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Review: LOVE, TECHNICALLY by Lynne Silver

I have a soft spot for tech geeks. Mainly because I married one.  He isn’t a billionaire CEO, but I am pretty sweet on him.  When I saw Love, Technically by Lynne Silver come up for review and read the blurb I knew I had to read it. It was such a fun story. For those that work in the corporate world, you will really be able to identify with this story.  Even if you don’t, it will still be just as entertaining for you.

LoveTech_CoverI don’t usually like it when people lie about their identity in stories, but can understand why they choose to do so. In this case Sark lies about being the CEO because he really likes Michelle and is afraid she will treat him differently if she knows who he really is. The CEO title either freaks people out or draws people in because of his money. He is afraid of being hurt again, so he keeps it a secret for a bit. We all know that when Michelle eventually finds out things are going to change. How is this story different? Because we have a hero who isn’t ultra-smooth with the ladies and we watch him navigate the uncomfortable area of love and romance. It is entertaining to watch him figure out how to get the girl.

Lynne is a new-to-me author and Love, Technically is a book that will have me checking out her other stories. The story moved along at a good pace and the characters are well developed and engaging. If you are looking for a quick read that is hard to put down and will leave you smiling at the end of the story I recommend Love, Technically! It will cause you to look differently at tech geeks.

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About the Book:

Title: Love, Technically
Author: Lynne Silver
Publisher: Entangled Ever After
Release Date: July 29, 2013
Category: Contemporary Romance
Source: ARC received from Publisher

Official Summary:

Billionaire CEO and computer whiz Noah Frellish is a king among geeks. Women are attracted to his money, but he’d love to meet someone who’s actually interested in him. When he helps the sweet and sexy Michelle Kolson with a printing problem, she confuses him for a help desk technician. Noah knows he should clear up this case of mistaken identity, but would she still like him if she knew he was the boss?

Michelle thinks life in Chicago is perfect, as is the whirlwind romance with her smoking-hot coworker. When she unexpectedly finds her job on the chopping block and the man she fell headfirst into bed with running the company, will she abandon her dreams?

Noah must convince the small-town girl to stay in the big city—and that he really is the man she fell for.

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So, what do you guys thing about tech geeks? 

2 comments

  1. Edie Ramer

    This sounds like my kind of book. I’ll check it out! And I wish my husband was a techie. Alas, that didn’t happen. Neither is my son. Oh well, I love them anyway.

    1. Lynne Silver (@lynnesilver)

      Thanks for stopping by, Edie. I live in a household of techies. Sometimes it’s great (when my computer breaks) Sometimes it’s not. (when they decide to install a beta version of unreleased software on MY computer)

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