Battle Harem 2

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#ad - He has joined forces with five Mind Refurb women. Technically, he's what is known as a Mind Refurb: a human mind trapped in the body of a machine. Ten thousand alien invaders. Alien rifts are opening throughout Earth's uninhabited zone. They're hot as sin in Virtual Reality and deadly as hell in the real world.

One man. War is afoot. And now he's their commander. All of the women bring their own unique abilities to the table. Bokerov is testing his defenses. Together, they have the potential to be unstoppable. The rogue ai Bokerov is stepping up his guerrilla assaults. But thanks to a virtual reality simulation running within his AI core, sometimes he even feels human.

Battle Harem 2 #ad - If only they didn't have that pesky thing called human emotions to hamper them. And jason is still trying to come to terms with his unexpected new role as the commander of a battle harem. He was just a geek who decided to have his mind scanned, only to wake up inside a war machine in the middle of the uninhabited zone.

Jason knows it's only a matter of time until a full-blown attack comes, and he has the team working 24/7 to fortify their base. The question is: will it be enough? and more importantly, violence, lethal machines they were meant to be?Warning: This book contains bloodthirsty aliens, swearing, robot angst, will Jason be able to shut down their humanity long enough to get the team members to fight as the cold, and a harem full of beautiful machine women.

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Battle Harem 3

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#ad - No surprise there. And now he's paying the price. Can he pull the team together and overcome not only his demons, robot warfare, violence, can he save the team itself?Warning: This book contains diabolical aliens, but those of the War Forgers, in time to save humanity? And more importantly, swearing, and an ever-growing harem of beautiful machine women.

Drawn into a pitched battle with the invaders, Jason and his army are forced to retreat through a space-time rift to the alien homeworld. Jason made his choice. He joined the invading aliens to fight against humanity, if only temporarily. Unfortunately, the war forgers, his team of deadly female war machines, didn’t quite agree with that decision.

Battle Harem 3 #ad - There, surrounded by more powerful enemies than he has ever faced before, with his troops systematically captured and melted down for their spare parts, he faces his greatest challenge yet.

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Battle Harem

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#ad - All of them very hot. What could go wrong? Turns out, a lot. Jason wakes up in the middle of the radioactive wasteland that was created fifty years ago when aliens destroyed half the Earth. Not to mention deadly. Jason was a little short on creds so he decided to get his mind scanned. Along the way he encounters a few abandoned war machines that also have no memory of their mission, machines that can't decide whether they want to join him or kill him.

It seemed like a good idea at the time: get paid to license a copy of your mind for use in one of the numerous machines that run society. Whoops. Hunted by mutated alien bioweapons, Jason travels the wasteland in an attempt to piece together what happened. When jason and his new companions discover what they're truly capable of, however, everything changes.

Battle Harem #ad - And not necessarily for the better. Warning: this book contains bloodthirsty alien mutants, angry robots, swearing, violence, and a harem full of beautiful machine women. And very horny. Worst of all, he's no longer human: his consciousness has been installed into the AI core of a state-of-the-art war machine, a mech with enough firepower to raze a small city.

One would think the military wouldn't want to misplace something like that. It doesn't help that in VR they all look like super hot women.

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Redeemed Bolt Eaters Trilogy Book 3

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#ad - What do you do when the only way to escape is to destroy all of your friends, and everything you ever loved?Download the explosive conclusion to the Bolt Eater trilogy and find out. There is a small chance eric could break free of the alien control, but at a terrible price: because he is so intricately linked with the invading force, his freedom could lead to Earth’s final destruction.

One man’s final fight to save the machines that have become more human to him than flesh and blood. Trapped in his machine body, he has full conscious awareness but no actual control as he is forced to watch humankind enslaved at his own hands. Eric has been reprogrammed by the Banthar to lead the invasion against Earth.

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Reforged Bolt Eaters Trilogy Book 2

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#ad - It's just too bad they're all restrained aboard an otherworldly transport and scheduled for immediate disassembly. Betrayed by one of their own brothers. Trapped on an alien world. Struggling to survive. The mission was supposed to be easy. Travel to an alien world on the far side of the galaxy, do some recon, go home.

But the operation proved tougher than expected. A whole lot tougher. Eric and the bolt eaters have been taken prisoner by a former member of their platoon, a Mind Refurb who has sold out Earth to the aliens. Normally, eric and the platoon members wouldn't stand for such a blatant act of betrayal. Some days it really sucks to be a human-machine hybrid.

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Reactivated Bolt Eaters Trilogy Book 1

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#ad - He had two beautiful female companions, a platoon of war hero friends, and the entire floor of an apartment building to call his own. His consciousness resided inside the body of an advanced android. Piloting devastators, mechs equipped with enough firepower to take down a small army, Eric and his platoon are scouting the planet ahead of a planned human invasion.

When things start to go very wrong, eric begins to wonder if it will truly be humanity doing the invading, and the platoon finds itself cut off from support and surrounded by enemies on all sides, and not the aliens. Soon he and his platoon find themselves dispatched to an alien world. As an android, he expected that life to last a very long time.

