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Peek Inside Love, Technically

Billionaire CEO and computer whiz Noah Frellish is done with the world only seeing him for his bank account. So when Michelle Kolson mistakes him for a help desk technician, Noah can't help but play along...through every sexy, romantic moment. Suddenly, Michelle's job lands on the chopping block and nothing is what it seems. And unless Noah can prove he’s still the sexy nerd she fell for, he’ll lose the only woman who sees him for the man he is.

Love, Technically

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She’s falling for his alter-ego…

Noah Frellish is a king amongst geeks. As CEO of Chicago’s hottest tech company, he’s done with the world only seeing him for his money—especially when it comes to romance. So when he helps a beautiful employee with a printer problem and she mistakes him for a help desk technician? Well, Noah can’t help but play along…through every sexy, romantic moment.

Small-town girl Michelle Kolson loves life in Chicago, not to mention her work at a cutting-edge tech company. A whirlwind romance with a hot coworker is the cherry on her happy life sundae—until her job lands on the chopping block.

Suddenly, nothing is what it seems, and Michelle finds out the man she fell headfirst into bed with actually owns the company. If Noah’s going to convince the sweet, small-town girl to stay in the big city, he’ll have to prove he’s still the sexy nerd she fell for.

Previously released on Entangled’s Ever After imprint


"Love, Technically is a very enjoyable story." - Sapphyria's Book Reviews

"The story is simple, so sweet, romantic and I love it :)."--Eli Yanti, Goodreads

"If you're looking for a fast, fun, light office romance with a touch of spice, give this one a try."--Sophia, NetGalley

"It's one of those sweet romance short stories that is worth reading. You have to love those smart guys. Of course it's a bonus if they're hot!"--Suzanne Critelli, Goodreads

Additional Details

ISBN: 9781622662210
Release Date: Jan 19, 2015
Page Count: 127
Imprint: lovestruck
Genre: contemporary, romantic comedy
Tropes: boss and employee, mistaken identity

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By Amy R July 18, 2013

I have a soft spot for tech geeks. Mainly because I married one. He isn't a billionaire CEO, but I am pretty sweet on him. When I saw Love, Technically by Lynne Silver come up for review and read the blurb I knew I had to read it. It was such a fun story. For those that work in the corporate world, ...more

By Eli July 27, 2013

When you are working in one company and you even don't aware that you are meet, talk and even love the guy who has mutual feeling with you and the big surprise "he is a CEO of the company? Wow, ofcourse I really want it especially if the guy is like Noah :D

The story is simple, so sweet, romantic and ...more

By Sophia August 08, 2013

Normally when I read the word 'billionaire' in a blurb or title these days, I back away quickly not even giving the book more than a glance because of how saturated the market is with billionaire romances. Something made me grab it up to give this one by a new to me author a try. I am soooo glad tha ...more

By Erin August 05, 2013

*****3.5 stars****

As much as I love a sexy bad boy, I freely admit I have a weakness for a hot techie geek, too. Noah Frellish is just that as the rich founder and CEO of LiteWave Tech, and he may not be a smooth-talker like the rebels out there, but I was still smitten!

When Michelle mistook Noah f ...more

By Suzanne July 29, 2013

You gotta love hot computer geeks!

I won an ARC from a giveaway the author held. I'm so glad I won this! This is a short story that has a lot of content and romance to keep in interesting.

The story has small town girl Michelle Kolson, who always dreamed of living in the city. Her father is the only o ...more

By Angie December 14, 2014

I received an ARC through NetGalley.

I adore nerd romances, and Love, Technically was no exception! It all starts with a printer problem. Noah comes to Michele’s rescue, and she mistakes him for a geek from the company’s help desk. Noah doesn’t mean to lie about his identity, but he was happy to fina ...more

By Sabrina August 28, 2013

If you are looking for a nice easy fast read you will like Love Technically. I read it in one evening. Even though, it's a simple storyline, it's so well written that you will find yourself just sitting back, relaxing and enjoying the book.

Noah Frellish (AKA Sark to his friends) is a computer genius ...more

By Janell August 03, 2013

A cute, fast read. After stopping/starting several books this past week w/ depressing characters/stories, I needed this little pick-me-up! It's the classic case of mistaken identity: He's the billionaire boss, but she doesn't know it. He likes that she's the only one who treats him like a normal per ...more

By Enaya January 06, 2018

omg this was such a cute story! It was a little short for my taste, but it ended on a good note and I literally couldn't put it down. Can't wait to read more books by Lynne Silver! ...more

By Bree August 15, 2013

Michelle has taken the plunge and moved from her tiny town to Chicago where she gets a job in the call centre department of an IT company. In her first week, she’s waging war with a printer that won’t co-operate when a young and very good-looking man comes to her rescue. Introducing himself as “Sark ...more

By Sapphyria August 08, 2013

Michelle Kolson is originally from the small town of Minsker, Iowa. Wanting more for her life she ventures to Chicago where she lands a job in the call center of LiteWave Tech. One night, during her first week of employment, she has difficulty printing and is approached by another employee that help ...more

By Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe) August 05, 2013

Though Michelle came off as unbelievably naive, this was a fun and uplifting read. It pushed all the right buttons for me, from the nerd hero to the ambitious heroine.

