True love isn't a cake-walk when your girlfriend's a cyborg!The timing couldn't be worse for Jay to take her relationship with Tyler to the next level--especially when her idea of "the next level" proves to be vastly different to Tyler's. Building a life together and adapting to each other's quirks is challenging enough without the secrets they're keeping blowing up in theTrue love isn't a cake-walk when your girlfriend's a cyborg!The timing couldn't be worse for Jay to take her relationship with Tyler to the next level--especially when her idea of "the next level" proves to be vastly different to Tyler's. Building a life together and adapting to each other's quirks is challenging enough without the secrets they're keeping blowing up in their faces. Their relationship is tearing Tyler's family apart. Worse, the ex-girlfriend from hell shows up on their doorstep, destitute and desperate for a place to stay until she sorts out the latest hot mess she's embroiled in.Jay's not exactly thrilled about Tyler's ex turning up out of the blue, but it's better to keep your enemies close, right? Sure enough, the ex has an agenda. But discovering who is manipulating her behind the scenes isn't easy, even for a super-smart computer-savvy cyborg.Then a vulnerable member of Tyler's family is threatened, forcing Jay to confront a ghost from her past who'll stop at nothing to destroy her. And this time, the weapon he's chosen to take Jay out with really could be the death of her....
|Title||:||Freaks in the City|
|Number of Pages||:||577 Pages|
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Freaks in the City Reviews
I love Freaks. I love Jay. Tyler is... okay -- just as before. I was very excited to delve into their world again and see how far Jay can develop, and was satisfied at seeing her confusion and still analytical self when she starts getting butterflies in her tummy and fuzzy headed in Tyler's presence.In this book, however, I don't think the antagonist is scary enough. Sure, this may be a case of middle book syndrome but I never felt Sixer to be a threat, except when seeing Nessa's reaction to him (which was great -- I really felt her anxiety.) He was more of a minor annoyance to Jay. His goal didn't affect Jay in a negative manner and the way Caine was (apparently) killed a big downer. I'm hoping he'll come back with a vengeance because being killed offstage and reported in the news is a rather lame way to go considering how fearsome he was in book 1. I'm also a little surprised Caine would be so lazy as to let another cyborg gain sentience and disobey his command given Jay's history.I tend to dwell on the negatives too much. This book was hard to put down, even with my short attention span. I'm not a fan of romance and yet Jay and Tyler's relationship made me melt a little on the inside. Jay remains as bad ass as ever and ever so genuine it makes it hard for one to be mad at her, at all. Slightly less exciting compared to how great the first book was, but still a lovely read.
I loved this series. I think Jay is sooo funny and bad ass. And the new cyborg guy. This is a great series and I can't wait for book 3!
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