Reactivated Bolt Eaters Trilogy Book 1 #ad - And then the army came knocking at his door again. Book one of a standalone military science fiction trilogy, Reactivated ends in a cliffhanger. He had paid his dues, having saved the world during his previous stint in the army, and now he could live out the rest of his life in peace and quiet. A platoon trapped on a faraway world.

Bloodthirsty aliens who will stop at nothing to bring humanity to its knees. Click now and start reading!Eric was happily retired. Book two, Reforged, is available now.

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Rebooted AI Reborn Trilogy Book 3

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#ad - Which is exactly why they’re sending in the Bolt Eaters: human minds implanted into the most powerful war machines ever created. Now the otherworldly mothership lingers in orbit, watching, waiting. The people of earth aren’t going to let those bastards strike first this time: the military has hatched a plan to destroy the alien vessel.

It probably won't work. As an added incentive to their success, the military has dangled the carrot of freedom: if the Bolt Eaters triumph, their psyches will be installed into civilian robots and given ownership of their mind backups. And again. To live as a man, he must die as a machine. Eric and the bolt eaters only just finished saving the world when the aliens decided to return.

Rebooted AI Reborn Trilogy Book 3 #ad - In fact, it’s a suicide mission. It’s a carrot eric doesn’t need: someone’s gotta save humanity. It might as well be him. If the platoon fails, they can simply be restored from backups and sent again.

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Reloaded AI Reborn Trilogy Book 2

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#ad - Assuming, of course, that they can overcome their inner demons and survive long enough to use it. Throw in a wildcard in the form of a rogue Russian AI that wants to slaughter them all, and the Bolt Eaters certainly have their work cut out for them. As the tensions between team members rise, the Bolt Eaters do the only thing they can do, and the odds worsen, the thing they were programmed to do.

. Robots with human minds. Alien bioweapons. One man's fight to retain his humanity. Eric never thought he'd live long enough to witness an alien invasion. He and his platoon, the bolt Eaters, now struggle to escape the clutches of the alien bioweapons that have a stranglehold on the planet. Right on the cusp of a visit from extraterrestrial invaders.

Reloaded AI Reborn Trilogy Book 2 #ad - He died 200 years ago. But then the army decided to revive him, implanting his consciousness into the AI core of an advanced military killing machine. They fight. Eventually the platoon makes a discovery that could change the course of the invasion. The team members grapple, too, with perhaps a bigger problem: their newly awakened emotions.

It's hard to be an effective killing machine when suddenly you've developed a conscience.

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Refurbished AI Reborn Trilogy Book 1

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#ad - Eric is soon thrust into an experimental army unit known as the Bolt Eaters, composed of fellow Mind Refurbs. He matters. And then he dies. He wakes up a couple of centuries later inside an advanced infantry robot whose AI core harbors his consciousness. Thrown into the latest cesspools of war and conflict across the world, the Bolt Eaters make short work of any opponents.

It's almost a cakewalk for the high-tech robots. His latest deployment is just about to end, when aliens decide to invade, stranding his unit in the middle of nowhere, and Eric is looking forward to spending the next few months exploring the different virtual reality worlds available to AIs like himself, cut off from all support.

Refurbished AI Reborn Trilogy Book 1 #ad - He has a job. He owns an apartment. Dead before thirty. Reborn as an AI at two hundred. Eric lives a normal life. That's right, but the lives of every man, utterly alien foe; a game whose stakes include not just their lives, played against a technologically superior, the feces has smashed right through the fan, woman, and now he must face the ultimate test with the machines he has come to know as brothers: a deadly game of cat and mouse, and child on the planet.

It's time to matter once more. A girlfriend. In industry parlance, he is what's known as a Mind Refurb.

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Forerunner AI Fleet Book 1

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#ad - They, too, have no memory of the events leading up to their current situation. And that any misstep means not only the loss of his fleet, but potentially the destruction of humanity itself. His mind had become its AI core. He is somewhere in deep space. Jain, thrust into a leadership role, soon learns that commanding a fleet of starships isn't all that different from leading a platoon of SEALs.

Evidence points to an attack by an unknown entity. He finds other damaged vessels in the vicinity and reactivates them. As he and his fleet explore their surroundings and slowly piece together what happened to them, they realize their attacker is not from any human system. Most of his systems are badly damaged.

Forerunner AI Fleet Book 1 #ad - . It helps that his database is chock-full of tactics and military strategies gleaned from every space battle humanity has ever fought. But one day that semi-comfortable, ordered life ended when he opened his eyes to find his body replaced by a starship. He was accustomed to order and discipline, which he used to give the men under his command that particular brand of killer instinct his unit was known for.

A fleet of warships operated by the digitized minds of former humans. An unknown enemy lurking in the dark of space. The one man who hopes to conquer them both.

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Devastator AI Fleet Book 2

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#ad - And then humanity came looking for them. Hunting them. Now they have no choice but to return. But what they find waiting for them in human territory will make them wish they'd never left their new home. Jain thought he'd never go back. Ten years had passed since he last had dealings with humans and their machines.

He'd built a base for himself and his Void Warriors around the barren moon of a gas giant, where they planned to live out their immortal days in peace. He was happy.

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