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Geek Love

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When Joel goes to a science fiction/gaming convention, he never expects to meet the woman of his dreams. But when he finds out a gaming buddy he’s never met is there, that’s exactly what happens.

Sam got tried of being a woman in the gaming communities, so she adopted a male persona to play--only now she has to make that lie up to her best friend Joel, who she’s spent many
Published December 13th 2010 by Liquid Silver Books
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Ragan Jay's Review

Having been a gamer and being married to a gamer, Geek Love was a book I wanted desperately to get my hands on when I first read the blurb weeks ago and I came away more than satisfied after reading it. Joel and Samantha are just adorable. They’re two hardcore gamers who find camaraderie and friendship in a world of visualized fantasy as they bond over games, television, movies, and much more.

Stories like this just make you feel young again. Take you back when love was awkwar
As a returner gamer girl currently dating a gamer guy, I had to grab this book and I was definitely not disappointed! The story takes place around a sci-fi convention (which made it all the more interesting for me) and is littered with geeky references from Star Wars to superheroes, Firefly, gaming and much more. For those who aren't heavily into geek or sci-fi culture, the author makes a sidenote of each reference so no one will be left behind.

I loved seeing how the characters interacted and th
I must have been reading a different book. A badly written one, persevered through most of it, one of my top ten worst this year for sure.
I liked the story but I did think that a lot of the geek explanations were silly and clunky.
I understand that the author felt she needed to explain the really geeky stuff or readers wouldn't get it but some of the explanations really intruded into the story especially the one about "achievements" because it didn't affect the story at all and it was kind of obvious even to a lay person.
Still I liked Joel and Samantha and I look forward to Code Monkey (Baxter's story).
I could maybe give 3.5 on this one. There were a few too many grammar errors in this one for me and the first sex scene just didn't do much for me. Part way through there are all of a sudden a bunch of geek analogies that just pulled me away from the book. I wasn't all that pleased with the ending of the book either. It was however an interesting plot.
As a Whedon is God girl myself I found myself reading this
Not much of a story going on but still an entertaining read. Quick as well, probably as not much happen other than geeks and psycho's!
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