Evans is once again going to spend the holidays alone and
single – the story of her life. She has even put up a request
for the perfect hero on the company’s Santa board, on the
practical side, she also asked for a much better monitor too.
Melissa believes in many things, but not magic, a bit
unbelievable with you consider she works as a game tester with
games that have a lot to do with magic. Needing to try out a
new character generator, Melissa decides to make her perfect
dream hero as her character never realizing that IT is not the
supplier of her new monitor.
world is that of the inside of a computer and has been
watching Melissa. When the opportunity arrives to fulfill
Melissa’s wish, he becomes her hero, bringing himself into her
world - literally. Once Brian gets Melissa to believe him, he
needs to find a way to become her hero. Brain finds a way
while also learning a lot about the new world he has come to.
Melissa and Brian quickly discover the magic of passion and
fall in love – but when Christmas arrives and Brian believes
he has failed can Melissa show Brian that he is her perfect
Perfect Hero is a sexy and fun Christmas tale
involving both magical games and even more magical love.
Melissa works in a high tech world and understands the
concepts of constructing someone but not magic. Brian lives in
the magical world of games where even if something bad happens
you can always come back, he has no experience with someone
who does not believe in magic Melissa and Brian come together
in a collision of reality and magic that had me coming back
from lunch late because I just had to finish their story.
Melissa is the perfect foil to Brian’s thought system. I
laughed and sighed during the trials of Brian learning our
world and in finding out that being a hero can be done many
ways – even if you don’t always succeed in your tasks.