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Taylor Harden burst into this dead rust belt town to strangle the guy who hacked his unhackable system. But the guy turned out to be a girl. And she'll be happy to unlock his system on one condition. Teach her how to please a man. Step by step. Kissing unlocks a partition. Touching unlocks another. Using your mouth to... How far is this crazy girl going to go? Harper hacked Taylor for a reason. They have a history and he has a filthy sexual reputation. Taylor's going to help her seduce Everett Fitzgerald, the man who can save her town, her cousin, all her friends. She's got one chance to get it right, but she has no experience with men. They hate each other. They can't keep away from each other. They're decoding each other like invading viruses, until the day Everett shows up and the code starts running.
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Taylor Harden is the “King of Code”. A hacker who turned those skills into a profitable company. So when his precious system is taken down he’s determined to find out who did it and make them pay. He didn’t know this hacker was going to turn his entire world around.
Harper Watson was desperate to save her hometown. A town her family made and slowly destroyed. While she and her sister what they could for the townspeople left behind, she made the ultimate decision to hack the ‘unhackable’ and get him to her little town in hopes of saving it.
This was a hard story for me to get into. I loved the premise of the story, but I couldn’t connect with the characters. Taylor and Harper didn’t seem to have the kind of chemistry that would make me believe their romance. They lacked passion or an intimacy that would have me believing this was a couple I needed to get behind. I generally love CD Reiss’ character because of them being quirky, flawed and realistic. But these two didn’t work for me.
Taylor and Harper together may not have worked for me, but the secondary characters kept my attention. I’m interested in what might come next from the next books in this series based on these characters.
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