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How to Quit Your Crush Kindle Edition
Mai Senn knows Anthony Adams is no good for her - no matter how hard she might crush on him. She’s valedictorian; he’s a surf bum. She’s got plans, he’s got his art. Complete opposites in every way. Vinegar and baking soda, they once joked. A chemical reaction that bubbled.
Yeah, they bubbled. Maybe still do.
Good thing Anthony’s got the perfect plan: two weeks to prove just how not good they are together. Whoever can come up with the worst date—something the other will seriously hate, proving how incompatible they truly are—wins.
Like taking a snake-phobe to the Reptile House at the zoo (his idea).
Or a cooking class where they don’t even get to eat the food (her idea).
It’s all about the competition, and it’s meant to help them finally crush their crushes. But it wasn’t supposed to be so hot. Or so fun. And when Mai’s future becomes at stake, will she be able to do the right thing and quit Anthony forever?
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- ASIN : B086S3R54Q
- Publisher : Entangled: Crush (4 May 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 1481 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print length : 272 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 318,457 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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The story is told alternately by Mai and Anthony, who are both beautifully flawed, totally likable and, in fact, perfect for each other. This book is cute, humorous, romantic, and full of baseball references. What’s not to love?
I received this book in return for an honest review.
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So did it deliver?
Well, mostly yes. As with Josie & Garrett, the banter between Mai & Anthony is fun, & I did enjoy it. It's not quite as entertaining as its predecessor. The push-pull, should we-shouldn't we conflict got to feeling kinda overdone. And the characters' backstories are a little heavier. The ending is happy but open-ended.
*Clean romance level: sweet but not clean, ie no groping or sex, but there's fairly frank general talk on the subject. Nothing overly graphic or vulgar (if it was a movie, it'd get a PG rating)
*Language: mid-level, use of d---, h---, & sh--
*Religion: about a dozen uses of the Lord's Name in vain, sadly & unnecessarily, though at least not as curses
The romance was amazing. It is so sweet and has the best push and pull. I love how they just fell for each other and saw the best. Love doesn’t make sense but it makes you better. And this book showed it. Mai and Anthony loved each other and they care. The kissing scenes are awesome but it’s the emotion.
This book is so good. Go buy it you will love it
Anthony and Mai are complete opposites and they don't make sense on paper. Now, if they could only convince themselves of that and so they decide to have a 2 week fling to make each other hate the idea of being together. I LOVED this premise!
Anthony. I swooned so hard over this guy. And you just love him more and more as the story goes on.
Mai is a level headed, goal oriented gal ready to head off to college after graduating.
There are so many lessons that can be learned in this story and it's perfect for teenagers.
I just had so many feels and by the end, I was an emotional pile of mush.