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REVIEW: The No Asshole Rule by Ashley Erin

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Title:  The No Asshole Rule

Author:  Ashley Erin

Synopsis:  Andie has one rule she lives by, no assholes. She doesn’t befriend them and she certainly doesn’t date them. Upon transferring to Parkland University, she is irritated to discover her neighbor is not only an asshole, but an attractive one that her body and mind can’t seem to ignore. Can Andie let go of the one rule that safeguards her heart?

Lucas doesn’t date. Ever. At least not anymore but the sexy, distant woman across the hall intrigues him and the draw is more than he can resist. Will he like what he finds hidden deep inside her wounded soul?

They both fight to keep their rules, but the pull is irresistible. As Andie struggles with the demons from her past, old wounds open. Both Lucas and Andie will need to decide what is worth fighting for.

Some rules are meant to be broken. Are they up for the challenge?

The No Asshole Rule is a standalone novel.
It is Book 1 in the Rule series.

NA Contemporary Romance.

 

Jaime 4 stars

Andie had a horrible childhood thanks to an abusive father and an unreliable big brother, causing her to swear off assholes. Due to her past, she finds reasons to believe every man is an asshole, especially her new neighbor.

Lucas quit his womanizing ways cold turkey when he stepped up to help his sister. Between school and his sense of duty to his family, he doesn’t believe he has time for a relationship. Can these two college students sort out their pasts and find love with each other?

It took me a few chapters to get into this book, but once I did, I was so glad I didn’t give up. The drama was definitely there, but thanks to the dual POV, I was never left completely stressed out about what would happen. I really enjoyed this story; especially Andie’s growth, which was perfectly paced. If you are looking for a naughty college romance with substance, I’m confident you will enjoy it too.

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