#Nerd : Hashtag

  • by Cambria Hebert
  • Narrated by Chandra Skyye, Eric Michael Summerer
  • Series: Hashtag
  • 8 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Two people from completely different worlds are about to be thrown together...in more ways than one.
She wants to keep her scholarship. He wants to stay on the team. An awkward alliance doesn't even begin to cover Rimmel and Romeo's relationship. But that's about to change.
It starts with a dare. An initiation. A challenge. Quickly it turns into more. But when you're a victim of your status, there is no room for anything real. The rules are clear and simple: Stick to your circle. And never fall in love with anyone on the outside.


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Customer Reviews

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Fresh Story - Interesting Format

This is the first in a series. The plot has been done but not overdone. Hebert does a great job of main character development although I think she could have amped up the supporting characters. She also left some loose ends that I would have thought she would have tied up in book one. We will have to wait and see for book two and book three.

The narration is female, male ping pong which is becoming popular. The preponderance of POV comes from Rimel. The narrators do a solid job. This book will appeal to light romance readers and is R rated but just barely. If you are looking for "steam" pass, this book is on the sweater side.

I do recommend going forward with the series. Although, I do recommend taking a book or two off and then coming back for book two. It is not a series that you have to go right on to book two to see what happens.
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- G. House Sr. "I am an avid listener. I listen between 75-100 hours per month on my iPhone: 60% fiction to 40% non-fiction."

Fun, light hearted story with terrible narrator ion

The story is fun and light hearted. I appreciate that neither Romeo nor Rimmel are as two-dimensional as they seem. They are written as the confused, maturing, college students that they are. The nerd and jock stereotypes are rampant, but not as in your face as they are in similarly themed novels.

I love the Alpha BuzzFeed quips that begin every chapter! It's an excellent touch that really highlights the absurdity of small college campus life.

My main issue was with the narration. It was terrible. The female narrator was so expressionless that sometimes I though Siri was reading to me. She also sounded way too old—more matronly than collegiate. The male narrator was better, but his voice was a bit too old to sound like that of a college student.

I've decided that I will be reading the sequel #hater as a normal book as opposed to listening to it on tape. I want to know what happens next in the story, but without the interruption of the narrators.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-16-2015
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio