Want to read another NA- College based Romance book with a tattooed, manwhore bad boy who finally meets "the one"? With said "one" that also happens to be a complete pushover with personal issues that he can help save her from, while she reciprocates by saving him from himself? Then look no further.
You know, I kind of feel bad for authors who are trying to break into this genre. It is SO bogged down by the same type of books, that it has gotten to the point where it is almost impossible to put out something that really stands out. This book wasn't really bad, but when it is just another in a long line of the same story it just becomes boring. There wasn't anything special about it to make me care about anything or anyone. I actually kind of liked it, but there was nothing there that will make me remember anything that happened after finishing another book or two.
I guess I'm saying that if you aren't already completely over reading books like this, you'll probably like it. There isn't really anything overtly annoying (other the aforementioned pushover issues of Ivy), the writing is decent, and Jon isn't a total douchebag. That's obviously not a glowing recommendation, but if you are one who is over the genre, you'll know that it isn't as bad as it could be.
*Arc provided by Aspendawn Books via NetGalley for a fair and honest review.