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Fashion model Eve Dupree is fed up with being labeled "the pretty one" while her sister's called a genius. Eve's got loads of brilliant ideas, not the least of which is the invention she's building in her garage. But when she turns to the nerd next door to help get it off the ground, she finds herself on dangerous ground. Charlie Shepherd has discovered that there's more to Fashion model Eve Dupree is fed up with being labeled "the pretty one" while her sister's called a genius. Eve's got loads of brilliant ideas, not the least of which is the invention she's building in her garage. But when she turns to the nerd next door to help get it off the ground, she finds herself on dangerous ground. Charlie Shepherd has discovered that there's more to Eve than meets the eye. But it's not just her body he likes--it's those sexy brains of hers. Romance is a complication he doesn't need right now. The problem is, she has something he needs and he can't seem to resist her. Keeping her creation under wraps is harder than Eve expected--as is denying her attraction to Charlie. But when a saboteur starts sniffing around her project, she questions everyone around her, even her nerd in shining armor. Can opposites attract or will they ignite a fire they can't control?


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Fashion model Eve Dupree is fed up with being labeled "the pretty one" while her sister's called a genius. Eve's got loads of brilliant ideas, not the least of which is the invention she's building in her garage. But when she turns to the nerd next door to help get it off the ground, she finds herself on dangerous ground. Charlie Shepherd has discovered that there's more to Fashion model Eve Dupree is fed up with being labeled "the pretty one" while her sister's called a genius. Eve's got loads of brilliant ideas, not the least of which is the invention she's building in her garage. But when she turns to the nerd next door to help get it off the ground, she finds herself on dangerous ground. Charlie Shepherd has discovered that there's more to Eve than meets the eye. But it's not just her body he likes--it's those sexy brains of hers. Romance is a complication he doesn't need right now. The problem is, she has something he needs and he can't seem to resist her. Keeping her creation under wraps is harder than Eve expected--as is denying her attraction to Charlie. But when a saboteur starts sniffing around her project, she questions everyone around her, even her nerd in shining armor. Can opposites attract or will they ignite a fire they can't control?

30 review for Talk Nerdy to Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession

    5 That was some nerdy goodness Stars It's about motherfuckin' time! OMG I thought this series was going to fail me til the end, but this book was a nerdy winner! I loved this book. This right here was what I expected when I started this series. I was in nerd heaven. Finally! I loved the story line. Loved both the hero and the herione Charlie and Eve. They were both nerds and it was so cute. And when they would have sex and talk nerd dirty( which was them talking engineer speak about testin 5 That was some nerdy goodness Stars It's about motherfuckin' time! OMG I thought this series was going to fail me til the end, but this book was a nerdy winner! I loved this book. This right here was what I expected when I started this series. I was in nerd heaven. Finally! I loved the story line. Loved both the hero and the herione Charlie and Eve. They were both nerds and it was so cute. And when they would have sex and talk nerd dirty( which was them talking engineer speak about testing their "equipment" To make sure it ran efficacy and that it was in well working order)I about died. It was so cute and funny at the same time. for example: "Testing in progress," he murmured as he eased back and pushed forward again. "It should be noted that the ...equipment conforms exactly to the Intruding implement," Her happiness muscles began to contract and she gasped in delight. "I can confirm ... the efficacy of the intruding implement," He stroked faster, watching her, looking deep into her eyes. "Then it's … producing the ... desired test results?" "Yes ... oh, yes ... Lubrication to friction ratio is ... optimal. Resources will be ... deployed soon." She kept her gaze fixed on his. "Test nearly complete." His thighs slapped against hers as the room filled with the sound of their rapid breathing. She whimpered as her climax hovered near. "Test results are ..." Her orgasm hit. "In!" This book really made me smile and laugh. No this book wasn't really deep or life altering, but it was meant to be a lighter, fluffier read. And it was great at the easy lighthearted stuff. I truly enjoyed every minute of this book. It oozed cuteness. I hope the others are just as good!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Alice

