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No Bad Days

By: J. Sterling
Narrated by: Jason Clarke,Erin Mallon
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Publisher's Summary

Nick Fisher is State's most eligible bachelor - confident, creative, and driven - and is completely aware that every girl he knows is trying to land him. But Nick is more than the marketing genius everyone sees on the outside. In fact, his life is far more complicated than anyone suspects...even his own brothers.

Jess Michaelson knows she shouldn't want Nick like all the other girls do, but she's crazy about him anyway. How could anyone resist those charms? When he focuses his attention on her, she has no idea what she's truly in for.

Sometimes love is hard.

But it's worth the fight.

©2017 J. Sterling (P)2017 Inspire Magic, Inc.

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I DID IT FOR YOU! NICK WENT FROM HERO TO ZERO!

This story had very good parts, however, our hero goes downhill as the story progresses. He was a wimp hiding under the excuse "I did it for you..."

There's only so much a person should stand from a partner before giving up. How many " i am sorry-s" "I didn't mean it" "it was a joke" "I can't say *NO* to dad" do you have to hear before you put your foot down? And can you really forgive Nick's cruelty handling things the way he did? To me the answer is a resounding "NO"! I can't believe that our heroine forgave him so easily.

I didn't like the story after the way the hero behaved, specially towards the end.

There are many positive reviews, so please don't let my opinion stop you from listening to this book.

The narrators were both great, and I particularly enjoyed listening to Jason Clarke and wish there was more for him to read.

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3.75 ⭐️

I almost feel bad for giving a 3.75 rating bcz I actually loved the story but bcz I’m a firm believer of feedback being a “gift” here are my thoughts:
1- Since there was dual POV’s, we should’ve heard more from Nick
2- Although the narrators were awesome and as much as I love Erin, the listener should’ve heard more from Jason (oh good lord is his voice SEXY🔥)
3- The book could’ve been longer to have an epic romance build up before the chaos
4- Though Jess was still holding on in some ways, I wish she had more actively dated
5- The separation should’ve been longer to give Jess that time to date and Nick an opportunity to delay things
6- Speaks to #2, I would’ve love to hear more about Nick’s interactions with Carla
7- With Jess’s strength, I wish she had made Nick work harder to get her back rather than one conversation
8- Jess mentioned she was in experienced but there should’ve have been more discussion between her and Nick about her past experiences and how he would handle her heart and body with care. Those words would’ve Jess more to ponder over
9- Would’ve been cool to hear how Nick’s Frat Bro’s razzed him over Carla and attempted to get with Jess
10- We could’ve heard more about the Frat Bro who was kicked out. Or maybe he could’ve ran into Jess at the other school (IDK)
11- Jess’s lie to Nick at the beginning was never revisited

IMO: At heart Nick was an immature coward who knew nothing about women, feelings, or how to be a man. He was a juvenile who needed his brothers to stand up for him. I get that was a sort of the point of the story, but I wish there was something more substantial given to the audience to hold on to other than, “my dad said I had to...” WHIMP!!

Here’s what I loved:
1- I loved Jess’s strength and boldness in her attempts to stand her ground
2- I loved the fact that Jess had a great support system
3- I loved the angst this story bought on
4- I LOVED both Narrators (Jason Clarke gives he eargasims, YUM!)
5- I loved the fact that the audience could draw their own conclusions about Nick & Jess’s future rather than saying the got married and lived HEA
6- I loved the mention of the other brothers, can’t wait for their stories to come out on audio
7- I loved that Jess didn’t give in and went for her dreams
8- I loved the fact that Carla threw a tantrum in front of everyone
9- I loved the flow of the story

Overall, I did actually love the story although there was much to be desired. Good thing it landed in the GD Romance Package, otherwise it would’ve gone over looked. ❤️

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Started sooooo strong and then...

2.75 Reluctant Stars for me!

Why 2.75?
I really like the author and enjoy her ability to suck the reader in with the banter between characters. Most of her stories are excellent and this one definitely could have been great!

This book started out great - 4-5 Stars and then started a rapid plummet.


SPOILER ALERT!

MAJOR AND MINOR SPOILERS BELOW. STOP HERE IF YOU DO NOT WANT INSIGHT INTO THE MAJOR PLOT POINTS!!
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1. If you really care about a person you have started dating, you cancel any future plans with other perspective partners. Dating one person while grooming the next person you might want to date is still akin to cheating in my book.

2. Making the decision for your partner while denying them any input is not love, it is control.

3. Any one of the people involved in Carla's plot could have easily ended it before it got to a Church with a simple recorder app on their smart phone.

4. Both MCs were spineless and serious doormats.

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I'm not crying, you're 😭 crying

(Nick & Jess): TRIGGER: attempted sexual assault. Once again, J.S. has managed to screw my head all up. So Nick and Jess met in college, she's a sophomore and he's a senior. He's also the most popular, president of his fraternity, played football and is the biggest Playboy. Jess just exists, going to school and hanging with her best friend and roommate. Nick makes a hard play for Jess until he finally gets what he wants. Then it seems he just makes dumb move after dumb move. With Jess being not as experienced, it seemed that she just kept forgiving everything he did. So it made her look stupid. It frustrated me but I did like that she always called him on his crap and I also loved that he always put her and her education first. I did wish for a final confrontation with the female antagonist but that's just the pettiness in me. 🤣🤣🤣. Loved this story. 

