Publish date: July 29th 2013
Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
Pages no: 127
Edition language: English
This was a super easy, super quick read, but it was also super short, and didn't have a lot of depth, which for me, means, I can't give it higher than 3 stars....but it was super fun ( although I'd have loved if there was more geekdom added in) so lets say 3.999 stars instead :)
I LOVE geeky heroes so when I spotted Love, Technically on netgalley I couldn't pass up the opportunity to read it. Unfortunately Sark just wasn't interesting enough to make me care about this story and I gave up after about 40%.My main problem was with the heroine Michelle, she is from a small town...
Though Michelle came off as unbelievably naive, this was a fun and uplifting read. It pushed all the right buttons for me, from the nerd hero to the ambitious heroine.full reviewReview:Some stories just push the right buttons for me, and Love, Technically did exactly that. There was times when I w...
Review Posted on HarlequinJunkie.comMichelle Kolson is just starting to adjust to the big city. She’s got a decent job that she’s good at and her head is above water – defying her family who assume she’ll be back home in no-time. Noah Frellish…Read More
I had just high hopes for this story. I love a geeky hero and was looking forward to reading about Sark and Michelle's romance. Instead I was bored to tears. NOthing stood out about this story and it was all so predictable. Each character was stereotypical down to the bitchy, back-stabbing co-worker...