    This is the fifth of the Nerds series by Vicki Lewis Thompson, and possibly the weakest so far. The books are linked by theme, rather than by events, so they can easily be read out of order. While it was a fun read, I don't think I'd be missing anything if I'd skipped it. This book is about a pair of nerds. Eve Dupree is a fashion model and high school dropout, but she really wants to be an inventor. Charlie Shepherd is leaving his tiny Connecticut hometown for a job at the Hoover Dam, but is sid This is the fifth of the Nerds series by Vicki Lewis Thompson, and possibly the weakest so far. The books are linked by theme, rather than by events, so they can easily be read out of order. While it was a fun read, I don't think I'd be missing anything if I'd skipped it. This book is about a pair of nerds. Eve Dupree is a fashion model and high school dropout, but she really wants to be an inventor. Charlie Shepherd is leaving his tiny Connecticut hometown for a job at the Hoover Dam, but is sidetracked overhearing an explosion in Eve's garage. It's lust at first sight, and, though he doesn't want any entanglements holding him back, they're soon all over each other. While I understand the appeal of chaps, and agree with Eve's assessment that they showcase some of a man's better features nicely, the repetition of the word within this book renders it almost meaningless. Once they're used as a prop during sex, I was hoping they'd drop it, but soon they have to reminisce about that one time Charlie was wild and spontaneous. Without repetition and overthinking, though, this would've been a slim volume, indeed. First they have to overthink Charlie's inevitable new job, and whether he's capable of a meaningless fling. Then, as Eve's invention appears to be sabotaged, the obsessing turns to safety measures and speculating about who might've done it. The dialogue failed to improve since the last book, and some of the sexy elements were actually creepy. I have no idea what the point of the neighbor's alien abduction thing was about, and her winking offer to share her sex toys with Eve was horrifying. That's unsanitary. Then there's some voyeurism that was also pointless and creepy, and is shrugged off by the characters. The involvement of people in one another's sex lives in this book is truly dizzying. While I enjoy these books for their lovable beta males and naughty hijinks, I would've skipped over this one, if I'd known how little I'd like it. I hope the next one's better.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Anita

    I'm a big fan of this series and in this book we have a nerd fashion model and a nerd engineer. We also have a nefarious cousin and his "assistants", a alien abductee who is now totally liberated sexually and two sisters who are raking in the dough with their X-rated bakery goods. I am reading this for a challenge, but it is really comic relief from all the romantic-suspense I normally read. It started out as a fun read, but ended up being just plain boring. I'm a big fan of this series and in this book we have a nerd fashion model and a nerd engineer. We also have a nefarious cousin and his "assistants", a alien abductee who is now totally liberated sexually and two sisters who are raking in the dough with their X-rated bakery goods. I am reading this for a challenge, but it is really comic relief from all the romantic-suspense I normally read. It started out as a fun read, but ended up being just plain boring.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Robin Reynolds

    Is it just me, or are these Nerds books becoming less and less about characters who actually are real nerds, and more and more about sex? The synopsis above sums it up pretty well, so I'm not going into a description of the plot. Suffice it to say, Eve and Charlie meet, then lust after each other. Eve is new in town and thrilled to have found a place in a cozy homey little middle American town, away from the bright lights/big city of her usual life. Charlie has lived in said town his whole life Is it just me, or are these Nerds books becoming less and less about characters who actually are real nerds, and more and more about sex? The synopsis above sums it up pretty well, so I'm not going into a description of the plot. Suffice it to say, Eve and Charlie meet, then lust after each other. Eve is new in town and thrilled to have found a place in a cozy homey little middle American town, away from the bright lights/big city of her usual life. Charlie has lived in said town his whole life and can't wait to get away. Thus, they both realize the other person is unattainable as a permanent mate, so they try to hold back, leading to much brooding and internalizing. Eve supposedly has genius level smarts, though she didn't graduate from high school. Which is OK – I think I'm fairly intelligent myself and I also did not graduate from high school, so nothing wrong with that. When Charlie tells her his phone number, she doesn't need to write it down, because she can just remember it right off the bat. Yet when she visited her sister one time, she set off the alarm at her sister's house several times over a weekend because she couldn't get the code right. And those codes are usually only four digits. I liked Charlie, very much. He's a good guy, who is protective of his mother and aunt, and rides a motorcycle while wearing leather chaps. Eve was OK. She's sweet enough, a little naive despite being a runway model and having been raised in elite society, and of course she's beautiful with her perfect 36B figure. The supporting characters were all definitely characters, with the neighbor who claimed to have been abducted by aliens and taught all sorts of alien love techniques being the most out there. The whole book just seemed a little silly and over the top. And yet, I still really enjoyed it. It was a fun read, with some hot scenes and lots of humor. I just hope that at least continues in the rest of the series.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Vilia

