He Kissed Me First

He Kissed Me First

by Sara Ney


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ISBN-13: 9781544944418
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/28/2017
Pages: 386
Sales rank: 439,659
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.86(d)

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He Kissed Me First 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Boundlessbookreviews 3 months ago
After finishing the first one, I quickly jumped into #2. This one focuses on Matthew (Molly’s Douchey Brother) Who surprisingly took hold of my heart by the end of this book. And her roommate Cecelia. Who is just as sarcastic and hilarious. They fight constantly, but it’s what makes them one couple, I don’t think I’ll forget. “If love was easy, it wouldn’t be worth it.” There’s something I realized about these books. Ney is focusing on that first kiss. I know I probably should have figured that out way before. But it’s the whole butterflies, the anticipation of someone lips upon yours. You feel everything these characters are feeling for each other. It’s one of the greatest things about reading, getting lost in a story. I’ve loved this series so far and can’t wait to jump into book #3. Overall, Five Boundless Stars.
Lisa_Loves_Literature 12 months ago
4.5 stars. Book 2 was really funny because I already knew Molly and Weston, and I have to say that I adored Weston in this one. While he was definitely pretty much whipped/in love, whatever you want to call it, he was still an annoying boy. I laughed so hard out loud so many times during this book! Matthew was definitely fitting of the douchebag title that Ney's other series uses to describe its leading men. You'd start to think he was coming over to be a good guy, then out would pop the jerk again. There were definitely times I wanted to shake Cece a little, but that seems to happen a lot in romance books, so that's nothing bad. This one was definitely a lot different from the first book, in that was set in a high school, and this one is two people almost past what I'd consider even new adult, more just adult. But with the college aspect it could stay as a new adult level. And the amount of steam in it was definitely on the lower range, or should I say there just was less of it? Weston and Matthew's friendship also cracked me up. I love how they interacted. The date that Matthew took Cece on to the hockey game and the players that came up and harassed him about it were cute. Definitely a page turner that I couldn't seem to stop reading! On to book 3!