Best guide to dating a geek piper vaughn epub

best guide to dating a geek piper vaughn epub

Ask it above. The Party Boy's Guide to Dating a Geek. By Xara X. Xanakas & Piper Vaughn. Adult. Ashley Byrne only wants one thing in life: to finish his tattoo apprenticeship and fulfill his dream of owning his own shop He’s hot, and rest assured no one knows it better than him. He’s also used to getting what he wants—until he meets Felipe Navarro. Fee Navarro has everything he needs: a great IT job, a nice apartment, and all the high-tech toys his geeky heart could ever want. He doesn’t do casual, and he knows guys like Ash are nothing but Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html. First 20% Sample: epub mobi (Kindle) lrf more Online Reader. pdb.

best guide to dating a geek piper vaughn epub

Ashley Byrne only wants one thing in life: to finish his tattoo apprenticeship and fulfill his dream of owning his own shop. In the meantime, he spends his nights partying, flirting, and having sex. After all, what else is there for him to worry about? Aside from his hair and his clothes, not much. He’s hot, and rest assured no one knows it better than him. He’s also used to getting what he wants—until he meets Felipe Navarro. Fee Navarro has everything he needs: a great IT job, a nice apartment, and all the high-tech toys his geeky heart could ever want.

He doesn’t do casual, and he knows guys like Ash are nothing but. Ash may burn hot for Fee, but Fee isn’t willing to take a chance on a vain, little party boy with too many tats and an oversized ego. He wants someone to share his life with, and he won’t settle for anything less.

Too bad Ash has never been the type to give up easily. He has a plan, and he’s not stopping until he proves he’s more than just a pretty face—he’s someone worthy of winning Fee’s heart. Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html


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best guide to dating a geek piper vaughn epub

Ashley Byrne only wants one thing in life: to finish his tattoo apprenticeship and fulfill his dream of owning his own shop. In the meantime, he spends his nights partying, flirting, and having sex. After all, what else is there for him to worry about? Aside from his hair and his clothes, not much. He's hot, and rest assured no one knows it better than him. He's also used to getting what he wants--until he meets Felipe Navarro.

Fee Navarro has everything he needs: a great IT job, a nice apartment, and all the high-tech toys his geeky heart could ever want. He doesn't do casual, and he knows guys like Ash are nothing but. Ash may burn hot for Fee, but Fee isn't willing to take a chance on a vain little party boy with too many tats and an oversized ego.

He wants someone to share his life with, and he won't settle for anything less. Too bad Ash has never been the type to give up easily. He has a plan, and he's not stopping until he proves he's more than just a pretty face--he's someone worthy of winning Fee's heart.


best guide to dating a geek piper vaughn epub

Ashley Byrne only wants one thing in life: to finish his tattoo apprenticeship and fulfill his dream of owning his own shop.

In the meantime, he spends his nights partying, flirting, and having sex. After all, what else is there for him to worry Ashley Byrne only wants one thing in life: to finish his tattoo apprenticeship and fulfill his dream of owning his own shop. In the meantime, he spends his nights partying, flirting, and having sex. After all, what else is there for him to worry about? Aside from his hair and his clothes, not much. He’s hot, and rest assured no one knows it better than him.

He’s also used to getting what he wants—until he meets Felipe Navarro. Fee Navarro has everything he needs: a great IT job, a nice apartment, and all the high-tech toys his geeky heart could ever want. He doesn’t do casual, and he knows guys like Ash are nothing but. Ash may burn hot for Fee, but Fee isn’t willing to take a chance on a vain, little party boy with too many tats and an oversized ego.

He wants someone to share his life with, and he won’t settle for anything less. Too bad Ash has never been the type to give up easily. He has a plan, and he’s not stopping until he proves he’s more than just a pretty face—he’s someone worthy of winning Fee’s heart. Get a copy • • • Ash is a tatted up pretty boy who likes to party and hopes to one day open up his own tattoo shop.

