How To Date A Douchebag : Review

I discovered recently that one of my favourite New Adult authors had published the first book in her new Jock Hard series – Jock Row: Book 1. I was so ticked that I had missed the notification; in my defence I was up to m eyes in deadlines.  So I bought a copy and am loving it. It reminded me of Sara’s ‘How To Date A Douchebag’ quartet. I loved those so much I decided to tell you about them, before I finish and review Jock Row. You will find the cover and synopsis for each of the four books below this review.

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All four books are sexy, witty, funny, and every single one is a thoroughly enjoyable read. Each book is worthy of reading on its own merit, and while each story is different, they all have a similar foundation – characters who have their egos pricked and deflated when they meet someone who won’t fall at their feet as they expect. They don’t realise the true worth of the person in front of them and behave in unacceptable ways.

The males in each book range from the cocky star athlete of the wrestling team, full of himself or miserable as sin, to their friends who are generally nice guys but capable of douchey behavior. The women are sassy, smart, and witty. Between overtly sexual and shyly timid, they put up with no-nonsense from these guys. They are refreshing, real, and likeable.

Regardless of how you meet the characters in the books, you soon come to realise that there is more to them than the superficial image they present to the world, and often to each other. Equally, the reader starts by believing that they know which way the story will go, and when the plot takes a sharp turn in a very different direction, its fantastic. None of the characters are crass stereotypes, and that is also one of the points that makes this series so very enjoyable.

The relationships may be slow-burn friendships that develop into romances, and the books may be classed as light reads, but there is justice and redemption, downfall and liberation.  Do not doubt that they are clever, incisive, multi-layered and multi-faceted.

They are also flirty, hot, and sexy. Buy yourself a fan!

Enjoy!


Author

Sara NeySara Ney is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the How to Date a Douchebag series, and is best known for her sexy, laugh-out-loud New Adult romances. Among her favorite vices, she includes: iced latte’s, historical architecture and well-placed sarcasm. She lives colorfully, collects vintage books, art, loves flea markets, and fancies herself British.

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How To Date A Douchebag series

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Book 1 : The Studying Hours

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Studying CoverCRUDE. ARROGANT. A**HOLE.
No doubt about it, Sebastian ‘Oz’ Osborne is the university’s most celebrated student athlete—and possibly the biggest douchebag. A walking, talking cliché, he has a filthy mouth, a fantastic body, and doesn’t give a sh*t about what you or anyone else thinks.

SMART. CLASSY. CONSERVATIVE.
Make no mistake, Jameson Clarke may be the university’s most diligent student—but she is no prude. Spending most of her time in the hallowed halls of the library, James is wary of pervs, jocks, and douchebags—and Oz Osborne is all three.

She’s smart, sarcastic—and not what he expected.

…EVERY DOUCHBAG HAS HIS WEAKNESS.

He wants to be friends.
He wants to spend time with her.
He wants to drive her crazy.

He wants… Her.


Book 2: The Failing Hours

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Failing Hours CoverZeke Daniels isn’t just a douchebag; he’s an asshole. A total and complete jerk, Zeke keeps people at a distance. He has no interest in relationships—most assholes don’t.
Dating? Being part of a couple? Nope. Not for him.
He’s never given any thought to what he wants in a girlfriend, because he’s never had any intention of having one.
Shit, he barely has a relationship with his family, and they’re related; his own friends don’t even like him.
So why does he keep thinking about Violet DeLuca?
Sweet, quiet Violet—his opposite in every sense of the word.
The light to his dark, even her damn name sounds like rays of sunshine and happiness and shit.

And that pisses him off too.


Book 3: The Learning Hours

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Learning Hours CoverHe’s not a douchebag; but that doesn’t stop his friends from turning him into one.

MY FRIENDS WANT ME TO GET LAID.

So much so that they plastered my ugly mug all over campus, in bold printed letters:

Are you the lucky lady who’s going to break our roommate’s cherry?
Him: socially awkward man with average-sized penis looking for willing sexual partner. You: must have a pulse. He will reciprakate with oral. Text him at: 555-254-5551

The morons can’t even spell. And the texts I’ve been receiving are what wet dreams are made of. But I’m not like these douchebags, no matter how hard they try to turn me into one.

THIS ISN’T THE KIND OF ATTENTION I WANT.

