the wrong kind of compatible is a charming romantic comedy about two socially awkward, yet brilliant computer data analysts. drew kerrigan is an fbi agent working undercover to discover why data minds has suddenly won a slew of government contracts, and why those proposals contained information that looks like corporate espionage. his main suspect is cassie howard.
cassie comes from a family of overachievers, and she is the best at the type of work she does. so when her company hires someone in a similar role, she's immediately suspicious. it's hard to be a woman doing the kind of work she does.
the fact that drew is ridiculously attractive makes it even harder. and then he seems to be on her same wavelength when it comes to blurting out slightly inappropriate, slightly suggestive things.
drew is torn. he's at data minds on a job. he's supposed to be collecting evidence that damns cassie, but he finds it difficult to believe that she would be behind anything like that. and it's not just his attraction to her that leads him to think that way. but the fbi wants proof, they're not interested in his gut instincts.
the closer drew gets to cassie the more worried he is about being able to stay unbiased. when everything comes to light, it seems like drew and cassie will end up on opposite sides. but these two hackers understand each other too well, the chemistry between them is not just apparent as they write and analyze lines of computer code, but also in the banter and sheer sexual tension that thrums between them at all times.
**the wrong kind of compatible will publish on june 12, 2017. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of netgalley/entangled publishing (lovestruck) in exchange for my honest review.