    This review was originally posted on Backchatting Books This book is really really cheesy. Reasons why: 1. It reads like one long sex scene interspersed with a teeny tiny bit of plot 2. The heroine is a supermodel and closet geek who has invented a hovercraft in her spare time that runs on vegetable scraps because it is important to be green 3. Really weird neighbour with sex fetish who seems to think she has been abducted by aliens 4. Hero's wearing motorcycle chaps becomes a huge focus for the nove This review was originally posted on Backchatting Books This book is really really cheesy. Reasons why: 1. It reads like one long sex scene interspersed with a teeny tiny bit of plot 2. The heroine is a supermodel and closet geek who has invented a hovercraft in her spare time that runs on vegetable scraps because it is important to be green 3. Really weird neighbour with sex fetish who seems to think she has been abducted by aliens 4. Hero's wearing motorcycle chaps becomes a huge focus for the novel 5. The villain is in plain sight with neon flashing lights highlighting them but our uber-intelligent hero and heroine are blithely unaware. Vicki Lewis Thompson has written some highly entertaining novels with a great blend of humour and romance that have you giggling one minute and swooning the next. Unfortunately this isn't one of them. I know I was supposed to be laughing at the hijinks Eve and Charlie got up to but it just didn't work for me. If you want a side order of cheese to go with your macaroni or are determined to read all of the Nerds series books then by all means dive in but otherwise, don't bother.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sbuchler

    Genre: Romance This book was a waste of time. It had none of the charm of _Nerd in Shining Armor_ nor the humor of some of the other titles in the “Nerd” series. I am usually very good at suspending disbelief. Not this time. I didn’t believe in the heroine at all. Didn’t believe should could be an incredibly successful model AND genius inventor all rolled into one. She barely pays attention to her career or her looks – they’re just a way to earn money. This philosophy is completely at odds with t Genre: Romance This book was a waste of time. It had none of the charm of _Nerd in Shining Armor_ nor the humor of some of the other titles in the “Nerd” series. I am usually very good at suspending disbelief. Not this time. I didn’t believe in the heroine at all. Didn’t believe should could be an incredibly successful model AND genius inventor all rolled into one. She barely pays attention to her career or her looks – they’re just a way to earn money. This philosophy is completely at odds with the extremely competitive nature of modeling! Both the hero and heroine immediately upon meeting each other indulge in rather explicit and annoying fantasies about each other, despite the fact that the author tells us that both of their libidos have been in hibernation here-to-for. I never really got the feeling that they got to know or even like each other. It was all about jumping each other’s bones. So I found the “I’ll follow you anywhere, forever and ever, amen” resolution (after _maybe_ a week’s acquaintance, possibly less!) to be silly. There were a couple laugh-out-loud funny parts… but mostly I kept hoping the book would get better.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    For "nerds", everyone in this book was really simple-minded. This is my first romance novel and I am hoping for some campy gems but even I have a stupidity threshold. Like, characters who are complete dumbfucks i.e., "who is doing the bad thing? I suspect every single character except for the one person who is doing the bad thing" also "we are grown adults who are attracted to each other, let us make winky faces at each other while we repeat, again and again, the word 'penetration' until the emb For "nerds", everyone in this book was really simple-minded. This is my first romance novel and I am hoping for some campy gems but even I have a stupidity threshold. Like, characters who are complete dumbfucks i.e., "who is doing the bad thing? I suspect every single character except for the one person who is doing the bad thing" also "we are grown adults who are attracted to each other, let us make winky faces at each other while we repeat, again and again, the word 'penetration' until the embarrassment is just too much and we shrink, blushing, into bed where we bone each other w/o foreplay because *giggle giggle* that stuff is just so NAUGHTY!" nah, I just can't get into it, y'all are grown adults, and the basis of your characterization is that you are supposed to be smart, I just cannot read this sort of flimsy pseudo-erotic flailing, smart people actually don't really talk like that ever, no one ever really talks like the characters in this book, this was worse than fanfiction, this was like fanfiction except the fandom was the Vaginal Orgasm and man, ain't nobody got time for that.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

