VIRTUAL HEAVEN by ANN LAWRENCE
The warrior loomed over her. His leather jerkin, open to
his waist, revealed a bounty of chest muscles and a
corrugation of abdominals. Maggie O'Brien's gaze jumped
from his belt buckle to his jewel-encrusted boot knife,
avoiding the obvious indications of a man well-endowed.
Too bad he was just a poster advertising a virtual reality
Maggie had always thought such male perfection could exist
only in fantasies like Tolemac Wars. But then the game
took on a life of its own, and she found herself face-to-
face with her perfect hero. Now it would be up to her to
save his life when danger threatened, to gentle his
warrior's heart, to forge a new reality they both could
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"Virtually Astonishing Debut!"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted June 28, 2001
Few books are able to surprise me the way this one did.
Nothing is quite the way it appears to be in this excellent
debut adventure. I am anxiously awaiting the sequel.
Ocean City businesswoman Maggie O'Brien is convinced by a
friend to spend a little time in a Read more...
"Maggie finds more than Virtual Reality in TOLEMAC"
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted November 12, 2001
During an electrical storm, Maggie O'Brien is accidentally
catapulted into TOLEMAC WARS, a virtual reality game. The
hero, Kered, believes her a slave but NILREM the sorcerer
tells him she is the secret to succeeding in his quest to
find an ancient sword and cup. The longer they are Read more...