AI’s dirty little secret: It’s powered by people
Dirty Little Secret is the first book in the newest series of Jennifer Ryan. I just didn't want to put this one down and I easily breezed through it like I have in many of Jennifer Ryan's Earlier books. I simply loved the set up of the story and seeing everything fall into place as it does. I definitely believe if you are a fan of Jennifer Ryan even if you didn't care for her previous series you will love this one.
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