How to Date a Douchebag: The Studying Hours

How to Date a Douchebag: The Studying Hours

by Sara Ney


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ISBN-13: 9781537432625
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/01/2016
Pages: 360
Sales rank: 209,264
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.90(d)

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How to Date a Douchebag: The Studying Hours 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
SpiderEffect 6 months ago
Crossing paths with a jerk in college is nothing new, but Sebastian Osbourne isn’t your typical jock. Oz is what many females would call a douchebag. Yet – that obnoxious mouth doesn’t seem to deter anyone of the female persuasion. Oz has plenty of conquests just waiting in the wings. What Oz doesn’t have at his disposal is a girl like Jameson Clarke. The straight laced student, that gives all outward appearances of being the opposite of any female that Oz would be attracted towards, is getting ready to throw Oz’s world on his head. Never has the jock met anyone like this girl that can’t seem to stay out of the library. Armed with snark and a laptop, James knows exactly the kind of guy that Oz can be. What James wasn’t prepared for was the persistent way in which Oz attempted to get her attention. Wearing her defenses down was the name of the game, but was the outcome what either of them expected?? Get ready for a whirlwind of a romance when Oz hits your reader. This jock knows how to talk a good game, but James can dish it out in a way that leaves the rugged wrestler coming back for seconds. The banter between these two characters is funny and entertaining. A connection that I couldn’t wait to see unravel at the seams. What I wasn’t prepared for was the lack of development towards the end of the tale. A rush towards an ending that didn’t give the appearance that this story was complete. It was distracting and a bit confusing. Why the rush to leave this story? James’ character is far from complete as we get to the last chapters, and definitely has ‘gaps’ in her contribution to the tale. Maybe this was supposed to happen to get you to read more books in the series?? Not sure – but the way the story was left hanging did nothing for its appeal. It was just too much to ignore. So – all the cuteness and witty banter between Oz and James just flew out the window with this chase to end the story. Don’t get me wrong, the wit really was a draw in this not so traditional romance. All of the content issues rest solely in the rush to end a story that was far from over.