Mac vs. PC – Fletcher DeLancey

Mac vs PCAnna Petrowski is senior IT Tech at Oregon State. Her favorite luxury on the weekends is a sinful caramel mocha and a chocolate cherry scone at the Bean Grinder while she dreams of faraway places. When an attractive woman who is hogging her favorite table starts swearing at her laptop Anna’s first instinct is to duck. Elizabeth Markel is clearly tempted to ask for help, but manages to restrain herself – and so begins a new friendship and attraction for both women.

But Anna is stuck on her own past, with a class prejudice she hasn’t recognized and a snobbery she isn’t aware of. When she finds out who Elizabeth really is, and how up the food chain she sits, Ann’s reaction is uncalled for and unkind. As quickly as she realizes he mistake, can she ever put it right?

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Fletcher DeLancy’s first Lesfic novella is a delightful read. Light, charming and full of humor.

Anna and Elizabeth are well drawn, multi layered and interesting women. Both are successful, competent and professional. Anna’s assumptions are understandable but based on her own insecurities rather than fact. Her self-discovery is the fuel for the plot development and is a sweet self awakening.

Fletcher DeLancey bioWell plotted and with just that little tingle of suspense we are drawn into the story of a simple attraction which goes wrong because of bad assumptions. The scenes around the Corvallis campus are simply drawn and the university and coffee shop make a pleasant setting for the tale.

An enchanting story and a lovely way to while away the hours. I look forward to more stories from this author who writes with such elegance and a lightness of touch.

(publisher review copy received)

Product info:

  • Paperback: 111 pages
  • First published 2014
  • Publisher: Ylva Publishing (April 14, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JPFBTN8
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