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Love, Technically

3.35  ·  Rating details ·  763 ratings  ·  141 reviews
She's falling for his alter-ego...

Noah Frellish is a king amongst geeks. As CEO of Chicago’s hottest tech company, he’s done with the world only seeing him for his money—especially when it comes to romance. So when he helps a beautiful employee with a printer problem and she mistakes him for a help desk technician? Well, Noah can't help but play along…through every sexy, r
ebook, 135 pages
Published July 29th 2013 by Entangled Publishing, LLC
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Aug 13, 2013 rated it liked it
3.5 Stars

God, I love a hot geek! They have a brain, can carry on a stimulating conversation, are cute, but rarely know just how much so. Oh, my heart is already in a little flutter thinking about these types!

Michelle is the small town girl looking to make it on her own in the big city. Things are going according to plan when she gets hired on by a tech company, LiteWave. While working late one night Michelle has some computer trouble, and a nerdy but oh-so-hot fellow employee (or so she thinks)
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 and very innocent which I could have dealt with on it's own but she is also so stupid it's ridiculous. I'll forgive her for not recognising the company CEO from the photographs around the building sh
This is a quick and easy read. It’s even an enjoyable romance novella if you don’t stop to think about it. I’m serious, either give your brain a holiday for the day or you’re going to be disappointed with this one. Mild spoilers ahead.

It all starts with a misunderstanding and that’s how it continues as well. Michelle is just finishing her first week at her new job when a misbehaving printer—let’s just ignore the ridiculousness of that situation and suspend disbelief for the romance for now—gives
Sandy Ⓢ
[Reto 2017, Libro #20: libro geek]

Linda historia, ligera y entretenida.
Amy R
Jul 17, 2013 rated it really liked it
I have a soft spot for tech geeks. Mainly because I married one. He isn't a billionaire CEO, but I am pretty sweet on him. When I saw Love, Technically by Lynne Silver come up for review and read the blurb I knew I had to read it. It was such a fun story. For those that work in the corporate world, you will really be able to identify with this story. Even if you don't, it will still be just as entertaining for you.

I don't usually like it when people lie about their identity in stories, but can u
Eli Yanti
Jul 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
When you are working in one company and you even don't aware that you are meet, talk and even love the guy who has mutual feeling with you and the big surprise "he is a CEO of the company? Wow, ofcourse I really want it especially if the guy is like Noah :D

The story is simple, so sweet, romantic and I love it :).

And thanks for the author to give me the chance to read this book and I really enjoy while reading the book from the begining and even I don't realize that I was in the end of the story
Oct 04, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: nerds-geeks
Muy buena historia, hay muy pocas de este estilo.
Aunque decae un poco al final , ojala haya mas de este estilo
Julianna Smith
Let's start with Michelle

Michelle is the main female lead, and she just moved to Chicago to persure her dreams. Sadly, the job position she had when we started reading was a not-so-nice job in the call center for a huge company called LiteWave. It was boring but Michelle made the best out of it. Something happened to the company printer and she asks the nearest guy to help her out. He has a geeky/adorbale shirt on, a wonderful smile, and is very witty. Michelle mistakes him for an IT person beca
Jul 27, 2013 rated it liked it
Originally published at Book Lovers Inc.

I picked Love, Technically because it sounded like it was going to be a geek romance. I love geek romances for reasons that are pretty darn obvious to anyone who knows me.

As per usual, I digress.

But Love, Technically isn't quite a geek romance. It almost read like an anti-geek romance. It also tripped over my willing-suspension-of-disbelief meter.

Explanation follows...

