This is my first book from this author and differently won't be the last. And the strange thing is kind of liked this guy? I absolutely loved this story. After starting this series, I think a douchebag is created because of all of these things combined. Nevertheless, I peel off my sweat-soaked t-shirt and wipe down my chest, my neck. I logged in here to say the exact same thing! To be perfectly honest, there were moments when I couldn't ever imagine liking him, he's obnoxiously rude and insensitive. The push and pull, Zeke's need for Violet, and of course the chemistry all came across perfectly as well. He wants to spend time with her.
Thus, making The Failing Hours a great sequel. How they brought the best out of each other. He had to have her she wasn't like normal girls this just made her more appealing but he was goin to have to fight dirty to get her. Lingering touches turn to more. So, he built walls, and with his rude demeanor he found a way to keep people at a distance. My friend compared it to , and I just wholly have to disagree.
Zeke pounces and stomps all over Violet through most of this book. Towards his thirties, he gets tired of partying and finds himself a wife who is hot, skinny and smart enough to bring around in public, yet not smart enough to realize the tragedy of settling for a moron. The first testimonial says she loves the atmosphere! He babbles on, shrugging his bony shoulders. So I think this just made me luv Voilet more she would stand up for herself and deal with it. But like Zeke she also struggled with abandonment issues.
After the bet they had in the library, he pursues her even if she didn't want to. Well, I must admit the book is brilliantly written, really really captivating; the writing itself deserves 5 stars. But they have no idea how much they have in common. Ultimately she was exactly what Zeke needed. The story had great appeal and it was one of those books where it felt like it coulda, shoulda, woulda been one of those off-the-chart 5 star reads.
He fell, and he fell hard, but she gave him a safe place to land. I would highly recommend this book I luvd everything about. No lie, she was amazing, and I was crushing on her big time. I was enthralled from the beginning to the end. He then drives down a city road where he in no way needs such a vehicle and in fact, truck of the size will just hinder the views of the other city drivers, use a lot of gas, be a pain to park etc. I totally get all the Douchebag hype now! And the texts I've been receiving are what wet dreams are made of.
No doubt about it, Sebastian 'Oz' Osborne is the university's most celebrated student athlete-and possibly the biggest douchebag. Shy, petite, and gentle Violet is no match for someone like him. Oddly enough, though, I really liked him. Asking her to kiss him for a bet. I hate sports and try and avoid all these fuckers who use it in their ads. Otherwise, it was an enjoyable read. When my friend showed up, he was in horror.
I actually didn't really like him in the first maybe 30 - 40% of the book. Even though they were very different people they fit so well. Never thought I'll say this but I've forgiven and ended up liking Zeke. The cover was cute and different enough that it caught my eye immediately. I cannot turn the channel fast enough. He usually go off to a good college, where he plays college sports and stands on his head, shoving funnels of beer up his throat and trying to tap every jegging-clad ass to walk down the hallway. However, whereas Violet has a positive approach to life, Zeke is all about negativism.
His heart is bigger than he shows, he just needs the right person to bring that side 5 stars! Has me turning toward him, shit-eating grin spreading across my face, matching his. Everyone but James she knew what he was like she had seen it with her own eyes. Any unauthorized reprint or use of this material is prohibited. Like the first book -- I thought we could've gotten a little deeper in with the characters, but I did enjoy it for what it was. She came across as timid and even delicate, but she held herself with such a quiet confidence that you couldn't help but admire the heck out of her. The car commercial with the douches singing a song. He has only one last conquest in Miami this month a hot girl he met in Venezuela a couple of years ago.
Very annoying and not the least bit funny. This is where there relationship started but James couldn't see this relationship goin anywhere even if the kiss was mind blowing. And to be honest, I've been just sitting on this review, not really knowing what to say to do this book justice. I can picture myself getting a paperback copy to put on my shelf to sit amongst my other pretties. Those Slim-Full commercials, with the bizarre, whispy little woman rotating her torso from left to right and dressed very strangely. With his charming looks and sexy body, he's an eye-candy but he's arrogant, cocky and lewd.