It was not my book. As I have seen, it was written 2011.
Was it one of her early works?
I couldn't find any connection to the MC's and I don't like the story itself.
Though the idea itself was not bad, it just didn't touch me in a way it supposed to do.Briefly:
GVI is a service companies that sells it's service, VR sex. It is a GVI's computer programs and it is something between telephone sex and cyber sex. Nobody who demands this kind of service knows that behind every imaginable sex-partner is hidden
a real person.
There were basically two things GVE employees were never, EVER, under penalty of the wrath of the legal gods, supposed to do: we weren't supposed to tell about the human components behind the VR, and we weren't supposed to violate client privacy.
Exactly this kind of NEVER-EVER happened.
What didn't work for me:
and how it was performed here.
The part with "I'm supposed to have become a good son"-"But you are
good." Blah-blah-blah. I hate it. And it was here too long and too detailed and too repetitive.
,super rich and super sexy and super smart and super unhappy
, was STRANGE. Not credible at all. Yes, in spite of science fiction, I need to see logic in the behavior of my characters.
3)The employer, the poor student,I-teller
, who fall in love and broke the GVE's code of conduct- RIDICULOUS
4)The ending. Absurdly³. Sorry. I can't buy it.
I feel me bad because it is the first review and the rating is not very good, but the author has already so many positive feed backs, that I hope a bit critical review helps to find out what readers like and what not very much. Though taste are different, maybe it is exactly your book.
And this book/review does nothing to my admiration of [a:shukyou|6478559|shukyou|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/authors/1390588703p2/6478559.jpg]