Date read: April 8, 2018
Kiss and Make Up
1. Kissing in Cars - Paperback | Kindle
2. He Kissed Me First
3. A Kiss Like This
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Will she, or won't she...Thoughts on Kissing in Cars: I enjoyed this book, but it wasn't quite on par with Sara Ney's Douchebag series. Which isn't a bad thing, necessarily, I just had expectations. (Zeke is a douchebag ruiner, guys. He will RUIN you for all other douchebags.) Weston did some things all wrong, but he was basically a good guy at heart. He was just...a dude. And he said dude-ish things without realizing how much he was hurting Molly sometimes.
Studious and (mostly) sensible, the only thing Molly Wakefield wants to do is get through Senior Year and graduate. Well, that and hit the beach in her spare time. Okay, fine - and go shopping every once in a while for a new dress... (and who could blame her?)
And things are going according to plan - until the day she spies Weston McGrath, handsome star athlete and scholar, spying on her in study hall.
A tad creepy? Maybe.
You see, Weston McGrath happens to be one guy no one can get close to.
Despite her best efforts to avoid it (because let's face it - the guy isn't exactly "boyfriend material") Molly and Weston form a friendship.
But it's a friendship that comes with a price - because Weston just cannot seem to stop screwing things up. Or saying all the wrong things. Possibly in that order...
And who has time for an 18 year old "fixer-upper" that should know better?
Or does she?
Buuuuut...Molly getting all flustered and awkward around Weston was adorable. To be fair, Weston getting all flustered around Molly was adorable, too. It just took him longer to figure out that she was the one for him and all that.
Bottom line, I liked this book, but if you're looking for some serious douchery, Oz and Zeke are the way to go. This was like the introduction to those guys. It only gets worse from here. Or better. You decide.