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3.0 out of 5 stars As light entertainment, this aint bad
Virtual Virgin is book no. 5 in the Delilah Street series. The whole series has been delightfully light and fun to read. The clue here is to expect just that - a light read.

Delilah has gained a crew of friends in Las Vegas. There's Snow, that she likes to fight with. Sansouci that she likes to flirt with. Quicksilver ("dog") that she likes to fight and play...
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3.0 out of 5 stars As light entertainment, this aint bad, 2 Feb. 2012
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This review is from: Virtual Virgin (Delilah Street; Paranormal Investigator) (Mass Market Paperback)
Virtual Virgin is book no. 5 in the Delilah Street series. The whole series has been delightfully light and fun to read. The clue here is to expect just that - a light read.

Delilah has gained a crew of friends in Las Vegas. There's Snow, that she likes to fight with. Sansouci that she likes to flirt with. Quicksilver ("dog") that she likes to fight and play with. Ric that she makes love to and her sinsim friends. Her landlord is possibly one as well.

She also has a sister, Lilith, that she meets in the mirrors. Lilith seems to be Delilah's opposite, the one who really had it rough and who also likes to seem tough.

In this book Delilah discovers who her mother is, helps Ric fight his childhood nemesis and discovers exactly what the above people mean in her life. The ending made it seem as though the series is at an end. It seems fitting.

Unfortunately, the language in these books don't flow as well as I'd like it to. The light/joking tone seems a bit forced at times. This brings down the points in my opinion. The characters, however, a fairly well written. Kind of flat at times, but in general somewhat believable.

I recommend the book as a light and easy read.
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