The title is what caught my attention. Maybe it was just me but I got sick of the Geekroymn so I started ignoring it. I was on the fence while I was reading this book. I'm not sure if that was in part because of a glitch Amazon had when I was just starting this book. I would have been fine with it being in the back of the book instead of right in my face. Color me odd but I'm not an acronym person. They make my brain bleed so I tend to ignore them. I will not confess to how many times I had to look up laughing my ass off because people would keep saying that to me. See I can't even type the acronym since it is just easier for me to type it since it doesn't require the thought it would to do the acronym.
I did enjoy the writing so I will be checking out other books by this author. I was a bit annoyed with Charlie at first because she was apologizing when I don't think she had any reason to. Color me strange but if I came face to face with the bitch that told me to take my mask off because it wasn't Halloween I wouldn't exactly be welcoming to her. Charlie's a geek. Yep she's good at the computer stuff and as part of her dissertation she has a program that she's using to pair up people. She ends up meeting a guy that she was friends with once upon a time and ends up in a bet so she can get her dream job. She did grow on me since she is fairly easy to relate to even if you aren't a computer whiz. Also you can't hate a character that has a Mutant Enemy shirt. Yes I'm having fictional shirt envy again. Charlie lives with three very interesting characters Lindsay, Gideon, and Tosh.
I'm not sure if I like Daniel or hate him. I'm kinda on the fence about that. He just isn't very likable when he shows up and he's totally clueless about what to do when it comes to Charlie. I guess by the end of the story I don't hate him but I'm not going to rush out and get a shirt that says Team Daniel. It also doesn't help that I wouldn't have the money to actually do that if I wanted to. I guess I don't hate him because I do enjoy his interactions with Gideon who just so happens to be Charlie's gay best friend. We should all be so lucky to have one. He seems like a lot of fun and I wouldn't mind seeing him in another book where the focus was on him. It was actually quite refreshing to read a book where the friendships existed more since most of the time they are virtually non-existent.