Hard Code - Misha Bell

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By Misha Bell

  • Release Date: 2021-01-12
  • Genre: Romantic Comedy
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 31 Ratings

Description

Free Download Hard Code Ebook. "Uplifting and lighthearted with sassy dialogue and delicious wit, this modern-day comedy will have you rolling around on the floor laughing. My top-of-the-list romcom for 2020!” - Charmaine Pauls, USA Today bestselling author

My new assignment at work: test out toys. Yup, that kind.

Well, technically, it’s to test the app that controls the toys remotely.

One problem? The showgirl who’s supposed to test the hardware (as in, the actual toys) joins a nunnery.

Another problem? This project is important to my Russian boss, the broody, mouthwateringly sexy Vlad, a.k.a. The Impaler.

There’s only one solution: test both the software and the hardware myself... with his help.

NOTE: This is a standalone, raunchy, slow-burn romantic comedy featuring a quirky, nerdy heroine, her hot, mysterious Russian boss, and two guinea pigs who may or may not be into scissoring each other. If any of the above is not your cup of tea, run far, far away. Otherwise, buckle in for a snort-water-up-the-nose-funny, feel-good ride.

Reviews

  • Dracula’s Fanny Pack (Come on you know you’re curious)

    5
    By Sian Vee
    So, first off I love the names. Fanny Pack and Vlad. I love the humor of Fanny. She is quirky and adventurous in a cute, clumsy sort of way. Vlad, is serious but underneath is a huge nerd. Who doesn't like a gorgeous nerd? I love it! They are playful with each other and I love that in a couple. But this and experience the funny, laugh out loud moments for yourself! I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving an honest review. a review.
  • You Have Got To Read This Hilarious Book

    5
    By VickSt1
    You have got to read this phenomenal romantic comedy! I absolutely loved this hilarious and well written novel! The book features Fanny, a computer coder and program researcher, and Vlad (The Impaler) who assigns her to a special project involving sex toys which requires an internet app. When her research subject is unable to participate in the research, Fanny finds she must participate in the research as the subject. However, all does not go well when she is trying out one of the toys which requires Vlad to come to her rescue. The characters are fun and have great banter and self-talk. I highly recommend this hilarious romance and can hardly wait to read the next book in the series entitled Hard Wire. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
  • Charming, sweet romcom

    3
    By Vickory6
    This book went back and forth in enjoyment for me, I would enjoy some chapters or segments quite a bit, then others not so much. I was in the mood for something lighter, and fast-paced when I read this one, which worked out well as this book reads quickly and doesn't take itself too seriously. There are a lot of different kinds of humor in this book, though the slapstick stands out a little, for better or worse depending on individual view. The sex toy testing episodes/sexual encounters, are short and almost clinical, rather than hot and with that lovely tension you want in this kind of plot. Even so, I found Vlad and Fanny quite charming, and was super glad it was single POV, as having Vlad be silent with implacable expressions at times lent itself to some mystery. I really enjoyed the coding/computer aspects of the story, and found the quick romance really pretty sweet.
  • Hilarious!!

    5
    By ~Mindy Lou~
    Romantic comedies are totally my jam! I really enjoyed Fanny and Vlad's story. Hard Code was super cute, a bit nerdy, kind of silly, and just all around entertaining! Vlad the Impaler (which I loved Fanny calling hi) is a nerdy, sexy hero. His family was a riot with the Russian craziness you get to experience. I like that you can't figure him out in the beginning. I especially like who he became as he was slowly revealed. Fanny was jut hilarious. First of all, her name is Fanny Pack! For real! She's also a bit nerdy but boy does this girl have some big balls! NO WAY would I ever do what she did with her boss even if my boss turned out like Vlad. That takes some serious cahonas! This book was a fun, fast read. Thanks for making me laugh!
  • Funniest RomCom of 2021!!!

    5
    By jennieruiz07
    This book makes coding sexy! I absolutely loved this book. It was funny, raunchy, and sweet with lots of slow burn chemistry that makes you go crazy. Fanny, QA analysts with a penchant for quirky nicknames, is chosen to test out a new sex toy app and products. Things don’t go the way she thought, so she enlists the help of Vlad, her sexy, intense and silent Russian boss to help her finish the testing. They have off the charts chemistry and try to ignore it, but soon their attraction for each other wins out and they get each other off more than once. Anna Zaires and Dima Zales never disappoint. The debut of their new pen, Misha Bell, was absolutely amazing! This romcom had me laughing out loud at Fanny’s inner thoughts. She was a perfectly nerdy mess, but in a good relatable way. She had insecurities but didn’t let them get in the way to take the risk of trying new things. Vlad was just perfect! A hot sexy nerd who new coding sound super hot! This book definitely sucked me in from beginning to end. The story and characters were so beautifully written and left you wanting for more. I would definitely recommend this book! *Received ARC in exchange for honest review*
  • Excellent debut

    5
    By twin2nel
    Quirky tale that will be a favorite. Fanny pack is a web developer/ coder who has a crush on her hot Russian boss. She was chosen to be a tester for a new sex toy company - when things literally get stuck ;) and she needs some help she mistakenly calls her boss Vlad. This was a start of a hilariously funny, HOT story! Lovely story and I would highly recommend! (Given a advance copy for an honest opinion) I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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