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Some stories just push the right buttons for me, and Love, Technically did exactly that. There was times when I was ...more

By Kristine July 23, 2013

I must say that when I started this book I was in a horrible frame of mind. I had just finished one of the worst books/series that I’ve ever read, then after painfully making myself just make it to the end of the book to FINALLY finish it – I find out that the author answers absolutely nothing and t ...more

By Liz August 05, 2013

This was my first book by author Lynne Silver, and I’ll definitely be adding more. I found her writing to be enjoyable with an easy flow and entertaining storyline. I’ve read a couple of “geek romances” and I have to say, this is a sub-genre that is quickly rising to the top of my favorites. Love, T ...more

By Tory July 25, 2013

Overall, this was a cute book. I actually didn't have a problem in believing the initial mistake Michelle makes in not figuring out who Noah is. After all, he looked different in the pictures and he introduced himself by his nickname, which in his experience, everyone knew was his nickname. I even d ...more

By Lori August 01, 2013

When I got to the third page where Sark is wearing a shirt that reads "There's no place like," I realized two things. First, I am *such* a nerd for getting that joke *and* laughing, and second, I was probably going to really enjoy this book. Turns out, at the end of the novel, I can say th ...more

By Janell August 01, 2013

This review also posted on Red Hot Books.

You guys can have all the tough, silent Alpha men with their protectiveness and dominance. I’ll just keep all the lean geeky Beta boys to myself, okay?

This is a pretty short book, probably qualifying as a novella, about Michelle and Sark. Michelle has just mo ...more

By Shawnie August 24, 2013

Love technically is your basic modern day fairy tale story, with all the elements that make it one. The super rich hero, the "struggling" heroine, and a misunderstanding. Its the same old story, told in a slightly different way. But I liked it anyway.

Our heroine is a small town girl from Iowa. Mich ...more

By Ambur August 07, 2013

Right from the description, I was hooked on Love, Technically! I thought that it sounded like a sweet romance, and that's exactly what it was. The characters were wonderful, and while the book wasn't all that long, Lynne Silver made me fall completely in love with them and kept me totally wrapped up ...more

By Kame August 15, 2013

Michelle has decided to take a chance. She has moved away from her small hometown in Iowa. Away from the life her mother expected her to live, leaving behind the high school sweetheart everyone thought she would marry for a chance to experience big city life. She is in Chicago and with little experi ...more

By Bridget July 24, 2013

Where my nerds at? Got a thing for computer savvy, anime reading, smarty pants, gamer guys? Look no further, ladies. You want to read Love, Technically. Noah Frellish, aka Sark, is a nerdy billionaire. Instead of business suits he wears shirts he bought of Think (great site, btw). He is rel ...more

By Blushing July 30, 2013

Star Rating: 4 out of 5
Heat Rating: Mild/Simmers

Love, Technically is a book that will leave you smiling, especially on those days when you want to read a book that is simple, yet sweet and easy to fall into. I picked up this novella, sat down and before I knew it I was done!

I fell in love with Sark ...more

By Lynn August 08, 2013

5 GB Stars!!!

I cannot even imagine how to properly put into words how much I loved Lynne Silver's Love, Technically. It was refreshing, heartfelt, and full of all the good qualities of a love story. But not just any love story. The love story of a geeky computer guy, well, an extremely wealthy CEO g ...more

By Char (1RadReader59) July 26, 2013

This was a very cute story the characters were very endearing and fun to follow along. They were not what I was expecting I thought this was going to be a story about just geeks falling in love but it had more depth than I thought. It was about Michelle who goes to Chicago from Iowa. Leaving her lif ...more

By LJT June 25, 2016

Love Technically by Lynne Silver is a sweet and well written novella. I was able to connect with all the characters because they have depth, personality and realism. This is a fast-paced short story that can be read in one afternoon while sipping a refreshing drink.

Sexy Iowa native Michelle Kolson w ...more

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Lynne Silver

About the author

Lynne Silver

Lynne Silver, award winning author, began her writing career at a very young age publishing scads of books with crayon and construction paper. In college, she abandoned her craft to study other authors’ novels with a focus on American Literature. Her professional career had her writing fiction of a different sort. She drafted press releases and marketing communications for technology companies. After the birth of her children, she focused on her own fiction career writing several terrible novels before joining the Romance Writers of America and the Washington Romance Writers to perfect her craft. She lives in Washington, D.C. with her husband and two children.

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