Monday, July 29, 2013

Love, Technically by Lynne Silver

Michelle Kolson is from a small town in Iowa. She moves away and snags a call center job in a big city as part of her plan to broaden her horizons. At the start of the story, she’s the new girl on the job and meets the cute but geeky Sark. He helps her out and they seem to have some chemistry. Unbeknownst to her, Sark is actually the nickname of company CEO Noah Frellish. I liked that Noah doesn’t start out deliberately trying to deceive Michelle. At first he just assumes, since his face is on billboards and the company is so popular, that she would know who he is. Later, when he realizes she still doesn’t know, he leaves her a note but she finds it too vague and misunderstands. He does love the fact that she seemed to like him before knowing he’s a big shot. He’s found that a lot of women flock to him for his wealth and notoriety. I thought the relationship that develops between Noah and Michelle was sweet and sexy. I also really liked that Michelle constantly took steps to continue her education and try new experiences – even after winning a smart, wealthy hottie. This is the first thing I’ve read by this author, but I would like to read more in the future.

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