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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.
Warning: This book contains foul language, explicit sexual content, and violence and is intended for mature readers only.
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July 24, 2017
This is the most romantic cyborg novel I have ever read. And I have read 436 science fiction romance books in the past six years.
The husband-wife writing team of Tiffany Roberts has juxtaposed poetry of emotion with a decimated and dangerous post-apocalyptic world. Their talent at taking an unfe...
August 09, 2017
5 Amo ergo sum: I need a Ronin in my life stars
I am not sure I can write the review this book deserves at the moment. Too many distractions, and I need to switch off a bit actually. The problem is, I loved this little thing with a fierceness I didn't expect, and it hurt so much when I finished i...
July 24, 2017
I recently wrote a mini review for Tiffany Robert’s Dustwalker. I didn’t do it justice. The novel’s love story reached out an grabbed my heart. It remains there, firmly entrenched. It’s that good.
Unlike so many dystopian novels, Dustwalker is filled with hope, as well as with characters I’d love...
July 18, 2017
Humanity had to do it. We had to have artificial intelligence, robots and the like to make our lives “better.” What happens when our own creations become our own worst nightmares? Does humanity become obsolete, a burden? What happened after The Dark?
The dynamic writing duo that make up Tiffany Ro...
August 06, 2017
I have read several books by Tiffany Roberts (Tiffany Roberts is the pseudonym for Tiffany and Robert Freund) and they were all good stories and entertaining mostly 4 Star reading but the duo has hit it out of the park with this one.
I was concerned after reading a few chapters that this was going...
July 24, 2017
I voluntarily received an ARC of Dustwalker in exchange for an honest review. Every so often a book will touch me on such a fundamental level that it will break me down to a sobbing mess. I am not talking a little tear here or there, I am talking big bawling, snotty mess. By the end, that is w...
September 20, 2017
One of the most used plots in romances is the worldly guy falling for the destitute girl. I have grown tired of that story because the rich guy is usually an overprotective jealous jerk and the woman is vibrant and incredibly beautiful yet no one else but our hero sees it. So I was very s...
August 08, 2017
4.5 bittersweet stars!
Uhmmm yeah, so these wonderful authors gave me this wonderful book to read and review. I realize now that it's been close to a month since release...SORRYYY!!
I'll start off by saying that humanoid robots have never been a thing I care for because I always had a problem buyin...
October 05, 2017
Dustwalker is an apocalyptic tale set in a time after the world was devastated by nuclear war. The earth is mostly a wasteland now; covered in mounds of dust and pockets of active radiation with only small sections of land where humans and robots/cyborgs/synths dwell. The main setting is Ch...
July 31, 2017
4.5 stars rounded up to 5. I really enjoyed this book from a new-to-me-author. I hope Ms. Roberts plans to write more stories set in this world.