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  • First love!!

    I totally picked this book because of the cliche’ is that? Fuller is a hunky high school captain of the basketball team jerk face, I mean jock who thinks life is all about popularity and basketball. (Two things he has in spades). Wren is the cute nerdy girl who has been hounded by bullies since 7th grade. When the two are forced to study together things get heated in good and bad ways. I enjoyed the cute high school romance, the fleshed-out characters, and the momentum/length of the book. This is truly a cute quick read that helps you believe in first love and second chances!! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy provided by NetGalley. Pippa, My Secret Book Spot

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    43 people found this review helpful

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  • I need more!

    Ever read a book that was so good you had to slow down so you wouldn't finish it too soon? Once you finish, you try to turn the page for more words and there are none. This was me with this book. From page one I was pulled in. I wanted to know what was going to happen. I was mad at parts and cried at others. It is books like this one that make me love to read. I would read another book by this author, in this wonderful world she created, in a heartbeat. I need to know what happens with all the characters.

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  • a sweet as sugar five-star read

    I Hate You Fuller James by Kelly Anne Blount a sweet as sugar five-star read. This was sweet and simple and just made me smile so much, it does come with a side of cheese but honestly that’s what made it so special for me. Wren wasn’t your typical heroine, there was something special about her and I liked how she was pretty and still got picked on, not that it makes it okay, but it shows us that it can be any of us, and her strength and power of self just showed us how strong you can be . I also liked how Fuller grew during the story. If you are looking for sweet and romantic then you can’t go wrong with this story, it doesn’t re-write the rule book, but it does bring plenty of smiles. I loved how we are shows that just because life looks effect on the surface it isn’t always and you never know what people are dealing with at home, so you should always try and be nice, this is a great thing to preach and one we should talk about more.

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    8 person found this review helpful

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  • Great YA Read

    While this book was a bit predictable, it was fun to get captivated in an enemy-to-lovers YA romance. Girl hates boy. Boy hates girl. Girl tutors boy. Boy and girl fall in love. Wren and Fuller were made for each other, it just took them a long time to realize that. Their family dynamics, love for basketball, and kind hearts were the center of this love story. It was so sweet to follow. This book was quick to read, entertaining, and full of character development and cute high school student fun. Loved it!

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  • Frenemies

    Wren and Fuller have history. That's right, and not the good kind either. Wren had been hurt repeatedly by being treated so poorly by the "in" crowd, of which Fuller is the leader, basically. Fuller is getting into some trouble academically. His coach has a plan - but does not want anyone to know. So Fuller treats it as he is interested in Wren, instead. Little does he know how much truth is like fiction. This was such an amazing story! I had never read this author's work before, but you can bet I will again. I hope we revisit this group at this school. There seems like a lot of potential for a series here. I loved the banter, and even how enemies were able to become friends. I found the story very compelling. Deeper characters than meets the eye, it was a rich read with a lot more to it than originally thought. ***This early copy was give in exchange for an honest review, by Netgalley and its publisher.

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