Don't Hate the Player...Hate the Game
Pages no: 266
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, New Adult
Hmm, what to say.Well first this feels like a bit of a rip off of the film A Walk to Remember (albeit that was based on the Nicholas Sparks novel and is a five-hanky weepy). Maybe it's just the bad boy and the preacher's daughter.I find it hard to believe that Katie Ashley taught English when the bo...
Due to copy and paste, formatting has been lost.*ACTUALLY 2.5 STARS*This is such a hard review to write. I really don't know what I want to say about Don't Hate the Player...hate the game. I enjoyed it for the most part, but lots of times I was left wanting something more.The romance was mediocre, f...
OMG this book is wonderful when you're going to read this book make sure you have a lot of tissues next to you because you're going to need them. If you're going to read this book prepair yourself for an emotional rollercoaster.
Great premise... but the author was in such a hurry to publish, and it shows. This poorly edited book could have been so much more. Instead it's sloppily written and so much is compressed into exposition at the expense of dialog and action.Noah is a great character. But Jake never comes into sharp f...
Noah Sullivan's world is in pieces since the death of his best friend Jake. Attempting to cope not only with is feelings, but also with the fact that he didn't know his best friend as well as he though he did, Noah is understandably broken. When Jake's mom sets him off on a quest to find the girl th...