Title: Chrysalis Corporation (Chrysalis Corporation #1)
Author Name & Publisher: T.A. Venedicktov (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: November 17, 2015 – 350 pgs
Together, they can change the rules of the galaxy and the definition of humanity.
When Damion Hawk is offered an opportunity to escape the destitute life of a miner on Mars and become an elite Alpha Fighter pilot, he jumps at the chance. Within the Chrysalis Corporation, Damion must learn to work with his Core—a man with computerized implants, no human emotions—and no rights. But unlike other Fighters, Damion can’t treat Core 47 as a tool. He sees 47 as more than a machine, and he’ll take deadly risks to help 47 find the humanity inside him.
Fighters and Cores are designed to work together and enhance each other’s strengths in defense of their employer. Damion and 47 will need each other’s support as suspicions about the all-powerful Chrysalis Corporation arise. Someone wants Damion and 47 gone, and they need to find out who and why while hiding 47’s growing emotions and the love forming between them. If they can succeed, they might save not only themselves, but all Cores enslaved by the Corporation.
I loved the world this author created in this book!
Damion a skilled pilot who was picked by a Core 47 that has been waiting for him for awhile. He only wants the best pilot and that is Damion. When you read this book it will explain how important a core is to a alpha fighter pilot.
Now there were parts of this book that did really drag for me but I am glad I kept going even though the ending… All I will say about the ending without giving away any spoilers is.. Why!!! No!! I need to know what happened!
Okay moving on lol. I really did like this story and these characters this author created. Yes even though there were parts that dragged I am so happy I kept going because by the end of this book I was hooked.
Now I can not wait to read the next book in this series to see what happens next with Damion and Core 47.
So all together I really liked this book!
I would recommend this book!