Fee is a geeky IT guy and Star Wars fanatic. No way should these two be attracted to each other but, the heart wants what the heart wants and Ash's heart wants Fee. As much as Ash is a tatted up pretty boy who likes to party and hopes to one day open up his own tattoo shop.

Fee is a geeky IT guy and Star Wars fanatic. No way should these two be attracted to each other but, the heart wants what the heart wants and Ash's heart wants Fee.

As much as Fee tries to fight it he wants Ash too. I wish I was better at writing reviews because this book was all kinds of awesome and I know I won't be able to express how much I loved it. And I did love it. It's just the right amount of sweet and sexy and the build up to when these two get together is pretty much perfect and Ash and Fee are perfect together.

Ash and Fee's friends are a big part of the story as well and I have it from a reliable source that some of them will be getting their own story too:).

Thanks Piper and Xara for letting me read it early. You guys are the best!! And did I mention that the sex scenes are holymotherofgod smoking hot??!! Well, they are:). • • ~SEXY NERD!!!~ OMG my ass is just all kinds of love in love with this story just all kinds of love. It was sexy, funny, and just cotton candy sweet without the toothache. I was expecting to like this one but I was not expecting to love it, this one is a 5+ Pants Off. Ash is ~SEXY NERD!!!~ OMG my ass is just all kinds of love in love with this story just all kinds of love.

It was sexy, funny, and just cotton candy sweet without the toothache. I was expecting to like this one but I was not expecting to love it, this one is a 5+ Pants Off. Ash is the pretty party boy and he makes no apologies about it. He can get anyone he wants and knows he's above average when it comes to looks and all that. As a tattoo artist, he has dreams of opening a tattoo parlour with his best bud but until then he's gonna party the night away and also fuck it away.

When he runs in to Fee while helping his brother's girlfriend move his initial reaction is geek and not interested. Suddenly he's getting all hot under the collar for Fee and decides to make a move because after all what geek is gonna turn him down. Well, Fee turns him down and Ash is left in shock but he knows the man is interested so he goes on the offensive.

I am talking the dating guide that shows you how to connect with your geek. Learn his lingo to ultimately get in his pants and win his heart. Ash is having a hard time of it and is making a fool of himself in the process. Maybe, Fee is not interested and who could blame him. He has past dirty deeds longer than his arm and Fee looks like he would be in it for the long run. Ash is thinking maybe with Fee he could think about forever too.

I just loved the hell out of Ash. He is so funny and cute and really shined in the book. I enjoyed how he ultimately stopped trying so hard and went about being himself. Fee is now my new CLIF (character I'd love to fuck.

I stole this from Amy Lane). He's all geeky but when you let him out of his cage, he sets the sheet and your pants on fire. Omo, I need a . The build up of the relationship between the men was done very well. It started as friendship but developed in a very believable long lasting love.

The sex is not frequent but when it does happened, GAWD I literally hyperventilated. I read so much sex that most of the time I don't really notice a difference. I noticed it here. Maybe it’s all to do with Fee's cool exterior but man.... Shit was hot. There relationship is also set in motion by supporting characters, characters I am very much looking forward to getting their own books (Ahem Jae) can never have too many sexy Korean characters.

Kudos to Piper Vaughn and Xara Xanakas for writing such an awesome book. I now dub you guys a Dynamic Duo, and your geeky ways knows no bounds. I now really want to go to a steampunk costume party, so I can drool all over the sexiness. I recommend this, and hope you fall in love with Ash and Fee as much as I did.

• • 3.65* I love the idea of this story, opposites attract, geek vs party boy... For some reason I had a bit of trouble really getting into it, the first third was difficult for me , I kept wondering why on earth Ash kept trying to get to Fee? I understood the challenge of it and t 3.65* I love the idea of this story, opposites attract, geek vs party boy...

