Mini-Review: The Opposite of Nothing

Friday, May 22, 2015 0 Comments A + a -

Alrighty guys this will be a mix of reactions and my thoughts that I had while reading this beauty.

First thing first, I still can't believe how short this book was. BUT I do love how short it was. Being 100 pages long/short, there wasn't room for unnecessary outside forces to come into play and make things worse between Callie and Tayber, except one. The story stayed true to them and the problem they shared.

Okay when I started this book I immediately thought "Oop she's dreaming," followed by "WAIT NO WHY ISNT SHE WAKING UP." Guys, let me tell you that second hand embarrassment is a legit thing.

Holy shucks guys. The scenes with Sasha. Those were perfect. Honestly, the first thing that came to my head while reading Sasha's and Tayber's interaction was that it's like A Cinderella Story (the one with Hillary Duff) but more porny computer interaction and they were good friends to begin with.

Finally, what I really liked about Tayber and Callie's relationship (except toward the end) was that when they did do sexual things the next moment they didn't try to do the "just forget what happened" move. Callie asked questions about what this would do to their friendship, and Tayber freely answered them, where I felt like a guy would have tried to evade the questions.

They both wanted something more from the other, but didn't know how to approach the subject. Sometimes the risk is worth it.

With more books to be read
4/5 Stars

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