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- Print Length: 290 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: May 10, 2019
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07PXGGTWK
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,930 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Ridorkulous (Dorky Duet Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Also, the main character's undeserved devotion to his ex seemed really idiotic and disloyal, and I don't feel like he grovelled nearly enough. He also really made me mad in the beginning, taking his anger out on someone who clearly hadn't done anything wrong except being paired up in a room with his ho of a girlfriend.
Apart from that, as I said, a really great read!
Fitz and Reese enter a competition against each other and their war turns into attraction. In the process, pathologically shy and nerdy Reese has to learn to stand up for herself and socialize.
This time I didn’t fall in love with the main characters as much as in previous books and found them a little immature. Spoiled as I am with this author’s great previous books, I almost took away one star for that. But then I decided it’s not the author’s fault that I’m getting old and can’t connect as well with college-aged characters :). Supportive characters like Jude, Beast and Granny did steal my heart and I can’t wait for the next story to meet them again.
I love Reese and Fitz. Their characters might sound pitiful, yet they’re resilient and strong in their own merit. This was not a case of insta-love. They started as a sort-of stranger, slowly opened up to become friends and then more, much more. The way the story told was impeccable, the flow was neat and smooth. I became so rooted for them both, my heart ached and cheered for them, and it ended with a love note that brought smile to the world.
I definitely looking forward to more books from Ms. Frame.
There is a tie-in character, of Scarlet, whom I've read about it in Frame's other stories, but you definitely don't have to have read her other books to follow this story. I was hoping more would be written about Scarlet as she keeps popping up and her story sounds cool, but I guess the muse hasn't hit the author yet to develop a full book.
Anyway - This author is definitely on my TBR list.
It took me a while to get to a point to read Ridorkulous. I had a large TBR (to be read) stack and still have quite a few books waiting for me to get to them. I wanted to read this book, so I could jump into the series and be ready for the next book in this series, Geektastic, which will be released on October 31, 2019.
When I began to read Ridorkulous, it was a feeling like coming home. I was thinking, gosh I missed reading Mary Frame’s books. Her books flow so easily, take you along for a fantastic journey and tug at your emotions.
The characters of Reese, a super smart, sheltered, reclusive, beautiful inside & out female and Fitz, a striking gorgeous, confident, well liked guy are molded to perfection.
These are two people that normally would never have interacted. Their relationship begins very awkwardly and builds on from that moment to get even more awkward, but as romance stories go, they find attraction and a happily ever after. I especially like friendship to romance stories, where relationships are slowly built, before any physical action takes place. This is one of those stories. I loved both of these characters so much. The way that Ms. Frame made the characters change from adversaries to friends was very realistic.
I am looking forward to continuing the series in a few weeks when Geektastic is released!
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It starts when a girl is woken by her room mate having sex at the side of her bed, she pretends she is still sleeping. This romantic idyll is brought to an abrupt end when the room mates boyfriend, our hero Fitz, interrupts the action. Things rapidly get violent.