    I remember liking this a lot more, but this was not good. I only save one-star ratings for books that I feel should never have been published, this wasn't quite that bad. This book is full of grating stereotypes, and all of the characters are juvenile. The plot is contrived, and the development of the story is incredibly uneven. I realize this can be said about all trashy romance novels (I use this term with affection, not derision), but this book is far more offensive of these literary offenses I remember liking this a lot more, but this was not good. I only save one-star ratings for books that I feel should never have been published, this wasn't quite that bad. This book is full of grating stereotypes, and all of the characters are juvenile. The plot is contrived, and the development of the story is incredibly uneven. I realize this can be said about all trashy romance novels (I use this term with affection, not derision), but this book is far more offensive of these literary offenses than most books in this genre. Unless you have been given this book to read, and you have NO OTHER books to read, I wouldn't recommend reading this book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sara

    This was my first Adult romance novel that I've ever read and I have to say that it was tame in comparison to what adult romance novels could be. I did laugh throughout the book over the dialoge and the characters. The nerdy talk was hilarious and I didn't realize how engineering could be hot. ha. ha. I read this on a cruise and it was a great fun light read for the beaches. This was my first Adult romance novel that I've ever read and I have to say that it was tame in comparison to what adult romance novels could be. I did laugh throughout the book over the dialoge and the characters. The nerdy talk was hilarious and I didn't realize how engineering could be hot. ha. ha. I read this on a cruise and it was a great fun light read for the beaches.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    *sigh* This book just didn't do it for me, and I love nerdy men! Oh why couldn't the author have been more entertaining? I swear I yawned through half of this book. :( At least the sex was...creative. *sigh* This book just didn't do it for me, and I love nerdy men! Oh why couldn't the author have been more entertaining? I swear I yawned through half of this book. :( At least the sex was...creative.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    This was an entertaining read. A little too much nerdy sex talk but the main story was interesting and the mystery twist was good. I love a good mystery however this was good not great.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Pamela

    finished 11/18/17. very quick read. liked the title and didn't realize it was part of a series. i found the "nerdy model" to be a little over the top (just reminded me a little too much of Jessica Rabbit's "i'm not bad, i'm just drawn this way." The characters were mostly fun and interesting (view spoiler)[with the exception of "Peterson" who was just creepy (hide spoiler)] . All in all, it was an ok read, but not one I'd search out to read again. finished 11/18/17. very quick read. liked the title and didn't realize it was part of a series. i found the "nerdy model" to be a little over the top (just reminded me a little too much of Jessica Rabbit's "i'm not bad, i'm just drawn this way." The characters were mostly fun and interesting (view spoiler)[with the exception of "Peterson" who was just creepy (hide spoiler)] . All in all, it was an ok read, but not one I'd search out to read again.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    Another fun set of nerds Not only nerds, but an alien abductee, a couple of moms with naughty pastries, sibling rivalry, pool playing, and interesting men. Lots of little twists and turns make this a fun story. I like that they actually communicated.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sandy

    Cute story Funny story about a genius pack rat and a guy who just wants to do something different in his life. The author portrays the characters perfectly, the side characters are a lot of fun. Definitely will read more from this author.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Debra McEathron

    This story is about developing confidence and going after what you want and proving that you can succeed. It is a very funny love story with a few twists about how to discuss components of making out.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Patricia