One text stands out from hundreds. One number I can’t bring myself to block. She seems different. Hotter, even in black and white. However, after seeing her in person, I know she’s not the girl for me. But my friends won’t let up–they just don’t get it. Douchebags or not, there’s one thing they’ll never understand: GIRLS DON’T WANT ME.

Especially her.


Book $: The Coaching Hours

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Coaching Hours CoverTHERE ARE NO DOUCHEBAGS IN THIS STORY.

Well, there are, but they’re not who this story is about.

This story is about me—the coach’s daughter.
When I moved to Iowa to live with my dad, the university’s take-no-prisoners wrestling coach, I thought transferring would be easy as pie—living with my father would be temporary, and he’d make sure his douchebag wrestlers left me alone.

Wrong on both counts.

ASSHOLES ALWAYS COME OUT OF THE WOODWORK WHEN THE STAKES ARE HIGH.

A bet is placed, and I’m on the table. After one humiliating night and too much alcohol, I find the last nice guy on campus. And when he offers to rent me his spare bedroom, I go all in. It’s time for the nice guy to finish first.

Midnight chats and spilling my problems turn to lingering touches. Lingering touches turn to more.

And the ultimate good guy has the potential do more damage than any douchebags ever could.


 

Chasing Ghosts : Blog Tour

by Madalyn Morgan

CG-6.inddIn 1949 after receiving treatment for shell shock in Canada, Claire’s husband disappears.

Has Mitch left her for the woman he talks about in his sleep? Or is he on the run from accusations of wartime treachery?

Claire goes to France in search of the truth, aided by old friends from the Resistance.


I didn’t realise that this is the 6th book in a series, but it didn’t matter one bit; there wasn’t anything I felt I missed or needed explained.

The gentle beginning belies the conflict and friction that surrounds the rest of the book. If the reader is paying attention, they’ll pick up on the tension and mystery circling round Mitch’s therapy at the beginning of the book. The writing creates a discomfort for the reader, a suggestion of fore-shadowing without being explicit.  As we progress through the quest to find Mitch and what is at the bottom of his disappearance, the tension gradually becomes more and more palpable.

Told from Claire’s point of view, we discover that Mitch, her husband, is suffering from what we now call Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). His wartime experiences as an SOE Operative and prisoner have left him deeply scarred. He is receiving treatment, but Claire is concerned, not least because in his nightmare riddled sleep, he calls out the name ‘Simone’, and there was clearly an incident surrounding her which has left him with some level of guilt.

Has Mitch had an affair? Was Simone killed? What is going on? Claire can’t ask, she has been instructed never to question Mitch in case she triggers some devastating reaction from him.

With his disappearance, she comes to realise that the military now consider Mitch a traitor. Discovering that he might be back in France, Claire sets out to find him, and hopefully find answers to all the mysteries surrounding him, his condition, and his disappearance. She has to call on her wartime skills, and set aside her roles as wife and mother, and re-clothe herself in her coldly dispassionate former self:

She had a long journey ahead of her. She must call on her training, be detached and committed to the job she had to do. If she let sentimentality get in the way, she wouldn’t get beyond the next town along the railway track.

The development of the story and the central characters is superb. While I found some of the detail a little extraneous, it was easy to overlook as the author’s research is meticulous. She writes with great style, and certainly brings both periods of history to life. She builds the tension and drama step by step, and  at various times you are relaxed and enjoying the pace and others it’s an edge-of-the-seat ride to get to the end of that particular episode of excitement.

While we are primarily concerned with Mitch and his suffering with PTSD, it would be easy to overlook the fact the Claire has her own issues. It is so subtly written, but it is interesting that Claire, who was a highly successful SOE Operative, frequently cries for example. On reflection, the reader should realise that this is peace-time and Claire’s reaction to her war-time experiences are most likely manifesting themselves this way, and in other ways too, that people would consider uncharacteristic of her.

The vivid descriptions and the haunting narrative pull at the heart. It is achingly painful in places. The fast-paced ending had me holding my breath and turning the pages as fast as possible. If you don’t read any of the others, do read this one. It is a fantastic novel and may well make it on to my Books of the Year. I highly recommend it to you.

Enjoy!

PS: and while we should never judge a book by its cover – I really love this one!


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CH - Author photographMadalyn Morgan has been an actress for more than thirty years working in Repertory theatre, the West End, film and television. She is a radio presenter and journalist, writing articles for newspapers and magazines.

