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By ShootingStar919 on 12-14-17
Ugh. Gag me!
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
People who enjoy to be mentally tortured. Honestly. I can't believe I made it all the way through. I should have stopped listening in the beginning, but I guess I'm a glutton.
Any additional comments?
Major points are constantly reiterated over and over and over. This is a good example of how not to write a story my friends. If you listened to this book and enjoyed it then I'm happy for you. You are a much better person than I. I was practically gagging the final ten chapters. It was so overwhelmingly lovey dovey that I think it all could be cut out. I'm pretty sure people driving next to me were laughing at me because I was screaming, "Oh come on!" and "Really? Are you kidding me?"
Don't get me wrong I find it entertaining when the boy gets the girl or visa versa, but come on. If you say I love his back or I love her hips one more time I think I might just throw up.
Oh, and why is this guy so unbelievably perfect? He's a football player who has perfect rich supportive parents who only want him to be happy. He's in college yet he has enough money to buy a new house on a whim and furniture and blah blah blah. You name it he does it. He cooks, he watches romantic movies, he reads What to Expect When You're Expecting, he constantly thinks about how in love he is, and more and more and more. Any character trait you have always wanted in a man is what he is. It's sickening.
Anyway, if you read this review, then please think twice about torturing yourself with this audiobook. And if you didn't good for you. Because I just ranted for three paragraphs about a story that I hated. I can't even believe I spent time writing this.
By Sunshine on 11-21-17
No steam both too busy being stubborn!"
I didn't read the first book. I'm sure this was a stand alone but I felt a little lost since I didn't know them as friends first (book 1). I came in with the blurred lines of 20-year old college students. Jade wanted Reid; she got him and then pushed him away. Reid wanted Jade but she didn't want that for them (but really she did). That's the kind of yo-yo book this was. They want one another but they don't want one another. Narrators were good. This book had no steam and nothing to make me smile about. There was too much unnecessary drama. I couldn't finish this listen fast enough! I'm glad I did not use a credit on this. It was part of the 30-day Romance trial package