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Therefore his wrestling coach signs him up for the Big Brothers program and he has to take on a little boy who seems to be just as annoyed at the world. Zeke is less than enthused about his circumstances, that is until he runs into a girl that's tutoring him during his day with his little brother.
Violet DeLuca is the daughter of a mob boss.... just kidding that's a different book! Violet is everything that Zeke isn't. She's patient, kind, and friendly. She likes taking care of and helping others. Even though she's had a tragic past, she didn't let that turn her into a crumby person. She uses her pain to strive for better, and to do better for others.
When these two come together it is like the perfect yin and yang emotionally. Violet is exactly what Zeke needs to get himself in line. To get rid of some of his douche, and start appreciating the people he has in his life. Most importantly Violet makes him happy, plain and simple.
This is kind of a reluctant friends to lovers romance. These two started falling and didn't really realize it until they were there. I really loved that about them. We also get visits from Jameson and Oz from book one, which was fun. Even though Zeke was super awful in book one, I feel like he was LESS douchey than Oz in this book and maybe more of a moody man at times. He was more standoffish than a pervy jerk, like his friend was. I think I might like Zeke better than I liked Oz. HOW DOES SARA NEY MAKE REFORMED DOUCHE SO APPEALING?
All in all an extremely well written read. It's fun, it's romantic, it's hot and steamy at some points, and it's a perfect new adult romance with a misunderstood douchey hero and the heroine that cracks the whip.
Sara Ney has once again done what nobody believed possible - redeem the Douche. Her writing is flawless and her own humor and kindness are evident in each word on the page. Add this author to your automatic one-click list, you won't regret it!
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I'm currently shouting a litany of curse words in Zekes direction. I've never been so frustrated and hated a book character in a long long time. I use hate in the best possible way though so i'm not entirely heartless.
Violet Is a girl trying to make it in college. She does a million things to stay afloat such as tutoring and babysitting. She Is shy and likes to hide in the library. Violet hasn't lead the best life yet she looks to the bright side of it all and makes the best of what she has. Which is a very admirable trait if you ask me. She is set to tutor the notorious jerk Zeke and really doesn't know how to handle his abrasive attitude.
Zeke is the man on campus. A wrestler and a man whore he is as cold and callous as they come. He protects his heart and his emotions at all cost. Zeke has a very real fear yet it still doesn't excuse his attitude. He has to keep a certain grade point average so he hires a tutor. At first he despises Violet then he comes to realize that maybe she isn't as bad as he thinks.
Violet and Zeke recognize things in each other that are similar. She's a bright light while he is a dark room. Together they bring out the good spots in each other.
I liked this book. While it wasn't as funny as the first Zeke still had moments. Congratulations to Sara Ney for writing a character I equal parts despised and loved. Violet was admirable because she didn't put up with crap yet she still tried to look for the good. I couldn't give this book a complete 5 but it was close. I noticed a few spelling errors scattered throughout and one inconsistent scene but all it all I love this book. I hope there are more to come in the future!
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