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Publisher's Summary

Ender Hemsworth has been called many things: Cock on Legs. Captain of Sigma Chi. Big man on campus. Star athlete at UC Berkeley. And he's always scowling like someone took a piss in his Cheerios.
Adelaide Vikander has been called one thing: Twenty Types of Trouble. And she likes to take the proverbial "piss" in Ender's Cheerios.
When they're forced to live together off campus, sparks fly and panties drop. Will Ender, the cold and unfeeling "Cock on Legs" grow a torso, a head, and a warm, beating heart?
©2016 Haleigh Lovell (P)2016 Tantor
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4 out of 5 stars
By Booklover on 06-30-18

so I at least finished it

so this is not your typical romance novel and not because the main heroine has asperger's (a disorder on the autism spectrum I hope I said that right) the main hero is surely the whole book and not a sexy surely but an irritating surleyness. the two who are supposed to get together dont even become fwb until an hour left of the book. and while you spend the whole book falling in love with the main heroine you end up wondering why ender is the main hero sure he has his moments but the are few and far between. this book is funny, hot in the last hour, and can even be romantic in some ways I guess. what you expect is a sweet story of a man who has a hardened hear who opens up to a girl who is sweet, innocent, and beautiful. instead you get a story kind of slapped together. its not a bad story it's just one that doesn't live up to its potential. the narrators did an amazing job.

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4 out of 5 stars
By JillyMart on 06-27-18

Couldn’t finish

I wasn’t impressed with the way Ender behaved. I couldn’t get past it, he treated Addi so crudely and I didn’t even want to see what happened next on the book.

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