- File Size: 2167 KB
- Print Length: 223 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 11, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B078M3693X
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #128,046 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Seven years go by, you hookup. Hate him, then three years later become best friends. How? Where's the back story to how this took place?
But what really bothers me is how after being friends for three to four years all of a sudden now he wants to ask if she regrets being friends? Why not ask these questions six months into the friendship or even a year later? And Anabel...how can she go to Nate and tell her about this date with Dylan. But then turn around and tell her to cut him loose?
I usually really love J.S. Cooper, and I was really anticipating this release. Unfortunately, this wasn't what I was expecting.
First I got the prequel to this book called "That Guy" which I new was the prequel and thus not a complete story, but then I purchased this book expecting the rest of the story, only to find that the first 30% of this book was actually just the prequel I already read. So after skipping through to the new content I again expected to get the rest of the story. If only the book were as detailed as the teaser for the book. Only a portion of what is described in the book teaser is actually in the book. The supposed guy she falls for in a weekend, never happens, she barley knows him after matching on a dating app and going on one date, she plans to spend more time with him and then low and behold the book abruptly ends.
At this point you are encouraged to buy the sequel to the book, which in actuality is just the rest of this book!! A sequel implies another story after the conclusion of the first story, this story never concluded.
Now if authors want to sell more books by doing this, that is their prerogative, but I wish they would warn their readers before hand that this is not a complete story and they will need to buy future books to get the whole story, at least give the reader the option if they want to wait for and then buy future books. It is rather deceptive to have a books content be a certain size implying you are getting a full book, only to have 30% be previous content and then end the book at 90% with previews for other content, and not even provide as much of the story as is advertised in the teaser.
Although I would like to know how it ends, not so sure I will be buying the next book or any other from this author, for fear of the same practice of promising a story then only delivering half with the requirement to buy more to get the rest.
The writing: I feel like this book wasn’t actually proof read. Or maybe there should have been a second person to read this book before release. There is so much repetition, that it makes this book borderline obnoxious. The “language” is so juvenile for characters being close to their 30s. Idk if I can even finish this book. But, since I paid for it, I might as well.