Body Electric

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Dorchester Publishing Company Incorporated, Jul 5, 2011 - Fiction - 378 pages
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Victoria Barnhardt sets out to create something brilliant; she succeeds beyond her wildest dreams. With one keystroke her program spirals out of control...and something was born that defies possibility: a being who calls to her. He speaks from within a prison, seeking escape, seeking her. He is a miracle that Vic never intended. More than a scientific discovery, or a brilliant coup by an infamous hacker, he is life. He is beauty. And he needs to be released. Just as Victoria does. Though the shadows of the past might rise against them, on one starry Los Angeles night, in each other's arms, the pair will find a way to have each other and freedom both.

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User Review  - Tony Peck - Goodreads

Loved reading this book. Interesting concepts about what it is to be human, a set of interesting characters (although the evil genius is a little predictably bad) The heroine, Vic, is tough and clever ... Read full review

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User Review  - Phaney - Goodreads

2008 Review: Oh. My. God. I need to get my heart rate down. I feel as though I have a fever and this time it is not because I am sick. My heart is still thumping and my eyes are still wet; I still ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Susan Squires is an RWA Golden Heart Award recipient and multiple RT Reviewer's Choice Award finalist. Squires is a very unique writer who is able to master various time periods. Of her five novels published by Dorchester, both Danelaw and Danegeld are Viking romances set in Medieval Britain; Sacrament is a vampire romance set in 1800 Britain; Body Electric is a contemporary romance dealing with issues of Artificial Intelligence; and No More Lies is a sci-fi romantic suspense novel dealing with issues of genetic manipulation. Body Electric was named one of the top ten most influential paperbacks of 2002 by Publisher's Weekly.

Squires graduated from UCLA and now works as an executive for a Fortune 500 company. In her free time, she enjoys to write. She now writes Regency vampire romances for St. Martin's Press.

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