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Unfriended: A Geek and Stud Romance Paperback – Oct. 7 2017
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- Publisher : Independently published (Oct. 7 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 322 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1549903381
- ISBN-13 : 978-1549903380
- Item weight : 553 g
- Dimensions : 15.24 x 2.06 x 22.86 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #2,394,202 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I won’t lie. I struggled to page 4 before moving to another book and author completely.
I just couldn’t get into it. The first page and a half was engaging before it then became just a guy bragging about himself - doesn’t do it for me.
Anyway. I decided on some down time to go back to the book and I managed to finish it this time albeit with a lot of skimming and skipping of pages. I think I skipped more pages then I actually read.
The reason I give it 2 starts is because the story line, if I were to strip it bare is actually quite good.
Why I didn’t give it 5 starts - the flashbacks to me where pointless. The language used annoying. Typo’s. Changes of ink colour weirdly. Ash putting Charis’s body down and then making out like it’s ok because he likes it even if others wouldn’t find her or her shape beautiful. Ash bragging about his ‘talents’ in pleasing women. The sentence/ paragraph structures were sometimes hard to follow, esp when there was ‘real life’ talking happening.
I would not pay money for this book and I’m not sure I would read this author again which is a shame as I really did like the plot.
Asher was a college student who was handsome, charismatic, sexy, self-confident, brilliant, wealthy, owning his own business and incredibly good at sex. It was over kill.