There are three kinds of nerdy women in the world.
– The Sexy Nerd
– The Confident Nerd; and
– The So-Socially- Awkward-it’s- Painful-to- Watch Nerd.
You can probably guess which one I am. After witnessing me making a fool of myself, Chance Hoffman decided to take pity on me. He’s smart, sexy, charming, and totally out of my league… and for some unexplainable reason, he wants to help me. Who am I to say no? Besides, I need all the assistance I can get.
There are three things that make a woman irresistible.
– A Wicked Sense of Humor; and
– A Killer Rack.
Melany Fitzgerald had none of those things. Or so I thought… until I really got to know her. She’s the total package and she doesn’t even realize it. Now I’m stuck with the uncomfortable task of helping her land another guy, all the while trying to ignore the fact that I’m starting to fall for her.
She thinks she’s an ugly duckling and wants to become a swan. All I want is her. And I’m not giving up without a fight.
Ratings: 5 stars
Story Format: Dual POVs
Published Date: 6th May 2017
I was the damsel in distress, and he was my handsome knight in shining armor.
This book was amazing!!! It was my first book by the author and I truly enjoyed each and every word of it. Chance and Melany were made for each other. It was an epic slow burn book!
So, the story stars with Melany who is shy and a bit awkward in social situations. she tends to ramble of fact of unimportant things when in stress. So, here when Chance meets her for the time, she is at the wedding of her boss. The banter between them was casual and fun and normal, so when Chance’s date introduces herself to Melany, she gets bit of an awkward and starts to ramble out the difference between Wine and Champagne.
“It’s actually sparkling wine. Not champagne.”
“Oh yes! See, I order to be called champagne, it actually has to come from that specific region of champagne, France. That’s right outside Paris. If it’s not from there, its simply sparkling wine. It’s really quite fascinating id you think about it. I mean, all champagne can be called sparkling wine but not all sparkling wine can be called champagne.”
They Both just stared at me like I’d grown a second head – well, in chance’s defense he looked more amused than anything, but still.
Those facts were awesome for my general knowledge but not for Melany. She was so embarrassed by it, it was sad. So, things lead to another and Chance and Melany were now friends. Still Melany with her awkwardness but she was comfortable around Chance to let it go.
Melany here has a five-year long crush on someone from office and she seeks Chance’s help in landing the guy if her dream. Chance ever so lovely, did what she asked even if he was interested in her.
I really enjoyed Chance and Melany’s chemistry, I mean they were friends first with doing all the couple-ly stuff outside of bed room. They were cute as hell.
“Please” he scoffed. “Watching you two at Mahoney’s was like watching an married couple. Any time I try to eat odd Devon’s plate she threated to stab me wit her fork, but you guys acted like it was second nature.”
This is full of friendship and love. it mainly highlighted the area of self-love which I truly enjoyed. It was seriously very light hearted and fun book. If you are in a bad mood or just want to read something fun and enduring read Chance encounters because it will make you feel better. With Melany awkwardness and Chance’s handsomeness.
I felt beautiful when I was around him, cherished, important. But the most significant thing of all was that I felt brave
About the Author
Born and raised around Houston Texas, Jessica spent most of her life complaining about the heat, humidity, and all around pain in the ass weather. It was only as an adult that she quickly realized the cost of living in Houston made up for not being able to breathe when she stepped outside. That’s why God created central air, after all.
Jessica is the mother of a perfect little boy– she refuses to accept that he inherited her attitude and sarcastic nature no matter what her husband says. In addition to being a wife and mom, she’s also a wino, a coffee addict, and an avid lover of all types of books– romances still being her all time favs. Her husband likes to claim that reading is her obsession but she just says it’s a passion…there’s a difference. Not that she’d expect a boy to understand.
Jessica has been writing since she was a little girl, but thankfully grew out of drawing her own pictures for her stories before ever publishing her first book. Because an artist she is not.
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