Madalyn was brought up in Lutterworth, at the Fox Inn. The pub was a great place for an aspiring actress and writer to live, as there were so many different characters to study and accents to learn. At twenty-four Madalyn gave up a successful hairdressing salon and wig-hire business for a place at E15 Drama College, and a career as an actress.

In 2000, with fewer parts available for older actresses, Madalyn taught herself to touch type, completed a two-year correspondence course with The Writer’s Bureau, and started writing. After living in London for thirty-six years, she has returned to her home town of Lutterworth, swapping two window boxes and a mortgage, for a garden and the freedom to write.

Happy to be an Indie Author, Madalyn has successfully published six novels. Foxden Acres, Applause, China Blue and The 9:45 To Bletchley are set before and during WW2 and tell the wartime stories of Bess, Margot, Claire, and Ena Dudley. Foxden Hotel and Chasing Ghosts are both post war.  Chasing Ghosts is a sequel to China Blue.

Madalyn’s books are available on Amazon – in paperback and all formats of eBook.

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Oh! What a Pavlova : Blog Tour

Oh! What a Pavlova by Isabella May

Oh What A PavlovaKate Clothier is leading a double life: a successful jet-setting businesswoman to the outside world, but behind closed doors, life with Daniel and his volcanic temper is anything but rosy.
Some days – heck, make that EVERY day – cake is her only salvation.
Slowly but surely, the cities she visits – and the men she meets – help her to realise there IS a better future.
And the ley lines of Glastonbury are certainly doing their best to impart their mystical wisdom…
But will she escape before it’s too late?


The synopsis does not do this book justice.

Set between 2000 and 2009, this novel reflects the attitudes and behaviours of the time. From my perspective, much has changed in the ten to twenty years since then, though it seems so recent. Small, unheard beginnings in the Noughties, have come to great fruition, certainly in the UK. Attitudes towards women, towards our LGBTQ community, equality in marriage, and more. That’s not to say there isn’t an Everest of work to be done, but the story of Kate and Dan falls between 2000-2009, and that is our interest here. A powerful tale of love, misguided and misused, romance that isn’t, loneliness and friendship, it switches between light and dark through the entire work. It is emotional, painful, and cruel, while at the same time it amuses, engages, and entertains. The characters are mostly well-drawn though the central pair, Kate and Dan, are superbly defined and narrated.

Kate’s infidelities are raised in the very first sentence of Chapter One. I hesitated; she’s a cheat? I despise cheats. By the end of Chapter Two you are in turmoil and glued to the book, never mind the page. Torn in two, as a reader, between her ‘infidelities’ and her terrible partner Dan, it was imperative to find out what would happen to Kate, and how. (This is the point at which I have to say that I think readers would have been better served with a little less of her job and a lot more about her, Dan, and their relationship. It is the driving force of the book – but that’s just my opinion.)

Kate is a good woman, regardless of what we think of her behaviour. She is compassionate, kind, and cares about her friends and her job, which is running the Foreign Rights Department of a publishing house; a dynamic and important role. She could be described as something of a split personality, and reading her behaviour and actions, it takes a little getting used to. You see, at work and travelling from Book Fair to Book Fair, Kate is forthright, confident, and audacious; at home with Dan, she is cowed, timid, and submissive. He is abusive, and he terrifies her. Bit by bit Dan has undermined, criticised, and intimidated her and finally resorted to violence.

How did she end up here?

We learn that she was bullied and isolated at school, and Dan who is two or three years older, made her feel wanted and loved. Something she hadn’t experienced outside her family, and now they think Dan is wonderful and perfect for her, so she feels unable to talk to them, convinced no-one would believe what he does to her and how he scares her. We can now understand that Kate’s infidelities fill a desperate need for emotional and physical validation; she is desired, she is beautiful, she is wanted. So many times I wanted to shake Kate, point out how brilliant she is, but sadly abuse doesn’t allow its victims to operate rationally, or in their own best interests.

I know Dan. I met him growing up, at university, at work, and in other women’s marriages. You will recognise him too, I’m sure. Manipulative, sarcastic, belittling; eating away at a Kate’s self-esteem, her judgement, and making her second-guess herself. He follows his cruelty with the well-worn patterns of blaming her, ignoring what has happened, or sorrow, regret and begging for forgiveness.

