Why I Love Geeks A Why I Love Novel New York City Homicide Detective Chuck Davidson is a guy s guy He likes sports beer and classic cars fancy gadgets not so much When yet another high tech phone goes on the fritz

  • Title: Why I Love Geeks
  • Author: T.A. Chase
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  • Page: 120
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  • A Why I Love Novel New York City Homicide Detective Chuck Davidson is a guy s guy He likes sports, beer, and classic cars fancy gadgets, not so much When yet another high tech phone goes on the fritz, he knows he needs help, and he meets a man who loves technology as much as he hates it cute but awkward biochemist Herbert Pommerset Herb s never been with a man not eA Why I Love Novel New York City Homicide Detective Chuck Davidson is a guy s guy He likes sports, beer, and classic cars fancy gadgets, not so much When yet another high tech phone goes on the fritz, he knows he needs help, and he meets a man who loves technology as much as he hates it cute but awkward biochemist Herbert Pommerset Herb s never been with a man not even on a date He hides behind his research, daydreaming about what it might be like to find someone special A malfunctioning phone causes his path to cross with a sexy older detective, and Herb wishes he d spent less time studying science and learning how to flirt, because he can think of some experiments he d like to conduct with Chuck None of his considerable intelligence is helping him express his desires to the other man Just when it seems they might overcome their differences, Herb s research puts him in danger He s made a discovery that could cost him his life, and Chuck must use his very different talents to rescue the geek he s coming to love.

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    1. T.A. Chase says:

      There is beauty in every kind of love, so why not live a life without boundaries Experiencing everything the world offers fascinates me and writing about the things that make each of us unique is how I share those insights I live in the Midwest with a wonderful partner of thirteen years When not writing, I m watching movies, reading and living life to the fullest.

    2 thoughts on “Why I Love Geeks

    1. Cover - basic. Not at all how I would picture Herb, though's - Herb, a 20-something-year-old biochemist. Chuck, a NYC homicide detective. 3rd person POV alternates between them.I think this book was supposed to be funny. Humor is so very subjective, though, and this did not hit my funny bone. Herb was cute at first. He's a super-smart scientist (as he constantly tells us), finished a couple of PhD's at a young age, is nerdy and has no internal filters so says anything and everything that's on hi [...]

    2. Overall it was cute, but in a somewhat awkward way. It was very heavy on the insta-love between Herb and Chuck, but I can't say that I felt like the romance was really supported. Told from both Chuck and Herb's POV, this is a sweet romance with some mystery, a lot of sexy times, some humor and a lot of awkward cuteness.I kept trying to figure out how old Chuck is - Herb is twenty-seven but has the emotionally maturity of a thirteen year old, but maybe not even that old, because even teenagers de [...]

    3. The plot wasn't horrible, but the editing was a mess. Swapped names, confusing sentence structure and many, many typos.The sentence that made me close the book and take a break? - "Chuck is going to fucking blow a casket when he finds out we did this.” Or how about - "Mr. Burke seems nice for a guy with average intelligent.” This book is about socially inept scientists. For all I know, these, and many others were not editing mistakes, they were the author's choice to illuminate her character [...]

    4. The blurb for "Why I Love Geeks" piqued my interest and I like how the book starts with a meet-cute between third-generation NYC detective Chuck and geeky super scientist Herb. Chuck is the oldest of a large loud family while Herb grew up in boarding schools with no friends. Herb charmingly has no filter, basically saying whatever comes to mind, and Chuck and Herb fall into insta-love as fast as Herb can ask: God, can we be naked… like now? I want to feel you against my skin. I bet you’ll be [...]

    5. I wanted to like this story. You have the big, manly, technophobe cop. You have the cute, twinky geek boy who saves him. You're all set up for a police procedural rom com, and then the plot takes a left turn into borderline Sci Fi territory and then later a left turn into spy fiction.Herb (the geek) went from being cutely enthusiastically talkative to having annoying diarrhea of the mouth. He "researched" sex, but didn't know if you were locked into top/bottom roles. There were copious editing e [...]

    6. In theory this story line is exactly what I should love: geeky guy meets macho hot guy. But it was done so badly that I kind of hated it.Herb wasn't cute and he wasn't funny . He was annoying and pathetic. And the fact that Chuck didn't realize how annoying Herb was, was also annoying. Oh man, don't get me started on the ''mystery," the sub-plot of the story. It was TERRIBLE. For some inconceivable reason, the author decided to throw in this f**king stupid sci-fi element out of no where. All I c [...]

