A human machine that follows her every order.
Jessa is an officer on Lyra tasked with guarding the space station. She's professional with her Bio-mech partner, following procedure and keeping her lustful thoughts to herself. It's easy enough to do, knowing that the Bio-mech units, or cyborgs, aren't endowed with human reproductive organs.
MCK-397, or "Mack", as Jessa calls him, notices Jessa's arousal after they encounter a couple having a sexual liaison in the E Deck. When he goes to question his Bio-mech technician, Godfrey, he comes away from the meeting with certain upgrades and enhancements. Now his feelings for Jessa are anything but professional.
Soon it becomes clear that their feelings for each other will interfere with their working relationship.
But can a human and a cyborg actually fall in love?
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No to the Narrator
I loved the concept of this romantic scifi short. I even felt it was told well. HOWEVER, this narrator is trash. What in the world is with the voices she makes for males. Please stop and never do it again. It takes a person out of the story. None of the voices are that good, but you can get over the female ones she does better. That odd throat speak she does for the guys though...bad just bad. Good story terrible narrator.
- Lover of books
Narrator sounds robotic...
The narrator sounds like to robot yet the voices for the cyborg sound more human... overall the story was good.