For some reason I had a bit of trouble really getting into it, the first third was difficult for me , I kept wondering why on earth Ash kept trying to get to Fee? I understood the challenge of it and that he was attracted and felt that it was reciprocated, but..i guess lucky for them Ash is tenacious, I didn't like the hot/cold or actually more cool/colder thing Fee had going on. And imo Ash really came close to crossing into stalker territory. And what's with Mari and Jack? [ I'm not a fan of bad mouthing or telling/talking about people being their back, Fee knows all about Ash's history, yet Ash hadn't heard of Fee ever before!It all happens Off Page, but it had to have happened.

hmmm ] Finally around 50% it picked up for me and I got into the story and started enjoying it. [ and a plus I think no actual 'real' sex till about 80%, now if the solo jerk-off scene had been left out I would have been even happier! :) ] The friends were a nice group, and it was good to see a couple that doesn't live in a 'love bubble' during the whole story, on the other hand, I didn't see a lot of couple time..where they actually were a couple.

The 'conflict' at the end fortunately didn't drag on, but again here I'm sort of partial to Ash, even if he should have behaved differently initially. [ Ash should have gone over and let Fee explain, as he wanted, and not just hung up, but Fee never talked about his Dad and shut him down at most of the real person questions he asked..and I guess I think just once I would have liked Fee to make the effort and either go to Ash( after it happened) or for heaven's sake, text, email what ever and say you can't come by and to please come and see him..again here it seemed to me as of Ash had to always make the move..and Fee gets to decide at what speed and to what extent!

I never warmed to Fee and that probably diminished my enjoyment a bit. ] It was a cute read and I enjoyed the second half, but these are just my niggles, most people will probably love this book and I will pick up the next one and hope Ty, Jae or Carley or even Donavan get their stories! • • I have the same reaction with . All through the book, I can only think of this: " Ash, maybe Fee is just not into you...".

The thing is, the story is one sided, we only get Ash's perspective. So while Ash grows up (so to speak) in the story, from the party boy (though I I have the same reaction with . All through the book, I can only think of this: " Ash, maybe Fee is just not into you...". The thing is, the story is one sided, we only get Ash's perspective.

So while Ash grows up (so to speak) in the story, from the party boy (though I don't get the evidence a lot from here, only from what people 'said' about Ash, or what Ash thinks of himself) to this one who care about Fee, but the stand-offish attitude from Fee left me cold. Even when Ash and Fee get together, I don't feel any proof that Fee feels for Ash, the way Ash feels for him.

Fee still leaves Ash hanging (Fee rarely text, email, phones, whenever he is late) and that one huge secret in the end -- well, if Fee loves Ash, I think he should at least let Ash in, and confides in him. Oh, and the way that Fee judges Ash from his reputation (which he hears from others) and dimisses Ash's worries about Donovan, that doesn't win him any point from me. I am also VERY annoyed on how Jack (Ash's brother) and his girlfriend, Mari, talk about Ash to Fee behind Ash's back.

In addition, they never even give Ash a little clue, that " Fee is asking about Ash sometimes" and lets Ash thinks that Fee doesn't have any interest in him. By half mark, I just don't care about this relationship and wish that Ash ends up with Jae (he can cook!) instead *shrugs* So the 'nice' rating is for Ash and his character's development... If you ask me about the love story itself? I can only give it 2 stars. • • Oh, Ash Byrne. The man who’s first name is the product of his last name.

Tattoo apprentice, party boy extraordinaire, flighty, shallow, slutty, satisfied with coasting and looking for just a good time. Or is he? Ash is so much more than he seems at first glance, and watching Oh, Ash Byrne. The man who’s first name is the product of his last name.

Tattoo apprentice, party boy extraordinaire, flighty, shallow, slutty, satisfied with coasting and looking for just a good time. Or is he? Ash is so much more than he seems at first glance, and watching him mature throughout this story was enchanting.

It’s a little bit sad as he begins the change from immature to grown up and hears confirmation from others (shocked surprise that he’s not going out clubbing, more shock that he’s not getting wasted, surprise that he’s not hooking up) that his reputation is as bad as he made it. “Is that really what you think of me?” Seeing yourself like that, it’s tough. When he is taken by surprise by his attraction to the nerdy Fee, Ash turns to the Clumsy Cupid Instruction Manual to find out how to get this geek to say yes.

