Thursday, April 27, 2017

Shy's Review ~ Technically Mine by Isabel North

Technically MineTechnically Mine by Isabel North
My rating: 5 of 5 stars


I absolutely loved this contemporary romantic comedy. From the very beginning until the very end I was hooked.

Nora, having recently had her relationship end very unexpectedly, decided a change of scene is needed. This lands her in San Francisco working as an assistant to her interior designer cousin. That job brings her face to face with Gabe. Gabe is undoubtedly the hottest guy Nora has ever seen, and she ends up seeing A LOT of him very early into their acquaintance. But he's a client and therefore off limits. To bad for her Gabe doesn't seem inclined to go along with that notion. Despite how inappropriate it would be for her to get involved with him, he is a big fan of being inappropriate.

Gabe was such an awesome leading man, I can't say enough about him. He's a totally different kind of alpha then what I'm used to and he takes intense to a whole new level. But the way he is when it comes to Nora was so endearing and I just loved him right away.

Nora was just fun. I liked the way she thought. I liked how old school she was about certain things. I loved her reactions to Gabe. All of it was just such a pleasure to read.

This story was very well told and has me interested in checking out other books by this author. But I loved the comedy and the slow build feel of this one. I highly recommend it.

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