He’s Rafail Slutsky, Olympic medalist. Women drool over his ripped body. He helps charities. He’s a god in a man suit.
I’m Cecily Spangler, geek. I snark. I draw. I huddle in my shell like a turtle. Nobody has ever heard of me.
Do I need to spell out how wrong we are for each other?
Luckily, I’m done with fantasies of celebrities I have no hope of ever meeting. On New Year’s Eve, I resolve to flirt with the nerdy guy I’ve been crushing on over on my favorite forum. I know nothing about him, but I just have this feeling we have a lot in common.
And then, joy of joys, he messages me back.
Before I know it, I’m in deeper than I ever expected. The connection between us SIZZLES. I only hope that if we ever meet in person, I’ll live up to his imaginings.
One small problem: he just sent me a text. He wants to meet me. Now.
I figure the worst that can happen is that we have no chemistry, right?
Wrong…because there’s a lot more to this nerd than I ever dreamed…
I bought this book and this is my honest opinion
Cecily was the shy quite girl you would find in the corner at a party she hid behind her computer drawing her favorite celebrity crush,but she has a crush on one of her followers on her website. Thanks to the group sorority text that this is their year let’s not waste it she finally got the courage to send him a message in hopes he would want to message her privately. Once she did that they ended up hitting it off and he opened her up to someone she didn’t even notice but all for the good she liked who she was becoming since talking to him. When they agree to meet up for the first time she will finally get to meet who this mystery man is she just hoped he wasn’t an old man, little did she know she would never guess who she was actually meeting. Can you really get to know someone through a good text message some think so others it takes more to convince.
Review by Twinsie Dee
Living in the middle of a desert makes Deana appreciate the connections she has with people online. She loves to hear from readers.