Gennita Low writes sexy military and techno spy-fi romance. She also co-owns a roof construction business and knows 600 ways to kill with roofing tools as well as yell at her workers in five languages. A three-time Golden Heart finalist, her first book, Into Danger, about a SEAL out-of-water, won the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Award for Best Romantic Intrigue. Besides her love for SEALs, she works with an Airborne Ranger who taught her all about mental toughness and physical endurance. Gennita lives in Florida with her mutant poms and one chubby squirrel.
Read about spy agencies whose deadly operatives kill and love with passion and humor! To learn more about Gennita, visit www.Gennita-Low.com, www.rooferauthor.blogspot.com and www.facebook.com/gennita
Gennita Low's "Virtually His" was fantastic. Any mention of confusion concerning the virtual reality occurring in the book is absurd. Ms. Low's transitions were superb and allowed the reader to easily follow the plot line. I was particularly impressed by the amount of detail and build up she was able to include while at the same time maintaining the reader's interest with interesting characters and high sexual tension. Seeing all the V-commandos that made appearances in her previous books together was a treat. For such a relatively new author, Low certainly is well versed in her ability to portray male camaraderie.
Elena, who is one of the main characters of the novel, is attempting to become the supersoldier spy by being taking part in testing of a new drug invented by the agency. It is a very dangerous project and she has to prove herself worthy of the privilege. She also has to work closely with her monitor for whom she has an undeniable attraction. However, in the beginning she doesn't get to know him in the flesh, just in the virtual reality that is such a huge part of her experiment. Hell (her nickname) is the perfect mix of contradictions. She is out going and self-confident and she can kick some serious butt. Her monitor is just like her. He breaks boundaries and darn near sets the book on fire with his sex appeal. Hell is obviously there for training but at the same time, the romance between her and the monitor is growing and Low drops hints that there is something more to her involvement with the experimental project.
Overall this was an awesome demonstration of Gennita's skills. It's fast paced and even though several characters from her past books made an appearance, it can be read as a stand alone. I can not wait until Virtually Hers, the second novel in the trilogy, is released and I wait with bated breath to discover how Hell will deal with her shocking discovery at the end of Virtually His.
I found this book good enought to merit multiple reads! I actually like it better than her previous two books, because it was so unsual and sensual! The technology was terrific and could be followed if you pay attention. I am even enjoying it more on the second read. Can't wait for the next installment! Why is it taking so long???
I enjoyed this book so much, and have been waiting forever for her next installment. This is a very detailed read, and for that reason, it was great for me as a 'getaway' book, but with enough info on the 'virtual reality' theme to definitely make it relevant to what is possible in the now, and the future. And it was steamy, to me at least. I definitely saw it as a romance. I also enjoy the strong, powerful, yet feminine women characters Ms. Low continues to deliver.
Please, please let me know when 'Virtually Hers' will come out. I like her style very much, and it reminds me of the Psy characters that Nalini Singh has been portraying..You probably would enjoy this most if you are into 'mind' games, strong men, AND strong women, but this series has so much potential. I will be greatly disappointed if it does not continue. Speaking of Mind Games, Christine Feehan's military series is great, too. As a former U.S. Marine myself, that happens to be into technology, this was a refreshing read. Please don't take some of these reviews seriously. Give it a try... You'll be pleasantly surprised -
Note: It works best if you start at the beginning of her series, though, as they all build on each other, and make more sense of what is going on. This is about book number 6.Also, Cherry Adair is a must read as well, as her books reference a team called 'T-FLAC', which has its own paranormal unit in 3 books..anyway, happy reading!!!
I was suprised at how good this book was. I usually read dark fantasy, vampire, werewolf and witchy kind of books so I was genuinely suprised to find that Gennita Low was a very engaging writer who definately weaves a good plot.
My favorite part? The mystery of who Hell's trainer was. I found myself guessing and unable to put the book down. The virtual reality stuff was very interesting. The only thing I didn't like were all the intials, I kept forgetting what they meant which was only a minor annoyance.
I liked this book well enough to go ahead and get book two of the series.
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Gennita Low has managed to create a most intriguing story that combines a bit of romance, sci-fi and action. If you have read her other books then you can follow the big picture she has created since her first book- Into Danger. If you have not read her other books you can enjoy the story nontheless but I highly recommend that you read the previous 5 books for a view at the big picture and all charaters involved. Can hardly wait for the next book. 2 thumbs way up Gennita!
i'm a new fan of this author but have already gone through all of her 5 novels & am now awaiting eagerly for the next chapter to this new Virtual series. It doesn't get any better than this. I wont go into the storyline as others already have. I strongly disagree with what some viewers wrote that this was boring, too detailed etc....it's perfectly paced considering the amount of info the author has to introduced in the 1st book of a new series. It was very gripping & i was unable to put it down from page 1 & had to read in one sitting. I must say sci-fi is NOT my thing & initially i picked up this book then put it down without purchasing it because of the virtual reality sci-fi futuristic aspect of the storyline, however thank goodness i went back to it after reading her "Shadow Assisin" series - the books are all linked together but stands very well on their own. This book is her best of all of her books in my opinion. It's very seductive from right in the beginning to the final page. Very well written, interaction between our 2 lovers are so exciting, sexy & just pure adulterated lust. The author definitely has a way with words. This one is a keeper for me. I would strongly recommend you read all of her books...The Protector, the Hunter, Facing Fear, Into Danger, Sleeping With The Agent etc...another very good romantic suspense author.
SPOILER!!! - this book is a first for me as normally i like my stories to end with a satisfying conclusive ending...but this is NOT the case so beware. The end will leave you to craving for the next book Virtually Hers.......