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  • Posted August 8, 2013

    Right from the description, I was hooked on Love, Technically! I

    Right from the description, I was hooked on Love, Technically! I thought that it sounded like a sweet romance, and that's exactly what it was. The characters were wonderful, and while the book wasn't all that long, Lynne Silver made me fall completely in love with them and kept me totally wrapped up in their story! :D

    Both Sark (er...Noah...I feel like we're at least friends now, so I'm totally going to call him Sark :P haha) and Michelle were characters that I just absolutely loved! I genuinely cared for them and desperately wanted everything to work out in their favour. I loved their budding relationship, their easy banter, their steamy chemistry, and above all else, I just loved the two of them to bits! I just had an absolute blast reading Love, Technically, and I didn't want to put it I didn't unless I absolutely had to. :P

    I loved the whole technological aspect of the story, too, and I felt that both Michelle's and Sark's dreams for their futures were realistic and that their dreams actually contributed to a lot of their appeal. They felt like real people. They were both awkward at times and were figuring their lives out, and that aspect really appealed to me and made the characters even more genuine.

    Overall, I absolutely loved Love, Technically! I loved the characters, the story, and the fabulous nerd appeal. ;) I definitely plan to read more of Lynne Silver's work in the future because Love, Technically made me laugh, cry, and above all else, it left me with a ginormous grin on my face when I'd finished...and that grin and feeling is exactly how I know that I loved a book as much as I possibly can love one...*dreamy sigh* I'll definitely be rereading this one in the future, too. I'd recommend this one to fans of romance....especially if you love the contemporary kind, and I think if you have a soft spot for hottie nerds, you'll enjoy this one even might even make you like them if you hadn't considered them before. ;)

    * I received an ebook of Love, Technically from the publisher to give an honest review. All opinions are my own.
    * This review also appears on my blog and on my other social media accounts.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2013

    I love nerds

    Gotta love this great romance!!! Finally a man that seems more real than other books-----what a great read!!!! Great story and would suggest to anyone!

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  • Posted August 8, 2013

    5 GB Stars!!! I cannot even imagine how to properly put into

    5 GB Stars!!!

    I cannot even imagine how to properly put into words how much I loved Lynne Silver's Love, Technically. It was refreshing, heartfelt, and full of all the good qualities of a love story. But not just any love story. The love story of a geeky computer guy, well, an extremely wealthy CEO geeky computer guy, and a small town Iowan girl who just wants to make it in the Big City. After landing a job at LiteWave technologies, Michelle has a run in with the extremely handsome Noah Frellish, CEO of LiteWave. However, she has no idea who he is and sees him in a way no one else does; a man instead of a bank account. Noah doesn’t want to lose that connection and makes the decision not to tell her who he is. As they continue to spend more and more time together, they realize how easy, fun, and wonderful it is to be with each other and neither of them have felt this way about anyone else before. However, due to miscommunication, their perfect relationship soon turns to a pile of rubble at their feet along with their hearts. Will they be able to get things back together? Do they even want to?
    You don’t usually read books in which the handsome leading man is classified as a “nerd”, but I’m glad Noah is because he has become one of my favorite characters. Not caring about how much money he has or being the famous CEO, he cares about people and doing what he loves. His desire and admiration for Michelle makes me jealous while seeing Michelle’s natural reaction to Noah, wanting to take care of him, being strong and honest, I adore Michelle. This was another book I couldn’t put down, but more importantly, it was a book I read again as soon as I finished it. Absolutely Amazing!

    (I received an ARC for my review, and this is my honest-to-goodness, straight from the heart review!)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2013

    Fist of all,i like to thank you Morgen from Entangled Publishing

    Fist of all,i like to thank you Morgen from Entangled Publishing for the opportunity to read this beautiful book.And thank you Lynne Silver to writing this book.I`m so glad that i read this .Is a phenomenal book.
    When first i start to read the book,i was thinking:”This books is like Fifty Shades of Grey”.You know,rich guy,poor girl...But i was soo wronggg:D

    Is nothing like Fifty Shades of Grey.Is better.This book show as the different face of guys.This guy Noah Frellish,is rich,a little nerd,but also beautiful.Is Billionaire CEO and computer and women are attracted to his money.He want a girl who love him for just him,not his money.And that happens when he meet Michelle Kolson,who is a employee in his company.At the first he lie about his identity, to prevent what happent with other girls,Soon they fall in love with each other and Noah(who introduce him self on Michelle as Sark)most tell her the truth.Is a very good book and i like it very much.I hope everybody buys the book because is worth it.You gonna hate this book,love this book, laugh at the same time.I love the book cover.The guy on the cover is perfect for Sark(Noah Frellish).It is the perfect book to read now,who relax you.It is a very good story,who show us that the good guy are still in the earth.I`m happy and grateful that i read this perfect book.I`m from Romania and definitefy i want that every romanian read this.Mayby,some day,will be published in my country to. I will not say anything,I will let you to discover this amazing book.Happy reading!

    The quote who break my heart:

    “Thanks, but she’s not my girl. Not anymore.”

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