Friday, April 5, 2013

Virtually Hers ( Virtually #2 ) by Gennita Low

Virtually Hers by Gennita Low

He can't get her out of his head...literally.

Virtually, Book 2

In Helen "Hell" Roston's elite black ops world, failure isn't listed as an option in the rule book. As the leading guinea pig in a dangerous combination of virtual reality training and a mind-altering serum, though, every day offers a thousand ways to blow it. And the very real sexual chemistry that sizzles between Hell and her trainer is messing with her head even more.

COS Commando Jed McNeil is an expert in mind manipulation games. He's been chosen to be Hell's monitor and anchor in the Super Soldier Spy program. Trained to compartmentalize his needs and feelings in an assignment, he's unprepared by how much Hell affects him.

When the experimental serum gives Helen incapacitating headaches, her pain throws Jed into protect-at-all-costs mode. A position the fiercely independent Hell would rather die than be in. But with a rogue CIA faction out to sabotage the program, Hell has no choice--even if it makes her head explode. It's trust Jed, or die.




The first chapter is a quick recap from all that happen in Book 1 Virtually His right until Helen gasps at her computer and found out who is her mysterious handler. Okay, is Jed McNeil. I never would have guess is him, because he appeared quite late in book 1. No, he was there from the beginning, but often referred as 'the man'.

Now Helen finally found out who is this guy who kept seducing her in the virtual reality and she wanted to confront him and make him admit it on her face. Is interesting to see how things panned out for them because he is been keeping the secret for so long.

The plot about Agent 51 is again beyond confusing from Book 1 and I already gave up reading about it. I speed through it and just read what happen between Helen and Jed. There isn't any declaration of love obviously. They are just two people being attracted to each other. The story ended in the cliffhanger, but since I'm not that invested in the story, is okay that the next book is still haven't out after so many years.