Updated: May 11, 2020
"He just wanted to be with her. No, that wasn't exactly true. He needed to be with her. The truth he had been afraid to admit couldn't be avoided anymore. Damn if he hadn't fallen in love with the woman." - Liam Scott, Wired
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Synopsis: Allison Trent doesn’t look like a hacker. In fact, when she’s not in college working on her degree, she models on the side. But behind her gorgeous face is a brilliant mind for computers and her real love is writing—and hacking—code. Her dream is to write a new security program that could revolutionize the tech industry.
Hotshot FBI agent Liam Scott has a problem: a leak deep within his own department. He needs the skills of a top-notch hacker to work on a highly sensitive project: to secretly break into the FBI servers and find out who the traitor is. But he can’t use one of his own. He finds the perfect candidate in Allison. Only, there’s one problem—she wants nothing to do with his job and turns him down flat.
What Liam doesn’t know is that Allison is hiding secrets that she doesn’t want the FBI to uncover. But Liam will do nearly anything to persuade her to join his team, even break a few rules if that’s what it takes. A temptation that could put his job—and both of their futures—on the line...
Review: Yes! Let's talk about sex... I would assume everyone loves sex as much as the next person. Before we talk about how to get sex, let's debrief this novel first (or skip down a few paragraphs). I want to take an alternate method for this book review.
Referring back to the widely known, Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, that storyline involves a billionaire and a college student - Surprisingly, both are introverts but they are from different economic statuses.
Nonetheless, when it comes to Julie Garwood's Wired, this novel is one that's much more true to life than the other two... but the one connection these two stories have in common is the serendipity behind the romance.
For instance, Allison Trent is introverted based on her occupation - she is a coder/hacker. By default, she spends most of her time on her computer working on a software program because it's what she likes to do.
It's her hobby, and given she is wired differently than other computer programmers... not only does she piece together programs faster than the average coder but she doesn't need to interact with people due to her love of her hobby.
Even though she plays the safe side of things, the irony is how she is a part-time model, with an amazingly beautiful physique. Even with her modeling side hustle, she is an attractively reserved woman. That's until she meets Liam Scott, an adventurous FBI agent who practically corners Allision into working for the FBI. Introduced to each other from a friend by a friend, this relationship starts out business as usual, until the chemistry between these two builds into something more. The suspense behind this romance revolves around making a decision or taking what you want with no second guesses. I'll let you read the rest if you're inclined to get a copy.
So How Do I Get Sex As An Introvert!?
Alright, chill... I was just trying to open up your mind. Getting sex as an introvert is 99.9% taken by fate most of the time. You're lucky to get laid is the typical game. Don't lie - let's be honest with each other. To the average reader of this particular blog post e.g. the engineer, accountant, software developer, or other tech-professional. Your occupation essentially corners you to be asocial - avoiding interaction with others.
Most of the time, if you do go out to have fun, you're probably not proactively looking for sex but wishing that it could come to you. Stop this mentality! If you want sex, you have to go get it. Consider this your ultimatum - if you don't look for sex then you can't control whom you can have sex with and are left with scraps (no offense, I'm just making a point).
If you could control your game or social skills the same way you control your accounting, data programming, or information technology, imagine what you could do leveraging people's emotions. Romance is nothing more than you exploiting your emotional self to someone else in light of starting a mutual bond. How the hell does Wired teach introverts on how to get sex?
Wired Teaches You What Not To Do...
Don't get me wrong, Wired is an excellent read for the hopeless romantic, and I love the fact on how the typesetting and outline made it very easy to read. It wasn't fluffed out like some novels, and it always kept you on your toes... the suspense, action, and romance almost made it like an action/comedy novel if anything.
Nevertheless, this novel, of course, had the typical ending of the two characters falling in love. The extroverted, adventure-taker and an introverted hermit - the likely hood of this happening in real life are slim to none and are dependent on your willingness to take action. For the introvert, Allison, she is lucky, but the extrovert, Liam, is the one who controlled the power all along.
What you can learn from this novel is based on character Liam Scott. First and foremost, you have to take a risk, and if you are willing to bend or break the rules to get what you want, then you do it (just nothing illegal of course).
In Wired, Liam was battling with his emotional side for the sake of the business side of the relationship. This is a typical scenario granted he is a handsome stud and a risk-taking FBI agent... due to his occupation he doesn't have to get strings attached based on the nature of his job. He could die at any second and not care, until he met Allison.
As an introvert, when it comes to having a powerful attraction toward someone else, go after it. In some cases, being extra may appear needy, but that's a risk you have to take. Anything you pursue in life is going to have a risk factor involved so you might as well take action.
Yes, we know most introverts don't get a lot of attention based on their circumstances. They are secluded to their desk or hobbies for the majority of their time. However, it's up to you to put yourself out there.
Although the characters Allison and Liam had the cliché, extrovert falls head over heels for the introvert scenario, the possibility of this happening in real life is slim. Still, it's a good book that gives insight on how to not appear needy as an introvert.
If you want to get sex as an introvert, you need to market that you're sexually open for business. Staying behind your desk or burying yourself in work is not going to get you sex. You have to set yourself up for the process.
To your sex-life,
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