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Hard Wired (Cyberlove Book 3) by [Erickson, Megan, Hassell, Santino]
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Hard Wired (Cyberlove Book 3) Kindle Edition

4.4 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
Book 3 of 4 in Cyberlove (4 Book Series)

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3515 KB
  • Print Length: 232 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Megtino Press (13 Feb. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01N30MM0H
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #44,896 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This book can be read alone but I can't express enough that you really want to read the series as its incredible
The Cover - Damn 💜 the cover is amazing and a perfect fit for the story

Ok so... Hard Wired is Jesse and Ian's book
We meet Ian & Jesse in Strong Signal (book 1).. they are admins / moderators on one of the leads, Kai's gaming channel
We got little snippets of them on Kai's computer but never actually met them in person, but they were great characters and I was really excited to read their book

Ok... so as I've said Ian & Jesse both work on Kai's channel, but they have never met in person
They are both attending a gaming convention on Kai's behalf, so it will be the first time they will meet... and wow what a meeting, damn I could feel the sexual chemistry coming off the pages

From that point on I was gripped, I couldn't put the book down... I was dying to find out how everything would turn out...
And the story did not disappoint... freaking amazing 💜

I absolutely loved Jesse & Ian
I loved reading how they both worked through personal problems and struggles, how they made each other a stronger person... I really felt like they are perfect for each other... they are soul mates

I loved that we got to see all the guys from books 1 and 2... I really love those guys

I 💜 Kai & Garrett 😍 (swoon)

I have read books by both authors, so when I found out they were doing a series together I was so excited... I just knew they would be awesome
Individually these authors are very talented and write amazing books, but together they are absolutely flawless...
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I love the Hassell and Erickson team and I've enjoyed the Cyberlove series. But I have to admit this wasn't my favorite. I liked the characters and the story, but aspects of it made me uncomfortable.

Let me start with the good. The writing is stellar as always, the editing good (even for an ARC), the characters distinct, the sex hot, it's funny and I personally liked the easter eggs. Yep, all good. And honestly, the one big thing that bothered me might be me making a mountain out of a molehill, but it annoyed me. A lot.

(This might be a little spoilery, but it doesn't give the end away or anything.) One of the main characters' goals is to become an animator so that he can create his own art that brings attention to and increases the diversity in media. Yeah? It's a good goal. And I might have been able to look over how didactic some of it came across with the use of what I call hashtag terms (the ones you generally only see online or in book reviews talking about how authors have failed to include X or are guilty of shaming Y). Except that, well, both main characters are white. So are the parents, presumably the cousin/best friend, as it isn't stated otherwise, the adversary and both people who will obviously be the couple for the next book. Off hand, I can think of one person Ian spoke to that was described as having a bow in her afro and Garvy's co-worker was Filipino. That's it.

Of course, race isn't the only form of diversity and both characters are gay, they acknowledge the existence of bi-sexuality and one is neuro-atypical. But it still felt like an uncomfortable oversight. Perhaps someone will tell me I'm wrong or that it was actually meant to be illustrative, I don't know. But once I noticed it I couldn't not.
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Oh I was quite disappointed in this one and it makes me sad to write that. 3 stars for book 3. I've loved this series and particularly the last one but this one was just .... a bit blah for me. It was very angsty which I normally do like but this felt quite forced and there was a lot of unnecessary drama I felt. It was quite a depressing read too and in my opinion not enough light parts to bring it back up.

So Jesse and Ian are both mods for Kai (from books one) working under the names Garvy and Cherry, everyone assumes Cherry is a giggly young girl but is actually a tattooed self confessed Emo who draws fan art under the name Cerise - are you keeping up? Because I found all the different personalities and names for just two characters quite confusing at times.

Ian has had a crush on Jesse for ages through their online interactions but Jesse assuming Cherry is a girl doesn't realise when he first meets Ian at a gaming convention that he is actually Cherry AKA Ian. They spend some HOT time together before all is revealed at panel and Jesse lets his anger get the best of him.

A vast majority of this book is spent with the two MCs in different states but never fear they chat a lot and create some pretty hot phone sex. They both have issues to work through particularly Ian and they are learning to communicate and support each other through them.

I struggled with the chemistry between these two and I missed the snark and humour from the first two books. I'm trying to not make this review really negative as I love these authors and loved the rest of this series but I have to be honest and I just didn't really enjoy this one. Please give it a shot and I hope you enjoy it more than I did. Looking forward to reading the next book in this series!
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