She has 30 days to turn her enemy into her boyfriend...
Introverted computer engineer Charlie Forrester has coded an algorithm for love, a nearly flawless matchmaking program. But then she's challenged to prove its accuracy - on herself. With her dream job on the line, Charlie has thirty days to forge a romantic relationship with her "perfect" match...her ex-friend and now-nemesis, Daniel Shawn. Since her dating experience is expressed in binary, she'll need more than flirting lessons and a wardrobe overhaul to pull it off.
After falling victim to the same online matchmaking con he was investigating, reporter Daniel Shawn's professional reputation went up in flames. Now he suspects someone has rebooted the scam, and he's determined to expose the fraud and rebuild his career. Unfortunately, his efforts to get back in the game get sidetracked by Charlie and her adorable geekitude, even though she seems to know a little too much about digital dating for Daniel's comfort.
And when fake romance crosses into real chemistry, Charlie's formula for love might just be the perfect formula for disaster..
ARC from Entangled Publishing!
When Charlie uses her "love program" to help her land a job it ends up landing her in hot water with an old friend and crush Daniel. You see, Daniel and she use to be close until he changed one day in school, then next thing you know they are both grown up. And Daniel is set against taking down any site or program that helps people in the dating life.. When Charlie finds out that the only way to be able to apply for her dream job she must use her own program on herself, and when things point in Daniel's direction the world as she knew it gets turned upside down.
This book was a lot different than what I was expecting. I really did like it though! I enjoyed the plot line, it was very different and interesting. And I liked both of the main characters as well, and the side characters.
However, I kind of felt like Charlie was sort of mean to Daniel, even though in some aspects I could totally understand, I also didn't like it much. And I thought Daniel did really good through out the story even though at times he was kind of a jerk.