Imagine! The geek turned down Ash. No one does that, so the challenge is on. The fact that Fee is a friend of Ash’s brothers girlfriend doesn’t necessarily help the connection. They won’t give out any info on Fee. So Ash does the cool thing – he stalks him. This story is just all kinds of sweet, funny and lovely. Ash, coasting on his looks, actually needs to work for someone. Fee is nervous, charming and attracted but not giving in.

Ash is determined that Fee is going to go out with him, at least once, and he goes to great lengths to try to show Fee what he’s missing. He makes a fool of himself at a book club meeting, crashes a birthday party, pesters his brother and his girlfriend for Fee’s number, all because he was turned down. Or so he tells himself. Then he starts to get to know Fee and realizes, the physical is great and the internal is more amazing. For his part, Fee is a great character, shy, nervous and then charming and endearing.

He comes across badly at first, but manages to win over Ash’s friends with the real him. The conversation when Carley (Ash’s roommate) tells Fee about Ash snoring and farting in his sleep made me laugh out loud. That is real life stuff and it was so funny. Fee’s first dance with Ash, awesome. Fee’s first run in with Gil, an Ash former hookup, during that dance, not so great for either of them.

The hard part is that both Ash and Fee have friends who point out the differences between them, mostly on the negative side for Ash. Being from Chicago, I read very carefully the information regarding Ash and Fee making Chicago-style hotdogs and I was pleased to see it done correctly. There is a line in the book that summed up so much for me. “Gil was enough before I knew I was capable of wanting more”.

Incredible, Ash. That thought is one of the best I’ve read in a long time, because there are so many people who don’t realize they are capable of wanting more. Loved it. The writing style is smooth and easy, with chapters broken up by information from the Party Boy’s Dating Guide, which was accurate and funny. This is a romantic, happy book, even at the difficult parts, and it made me smile. Very recommended. • • I loved this for all of the Geek Dating chapter excerpts that were included.

Those had me laughing they were so clever and on point. Well done. I liked these guys, Ash especially, it took me a bit to warm up to Fee though. He was too much of a mystery and it hurt his charact I loved this for all of the Geek Dating chapter excerpts that were included.

Those had me laughing they were so clever and on point. Well done. I liked these guys, Ash especially, it took me a bit to warm up to Fee though.

He was too much of a mystery and it hurt his character for me. I felt a bit like Carey in thinking that he treated Ash badly I would have loved a POV from him or even battling chapters from their respective guide books. That would have been fantabulous. This is a simple story with a little bit of angst. I liked reading how Ash grew up a bit as the story progressed. I'm looking forward to more of these because I want to know what's up with Ty.

• • This is a fun, light story about a party boy, Ash, who falls for a really good-looking, nerdy guy (Fee) who appears to want nothing to do with him. Ash isn't about to give up, though, and he goes so far as to buy a manual - a guide to translating geek-speak and behavior, and This is a fun, light story about a party boy, Ash, who falls for a really good-looking, nerdy guy (Fee) who appears to want nothing to do with him.

Ash isn't about to give up, though, and he goes so far as to buy a manual - a guide to translating geek-speak and behavior, and figuring out how to approach the man of his dreams. If you can overlook the improbability that Fee can be that hot and perfect physically, when he spends all his time in sedentary pursuits, and believe that he can attract Ash that hard and fast, then this is amusing. It's a bit slow to get off the ground, but a lot of fun.

The best bits for me were actually the "guidebook" sections (since as the spouse of a geek they rang wonderfully true.) I liked some of the setbacks (winced at and loved the awkward bookclub meeting), and the secondary characters.

Ash begins as a bit stalkerish, and Fee as cold, but there is some nice progression and by the end I could believe they were building something lasting. • • 4.5 stars! I really enjoyed this one. It was slow getting started, but once it got rolling, I had a hard time putting it down. Ash is the stereotypical carefree party boy. Always looking for a good time, a quick hookup. Fee is a geek.