    7. Yeah, I hadn't read this. I loved it. It would have been five stars except there were so many errors in police procedure, research experiment procedure, even bad guy procedure that I could suspend my disbelief (and forget the research the dead guy did)Review maybe coming some day.12/12/13: Okay, when I went to review this book, I couldn't remember what it was about let alone whether I liked it. It was only a week or two later! Less than a month and a half after that, I decided I needed to rate i [...]

    8. I read this while it was being posted as her weekly blog story, and it's one of my favorites! I love Herb and Chuck and how great they are together. I love Herb's complete lack of tact and nonstop motor mouth, and Chuck's complete lack of knowledge about technology like cell phones. It was a light, fun, sweet read and I'm glad to have the whole story to re-read and enjoy! As for those who think the plot is ridiculous, who's to say that this book has to be set in our reality? I dunno, I guess I a [...]

    9. Not many authors can get away with naming one of their heroes Herbert. T.A I think probably gets away with lots of things other writers wouldn't, including allowing said hero a severe case of verbal diarrhea, terminal naivete, and lethal adorable-ness. All this is balanced, of course, buy the other hero, who, in his own right, suffered from the definitive case of "me-Tarzan" alpha syndrome. And yet, I still liked this book an awful lot, because it was an uncomplicated, sweet, and straightforward [...]

    10. This book was nothing short of a cuddle fest. Chuck Davidson is a hardened and withdrawn homicide detective who believes that his line of work and dedication to his job makes him unlovable.Biochemist Herbert Pommerset is exactly his opposite. With a giant ego and a mouth that just can’t stop running, Herb believes that finding love is unlikely. But when he meets Davidson on the sidewalk about to chuck his cellphone under a moving bus, he can’t help but step in to help the guy. He thoroughly [...]

    11. I fell, hard and fast, for Herb, the minute I met him. Then again, I've got a thing for techno geeks. He's just so stinking adorable with how he just says everything that pops into his head. On the opposite side of the spectrum, I was equally fascinated with Chuck, the older homicide detective, who works too much, and can't work basic technology. As far as I was concerned, this was a match made in heaven, and that opinion was formed within two seconds of seeing them talking. They were perfect fo [...]

    12. How to describe this? Put aside all beliefs, suspend reality and you might like this. I actively tried not to take this seriously, so I can at least give it 2 stars.(view spoiler)[I really liked Herb at first and I assumed the story would focus more on the humor of the characters' interactions. But no, the story mainly focuses on the two MC getting together and avoiding Russian/Chinese agents from getting a hold of a wonder drug.Herb was just a chatter box with no filter whatsoever. It was cute [...]

    13. 2.5 pushed to a 3 because I really liked the beginning. When I started reading this I was in the mood for a light hearted romance with a geeky type of guy, and for the first few pages that’s exactly what I got. Herb was perfect as the book smart but oblivious to life kinda guy and Chuck was the perfect foil, being a strong street smart cop.Sadly after a few chapters this book took a turn into a "Carry on" style comedy I wasn't in the mood for. The plot got more and more ridiculous and the sex [...]

    14. 3.5 starsThis book was cute, BUT do people like Herb really exist? I guess he was supposed to be charming in a clueless kind of way, but I thought he was kind of annoying. The story was good and I liked the relationship development, I just think Herb was a little too OTT.

    15. 3.5 Stars! This is a really fun book which is exactly what I wanted! Yea! Chuck and Herb are awful hero names and that makes it so funny. Herb is chatty, socially awkward, virgin, geek genius. So, yeah! Love it. He is funny and sweet.Chuck is really nice and really hot and a detective. There a great deal of mayhem, secondary love story, a great family, and fun romance.The books gets a bit manic and Chuck character could be more develop and there could be more emotionial connection but I had a bl [...]

    16. Even if one of the main characters is a police detective and the other is a biochemist involved in an international affair, Why I Love Geeks is really mostly a comedy. Herbert, a little, naïve and cute geek is the parody of everything you believe a geek should be, smart on books, but totally unprepared to real life, so much that sometime you wonder how he managed to arrive to his age without someone bursting his bubble. But as I said, he is cute, so probably people have no courage to be bad wit [...]

    17. Herb annoys everyone except Chuck. Including me. His voice is so frenzied, it made my blood pressure rise while reading it. The plot was far fetched which actually didn't bother me. But the professionalism, or lack thereof, of a supposed NYC detective did. Unfortunately, I got the follow-up, Why I Love Waiters, at the same time I got this one. I decided to read it, hoping it would be better. But guess what? It is the exact same book with different names and jobs. When the love interest met the M [...]

