Review: The Wrong Kind of Compatible

Cassie Howard is a hard working data analyst and the last thing she needs is the new analyst, Drew Kerrigan, who has come in and started taking credit for work she has done. Part of the problem is that sometimes things that come into her head just pop right out of her mouth. And some of the things she is thinking about Drew shouldn’t be said out loud.

Drew Kerrigan has always found computers easier to understand than people. But the undercover F.B.I. agent never expected to find his suspect to be gorgeous and sexy. Now he has to work hard on ferreting out the truth or lose his heart.

THE WRONG KIND OF COMPATIBLE is a cute, steamy, sexy and fun read. Author Kadie Scott gives a good look at nerd world of analysts and computers, but in a way that we who are not so savvy can understand. Cassie and Drew are an amazingly perfect couple, but of course, things had to get a little sideways for them. After her mom and his friend talked to them separately they finally managed to work toward finding the truth. Then his grand announcement that he loved her in front of her co-workers was very dramatic and would have garnered applause anywhere. Loved the secondary characters, who seemed like everyday people you would find in any office and even the bad guys came out as a bit of a surprise.

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