The Reluctant Nerd

The Reluctant Nerd Graduate student Ernestine St Bennett is intrigued by a nerdish new tenant in her apartment complex and decides to help him overcome his apparent social ineptness by applying the same scientific tacti

  • Title: The Reluctant Nerd
  • Author: Sandra Paul
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 139
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Graduate student Ernestine St Bennett is intrigued by a nerdish new tenant in her apartment complex and decides to help him overcome his apparent social ineptness by applying the same scientific tactics that work on her fish Little does Ernestine know that Simon Prime is really Sam Pierce in disguise, an ex cop turned private investigator a man who definitely does not nGraduate student Ernestine St Bennett is intrigued by a nerdish new tenant in her apartment complex and decides to help him overcome his apparent social ineptness by applying the same scientific tactics that work on her fish Little does Ernestine know that Simon Prime is really Sam Pierce in disguise, an ex cop turned private investigator a man who definitely does not need his masculinity enhanced Ms Paul keeps the chuckles rolling fast and furiously in this diverting romance Romantic Times A compelling and touching love story The misguided Ernestine is a completely unique heroine and watching Simon Sam fall for her is great fun Highly original Rendezvous

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    1. Sandra Paul

      Sandra Paul married her high school sweetheart and they live in Southern California with their three children, their dog, and their cat.Sandra loves to travel even if it s just several trips a month to her hometown bookstore Bookstores are her favorite place to be Her first book with Silhouette Romance was the winner of an RWA Golden Heart Award and a finalist for an RWA RITA from eHarlequin

    331 thoughts on “The Reluctant Nerd”

    1. Purchased as a freebie on . This was a unique, fun read with some very interesting characters, a quirky plot and a unique romance. Not your typical female protag - with a name like Earnestine, I figured she'd be different. She's a smart scientist who is socially inept. Simon/Sam is an undercover detective, dressed as a nerd and hating every minute of it. Earnestine decides to help Simon come out of his 'shell', and it leads to some very funny moments as Sam flounders to juggle his disguise, his [...]


    2. Absolutely adored this one. It felt like those old Cary Grant/ Kate Hepburn movies like Bringing Up Baby. Slightly screwball, extremely charming. Oh, and Waldo. Loved the fish. Loved the ending. I will definitely be reading more of these.God, the trip to the museum. Classic.



    3. The Reluctant Nerd is Simon Prime is hiding his true identity of Sam Pierce a private detective working undercover to protect his retired foster father.He meets Ernestine St. Bennett, a brilliant scientist but a unique young woman with little social graces outside her lab or talking about her studies. The fun starts when she decided the nerdy Simon Prime needs help with his social and sexual dysfunctions. She starts a study and discusses it daily with her pet fish Waldo.O'Malley, Sam's foster fa [...]


    4. A charming romance! Our heroine is an awkward genius who talks to her fish and spouts great facts about animal sexuality and is kind. Our hero is undercover as nerdenough said. The love that grows between these two is genuine. The plot is a bit silly but a nice frame for the romance. We have a clean romance with only a great make out scene. The fish is awesome. The couple time is grand. It could use a little updating with the VHS reference but everything else works well. The ending could be a li [...]


    5. Ugh. A silly plot with a silly (and sometimes downright stupid, despite her IQ) heroine.Sure, because shy guys need to get out of their shells, they need a nerdy (she says she left that stage a long time ago, but it's apparent she didn't!) heroine who's talking to her fish on a regular basis, to show them the ropes.Oh, puhleeze.



    6. Love the characters - the author had you rooting for them all the way through. Loved this one - 4-1/2 stars :)



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