You can’t divorce yourself from love…
Emily Saturn’s world is spinning out of control. An intellectual property lawyer, she’s gone rogue from her firm, dealing with a major lawsuit against a predatory software company’s CEO pro bono. When she isn’t looking for elusive evidence she can use—legally, of course—she’s trying to avoid her soon-to-be ex-husband, Bobby March.
After their whirlwind courtship and wedding, Bobby can’t pinpoint what went wrong between them. He’s been working for months on his new career and personal growth, determined to be the man his wife deserves. Desperate to get her attention, Bobby invites Emily to a series of individually designed virtual escape rooms, each one a moment from their love story. Hopefully, the sexy, romantic trip down memory lane will rekindle their intense connection—and clue him in as to how to fix this.
Emily has never been able to resist a puzzle. Or, frankly, Bobby. The more she interacts with her husband online, the more she wants to see him again in person. Which is beyond stupid because Emily knows he’s wrong for her. Right?
Dayton's moving final Tech-nically Love romance (after Scammer Girl) allows an estranged married couple to find their way back to each other. Intellectual property lawyer Emily Saturn left her husband, Bobby March, mere months after their San Francisco wedding. She couldn't diagnose why she was miserable when he was so fun, smart, and caring, but she hoped relocating to New York would bring some clarity. Like Emily, the somewhat directionless Bobby, a programmer, has started over, moving to Chicago and trying to make himself into the man he thinks Emily deserves. Now, in an effort to win her back, he sends her virtual escape rooms recreating key moments in their relationship, which succeed in both softening Emily's heart and allowing readers glimpses into the best days of their romance. The pair finally reconnect in person as Emily works a pro bono case taking down a software company that steals content from young creators. Dayton's fans will be glad to see some series-long conflicts resolve, though it does make this outing less of a standalone than the ones that came before it and may put off new readers. The love story itself is stirring and emotional, and Emily and Bobby's second chance feels well-earned. It's a worthy finale. Agent: Janna Bonikowski, Knight Agency.