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Smart Tass

By: Mimi Jean Pamfiloff
Narrated by: Lauren Sweet
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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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  • sunshine
  • 12-03-18

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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  • Amazon Customer
  • 13-04-19

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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  • Tasha Talks Books Blog
  • 17-11-19

Friggin love

I totally fell in love with this story. It had me laughing. It had me feeling. This sorry was amazing.

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  • Trisha C.
  • 06-09-19

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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  • Theirry
  • 21-01-22

DNF

I bought this book because the ratings were so high, but I found the story so trite and childish I just couldn't finish.

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  • Teresa
  • 04-01-22

Fun enemy’s to lovers story.

I enjoyed it overall, but the story is a little juvenal, but that’s what I expected from the synapsis and I did buy it on a sale. Tass has a lot of growing up to do, but when she does, she realizes what she really wants, and that Hunter is not who she thought he was. I will try the next book on a sale, as I enjoyed the story but not all of it as some parts were a bit much. Narrator was fairly good, a couple of times she was a bit annoying, when Tass was trying over the top flirting, it was just weird.

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  • LACI LINCOLN
  • 30-11-21

Great listen!

I enjoyed it! The realistic banter was entertaining, and a cute love story. highly recommend.

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  • Netta
  • 25-09-20

Romantic comedy

Tass is an intelligent young lady that has a lot of maturity yet ahead of her. Throughout this book she starts to see things in a new light, and even though she has a ways to go at the end. She is on the right track. There are parts you'll be laughing and parts you'll be shaking your head. The narrative is excellent!

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  • Just me Nicole
  • 17-06-20

sacrificing the virgin

Smart Tass was a fun listen! I enjoyed the storyline and the narrator! It was a college pledge/ college football/ fake romance with childhood freinemies romance.

Great listen!

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  • JTNH1975
  • 05-03-20

Story was decent but the female M/C is unlikable.

I get nerdy, but this is over the top. Its snotty more than nerdy. These nerds think they are above everyone, etc.. and the fmc is the worst stereotypical type. She's snooty , ungrateful, and annoying. I liked Hunter. At least he had the galls to go after what he wanted . He wasn't judgmental like her. The narrator.. ugh.. she had that nasal"ly" voice.. It made the girls even more snotty.. Potential to be decent if they showed some epiphany with these nerds (esp Lainey and her fraternity).