By Michelle McCaw
Book 3 in the Synergy Workplace Series, but also a standalone novel
Publication Date: April 30, 2023
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance, Opposites Attract
While typing in the book in my Kobo Nia, my fat fingers accidentally hit this book instead.
Oh well, I took it as a sign, so I decided to read it.
I love series that also can be standalone novels, and this book was recently added to my library as I got it for free thanks to BookBub. It’s safe to say that this will not be my last McCraw novel. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.
Sam is a computer programmer and is currently working on a program to help scientists write their scientific papers.
Instead, her program writes a novel, which gets published.
Sam suddenly finds herself on a book tour with fantasy writer Naill.
Naill had met Sam before, six months prior at a fundraiser when in inadvertently gave her dog Bilbo Baggins some cheese.
Up until that point, Naill had server writer’s block, but this chance meeting with Sam unfurls his writer’s block. Now he finds himself on a book tour with her, and she’s written a book?
It doesn’t take long for the chemistry between Sam and Naill to ignite, but Sam’s secret has the power to rip up Naill’s world and everything that he believes in.
There is no denying that AI technology is here to stay.
Ai however is only as good as the person that is behind the AI.
You could give the exact same ingredients to Gordan Ramsey and myself, but who would make the better meal? The same applies to AI.
I thoroughly enjoyed Trip Me Up, Sam and Nial are very opposites attract, but similar at the same time. She’s a computer nerd, and he is a writer who grew up on an organic farm. Yet both of them have to deal with overbearing parents.
A slow-burn opposite attracts novel, that I think fans of Emily Henry will enjoy.