From New York Times Bestselling Author, J. Sterling comes another smash hit in the college romance department! If you loved The Perfect Game, you're going to love No Bad Days.
I'm the hottest guy at State. It's not cocky when it's the truth. Girls want to date me. Guys want to be me. Cliche, I know, but welcome to my life.
There's more to me than what they all see though. Isn't that usually the case? No one knows the reality of my life. They think they do, but they have no idea. I hide it well. I have to or it will break me.
Jess Michaelson is gorgeous, ambitious and totally wants me. She doesn't hide it well. Honestly, I'm not sure she even tries. Jess thinks I'll give up pursuing her... but I won't.
She thinks this is just some game I'm playing at... but it's not.
Jess belongs with me and I'm going to make sure she knows it.
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My first book by this author, I really liked it.
The plot was enjoyable, a high school romance were the player falls for his forever girl and goes from douche to bbf.
Nick Fisher is the hottie in school, lives in a frat house and president of his fraternity chapter, he's a serial dater but when he meets Jess his playdays are over.
I like this kind of story where a douche becomes an adorable bbbf, Nick was tired of keeping up appearances dating the spoiled princess kind of girls and Jess was the only girl not falling all over him and that made her stand out.
Jess I thought was a little to easy though, she wasn't like other girls wanting to be with Nick for popularity but at the same time Nick didn't have to chase her, she was head over heels and gave in to easily, forgave to easily and I do prefer a stronger character.
No bad days focuses on Nick and Jess's relationship, the pressures Nick faces from his dad about taking over the business, wanting to control him even down to choosing the daughter of a business partner for him to date and then added pressures of Jess moving away to another school.
The whole plot was interesting and kept me turning the pages, I really liked the other characters too, Jess's friend Rachel, now she was a girl with backbone, I liked her and Nicks brothers who I would also love to read about in their own books, the guys had banter and a dynamic that I liked.
Told in first person dual pov and leads to a hea
No cheating very little drama or angst, one sex scene, a safe enjoyable read.