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Totally Recommended Reading

The narrators were so good. Love, love, love their voices and performances. They really brought out the characters.

I cried, laughed, and smile throughout the whole story.

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  • QJ
  • 09-26-21

Awesome

I loved this book. It made me feel all the emotions. I laughed, got mad, sad,happy and even cried. You will not be disappointed.

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Just ok

The story was just ok in my opinion. I unusually stay away from "college" scenarios, because I find them to be annoying and too naïve. I felt there should of been more of Nick, especially during the separation, with less Jess and her sometimes nosy annoying roommate. nick was annoying with his daddy issues. Jess was just naïve at times. Jason did a great for his narration but Ms. Mallon's can sometimes be too breathy over exaggerated and drawled out. Her narration can be a hit or miss for me at times. I could see younger readers/listeners enjoying this tale.

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Great read

loved the story. fun way to get the title. nick was sweet after meeting Jess. great read. loved how there was 2 narrators

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Boring

I waited for the spark and a good plot but just never happened. I do love these narrators but the story line was boring.

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kinda boring

this book is kinda boring but I finally made it to the end , just glad it's over
do yourself a favor and pass it up

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-25-22

Dysfunctional relationship

It's really disappointing that in this day and age a display of dysfunctional and toxic behaviour is considered "sweet" and "romantic". It's not, and I really hope that people who listen to this book don't think that this is what true love looks like. If you truly love someone, you don't "accidentally" humiliate them. The male character is obnoxious and unlikeable to the extreme: possessive, violent, emotionally immature. I'm so over this idea that male characters need to be absolute a***holes to be considered "manly", the whole "boys will be boys" philosophy to justify toxicity. Do yourselves a favour and avoid this book like the plague.

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  • ann j.
  • 10-15-22

More!!!!

A beautifully written storyline this easy listen has all the feels and can’t wait to here more of the other Fisher bothers Nick and Jess’s story made my heart bleed but would loved to have heard more of a rational around the treatment to Nick throughout his life from his father in this book. Narration is first class by Jason Clarke and Erin Mallon definitely recommend as a must listen

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  • Donna
  • 10-14-22

Romantic

Lovely storyline 2 people who fall in love only for other people to put obstacles in their way. A lovely story that has you gripped right from the start.

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  • Jacqueline
  • 07-31-22

Ridiculous plot

This was poor. I only finished it because it was the only audiobook I had downloaded on my phone . The characters spent more time separated than together, had zero chemistry and the reasons for them not being together were just plain daft, I wasn’t buying it. Throw in the bitchy girls, the racial stereotypes and the big PDAs in front of classmates and this hits every stereotype out there. I think I’m just too old to read this tosh. Complete story. Glad I didn’t have to buy it.

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  • janice
  • 06-12-22

very sweet romance

very likable lead characters one very funny mexican roomate. Very enjoyable romance with a bit of a twist running alongside.

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  • Dawn Lottering
  • 06-08-22

A little cringey

This book was ok in parts but mainly very cringey, so much so it had me curling my toes. If I had paid for this book I would have sent it back.

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  • Linda
  • 05-27-22

Disappointing

Struggled to finish this teenage dragged-out story. Liked the narrative changing between the two main characters but found the male readers presentation too down-beat.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 04-25-22

beautiful story

loved it. though it was more Erin's voice. some parts I would be like would have been great if we heard Nick's part of the story. but loved the story

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  • CB
  • 03-05-22

80% Erin☹️, 20% Jason

I checked this book out because I love Jason's voice but this book is almost entirely read by Erin in her breathless, full of 'suspense' and slower tone. Not what I expected or was looking for and it drove me mad. I won't listen to any more books that she reads.
The ending was also very slow and entirely predictable. Not sure why I wasted my time listening to this.

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  • Babs
  • 02-27-22

Loved it ❤️💋❤️

What’s not to love about this story. If life gives you lemons make lemonade. The narrators did a fabulous job…. What’s not to love about Jason’s voice.

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  • Barbra Lazzarini
  • 03-25-19

omg what a mess 🤨🤨🤨

who knew these two would go through so much shitttt to be together .. that their love would take a back seat to the pressure of family commitments..thank god he saw reasons and chased his dream love down ..awesome 💕💋💕

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  • Linda D.
  • 11-18-22

Awesome

No Bad Days was an interesting story. The characters were well defined it was well narrated. I look forward to more.

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  • Ally
  • 10-06-22

loved it

I love how thoroughly the author ties love, heartbreak and second chances together to eloquently.
The amount of emotion not only from the writing style but the incredible narrators works so beautifully together.
looking forward to the next one

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  • Anonymous User
  • 06-28-22

No bad days

Only 14 chapters downloaded it only has half the story can’t understand why need rest

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  • Karissa
  • 06-05-22

average book

not really a fan of books were everyone hate the lead girl for dating the main man as he so hot 🙄 realistically a whole university of lady one, wouldn't hate a single person and two, all be single

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-03-22

interesting story

Loved the story line! the plot was well written and presented. The banter between the characters was excellent and fun to listen too and added to their appeal.

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  • Janette J Ryan
  • 01-31-22

Young Love

When love finds you too soon, it can be a problem.
Jess and Nick are not ready for a commitment. They need to find their way in the world.
Nick starts work at his fathers firm.
Jess is still at College. Her course is axed and she has to move to another College.
They split up as they don’t think they can handle a distant relationship.
Nick is coerced by his father to marry a colleagues daughter, which makes Jess miserable.