I was a little nervous when I picked this book up. I read the first book in the series and it just missed the mark for me, which sux because I love Sara Ney's How to Date a Douchebag series so much, I just wanted to love it. So I was apprehensive about this one but I had to try.

I didn't read the blurb for this. I just knew it was one of the other bastards and since I wasn't massive fans of either, I didn't have an opinion on which one I would have preferred. Phillip was actually a lot less douchey than I was expecting and I actually found I quite liked him.

It might have had something to do with the fact he was completely owned by his misbehaving pooch. Because, let's be honest no one can dislike a guy who puts up with that much crap from their dog. Aside from that he also tried so hard not to like Spencer but he wasn't an arse about it. And once he realised how much he liked her he didn't mess around. 

Spencer was quirky. She was so her own person and I really had fun reading all the crazy things she just let fire from her mouth. And she didn't try to play it cool or hide her interest but she called him out when he was an idiot. I think she would be someone awesome to kick back and have a drink with.

I am so glad I enjoyed this book. It was a perfect read for a lazy afternoon full of giggles and aww moments and I'm really looking forward to seeing the next bastard fall.





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