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Hologram: The Seduction of Samantha Bowman - Hologram #1 - cover

Hologram: The Seduction of Samantha Bowman - Hologram #1

Nancy Miller

Publisher: Nancy Miller

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Summary

Playing an erotic fantasy game seems just the ticket to put a little sizzle back in Samantha Bowman's life. Samantha escapes to a virtual reality where she feels more sexy and desirable than she has in years. She becomes ever involved, unaware she's become the pawn of a clever psychopath with deadly intentions. 
Swept up in a vortex of circumstances, Samantha goes beyond the edge of reason to a place where she attempts the unimaginable . . . 
A fast moving story woven with intrigue and skullduggery, love and second chances that races to the climax and a final clash between good and evil.

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