- File Size: 1622 KB
- Print Length: 120 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 25, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01M1K8KWA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #646,439 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Street Smarts (Higher Learning Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Street Smarts is a sweet tale of opposites attracting. Rip is an innocent school teacher and Otto has been beat up by life. Went they are brought together by Buster a little terrier mix you figure there is no way. They are just too different. But sometimes that might be just what you need. Rip needs Otto’s strength and experience and Otto needs Rips goodness. I truly enjoyed watching these two get together. This book is filled with aww moments.
I love how the author writes the story between her characters. Even though the two main characters, Otto and Rip, are two completely different guys with different upbringings and lifestyles, they just work together, going to show that opposites can attract.
Otto is an ex-Marine who lives in the basement of Gage and Derrick's house and trains dogs.
Rip is a nerdy art teacher who comes from an influential family and has his own house.
These two meet by chance but stay together by choice.
Bianca never disappoints, great character development and so steamy loving. Hope there are more, maybe an Attorney helping Rip with his sad excuse of a mother.
This is a contemporary story of two guys, their slow building relationship, and how opposites attract. There was a lot of build up of Rip becoming his own person and in order to do that, he was left with parental issues. To end the story with this huge lawsuit over his head was just wrong. It left a really bad taste in my mouth. It's hard to believe parents are that obsessive to where their concern and protectiveness turns into hate. Not on this scale. I've seen families suing each other and it isn't done out of love, no, just the opposite. It isn't pretty, it's heartbreaking. So there's this standoff and non-communication and the story ends. I don't like cliffhangers no matter how small.
This is the first story I've read by Bianca Sommerland. I couldn't figure out if the characters were from her other stories or not, couldn't even guess when visiting her various web sites. I'm left wondering why there isn't better advertising between this book and her others, if there is that link, (one reviewer implied it was so). Anyway, I gave Ms. Sommerland a try. - Dan's Wife
Otto and Rip couldn’t be more different. But in some ways they couldn't be more alike. Two gorgeous men from very different backgrounds, neither looking for a relationship and sure the other is out of their league. Both taking a chance, trying to find their happily ever after. But there are plenty of things in the way of that. Will they find their HEA? Or will their problems prove to be too insurmountable?
I read a lot of books that I know aren't really very true to life. That's okay, because I don't expect them to be. That's why they call it fiction, after all. What I loved most about this was it was so true to life. These characters were real to me. I didn't have to suspend reality to enjoy this story. It was just that good!
Otto is ex military now a dog trainer, he stops on his bike to rest and hears Rips cry for help. Without thought he jumps in the lake to rescue Rip.
Both men like what they see and thanks to the puppy Otto decides is now theirs they have reason to meet up
They both become addicted to each other and soon they are a couple, not all goes smoothly and they face a form of prejudice from a suprises source. I really felt for Rip and all he went through as a teenager and the effects it left him with, I loved seeing him find love💞
A great read that I would like to see more of Rip & Otto's journey