- File Size: 3454 KB
- Print Length: 305 pages
- Publication Date: July 31, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07FQS6ZRY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,421 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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When Akila and Carlos' lives become even more intertwined through the magazine they both want to work for, they become even closer. Things heat up when Akila discovers that Carlos is one third of the trio pod cast hosts that are thorns in her side. "The Lost Boys" are the worst nightmare for a strong feminist woman like Akila and she holds no bars expressing that in her writing.
Carlos and Akila are thrust into a whirlwind relationship that goes from hot to cold and hot again. They want each other, but Akila refuses to fall for a man who works with such pigs. He may not share the same opinion as his counterparts, but being a part of the show means he supports their misogynistic thinking and antics. Things go to far and Akila uses her class project as a way to make a bold statement about males objectifying women's bodies. Sweatpants Season is her way of showing the Lost Boys and men in general how it feels to be ogled for your looks.
This story is a brilliant depiction of the war between feminists and misogynists. It seemed so real and captured today's society perfectly. I loved the dynamic between Akila and Carlos. Those two were meant to be together. I am happy things worked out in then end. This was my first novel by Danielle Allen, but it won't be my last.
There is a lot going on in this book; some of it disturbing and all too real, some of it laugh out loud funny. The storyline is very fresh and current. And Akila and Carlos are great, both separately and together. Loved the way that they met and the circumstances that brought them together.
This was a good read. I'll definitely be checking out more of this author's work.
I love romances featuring strong, smart, beautiful women. And that is definitely what Akila is. She stands strong for her convictions, and doesn’t let anything compromise her morals.
Carlos is just so yummy. He’s smart, sweet, caring, a gentleman, and did I say yummy?
At times it was a little predictable but to me it didn’t take away from the story line. I like being able to see where the story is going.
A beautiful love story, yet i appreciate Akila not being so thirsty that she didn’t just run with the okedoke because of chemistry. For that, I’m grateful.