    I picked this book for the PopSugar 2020 challenge prompt a book with a pun in the title. I picked it blindly from Half Price Books. It was readable, but it's a romance, which is not my cup of tea. If you like that type of book, it's a pretty good story. I picked this book for the PopSugar 2020 challenge prompt a book with a pun in the title. I picked it blindly from Half Price Books. It was readable, but it's a romance, which is not my cup of tea. If you like that type of book, it's a pretty good story.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    2.5 stars. entertaining, but utterly ridiculous!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    This was such a fun read. Highly recommend

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Lipinski

    The characters are believable and thought out. There's humor ,adventure and romance. Two nerds work out their problems together. The characters are believable and thought out. There's humor ,adventure and romance. Two nerds work out their problems together.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Sandi

    It's really hard to balance nerdiness (is that a word) sexy they shouldn't blend so well but Ms Thompson made it look easy! It's really hard to balance nerdiness (is that a word) sexy they shouldn't blend so well but Ms Thompson made it look easy!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kelly (miss_kellysbookishcorner)

    As someone that doesn't often read romance novels, this one was just okay. It's very cheesy but super easy and light reading if that's what you're looking for. As someone that doesn't often read romance novels, this one was just okay. It's very cheesy but super easy and light reading if that's what you're looking for.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Christine Snyder

    Sexy and nerdy. Really knows how to turn up the heat and get inside the mind. Loved it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Susi Pierce

    Great book! I loved Eve and Charlie! Such a cute nerdy but hot couple! Fun crazy stuff throughout the book! Eunice was do funny with the alien stuff too!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Karol

    Relationships & emotions are just too unrealistic. Lots of talking about sex, but no genuine feeling of romance or sexual tension - quite boring really. 5/10

  25. 4 out of 5

    Adrienne

    TALK NERDY TO ME A Review of Sorts ================== The Sum-It-Up Pyramid: --Six words: So bad it makes you laugh. --Five words: Ack! This was really published?! --Four words: This is unbelievably bad! --Three words: Trying too hard. --Two words: Please stop. --One word: Vulgar! (And I skipped the naughty parts and still thought it vulgar!) Reason for Book’s Selection: I bought some books in a bag sale, and when I picked this one up, I thought it was chick-lit, NOT SMUT. So, I accept most of the respons TALK NERDY TO ME A Review of Sorts ================== The Sum-It-Up Pyramid: --Six words: So bad it makes you laugh. --Five words: Ack! This was really published?! --Four words: This is unbelievably bad! --Three words: Trying too hard. --Two words: Please stop. --One word: Vulgar! (And I skipped the naughty parts and still thought it vulgar!) Reason for Book’s Selection: I bought some books in a bag sale, and when I picked this one up, I thought it was chick-lit, NOT SMUT. So, I accept most of the responsibility for that part of the confusion. Note: I did not read/skipped over the smut scenes, and I did not finish the entire book, so this review does not reflect the entire contents of this story. (I hesitate to call it a novel. Doing so would imply too much.) Characterization: Bad. So, so bad. For example, the love interest is supposed to be very bright (an electrical engineer), but he rides a motorcycle in Connecticut in the winter with ice and snow on the ground. Narration: Bad. So, so, so bad. Here are some examples: --"...who was doing his best to blow this taco stand called Middlesex." (Middlesex is supposed to be a town in Connecticut.) --"If he'd thought he'd beat her...he had another think coming." --"She kissed with a depth of soul that still lingered on his mouth." --"As she watched him standing in the doorway, her mouth began to water." (Like Pavlov's dogs? Really?) Dialog: Mostly awful and vulgar. Description: Nothing notable to report Setting: Connecticut Prequel / Sequel / Etc: This is book #5 in a series that seems mostly not to be a series. (I have not attempted to read the others, but the back cover says, "...an irresistible new tale of egghead love starring a nerd in hottie's clothing and a Harley-riding brainiac..." Obviously I should have read the back cover before putting this one in my bag. Silly me.) Ingenuity/Premise: I really need to stop picking books based on the underlying premise. I liked the premise but boy did its execution stink. Plot: Oh-my-gosh bad! Errors: There were many errors, including whole pages where punctuation (i.e.--commas, periods, etc...) were simply omitted. The standards for this genre are low, but wow! Contains: I had to skip huge sections of the book because it is just a smut book with a thin storyline as clothing. Positives: Honestly, the premise is about all this book has going for it--downhill from there. Negatives: Myriad. Specific Issues/Confusion/Criticism: --For some inexplicable reason, the protagonist's neighbor claims to have been abducted by aliens. Maybe this is explained in the story's resolution, but my disbelief is very much not suspended. --The model/"genius's" invention is a manned hovercraft that runs on veggie scraps. Puh-lease. --For some reason, the love interest thinks the protagonist is an undiscovered genius, but this genius, who ostensibly can get a hovercraft (that, if I remember correctly, she bought off eBay) off the ground and design an engine, cannot fix her own washing machine. Puh-lease. --For another inexplicable reason, the neighbor comes to the door wearing "...glow-in-the-dark antennae and not much else." Ri-gh-t. Because people really do this. (Even if they do, they do not in fiction--it comes across as unbelievable.) --The protagonist/"undiscovered genius" claims that "...I never remember the code..." to an alarm system, but she can inexplicably remember his phone number after hearing it once. 'Cause, and I am paraphrasing because it would be a waste of time to find the exact quote, she "always remembers those types of things." It goes on and on like this, and I do not want to waste any more time reading or providing further examples of why this book should never have been published. Hopefully the other books are much better, but I am not tempted to find out.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Sara ♥