Her friends Steph and Daisy are her partners in work and fun, and the men though typical of their kind in that time, made me laugh and howl in equal measure. These characters are nice and nasty, charming and contemptuous, quite real if not deep.

What is so great about this book, is that the author written about a very difficult and painful subject with a light and gentle hand. It would be easy to make certain scenes very ‘in your face’ violent, but what she does is ‘power it down’. That is NOT to say she shies away from what Dan does, but less is more. She makes the menace frighteningly and chillingly real so the impact is more powerful.

The episodes travelling abroad are a welcome light relief, and there plenty of them; they are comical, absorbing, filled with food and drink, and ‘shenanigans’. They also give the reader great insight into the working Kate who stands in stark contrast to the abused Kate. All things considered, it is a very enjoyable novel, her abusive relationship notwithstanding.

You really must read it.

According to Women’s Aid, ‘domestic abuse is an incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour, including sexual violence, in the majority of cases by a partner or ex-partner, but also by a family member or carer.’ Click on the link to contact them.

Men also suffer domestic abuse, and Mens Advice Line is there to help. They have an excellent booklet you can download – just click on the link to go to their website.

Myth: The law only protects women who experience domestic violence but does nothing to help men.
Reality: Men and women have the same rights to protection from domestic violence.


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Isabella May lives in (mostly) sunny Andalucia, Spain with her husband, daughter and son, creatively inspired by the sea and the mountains. When she isn’t having her cake and eating it, sampling a new cocktail on the beach, or ferrying her children to and from after school activities, she can usually be found writing. As a co-founder and a former contributing writer for the popular online women’s magazine, The Glass House Girls – www.theglasshousegirls.com – she has also been lucky enough to subject the digital world to her other favourite pastimes, travel, the Law of Attraction, and Prince (The Purple One). She has recently become a Book Fairy, and is having lots of fun with her imaginative ‘drops’! Costa del Churros is her third novel with Crooked Cat Books, following on from the hit sensations, Oh! What a Pavlova and The Cocktail Bar.

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Redneck’s Revenge : Blog Tour

Redneck’s Revenge by Joan Livingston

Rednecks Revenge hi resHer next case. She’s in it for good.

Isabel Long is in a funk months after solving her first case. Her relationship with the Rooster Bar’s owner is over. Then the cops say she must work for a licensed P.I. before working solo. Encouraged by her ‘Watson’ — her 92-year-old mother  — Isabel snaps out of it by hooking up with a P.I. and finding a new case.

The official ruling is Chet Waters, an ‘ornery so-and-so, was passed out when his house caught fire. His daughter, who inherited the junkyard, believes he was murdered. Topping the list of suspects are dangerous drug-dealing brothers, a rival junkyard owner, and an ex-husband. Could the man’s death simply be a case of redneck’s revenge? Isabel is about to find out.


It’s not you, its me

A clichéd phrase and yet it couldn’t be more true than between me and Redneck’s Revenge.

This is book a good read, I happily recognize and acknowledge that, it just wasn’t for me. It took quite some time to get my head round the writing and speech style, and I had to keep stopping as it wore me out.

BUT that is just my taste.

Don’t be put off reading it, because what I can tell you is that you will be immersed in this odd town and engaged with the characters who inhabit it, right from the very beginning. Between Dancing Dave and Jack Smith, ‘the moles’ in the general store and Isabel’s spirited 92-year-old mother, irrespective of what side of the law any of the characters fall on, you will find them all very much three-dimensional, realistic and recognizable. Love them or hate them, you can’t deny how well-drawn and true to life they are.

Isabel is a feisty, up front and in our face type of woman, and at the same time appealing and loveable. As the story weaves its way in and out of the lives of the town’s people, their joys and sadness, troubles and heartaches, we enjoy plenty of  twists, juicy sub-plots, and a great ending.

It’s a good mystery and a clever plot, where solving the crime is a slow peeling away of falsehood and misdirection. Joan Livingston is a great story-teller, I just wish I had been able to engage with her writing style better than I did.

Read and enjoy.


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Rednecks Revenge - Joan Livingston bwJoan Livingston is the author of novels for adult and young readers. Redneck’s Revenge, published by Crooked Cat Books, is the second in the mystery series featuring Isabel Long, a long-time journalist who becomes an amateur P.I. The first is Chasing the Case.

An award-winning journalist, she started as a reporter covering the hill towns of Western Massachusetts. She was an editor, columnist, and most recently the managing editor of The Taos News, which won numerous state and national awards during her tenure.

