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King of Code Paperback – September 21, 2017
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"CD Reiss writes the best erotica I have ever read."―Meredith Wild, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Hacker Series.
"No one breaks me like CD Reiss."―Kayti McGee
About the Author
CD Reiss is a New York Times bestseller. She still has to chop wood and carry water, which was buried in the fine print. Her lawyer is working it out with God but in the meantime, if you call and she doesn't pick up, she's at the well, hauling buckets.
Born in New York City, she moved to Hollywood, California to get her master's degree in screenwriting from USC. In case you want to know, that went nowhere, but it gave her a big enough ego to try her hand at novels. She’ll tell you all about it out back, where a cord of wood awaits.
If you meet her in person, you should call her Christine.
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Taylor and Harper aren't your typical romance hero and heroine. These super genius and antisocial techies communicate best in code with a keyboard. While I loved Taylor and he was the one telling the story, I have to say Harper was a little more my favorite. All Taylor wants is to find who is drowning all his hard work before his alleged impenetrable program goes live. Someone managed to hack him and he'll do whatever it takes to fix it before the public finds out. Harper is all too happy to take advantage of his desperation. Desperate herself to find a solution to helping her small hometown, she'll do whatever she has to, to get Taylor's help one way or another. Secrets are uncovered little by little, but they also learn something new about themselves as well as eachother. Harper kicks butt behind a computer, and is also strong as she is smart. She is loyal to a fault and always put everyone before herself, and everyone loves her for it.
Christian Fox did an amazing job bringing Taylor and all these characters of King of Code to life. Really enjoyed following along with the audio making the whole story more real. CD Reiss did an amazing job bringing the tech world to life for me in a way I was able to follow. This was a great start to a great new series! I can not wait to read Keaton, Raven, and Catherine's stories that will follow.
“You push a broom and you think you’re one of us?”
“Nothing had ever felt that good. Nothing except falling on her and burying my face in her neck, drinking in the scent of infinite possibilities.”
“Fields sped by, the perpendicular rows visible one at a time then disappearing into a bicycle-spoke blur. I was the hub of it. The tiny center of a circle larger than the circumference of the horizon.”
THIS STORY! Page after page. Line after line. You'll wear out your highlighter.
I think this particular novel resonates with me more knowing the concerns the author had prior to it being published. But honestly, anytime I read a CD Reiss book, I know to expect the unexpected. Christine’s voice is different, and it is marvelous. Her stories treat the reader like an adult who does not wish to be spoon-fed. King of Code is no exception. It is fast and clever and sexy. It doesn’t follow rules. It’s engaging and complicated and it will tug a little on your heart strings.
The overall theme(s) are beautiful. People are more important than things.
Another winner of a new world build for CD Reiss!
Phew-wie!! So let me point out three reasons I loved this...
*holds up one finger with my free hand*
Until mid-story, I didn't know if I loved the two MCs or thought they were bat-shit cray-cray! So this totally worked for me, cause it made ME bat-shit crazy AND glued to my ereader LOL
*holds two fingers making a V*
Survival, loss, corruption, ego, hope, inequality, lust, control, sacrifice, and so many human conditions exposed. Woot-woot for the cray-cray underbelly of humankind.
Yet still its totally a romance, people!
*holds three fingers up putting a W in your face*
That town Barrington - aka Fucksville, Nowhere, USA - and it's people.
I want more.
Taylor is cocky and a manwhore, and smart to boot. The man knows computer code!! That's geek speak to me, but wrapped in a pretty package it's Taylor!! ❤️🔥
Harper is a bit of an enigma. Just when you think you've got her figured out she pulls another fast one. She's got him right where she wants him.
It's a puzzle to be pieced together and Harper is holding all the important pieces. Each piece given to him for a price. 🔥🔥🔥🔥
There's something about these two that draws you in, even when the story has you confused about the why of it all. Delve into the King of Code and see if you can translate what's going to happen!
I would like to point out I was so very happy Reiss brought out the sexism in this techy world. Harper was amazing and I wanted to reach in and just hug her because the crap she was forced to muddle through simply because she was pretty. All the boys/men/boys? were brought down a few notches and Taylor's growth in regards to it was heartwarming. She was the unsung hero of this story. Can't wait for more!