Michelle seems to be a complete patsy at the beginning. She's working late because she's
Aug 08, 2013 rated it really liked it
Normally when I read the word 'billionaire' in a blurb or title these days, I back away quickly not even giving the book more than a glance because of how saturated the market is with billionaire romances. Something made me grab it up to give this one by a new to me author a try. I am soooo glad that I did. It was a treat of a cute story with an adorable geek hero and a naive, but engaging heroine. For those who cringe at the thought of yet another hero with big bucks, you will be pleased to kno ...more
Jul 17, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: for-blog-review
*****3.5 stars****

As much as I love a sexy bad boy, I freely admit I have a weakness for a hot techie geek, too. Noah Frellish is just that as the rich founder and CEO of LiteWave Tech, and he may not be a smooth-talker like the rebels out there, but I was still smitten!

When Michelle mistook Noah for nothing more than a simple, but smoking-hot, computer nerd named Sark, it was of course the perfect scenario for the wealthy man who everyone wanted for his money. Deceptive, yes, and it was clearl
Suzanne Critelli
Jul 24, 2013 rated it it was amazing
You gotta love hot computer geeks!

I won an ARC from a giveaway the author held. I'm so glad I won this! This is a short story that has a lot of content and romance to keep in interesting.

The story has small town girl Michelle Kolson, who always dreamed of living in the city. Her father is the only one supportive of her new adventure. Her mother and former boyfriend not so much. She recently started working for LightWave Tech for the call center. She doesn't know anyone in Chicago, and has not me
Jul 28, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I received an ARC through NetGalley.

I adore nerd romances, and Love, Technically was no exception! It all starts with a printer problem. Noah comes to Michele’s rescue, and she mistakes him for a geek from the company’s help desk. Noah doesn’t mean to lie about his identity, but he was happy to finally meet a woman who likes him for him, rather than for his bank account, as he’s really CEO of the company. From there it’s a classic tale of mistaken identity and the drama that follows a relationsh
Review originally posted at Love To Read For Fun

There aren’t enough geeky, techy heroes in romance which is why 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.

Michelle is from a small town in Iowa living in the big city of Chicago. Working at Lit
Clary ♡.
Jul 05, 2016 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2016
Me tardé un poquito en terminar este libro y debo decir que aunque el comienzo me pareció interesante por el tema de "Geek" y la personalidad de Michelle, decayó bastante, vamos a ver.


Acá tenemos a Noah el fundador de la empresa que como se sabe por la sinopsis se presenta ante Michelle como Sark, el punto es que ¿como es posible que el fundador de la empresa no pueda tomar sus propias decisiones en dicha empresa? Entiendo que tenga accionistas y no sé mucho de eso (siento que deber
Jul 21, 2013 rated it really liked it

If you are looking for a nice easy fast read you will like Love Technically. I read it in one evening. Even though, it's a simple storyline, it's so well written that you will find yourself just sitting back, relaxing and enjoying the book.

Noah Frellish (AKA Sark to his friends) is a computer genius billionaire. The one thing he has found is that people want to be near him for his money. He has a few close friends, who he depends on. What he hasn't been able to find is a girlfriend who wants him
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Jul 23, 2013 rated it liked it
I loved the concept of this book. Nerdy billionaire falls for broke girl who mistakes him for an employee. Sounds like a sweet and short little romance book. And this story fit the idea perfectly. It was a little book about falling in love and I really enjoyed it. The story was one big smooth transition from beginning to end most of the time. Sometimes the story felt a little choppy and rushed, but overall it was a fun and cute read.

