4 out of 5 stars
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Cynthia and Dan: Cyber War by Dorothy May Mercer is a special novel that combines narratives on romance and cyber war. Relationship experiences and the development of a cyber war against the entire country's major internet hackers served as the basis for the author's narrative. Cynthia's relationship experiences and her contributions to the Fairfax private investigators on how to catch internet hackers using the experience she acquired from her security work in Senator Mike McBride's office were discussed here.
Cynthia, the protagonist in this storyline, is an intelligent and wise young lady who is devoted to her job description as the chief security officer and part-time receptionist for Senator Mike. She used her working experience as a security officer to assist her brother Glenn in his Fairfax private investigators, who specialized in creating a cyber war against internet hackers. Cynthia had been in an unfruitful relationship with Sergeant Dan Maclntyre that lasted three years. However, she developed feelings for Sky Eastman on their first date. Although she suspected that he might have been targeting Senator Mike McBride, her boss, and would have planned to use her to achieve the plan, she nevertheless resolved to marry him. What made Cynthia decide to marry Sky Eastman? Was the cyber war engagement useful for its purposes? Read this book to find out.
I developed so much interest in the book as it had lots of lessons to learn from it, and there were also what I considered to be its positive aspects, which I also love about it. The author gives an explicit and highly detailed story using simple English without any high vocabulary insertion, making it clearer and easier to understand by the reader. The author was able to make the story look real and amazingly spice it up with emotions like provocation, humor, and romance. The themes of this story include the cyber war against internet hackers; Cynthia and her relationship experiences; and Cynthia and her security services in a politician's office, Senator Mike.
This book is overloaded with lessons and discoveries. I realized that the outcome of a relationship is mainly determined by the impression created on the first date and at first sight rather than the duration of the relationship, as x-rayed by Cynthia's experiences with and her lovers. The book also introduces me to the usefulness of cyber war for every country facing challenges from internet hackers. I learned better means of building an effective and lasting relationship.
Despite the author's exceptional and beautiful work of art, the book contains some terms that I vehemently dislike and consider drawbacks as well as negative aspects of it. I also believe that some readers wouldn't like to read from the book either; such terms include "breast," "contraceptive pill," "pregnancy," "kiss," etc. As a result, I decided to remove a rating star from the book. The book contains a few profane words. The book was exceptionally well edited, and as such, it doesn't have typos or grammatical errors. I will give this book a rating of 4 out of 5 stars. Both fans of romance novels and those who are curious about cyberwar stories should pick up this book, which is my recommendation.
Cynthia and Dan
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