June 8, 2007
Rating: 4 cups
Chelsea Dawson has loved her boss for years. As much as she supports his research in cloning and respects his intelligence, she wonders just what it is going to take for him to see that she loves all of him, not just his mind.
Dr. David Isosceles McAllister has been obsessed for ten years with proving that his cloning and cyborg theories are on target. While he is very attracted to Chelsea, he is so focused on revenge on his former employer and co-workers, he does not allow himself the luxury of a relationship with her.
When David finally figures out what was needed to make his clone cyborg work, he is ecstatic. Chelsea however, is chafing under his perceived disregard and is certain that like all the others this clone cyborg will pop, fizz, and sizzle out quickly without ever opening its eyes. However, when David flips the switch this time it is different, and he names his creation Adam. Will Chelsea be able to use Adam to get David to open his eyes and see what is right in front of him?
Isosceles Triangle is a riveting scifi read that addresses some very real possibilities for the future of science. It poses the question of “Just because we can do something, does it mean we should?” Chelsea’s inner turmoil is very well written and you can practically hear her top blowing off at the beginning of the book as her mind tries to figure out a way to get around the good doctor’s supposed disregard. I liked how Adam seemed to personify the emotions that David kept hidden, often even from himself. The sex is hotter than a firecracker. I look forward to more books from this author and highly recommend her.
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