Michelle was an okay character. I felt that she almost purposef

This was a charming fun category length romance between a country girl and a city nerd. It was sweet and frothy with a little bit of steam. The hero is endearing and sexy. The heroine is charming and we can live through her nicely as she does things at work to awful coworkers we all would like to do. The writing is crisp and engaging. The book is held back from being great by its category length and its inability therefore to develop some aspects of the character and the romance but overall
Aug 03, 2013 rated it liked it
I thoroughly enjoyed Love, Technically. Why? (1) Michelle was a smart, capable woman – but she was also your average, everyday girl trying to figure out how to move forward. And Noah loves her fresh attitude, and her willingness to step out of her comfort zone to be with him (think: cycling). (2)I thought the mistaken identity plot was handled well. It was believable, and it was resolved nicely. (3)The relationship between Noah and Michelle is fun and flirty, but the sexual chemistry wasn’t lost ...more
Jul 29, 2013 rated it really liked it
A cute, fast read. After stopping/starting several books this past week w/ depressing characters/stories, I needed this little pick-me-up! It's the classic case of mistaken identity: He's the billionaire boss, but she doesn't know it. He likes that she's the only one who treats him like a normal person so he keeps up the pretense a little longer than he should... Nothing earth shattering in the story - but again, I wasn't looking for earth shattering. I just wanted a sweet romance that didn't ca ...more
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Dec 13, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2016
Fue una historia corta, dulce y tierna. Nada del otro mundo pero me gusto la idea. En si romance romance es bastante tranqui y no hay sexo explicito o nada del otro mundo.
Me entretuvo, me parecio dulce y fue lo que precisaba en el momento: una distraccion tierna y divertida sin muchas complicaciones.
Ana Barrios
Jul 03, 2017 rated it liked it
Am I the only one who wish have a nerd like this in my life?
Jun 08, 2017 rated it liked it
Entretenido pero nada especial.
omg this was such a cute story! It was a little short for my taste, but it ended on a good note and I literally couldn't put it down. Can't wait to read more books by Lynne Silver!
Bree T
Jul 27, 2013 rated it really liked it
Michelle has taken the plunge and moved from her tiny town to Chicago where she gets a job in the call centre department of an IT company. In her first week, she’s waging war with a printer that won’t co-operate when a young and very good-looking man comes to her rescue. Introducing himself as “Sark”, he becomes her first real friend in her new city, helping her out within the company and takes her out for meals. Michelle assumes he works in the help department, given he’s so helpful and seems t ...more
Grendaycita Segovia
Mar 22, 2017 rated it liked it
Ligera, entretenida y divertida historia de un Geek cool y una chica del campo en una empresa.

Como toda historia corta no desarrollada, pero no le quita lo linda que es, aunque el final es cliche.
Jul 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Michelle Kolson is originally from the small town of Minsker, Iowa. Wanting more for her life she ventures to Chicago where she lands a job in the call center of LiteWave Tech. One night, during her first week of employment, she has difficulty printing and is approached by another employee that helps her figure out the problem. There is an instant attraction between Michelle and her Knight-In-Shining-Armor, who introduces himself as Sark.

Not being familiar with the upper echelon, Michelle is com
Jan 13, 2017 rated it liked it
Shelves: 3-stars, geeks-nerds
Me derriten los amores geeks (?
Ya en serio. Me pareció linda, tierna.. un poco apresurada y poco profunda, pero igual me encantó. Él me gustaba, porque el éxito solo lo asfixiaba, ¿vale la pena perder tus sueños por el dinero que ganaste con ellos? Y ella me gustó como personaje, era dócil y tímida, pero inteligente y emprendedora.
Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)
Jul 20, 2013 rated it really liked it
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.

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Some stories just push the right buttons for me, and Love, Technically did exactly that. There was times when I was highly skeptical that Michelle could as naïve as she was portrayed, but the overall tone of this book was so sweet and so much fun that I just shrugged those moments off. She didn’t recognize her bil
Jul 23, 2013 rated it really liked it
I must say that when I started this book I was in a horrible frame of mind. I had just finished one of the worst books/series that I’ve ever read, then after painfully making myself just make it to the end of the book to FINALLY finish it – I find out that the author answers absolutely nothing and that there will be another book…can you say beyond IRRITATED???

So, when my reading buddy said she was starting this one I told her I would too - and it was a great decision. Now is this the best book
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Lynne Silver is the author of sexy contemporary romance such as the popular Alpha Heroes, Coded for Love, and the Worthy series. She absolutely loves to travel and explore new cities. She has a slight (huge) addiction to donuts, fancy purses, romance novels and video games. She lives in Washington, DC, with her husband and two sons. She loves connecting with readers so please find her on social me ...more