You've Got Mail meets Grey's Anatomy in this sweet slow-burn, virtual meet-cute romance.
There’s so much going on in Anna’s life. Teaching countless hours at the studio and nurturing the three major relationships of her life – her group of tight-knit friends, all while attempting to not screw up this whole adulthood thing leaves very little time to waste on yet another dating app. At this point, a relationship is off the menu. Being “self-partnered” is more than enough.
A serious relationship has been crossed off Liam Brody’s list of goals, at least for the foreseeable future. Completing his residency and becoming a trauma surgeon is his only priority. Casual relationships, his friends, and books are the only things he’s willing to lose his precious free time to.
When an accidental email starts a deep online connection, both Liam and Anna dive in with zero concern . . . because there’s really no harm in getting close to someone who you’ll never meet in real life, right?
When a turn of events brings their “safe” virtual connection to an unexpected face-to-face, Anna and Liam learn their online chemistry pales in comparison to the real deal. A realization that brings along the bazillion-dollar question – what do you do when you meet The One at the most impossibly wrong time?
** by Mist@ke is book 1 in a standalone series with connected characters, but independent storylines.
I really liked this story! Loved Anna, her attitude and her chickens! But I found quite a few proofreading errors that were hard to ignore.
Anna and Liam
Anna is busy and does not have time for anything. Liam is studying and has no time for anything else. They meet in the most unusual way, accidentally through an email. So a virtual relationship is good for them and it gets hot. Then what happens when they meet? I thought Anna and Liam were good characters and all her friends were funny and interesting. I liked the book. The story itself was good.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
First time reading this author, I would read her again. Not filled with dirty words or continuous sex scenes. Kept me interested, liked the characters.