After eleven years in Northern New Mexico, Joan returned to rural Western Massachusetts, which is the setting of much of her adult fiction, including the Isabel Long series.

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Cupid F*cks Up : Blog Tour

Cupid F*cks Up by Paula Houseman

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Ruth Roth is a straight shooter. Pity Cupid’s not.

Smart-mouth Ruth is an inspirational humour columnist for a popular women’s magazine. Recently divorced, she has found the love of her life. Without any help, mind you, from the little fat love god. Ruth has decided she herself is her one and only. And she’s in a comfy place. Why wouldn’t she be? No need to yell ‘Put the bloody toilet seat down!’ No need to hoover toe-nail clippings off the carpet.

But then a silver-tongued Prince Charming fronts up in his shiny Merc and tickles her discarded, little-girl fantasies. He tells her their love is written in the stars.

It must be a misprint.

A romance with this particular PC is not so PC! Still …

Ruth’s life plays out more like ancient myth than fairytale. And what hot-blooded woman can resist forbidden fruit? There’s a problem, though. Ruth does not have a hot-blooded mum. Ruth has a pain-in-the-arse mum whose squawking disapproval cranks the taboo up a notch. All the more reason to take up with the stud! But it means taking on the harpy.

Tensions mount, and even Ruth’s man can’t protect her from the trash-talking voices in her head. It looks like he can’t muzzle his own either. When an earth-shattering revelation causes him to give her grief, it makes her feel like she’s dating her mother.

Taking the kind of advice she doles out to her readers is not so easy, and Ruth wonders if this love can survive. More to the point, is it worth the trouble?Ruth has survived plenty with the help of her friends. And as a writer, her wry wit, dirty muse, and a bent for ancient mythology have sustained her. This, though, might be her undoing.


In my review of the first book in this series, Odyssey in a Teacup, I wrote:

The hallmark of a great writer is their ability to make their characters, the situations they find themselves in, and the feelings they experience, entirely relatable for the reader. 

Paula Houseman did it then and does it now. Sometimes in a series, the author’s writing dips and we are not as wowed by the second book as we are the first, not so here. The author has presented us with another laugh-out-loud, face-achingly funny, exploration of family and relationships. It’s the same Ruth; lewd and immature, crass and self-conscious, strong and insecure, she stumbles through life, dealing with whatever drama comes her way, with her usual style and bravura.

In this novel, we have moved forward, and as in real life, the old makes way for the new, and so we have fresh characters to get our reading-teeth into. Various twists and turns present us with a dramatic production whose characters include Ralph as her new-love-man-of-her-dreams, teenagers filled with angst and issues, the neighbour from hell, as well as their respective idiosyncratic families and friends. As we are moved, from scene to scene, through the tragedies and comedies of their lives, and the revelation of secrets, Ruth discovers they have more skeletons than the local cemetery.

With a littering of births, marriages, and deaths, self-discovery and re-incarnation, with a wry look at the realities and craziness of  life, Paula Houseman entertains, amuses, and enlightens us. What I said of Odyssey in a Teacup is just as true here:

She writes with vigour and humour, giving the reader no time to excuse themselves from the reading room. Her highly comic and satirical look at Ruth’s (and Ralph’s) navigation through the minefield of their respective families and assorted relatives, is nothing short of brilliant.

Want more? Read the book! You’ll love it!

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photo copy – Version 3Paula Houseman was once a graphic designer. But when the temptation to include ‘the finger’ as part of a logo for a forward-moving women’s company proved too much, she knew it was time to give away design. Instead, she took up writing.

She found she was a natural with the double entendres (God knows she’d been in enough trouble as a child for dirty wordplay).

As a published writer of earthy chick lit and romantic comedy, Paula gets to bend, twist, stretch and juice up universal experiences to shape reality the way she wants it, even if it is only in books. But at the same time, she can make it more real, so that her readers feel part of the sisterhood. Or brotherhood (realness has nothing to do with gender).

Through her books, Paula also wants to help the reader escape into life and love’s comic relief. And who doesn’t need to sometimes?

Her style is a tad Monty Pythonesque because she adores satire. It helps defuse all those gaffes and thoughts that no one is too proud of.

Paula lives in Sydney, Australia with her husband. No other creatures. The kids have flown the nest and the dogs are long gone.

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