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Image of Virtually Hers

Low’s loyal fans will be thrilled to learn that the long-awaited second book in her Virtual super soldier spy trilogy has finally been released. While this book can stand alone, to get the true flavor of this unique story arc, it is advisable to read Virtually His first. Searingly sexy and filled with futuristic, cutting-edge technology, this book explores the sensuality of the mind as well as the body. Low is back and kicking major butt!

Having proved herself a uniquely valuable tool in asymmetrical counterintelligence, remote viewer and COS agent Helen “Hell” Roston is determined to prove that her anonymous trainer “Hades” is none other than legendary agent Jed McNeil. The serum and virtual-reality world that help Helen bilocate her mind for remote viewing has the side effect of creating both headaches and enhanced libido. The sensual battle between Helen and Jed threatens to be a distraction they can’t afford, for a rogue CIA faction is also using the serum and remote viewing — and threatening their mission. (SAMHAIN, Aug., 264 pp., $15.00)
Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith