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Co-WRECKER (The Binghamton Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- Book 1 of 4 in The Binghamton Series
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- File Size : 1036 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Publisher : Hot-Lanta Publishing, LLC (March 23, 2017)
- Print Length : 369 pages
- Publication Date : March 23, 2017
- ASIN : B06XQHDZXV
- Language: : English
- Screen Reader : Supported
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #12,900 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I loved the characters in this book. They, themselves, were pretty well developed. The downside for me was I didn't really feel their connection. While I was rooting for them, I just couldn't feel the attraction. Sadie didn't give enough of inner-fight. She caved too soon. I needed more angst between these two.
The story is a good one. The supporting characters helped a lot. I enjoyed them. They added that extra something most books need to keep them moving along in at an enjoyable pace.
"He is the most ridiculous man I have ever met. Adorably ridiculous."
So, when I read the blurb for Co-Wrecker, I was instantly all in. I mean, hello! Hot nerd! From Meghan Quinn?? Oh yes, I’ll take that right now, thank you. It was everything I’d hoped it would be. The humor was hilarious and multifaceted, shifting between slap-sticky type moments to witty sarcasm effortlessly. The love story was complex, and while this was a light read, this couple, the heroine particularly, had some serious things to overcome on their way to happily ever after, and this is what Meghan Quinn does so well. She’s stealthy, sneaking in a deep, moving and hard-won love story within the pages of a light, breezy humor heavy story. It was unexpected, and the feels Co-Wrecker invoked in me often took me by surprise in the very best of ways.
"He's a four-leaf clover in a field of weeds; you don't let men like him slip through your fingers."
Andrew was a dream guy, point blank. The guy was perfect with his glasses and his quirks. Kind, patient, sweet and romantic, but don’t you be fooled, good ol’ Andrew could be forceful and dominant when he needed to be. Sadie had the weight of the world on her overburdened shoulders. Mired so deep within her own life’s tragedies, failures and mistakes, she nearly missed out on the love of a lifetime.
Co-Wrecker was so much more than just a simple romantic comedy. There was real and genuine love that needed to be fought for in the midst of all the witty banter, seriously steamy sex and moments of hilarity. I loved this book so, so much. Meghan Quinn's Co-Wrecker gets five smooches from me!
~ Danielle for Red Cheeks Reads
Then there’s Sadie who is a girl that has a tough outer shell that she doesn’t really want to let people in. She’s got her circle of friends and that’s it…no new entries…until Andrew that is. What starts as an almost adversarial relationship, Sadie has to train Andrew on the fountain area of the restaurant they both work at, eventually turns into a friendship which leads to romance….with lots of snarky comments, baseball, whipped cream, ice cream and cough syrup in-between.
I can honestly say that from the first page I was drawn into each of our H/h lives. I felt Andrew’s awkwardness and his need to be on his own without his helicopter mom and an “incident” that he’s trying to get a fresh start from…and let me tell you, this “incident” made me snort laugh!!! Sadie on the other hand has some secrets she’s hiding that really explain how she became who she is and my heart hurt a little for her…but once Andrew enters her realm, all bets are off!
The writing in this book is pure Meghan Quinn gold! All the characters are so well developed including the secondary ones like Smilly…that girl…wow, along with the storyline. It all fits together so perfectly and once I got into the story, I didn’t want to put it down. This is yet another reason why Meghan Quinn is an automatic 1-click author for me…she’s never let me down!
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Andrew and Sadie are my favourite couple of Meghan Quinn by a mile! I love them ❤ ❤
<b> “He’s a four-leaf clover in a field of weeds; you don’t let men like him slip through your fingers.” </b>
I laughed so much during this book. Could not put it down. Andrew and Sadie’s banter and attraction was sizzling.
Sadie‘s past has drastically changed her perception of the world and her vision of the future. She can count the number of friends she has on one hand and she is happy with that. She has no plans to change her routine or her life.
Until Andrew, the sexy NERD guy who is going to be making ice creams by her side for the summer.
Andrew likes everybody, and everybody likes Andrew …. Except for Sadie!
Andrew wants to be her friend and even more but he knows that it will not be easy to make this happen .
<b>” I’ve never come across a person who doesn’t like me. I’m a likeable, funny guy. Yes, I may have a collection of calculators in my small closet right now, and yes, I tend to find computers and robots fascinating, but that isn’t a black mark on my personality”</b>
Sadie is like the ice queen, she has built walls around her to protect herself and has no intention to let Andrew crawl his way in. Until one night…. one kiss and many laughs and it all changed.
<b>“You know that laugh of yours, the one you so annoyingly keep hidden? You should really use it more often because it can brighten some of the darkest of days.” </b>
I loved the main characters- Sadie was spunky, and confident on one hand, and vulnerable and fragile on the other hand. Even with all insecurities, she is a strong heroine.
<b> “Andrew is not the kind of guy that makes me swoon, that makes me rethink every rule I ever set forth to protect myself. He isn’t the kind of guy that makes me forget the stagnant life I’m living in, nor is he the guy who reminds me how to laugh, how to have fun, how to just live.” </b>
Andrew is probably one of my favourite hero ever. HE is funny, and sweetly weird and I loved his sense of humor . I LOVE HIM.
I am swooning HARD for him right now. Like I seriously swooned over him while reading this book
This book was pure, decadent, un-put-downable, SEXY FUN!! A well-written, perfect blend of all things happy, romantic and more.
For me, it was everything I enjoy in a book. I Laugh out loud so much and the story of Sadie and Andrew left me with a smile on my face for days!
This book is fantastic!!
Ahhh I loved this book!
Sadie did not have the best childhood, and the past year has been traumatic so she tries to hide her true feelings behind her friends and her attitude.
Andrew is what you would consider a nerd, he has a box of calculators and loves learning. After an incident at his old university he transfers to Binghamton and decides to move into his new house early and get a job for the summer.
On Andrew’s first day on the job he meets Sadie and is instantly attracted to her but it is pretty obvious she tries to push any new attention away. He then decides to try and get her to laugh and smile more by being his normal charming self.
Andrew and Sadie grow close and he starts to knock down some of her walls but she is still keeping things from her past from him. When he finds out everything blows up in Sadie’s face. Can she get over her past and stop hiding away from who she really is? Can Andrew ever forgive her for not fully opening up to him?
This book was funny, sweet and filled with a sexy nerd! Meghan is the Queen of rom-coms and I cannot wait for more books from her.
This is a story about Sadie. She's down in the dumps and in a dead end job. Lots of things have happened to her in her short life and she's nearly given up. At Friendly's the restaurant where she works she's forced to train the new guy on the ice cream counter. Enter the bubbly happy go lucky Andrew.
Andrew's got his first real job for the summer before he starts school in the fall. He see's Sadie. All of her. He see's the darkness within and decides he's going to be the one to get rid of it!
I really really enjoyed Andrew! He's so fun and full of life you can't help liking him! When you add the sexy geeky part and his massive cannon *male appendage* it all equals HOT HOT HAWT!!! He's also very sweet funny and just all over wonderful!!
I loved them together, the way they both bring out the best in each other is fantastic to read. The lovin scenes are absolutely fab and well... shall we say hugely enjoyable!! There's also some really side splitting funny scenes!! The motorboating keeps replaying in my head! And it's not just the main characters. Smilly and Saddlemire had me in stitches, the bib scene especially.
The only but i have is this, and my reason for kicking myself for reading it in the wrong order... I wasn't over struck on Sadie. My heart ached for her it really did and i thought she was funny but i think my view of her was tainted slightly because i fell in love with her ex Tucker who is the mc in My Best Friends Ex... i kinda blamed her for him being unhappy because i didn't know the back story fully and this spoilt it slightly for me. So here's a MASSIVE WARNING!! Read this before My Best Friends Ex and i think you'll enjoy it more. I just couldn't fully warm to her and i found her a little irritating.
Other than this i enjoyed the book immensely. The story and the writing was amazing and the humor will 100% have you laughing, hard!
I would definitely recommend to friends!
I am probably not the target audience for it. If you are a young adult you may find the silly nicknames and back chat entertaining but I thought it was tedious.