    This book was cute, but pretty darn silly... and quite naughty! Between the name of the pool place Charlie frequents, his mom and aunt's naughty bakery... Charlie and Eve's thoughts... The next-door neighbor (Eunice) who was supposedly abducted by sex aliens, and Charlie's cousin (Rick) who's a total horn-ball... I think sex was mentioned every 5 words, either directly or indirectly. That's a bit much for me. Plus, Eunice/Rick's... errr... adventures... were really... over the top and a bit scar This book was cute, but pretty darn silly... and quite naughty! Between the name of the pool place Charlie frequents, his mom and aunt's naughty bakery... Charlie and Eve's thoughts... The next-door neighbor (Eunice) who was supposedly abducted by sex aliens, and Charlie's cousin (Rick) who's a total horn-ball... I think sex was mentioned every 5 words, either directly or indirectly. That's a bit much for me. Plus, Eunice/Rick's... errr... adventures... were really... over the top and a bit scary, to be frank. I thought there were some great concepts: girl attracted to nerd, model who isn't just a pretty face, someone trying to sabotage things to make money. And the first two were even executed quite well. But the third part... I just didn't think it worked out very well. Maybe because I knew who it was the whole time (we were getting the bad-guy's POV throughout), and it seemed like it should have been REALLY OBVIOUS to Charlie and Eve who it was... and yet they kept barking up the wrong tree and suspecting everyone BUT the guy. It was frustrating. So while the book was entertaining and stuff... I prefer a bit more PLOT to the romance novels I read.... And this one was just lacking in that department a little much for my taste.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Anna

    Let me just put this out there… a confession (that will be no shock to Nica 40). I like romance novels. As an educated and modern woman, I used to look down my nose at the trashy harlequins, the bawdy bodice rippers, the dime store dishes, the…. Well, you get the idea. But one day a good friend of mine pointed out that I was unduly biased against the romance genre. “How can you claim to be a thoughtful human being, all the while rejecting something you have never tried and know nothing about?” s Let me just put this out there… a confession (that will be no shock to Nica 40). I like romance novels. As an educated and modern woman, I used to look down my nose at the trashy harlequins, the bawdy bodice rippers, the dime store dishes, the…. Well, you get the idea. But one day a good friend of mine pointed out that I was unduly biased against the romance genre. “How can you claim to be a thoughtful human being, all the while rejecting something you have never tried and know nothing about?” she asked. So I took the jump, and while I still think their trashy, I now see that as a bonus. They can also be creative and fun. Like junk food or the Jerry Springer Show of books. Now that that’s all out in the open… I enjoyed Talk Nerdy to Me. The plot revolves around a model, Eve, who would prefer to spend her time on her new invention (an organically fueled hovercraft) rather than photo shoots. All is going according to her half hazard plan, when in walks Charlie, an electrical engineer with a heart of gold. Both of their worlds turn upside down in a fierce competition between love and ones dreams (with interludes of sex).