    18. I absolutely loved this book! Herb and Chuck were just what I needed after a run of intense, angst-filled books. Herb's lack of filter was hilarious and romance was both sweet and hot. Chuck was a perfect blend of alpha male, romantic, and family man. I would kill for a man like him! The side plot of murder and crazy science fit right in and I loved Chuck's family and partner. I would love to read Burke and McKinley's story and I am definitely going to be reading the second book about Chuck's br [...]

    19. @20% - good christ, Herb is annoying. I hope he calms down a bit. And Chuck is getting on my nerves because he thinks Herb is cute and not annoying at all.@53% - I'm giving up. Herb has not gotten any better. He may be a super-smart scientist, but he has the mental maturity of a 12 year old.I guess I wont rate this one since its going on the DNF pile.

    20. I read this as a blog story and I'm still going to buy the ebook when it comes out. I love Herb. There were many moments of out loud laughter during Herb's monologues. And Chuck is a sexy, sexy man. The two of them together made for some great reading.

    21. After reading the blurb, I was really happy and doing the happy dance. A geek and a detective. What’s not to love? Well, actually a lot.Chuck is a really nice guy. I liked him a lot. But he’s not developing at all. At the end he’s still the same nice Chuck we met at the beginning. Though I wouldn’t praise him for his detective skills.Herb. Oh this isn’t easy. He’s --- ANNOYING! Really! How many times can one character say he’s smart and clever and the most intelligent being on eart [...]

    22. I liked this, but I didn't think it was great. I could have dealt with less of the mystery and more with their relationship. Like Chuck kept saying, it takes a strong person to deal with a homicide detectives hours. Always leaving in the middle of the night, getting called in on holidays, missing birthday parties, etc. It takes a toll on a relationship. However, with Herb working long hours too, it just might work out. I guess I would have liked to have seen this story take a different turn than [...]

    23. Being the smartest and genius apparently didn't make a 27 years old Herb mature. He's more like a 17 years old, act and sounds. At first, it was cute but the no filter mouth, and this naive personality bored me easily. I think he's the most annoying motormouth innocent MC I have ever 'met'. And as for an 'innocent' person, he surely a most horny one. Speaking of double standard. Or incostitency? No idea.I also annoyed of their PDA all the time, at work, in front of Herb's boss, at work, while wo [...]

    24. Strives too hard to be funny and it isn't. Herb's rambling is cute and there is some chemistry between him and Chuck but Chuck's calling Herb "little one" is paternalistic and not sexy. Added to which, the dialogue's stilted and unreal fact, most of the writing rings untrue, such as the cse and the jargon being used to describe it. Laughableexcept not, it's just ridiculous. So, no, this one is a no go.

    25. free read on TA Chase blog: 2 starsThe plot was really really weak, sometimes even unbelievable (so not to say ridiculous). I won't comment the science part I just hope the author did more research before publishing this title.

    26. Seriously cute and adorable with some pretty funny moments. Herb is a darling and Chuck is a sweetheart under his gruff exterior. Fun read and light escapism

    27. ***3.75 Stars*** Why I love Geeks is a cute, funny story. We open to Chuck getting ready to toss his cellphone into traffic because he can’t figure out how to work it and Herb being the technical hero that stops the murder lol.Herb. He was by far the best character in this book. He’s a rambler, babbler, no filtered, geeky genius. This virginal biochemist steals the entire story. He’s was so fabulous that anytime he wasn’t on page I felt his absence. Not to say that Chuck wasn’t great b [...]

    28. You can't help but fall in love with Herb the insanely intelligent yet somewhat naive geek who has absolutely no internal filter. Chuck, the hot and sexy tough guy detective fell for him hard and fast. This is a sweet and sexy romance with an interesting murder/mystery investigation that pulls both men into the fray. Looking forward to book 2!

    29. Okay, I’m pretty sure this is the best book I’ve ever read by this author. It was great fun.This is a really cute take on the absent-minded, socially awkward intellectual.What an odd question. Why did it matter where he and Chuck were? It wasn’t like Chuck dragged him in here and forced himself on him. Herb blinked, the image of being bent over his desk while Chuck fucked him superimposed itself over the actual sight before him. Christ, that would be awesome. He might have to discuss an ev [...]

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