger. In a world full of prejudice and evil, these two make time stand still. There’s so much inside this story that I can’t even begin to express the depth of it. This is a must-read for anyone who loves Cyborg romance. I shed tears and celebrated Ronin and Lara’s small triumphs. I definitely have a book hangover after this one! 5 stars!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s