- File Size: 746 KB
- Print Length: 230 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Acelette Press; 2 edition (January 22, 2016)
- Publication Date: January 22, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01957SCMG
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #531,806 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I love that the books in Allyson Lindt's Bits & Bytes series all feature geeky but hot heroes and heroines. I have read a ton of books, literally, over the past two years and this is the first time I have come across heroes like this and its a nice change. Zane is an awesome hacker who was then recruited by the government to work for the Air Force. After doing that for five years, he has returned home and is trying to figure out what to do for work. Riley, his best friend since high school, works in the insurance industry but also is an artist who draws graphic novels. She tends to dive in head first into relationships only to discover down the road it wasn't right. The problem is, she doesn't know what she is looking for and thinks maybe she doesn't truly know what love feels like. On the other hand, Zane isn't looking for a romantic relationship at all.
Zane adores Riley but knows he is not good enough for her and needs her as his friend. Riley is done with looking for love, but misses being part of a couple. Picking up on where their few rounds of cyber and phone sex left off during Zane's deployment, their best friends status quickly shifts to best friends with benefits. Can they both enjoy the new physical aspects of their relationship without falling for each other? Or will sex ultimately ruin their friendship?
Riley wasn't my favorite person at the beginning of this book based on the quick glimpse I got of her in Conflict of Interest (Bits and Bytes, Book 1). However, I quickly warmed up to her. Yes she is a bit flaky when it comes to relationships, but once I got to learn more about her relationship with Zane, I understood why. Zane is smart and sexy and stubborn as hell. His opinion that he wasn't good enough for Riley was so frustrating and I wanted to go back in time and smack the person who put that idea into his head.
This was a fun book that was perfect for a summer afternoon. I actually read Conflict of Interest and Toeing the Line back to back within 24 hours of each other and enjoyed them both very much. The characters are very real and I was able to really relate to them. I am so glad that I discovered Allyson Lindt's books and I hope there will be more in this series in the near future. I love hot geeks!
I love books when best friends realise that they love each other as more than friends, it fills me with warm fuzzies. But this book did not give me the warm fuzzies. It was okay, but I never felt that I really connected with the characters, so I felt kind of detached from it.
I found Riley to be a bit on the irritating side, and her emotions were quite changable. I also found it annoying that she would get huffy with Zane if he wasn't particularly forthcoming about how he felt about her, when she wasn't either. The poor guy was confused by her for most of the book, and I was right there with him.
Zane was sweet but he was a total pushover when it came to Riley, and I never really understood why. Honestly, I didn't love him either, but he was probably my favourite character.
This is a quick read, with a good pace. What was an interesting storyline just fell a little flat for me. I spent most of the book just urging them to actually talk to each other. It would have solved their 'conflicts' a lot sooner.
This wasn't really for me, because I didn't connect with the characters much and that's a big factor for me to enjoy a book properly.
*I received a review copy from the author, for my honest review.
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