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Smart Tass

OHellNo Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Lauren Sweet
Series: OHellNo Series, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 9 mins
Categories: Romance, New Adult
4.5 out of 5 stars (93 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

He's the hot college quarterback all the girls want. She's the smart girl he loves to pick on. And now that they're all grown up, things are about to get geekin' ugly.

My name is Tass. I'm smart, I'm driven, and I am determined not to let prankster Hunter Johnson continue raining on my parade. When we were little, he'd pull my hair and call me names. When we were teenagers, he'd throw food and tease me for being a flat-chested virgin.

But now that we've ended up at the same college, he's out of his hot head if he thinks he can keep messing with my life. It's like he's fixated on me or something. Well, guess what, Mr. Amazefootball? I'm not that geeky little girl anymore and you do not screw with a smart woman.

So what's my plan?

Contains mature themes.

©2017 Mimi Jean Pamfiloff (P)2018 Tantor

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make up 2 break up

definitely a love-hate relationship going to have to say really love the characters of both I found myself laughing really hard due to the Dork comments.. it's charming and sweet has enough drama not to drive you insane. so if you're looking for an easy-going book that will make you laugh without so much drama at least for me this is the book for you. they do have different characters so at the end of the book it's kind of a cliffhanger basically is going on to the next characters . however it does end on the two main characters , moves on to there roommates. I can't wait until the next book

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Couldn't enjoy the narration

The narration caused me to view the characters as irredeemably shallow and immature. It was distracting, and I wasn't having fun.

I'll just read this one myself.

Update: I've finished reading the book, sans narration, and I have to give it 4 stars at least. No, it gets 5. It has a great message. I loved the story. Nerds can be bullies, too. Considering the current national conversation surrounding politics and everything else, It's time we learned that we ALL are capable of fears, insecurities, tender feelings, and unrequited love, regardless of whatever category you think defines you. This book delivers a very timely message disguised under a lighthearted veneer. No matter how mistreated you think you have been, it's never okay to act out in revenge against those who have hurt you, and especially those who you think are "like" the ones that hurt you. The ensuing destruction affects the world around you, drags others into the pain, and spreads exponentially. The answer is to stop viewing the "other" as evil, an enemy, and care about them instead. Listen to them. Try to understand them. Give them credit for being real people, with real feelings and a point of view that is worthwhile even if you don't understand it. What a great message from this book.

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laugh out loud funny

Tass is the nerdy girl. Hunter a football jock. They are next door neighbors, he was her best friend until beginning of grade school. all thru school , bullying , name calling, he playing pranks on her. made her life miserable. Then senior year, he was quuet, no pranks, he didnt acknowledge her! what happened to him? Now in college, being away from home , Tass is on her own. Then she saw him, Hunter! At the same college.Then the bullying name calling began again. The worst him pointing out and laughing about her being a virgin! This story is a funny with emotional moments, secrets revealed, past memories found out!
lauren Sweets narratiin is really good!

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This book was pretty good. You just have to get into the mindset of a college Freshman. Even if you do, you still have moments of "what?" and "go to the source!"

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Tassie and Hunter

Cute book. Well, cute is NOT the right word, only I can’t seem to think of a better word. It was a good story with deep sub plots, complex relationships and truly disturbing behavior on occasion. However in the end it was actually enjoyable.....

Lauren Sweet did an excellent job of narrating!!

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Cute

This story was incredibly well narrated. It definitely helped me get through long work days.

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1st book of Mimi Jean Pamfiloff

Mimi Jean will now be on my “favorite authors“ list. I will start collecting them. The story was great and gripping, I experienced the emotion with the story/characters, the characters were well developed and the performance of the reader was perfect. I will now go through Mimi jean’s list of books starting with “Oh Henry”, the second in the series.

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So bad......bad.....bad.....

I try to always finish a book I start. So I read/ listened to it. Which didn't help the book. The narrator has an extremely annoying voice which only reinforced the "bitchy" main character. The plot is ridiculous, and the cover & title do not have anything to do with the actual storyline. Just bad.....bad...... bad....