Book Review: Nothing to Tell (Campus Romance 0.5)

Author: Ashelyn Drake

Genre: NA contemporary romance
Published: April 26th 2014
Publisher:
Pages: 34
Source: E-Book from Author
Available at: Amazon | Barnes and Noble

Goodreads Summary:

Some guys have the art of hooking up down to a science.

They know all the right words to say and all the right games to play.

Except…for guys like Mike Hannigan.

The dude has got no game, his pick-up lines never work, and to make matters worse, his wing-man is his female best friend, Mindy.

Until one day, a mysterious raven-haired beauty catches Mike’s eye and he’s determined to have her. He doesn’t care what lengths he has to go to. He’ll do whatever it takes to perfect his game and figure out what to say without sounding like a sleaze.

But…

There’s always something strange about mysterious girls.

They’re usually mysterious for a reason and this girl in particular might be more than Mike bargained for.

My Rating of this Book – 5 out of 5 stars

My Review:

I found Nothing to Tell one of the best in this novella collection. I really enjoyed it! Especially the fact that it was written in the male point of view. Mike was refreshing difference from most of the “Perfect Book Boyfriends.” He was realistic, and yes, a jerk. In fact, that was exactly what I loved. Oh, and Mindy!! Who says a girl isn’t up to being a guy’s wing-man? I think this girl actually rocked at it! Her advice and friendship with Mike was spot on.

As for the storyline, I found it very captivating because it reminded me so much of the old ‘Demon Lover’ stories they use to tell in Europe. The ones that were meant to warn young men and women to be cautious about mysterious lovers. Except, there was no paranormal element in this contemporary version. Only trouble.

I would definitely recommend this novella. It’s fun, quick, and a well worth the read.

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