QSFer L.M. Brown has a new MM sci fi book out:
Hayden Knight’s job is simple. All he has to do is sell his father’s latest invention to Tate South, the Acquisitions Manager of the biggest supplier of the best in cutting-edge technology. The virtual assistant is designed to help the user in all aspects of their life, but Hayden views the holographic helper as nothing but a nuisance. Keeping his annoyance to himself is relatively easy until a major technical glitch causes Tate to see and hear Hayden’s assistant.
Hayden and Tate are thrown together while they try to figure out what has happened, and the chemistry between them is electric. Hayden soon finds that convincing Tate that he needs a Holo-Assistant isn’t as important to him as persuading him he needs Hayden in his life.
The attraction is mutual and the sparks fly. If only they could get rid of their holographic third wheel.
Hayden waited for Tate to speak again. He wanted to ask whether they really did have a date on Friday, but he wasn’t sure he wanted to know the answer.
“There’s just one real problem I’m seeing with the assistant,” Tate finally said.
“And what’s that?” Hayden asked. He could think of numerous problems with the wretched thing, but Tate wouldn’t know about any of those.
“You can’t maintain confidentiality if others can see the hologram,” Tate replied. “If you ask the assistant something you don’t want others to hear, or if it offers information others shouldn’t be privy to, you could find yourself in potentially awkward or even damaging situations.”
“That’s the beauty of the neural implant,” Hayden reminded him. “Only the person who owns the assistant can see and hear it.”
Tate smirked at him. “I beg to disagree.”
“What do you mean?”
“I mean, I can see and hear your assistant and have been able to since I walked into this room.”
“What? That’s impossible.”
“Nevertheless, I can. Which is a rather large bug, wouldn’t you say?”
“Are you sure?”
Tate laughed. “Oh, I’m sure. Would you like me to describe him?”
“Tall, short blond hair, very well-built, wearing an outrageously indecent pair of briefs and a smile.”
L.M. Brown is an English writer of gay romances. She believes that there is nothing hotter or sweeter than two men in love with each other… unless it is three.
When L.M. Brown isn’t bribing her fur babies for control of the laptop, she can usually be found with her nose in a book.
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