Phoebe Gale is a genius behind the keyboard, but her love life is a catastrophe. She’s sick of guys trampling on her heart.
Spoiler Alert: that’s about to end.
She’s been invited to a conference where she’ll get the chance to flaunt her tech talents and show these creeps exactly what they’re missing.
Hell hath no fury like a computer nerd scorned. It’s time to flip the script and transform into a man-eater.
Her success depends on her best friend, Sebastian Cress. Dubbed the sexiest man on the internet, he’s given her his guarantee he can coach her to become a tech sensation and an irresistible heartbreaker. His assistance comes with a single rule. She must follow his every instruction–even in the bedroom
What’s a little seduction training between friends?
Answer: It could cost them everything. A life-long friendship is at stake—but so is the chance to fall in love with their perfect match. The only thing that’s guaranteed is the hotter it gets between the sheets, the harder it is to keep the lines between friendship and love from blurring.
RELEASE DATE: December 1, 2022
Not my first read by the author and I have so far read every single one of her books. I was a little nervous about this one, I love the 2nd gen I do and loved their parents or the grown up’s series but I am not a big fan of the tech side mainly because of course like a lot of people I find it boring. But again that is just my personal preference and thoughts on it for me. This was so cute that I did not mind at all. p.s. I do have to say that I wasn’t a big fan of Sab at the very beginning. *glaring* at him*
I wish I could say that I fell in love with Sebastian right away but it was really hard for me to connect with him. I just kept seeing him as this mean douche who ignored his friend and basically just drank and slept around. What also didn’t help is that their relationship was so platonic when we got to the feelings point I didn’t want them together because they seemed so great as these amazing friends who are having some fun. I know that Krista has transformed into what she likes to write which is mostly rom-com’s now but I really do miss her heartbreaking words too. I am also not a die hard fan of rom-com’s it just gets too much at times. There is a lot that happens in this book and some of it was funny yes but it was a lot. For me that is. This book took me a embarrassing amount to finish, I just couldn’t connect with anything. Yes I know the heroine is a nerd and essentially so is the hero but I felt no connection to them or between them. I think this is where I am going to stop reading the series as much as I adore and LOVE Krista I really do I’ve read all her books so far, it’s not fair to me or her for me to force myself to read something. No good outcome can come from that. I do really feel bad about it. Instead of DNFing I did skip pages just to see maybe I was wrong but in the end it was the same. I’m sorry if you ever read this Krista I really wanted to and tried to love it.
Standalone/Series: (Love Match Legacy)