Title: How To Hook A Bookworm
Series: How To, #3
Genre: Young Adult Romantic Comedy
Publisher: Cookie Publishing
Date published: January 2, 2015
Source: Kindle Loan
Getting kissed for a birthday present should not be a big deal. Especially for Brea Mason, who doesn’t think of her best friend, Adam Silver, in any way other than… well, a friend. But after the liplock she can’t seem to get him off her mind. And she has to, because Adam is a senior while she’s stuck in high school for another two years.
Then BAM, the perfect distraction comes along in the form of a new, hot sophomore who actually seems interested in Brea, despite her anti-social personality. And with the stress at home, stress at school, and ignoring the reality of all her friends leaving come June, Brea welcomes the distraction.
But when she sees four fat Fs on her report card, Brea needs a study buddy, and the best candidate is Adam, book nerd and math whiz. So she enlists his help, hoping the birthday kiss was just a fluke. After all, she has a boyfriend now. It should be easy to ignore the butterflies and fizzy feelings that arise with the bookworm… right?
Thankfully, I remember the book pretty well. It helps that I read it at the same time as two of my friends (one of which is Sofia, which is the reason I even read Cassie Mae in the first place.)
Out of the three books in this series, How To Hook A Bookworm is both my favorite and the one that made me bang my head on whatever device I was reading from at the time.
Warning to those who don't know me: I am not violent in real life, but I am an overly emotional reader. The first half of the book was so annoying. I wanted to smack Bree upside her head for her inability to see WHAT WAS OBVIOUSLY RIGHT IN FRONT OF HER THE ENTIRE TIME. The second part had me wanting to punch Adam in the face. Especially one bit. I was about to go on a rant about it... but, spoilers.
Just like the other two books in the series, there's a lot of adorable nerdiness - which makes me love this series so much.
There were a couple parts that I was a bit put out with the situations going on. Most of which revolved around Bree's mom. But, I do realize I saw things from the point of view of someone nearly a decade older than Bree with different life experiences. So, I do understand her reaction to those things.
Anyway, this was fantastic and I loved it. Also, bookworms are damn sexy - and Adam is the best love interest in the story - I'm just saying.