The Nerd Prince

The Nerd Prince

by Ellen Fisher
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The Nerd Prince by Ellen Fisher

Two wounded people who've sworn off love...

Women. Who needs 'em? Ever since his wife left him for another man--and a balding, dweeby orthodontist, at that--Cade Ryan has lost interest in anything but video games. But when he meets the gorgeous, fun cellist upstairs, he finds himself not hating women quite as much. In fact, he finds himself interested in women again... and one woman in particular.

Men. Who needs 'em? After a string of lousy boyfriends, Shell Anderson has sworn off dating, preferring to spend her free time with her cat. At first the video game-playing nerd downstairs doesn't tempt her to change her mind. If she were to go down that path again, it would be with a guy who could at least support himself. But there's something in the eyes behind the coke-bottle glasses that makes her think maybe, just maybe, he's not a nerd, but a prince...

Length: Novella, 18,500 words. This book has been previously published.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014013772
Publisher: Daylily Publishing
Publication date: 02/11/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 171 KB

About the Author

I'm an author of romance who writes, or tries to, around plenty of distractions. I have four kids ranging from six to sixteen, and two young and energetic Australian shepherds.
My first book (a colonial Virginia romance entitled The Light in the Darkness) was published by Bantam in 1998. A few years later, I started writing ebooks. Overall, I've published fourteen novels and novellas, ranging from historicals to sci-fi romance to contemporaries. I've been nominated for two Romantic Times awards, and have won an EPIC award (as well as finaling six times). You can visit me at

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The Nerd Prince 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If I could give no stars I would. This story isent werth the picsels its stamped on. It was NOT worth the money ether, there was no real value in reading it. Persenaly I think it should be band frome beaing a story letalone a romance story.
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