Thursday, May 21, 2015

Title: Boy Meets Nerd
Author: Leia Shaw

After graduating from MIT with a computer science degree, hacker Emerson True bides her time until she lands the perfect job. To pay the bills, she investigates cheating boyfriends and relationship secrets.

Her newest client, musician Levi Morrison, is a typical heartbreaker – gorgeous and charming. He’s also the biggest sucker in the world. When red flags pop up, he hires Em to check into the identity of the girl he’s fallen in love with online.

As Em and Levi work together to find his dream girl, they discover they have more in common than they thought. Though Emerson tries to build a firewall around her heart, Levi bypasses it easily. In the end, Levi must choose between his dream girl and the nerd who unwittingly hacked her way into his heart.


Boy Meets Nerd begins when Levi needs to hire a hacker to figure out if it his getting "catfished." He thinks he's in love with his dream girl, but the problem is he's never actually met her before. So, he hires brilliant hacker Emerson to figure out who the girl is, and if she's telling the truth. Emerson is not your typical nerd though. She's a little rough around the edges, and not really afraid to speak her mind. And she can't seem to stop thinking about Levi, even though he's already taken. These two have a lot going against them, but something keeps bringing them back together again. 

Boy meets Nerd was okay. It wasn't as good as I was hoping it would be, but it was still really interesting. And I really loved Emerson. She was a very awesome heroine, and really likable. Levi on the other hand was a little hard to like sometimes. I felt bad for him, but then I also wished he would have woke up soon than he did when it came to certain things. Other than that I really liked the book. I thought it was a pretty easy read and I enjoyed it.

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