  28. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    This is my all-time favorite from this series! It was so refreshing to have the female protagonist be a nerd. Eve Dupree is a fashion model, and no one will allow her to step outside of that role. So she's turned into something of a garage inventor, and someday she plans on proving them all wrong. Charlie Shepherd meets Eve when something explodes in her garage as he's driving home from work. It's an apt beginning - their relationship is nothing short of explosive itself. I especially loved that This is my all-time favorite from this series! It was so refreshing to have the female protagonist be a nerd. Eve Dupree is a fashion model, and no one will allow her to step outside of that role. So she's turned into something of a garage inventor, and someday she plans on proving them all wrong. Charlie Shepherd meets Eve when something explodes in her garage as he's driving home from work. It's an apt beginning - their relationship is nothing short of explosive itself. I especially loved that Charlie was insightful enough to look beneath Eve's beautiful exterior to the incredibly intelligent, if a little spacey, woman that she truly is. Eunice is another example of Thompson's incredible ability to create memorable secondary characters. She believes that she was abducted by aliens and taught various alien seduction techniques. She also supplements her income with phone sex. The end result? Hilarity all around! Even if you skip all the other Nerd books, make sure you pick this one up! Grade: A www.thehopelessbibliophile.com

  29. 5 out of 5

    Michele

    Fashion model Eve Dupree is fed up with being labeled "the pretty one" while her sister's called a genius. Eve's got loads of brilliant ideas, not the least of which is the invention she's building in her garage. But when she turns to the nerd next door to help get it off the ground, she finds herself on dangerous ground. Charlie Shepherd has discovered that there's more to Eve than meets the eye. But it's not just her body he likes--it's those sexy brains of hers. Romance is a complication he do Fashion model Eve Dupree is fed up with being labeled "the pretty one" while her sister's called a genius. Eve's got loads of brilliant ideas, not the least of which is the invention she's building in her garage. But when she turns to the nerd next door to help get it off the ground, she finds herself on dangerous ground. Charlie Shepherd has discovered that there's more to Eve than meets the eye. But it's not just her body he likes--it's those sexy brains of hers. Romance is a complication he doesn't need right now. The problem is, she has something he needs and he can't seem to resist her. Keeping her creation under wraps is harder than Eve expected--as is denying her attraction to Charlie. But when a saboteur starts sniffing around her project, she questions everyone around her, even her nerd in shining armor. Can opposites attract or will they ignite a fire they can't control?

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elley Murray

    This one was pretty adorable. After reading 4 of these Nerds books by Vicki Lewis Thompson, it's clear to me that Ms. Thompson likes her men to have thick, tousled/messy brunette hair, that all nerds have problems with their vision (and that corrective lenses, be they glasses or contacts, are a key part of what makes them nerds), and that a good man gives his woman at least one orgasm (but usually 2 or 3) before fulfilling his own satisfaction. That being said, I liked this one. :) So far #1, #2, This one was pretty adorable. After reading 4 of these Nerds books by Vicki Lewis Thompson, it's clear to me that Ms. Thompson likes her men to have thick, tousled/messy brunette hair, that all nerds have problems with their vision (and that corrective lenses, be they glasses or contacts, are a key part of what makes them nerds), and that a good man gives his woman at least one orgasm (but usually 2 or 3) before fulfilling his own satisfaction. That being said, I liked this one. :) So far #1, #2, #3 and #5 have been my favorites (yes, they're all my favorites... there are elements I love about each of them, and one or both of the lead characters is quirkly and cutedorable), and I only disliked #4. #7 is next on deck, and I've got to scrounge me up a copy of #6 I guess... ;) Here's hoping #4 was the only dud in the series. :D

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