- Liquid Silver
- Release Date
- November 2010
When the woman of your dreams only sees you as her geeky neighbor, sometimes you have to go to extremes.
Computer nerd Dylan Crane has been in love with Erin since she moved next door two years ago. Unfortunately, she's never seen him as anything other than her best friend--until one afternoon when her world flips upside down and everything changes.
Erin Sharp learns firsthand just how sexy a man with a brain can be. She already loved Dylan, her friend, but as their relationship evolves, she wonders if she could finally have it all.
When her career ambitions get in the way of their relationship, Erin has to decide what matters most to her – getting the job she always wanted, or the man she needs and desires.
Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Jan 03, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
319 people found the following review helpful
One of the best friends to lovers stories I've ever read!
Dylan Crane has been in love with his neighbor Erin since she moved in two years ago. However, she only saw him as a friend and he had to be contented with that, until one day when she started to see him in a different light. It was a start, but Dylan wasn't satisfied with it. He wanted more, but how could he keep her when they were so different?
Dylan is a geek, but oh, what a geek! His knowledge of things geeky and nerdy is so sexy, I'm kidding you not! I really wish more authors would write this kind of hero. That aside, he's very caring of Erin and he's big on compromise. The clincher is his sticking to his principles, no matter what. Yeah, definitely sexy and a hero to fall in love with.
Erin, on the other hand, is driven to success due to her past. One good thing about her is that when she finally saw something worth keeping, she'd do everything in her power to do so. It's a good thing she came to her senses just in time! I don't feel for her as much as I do for Dylan. There was some note about her sad past that was meant to make her sympathetic, but it didn't make much an impression on me.
Overall, THE GEEK NEXT DOOR is a gem of a book that I read in one sitting. Lauren Fraser is a great storyteller in the way she could draw me in with her writing, and I'm definitely checking out her other books.
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