Like Root Beer for Nerds
Darlene Fitzsimmons was an MIT student with thick glasses and a genius IQ. Roderick Stone was the brawny soda jerk at Sammy's Ice Cream Parlor, where her D&D group used to meet on Sunday afternoons. Each week, Darlene would watch him, admiring the way his tawny hair brushed across his high forward, and his chiseled muscles rippled seductively as he drew her root beer from the tap. How she longed for him to sweep her in his arms, tear out her pocket protector, and make sweet love to her as her audio recording of A Brief History of Time played seductively in the background...
Roderick didn't usually go for the quiet, mousy type. But when he asked Darlene to help him with his calculus homework, he found himself somehow...drawn to her. Her encyclopedic knowledge of Star Trek was strangely alluring, and somehow he couldn't help but fantasize about her fingers caressing his body the way they did the keys of her TI-89 calculator. When Darlene's D&D group finds out about the muscly lunkhead she's dating, though, tension erupts in Sammy's Ice Cream Parlor. Will Darlene be able to convince her friends that passion is more than intellectual? Will Roderick learn to say "I love you" in Klingon? Find out in Like Root Beer for Nerds!
"Better than the second season of "Battlestar Galatica!" -Elwin B. Poindexter, "White and Nerdy" Magazine
"The hottest thing since nuclear fusion!" -Dexter Snodgrass, author of Equation for Love and Fine, We'll Do It In My Spaceship Tower
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