Star Wars obsessed, book club leader, th 4.5 stars! I really enjoyed this one. It was slow getting started, but once it got rolling, I had a hard time putting it down.

Ash is the stereotypical carefree party boy. Always looking for a good time, a quick hookup. Fee is a geek. Star Wars obsessed, book club leader, thick black nerd chic glasses. This is not a simple case of opposites attract. Ash pursues Fee relentlessly, bordering on stalkerish, but Fee keeps turning him down.

Ash has a bit of a reputation and Fee is more of a “relationship” type guy. I enjoyed watching them get past Ash’s past and learn to trust each other. I noticed that Ash’s issues with his best friend Ty were not resolved in the end. I’m wondering if that was left open because he has his own book coming up next? *fingers crossed* • • 3.5 stars Cute, low on angst, and very easy reading, but something was missing.

I never felt that Fee was as invested in the relationship as Ash, maybe because we get only Ash's POV. I wanted more steam, fewer misunderstandings. And what's up with all the loose ends, especial 3.5 stars Cute, low on angst, and very easy reading, but something was missing.

I never felt that Fee was as invested in the relationship as Ash, maybe because we get only Ash's POV. I wanted more steam, fewer misunderstandings. And what's up with all the loose ends, especially the side plot regarding Ash's friend Ty? This book felt like it was set up for a series that never materialized. I did love the opposites attract trope and would love to read a follow-up. • • 3.5 stars Slowwwwww Burnnnnnn It couldn't get more slower than this!

If you happen to be the partying type, and a certain geek has caught your eye, there's a guide book that will help you navigate your way into his heart. You'll have to study if you want to catch your geek, and 3.5 stars Slowwwwww Burnnnnnn It couldn't get more slower than this! If you happen to be the partying type, and a certain geek has caught your eye, there's a guide book that will help you navigate your way into his heart. You'll have to study if you want to catch your geek, and chapters on gaming, coding, and LARPing ought to do the trick.

At least... That's what Ash hopes. He's taking this guide to heart, after taking one look at Fee (what a stupid name) and deciding he has to have him. It doesn't matter that Fee doesn't give him the time of day, and has on several occasions made it seem like he's just not that into him.

Ash is not one to give up. But sometimes I wish he had. Because anyone else would. It takes a long time for these two to get together, and sometimes I wondered why they would even bother.

(One character came off stalkerish, the other disinterested.) But, when they do finally get in sync, it's awfully cute.

And steamy. And just plain adorable. This story needed Fee's point of view (again, stupid name) to really understand why there was so much hesitation. Otherwise, it was sweet to the core, and I really liked that we got to see our two MCs as more than just their Party Boy/ Geek personas.

Tap your supply of patience and determination to get through the beginning, because the rest is totally worth it. • • Piper Vaughn is a queer Latinx author and longtime romance reader. Since writing their first love story at age eleven, they’ve known writing in some form was exactly what they wanted to do. A reader to the core, Piper loves nothing more than getting lost in a great book. Piper grew up in a diverse neighborhood in Chicago and loves putting faces and characters of every ethnicity in their stories, ma Piper Vaughn is a queer Latinx author and longtime romance reader.

Since writing their first love story at age eleven, they’ve known writing in some form was exactly what they wanted to do. A reader to the core, Piper loves nothing more than getting lost in a great book. Piper grew up in a diverse neighborhood in Chicago and loves putting faces and characters of every ethnicity in their stories, making their fictional worlds as colorful as the real one. Above all, Piper believes there’s no one way to have an HEA, and every person deserves to see themselves reflected on the page.

Sign up for Piper's newsletter: Genres Once upon a teenage mistake, Ash thought he was in forever love, the kind of love that started wars and built the Taj Mahal. He knew at that moment how wrong he'd been. Without his even realizing it, Ash had fallen for Fee, harder and faster than he'd ever fallen for anyone.

This was the love he'd thought he'd had before, but there was no real comparison between the two. It was like putting a matchstick beside a raging inferno—one of them would be completely consumed.


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