Nicole Austin – Scandalous

{March 19, 2008}  


In 2383, all the men on Earth are dead. The Anti-Male world government, convinced it was “God’s will”, has outlawed all research into re-creating males.

Working illegally, Randi Mayers, the world’s foremost sex-replacement designer, aims to create the closest thing to a real man the technology is capable of. William, the result of advanced nanite technology incorporated with DNA, is the ultimate “sex replacement” and everything Randi dreamed of. His sexual prowess leaves her breathless — and very, very satisfied.

But William is much more than a machine, dammit — he’s a man! As his “testing” continues and he demonstrates more and more human characteristics, they fall in love, but discovery and industrial espionage place them on a collision course with the Anti-Male faction, with dire results. 

Nic’s Recommendation: 

Hot and sexy from the first page to the last, Sexed Up is a great read. Sex, romance, conspiracy, emotion…it’s all in there. And talk about suspense, I was on the edge of my seat waiting to see how Sally was going to deliver a HEA, and she did so flawlessly. William is a great character, more human than many men I’ve met. Randi isn’t your typical lab geek, that’s for sure. Together they sizzle. 

Sexed Up is available from Ellora’s Cave Publishing. I highly recommend you check out the rest of Sally’s incredible books while you’re there!


Hiya, Nic! Thank you so much for the fantastic review. I’m really honored that you like Sexed Up!

You’re welcome, Sally. I got so involved in the book that I stopped writing until I finished. 😀

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