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I enjoyed this book but I didn’t love it.
Oz was the douchebag I figured him to be, but in a different way. When a “bet” was put into place I thought oh no not like other books. But this wasn’t like that and it was refreshing.
I will say even though sex was implied and talked about the actually act doesn’t happen for a LONG time. And it worked for this book.
I like Jameson too she had to grow on me, I don’t know if it was her character or what but I wasn’t a fan at the beginning but I grew to like her by the end of the book.
I am a banter girl and I loved the banter in this book. I think that is what saved it for me. And their chemistry was off the hook.
I loved the narration, its Muffy Newtown so that’s a giving I am going to love it. And Josh Goodman was a perfect Oz.
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
Muffy's guy voice totally took me out of the story, and her regular voice was way over the top. I couldn't wait to get back to Josh's parts.
Story was great though.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I believe that for pure escapist fun this audiobook really hits the spot.
The narrators were excellent. The storyline classic college romance.
Just joyful and fun
I really enjoyed listening to Sara Ney’s first book from her How to Date a Douchebag series. Oz and James’ story was a great read and this time around it was definitely an enjoyable listen!
This was my first dual narration audiobook (as opposed to duet narration) and it took a little getting used to. I actually preferred Josh Goodman’s take on James in comparison to the “manly voice” that Muffy Newton puts on for Oz. And it was that which detracted from the story a bit for me.
In saying that, the storyline itself was a strong as ever in audio!! And I did thoroughly enjoy listening to the book. I’m looking forward to hearing the rest of the series.