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  • 4.5 Stars!

    4.5 Stars I don't read a whole lot of young adult, but I really enjoyed this one! I simply couldn't resist the catchy title. Cute, funny and surprisingly heartwarming, this book really had me hooked from start to finish. Zeke is quite the character. The guy really has no filter and says some truly rude and crass stuff, but if you bear with him you'll find out there's much more to him than the bravado he hides behind. He has redeeming qualities, I promise! Pair that with Violet who is reserved, meek and a little bit on the innocent side, yet these characters compliment each other well. I figured this being a YA novel that the heat level was going to be mild. I was delightfully wrong. It's a bit of a slow burn until these two connect, but it totally works. There is no room for insta-love when the guy is as rough around the edges as Zeke is. But once they do, look out! Things are burning up!

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  • How to date a douchebag (book 2 the failing hours)

    Violet has to tutor Zeke Daniels and when she sees what he and his friends are doing in the library she is not impressed when he makes his way over to her to ask if Violet is available she lies and says no she is not. They bump into eachother in the supermarket and he is a s rude as to Summer the little girls she babysits. When Zeke is forced to enter the big brother program he is lost he heads to the park that Violet mentioned from there they start to become friends always doing things together with the kids she goes with him to a fundraiser thenthey share their first kiss, from there they just get closer but he is still an ass and treats her bad in front of his friends. He has issues stemming from his childhood and she lost her parents at a very young age they are perfect for eachother but will he let his pride get in the way and in the process lose the best thing to ever happen to him.

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  • Great

    Zeke is an incredible jerk in this story. He is angry with everyone and says what he thinks. His parents have always left him to fend for themselves and no longer trust anyone. One day he meets his tutor Violet. He treats her terribly but she is not going to be intimidated by him.

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  • Don’t judge a book by its cover

    Zeke and Violet; opposites that don’t automaticaaly attract. The sweet Violet and the cynical wrestler work together on his biology paper, it might have been chemistry as well.

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  • A sweet, deeply passionate story

    Real people inhabit this miracle of book. I read a lot of romance novels. Less than 5% give me this much pleasure. This was a humorous, fun, surprising, deep, insightful, sensual, heart warming, joy filled story. Thank you Sara Ney.

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