Two reviews, one day. A couple of weeks ago, I had the disctinct pleasure of reading Sara Ney’s “How to Date a Douchebag: The Learning Hours” and it was such a fun read!
This is the third book I’ve ever read by Sara Ney and each one has somehow managed to give me a different story but all of the same feelings.
The other two are also titled “How to Date a Douchebag” and each time she explores the story of different characters in a wrestling team.
This book was one of my favorites because it was different. I’m sure we are all used to reading the books where the heroine is simple, basic looking or you know is pretty but not a huge deal. We LOVE when the hottest guy in the school, football team, basketball team, or any team gives her the time of day. BUT how many times have you read about the opposite? Not often right?. Well, that’s because of the audience that reads the books (or at least that’s my theory) but Sara Ney decided to do it differently this time around. It WASN’T the hottest guy, though physically Rhett had the body of a god, his face didn’t match it. He had marks on his face from wrestling and was NOT all that attractive. The heroine, Laurel, notices this the first time she sees him and immediately dismisses him as someone she would NEVER date. She, on the other hand, is TO DIE gorgeous with fiery red hair and a body to match (she legit has a 4-pack). She has dated only assholes throughout her life, but she isn’t really a nice girl either. She’s hot and she knows it, and she very much shows it.
Now, if this story doesn’t already sound different than most things you read, then please give me a list of what you are reading. He is basically a virgin and his friends are giving him a hard time for it, so they put up an ad to help him get laid. She is dared by her cousin to respond to the ad. The story begins and the roles are reversed. Great read, different than the norm and I love it.