Talking to Addison

Talking to Addison

Book - 2001
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Falling in love with a gorgeous computer geek named Addison when she moves into a new place with a strange ensemble of friends, Holly is determined to tear him away from his computer, but when she succeeds, Addison's life is thrown into chaos.

Baker
& Taylor

Falling in love with a gorgeous computer geek named Addison when she moves into a new place with a strange ensemble of friends, Holly, a frustrated florist, is determined to tear him away from his computer, but when she succeeds, Addison's life is thrown into chaos, and Holly must rescue him in order to move on with her own life. 35,000 first printing.

Publisher: New York : Warner Books, 2001
ISBN: 9780446526616
0446526614
Characteristics: 309 p. ; 24 cm

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Bookworm1992
Jul 11, 2014

Holly, a 28 year old single women living in English is barely making ends meet working in a flower shop. She decides to move into an apartment with her two former classmates and friends from college, as well as a stranger known as Addison. This strange, unknown person monotonously typing on his computer at all times seems quite interesting to Holly. Finally, one day Holly gets the nerve to introduce herself to Addison. Addison, as it turns out, while is a complete nerd is GORGEOUS.

So of course now, holly's character is set on getting with Addison, but will that be possible? Is Addison too much of a space alien? This is quite an unconventional love story that while is just fictional is relate able in many
ways to real people.

This book had me laughing quite a bit, i enjoyed Colgan's humor she is hilarious, and managed to keep me interested. If you are looking for a not so stereotypical love story, I would recommend this!

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