Riley Andrews is a gamer. By day, she breeds, raises, and trains Shire draft horses. All night, she loses herself in a battle of assault rifles and quick knives. First Person Shooters are her true love. She’s good. She’s damned good, but no one’s realized that “QQ” isn’t just one of the guys. On the other side of a monitor, she’s as anonymous as everyone else.
When her only chance to save the family horse farm is to win a game tournament – for the prize money – Riley knows she can do it, but it means showing her face. The tournament is streamed live across the internet. If she can win, she’ll not only get the money she needs but prove the boys wrong.
She just never saw Void coming.
No one knows anything about the mysterious man behind the character. Void’s hot as hell and has Riley right in his sights. He was supposed to be another corpse on her way to the top. Instead, he dares her to become more. He taunts her to change the entire scene. He challenges her to prove that games aren’t just a boy’s club anymore.
Riley’s more than willing to accept.