REVIEW: The Day The Jerk Started Falling by Max Monroe
Series: Jerk Duet
Author: Max Monroe
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Publication Date: October 17th, 2018
Series Reading Order
See our review for The Day I Stopped Falling for Jerks here
I think it's safe to say that just like Luciana, I've fallen for "The Jerk" Except this hero is anything but and honestly if I close my eyes and imagine it. I can hear Ollie's voice smooth as silk with that delicious Aussie accent telling me how he fell for Lucky. With this book we get Ollie's story and as in the first book this book is also told as if it was a podcast and I loved that. The story telling in this really helped me picture everything that Ollie felt. And to say that the end of Book 1 had me dying for answers was an understatement. Thankfully we get those answers and I'll say that I didn't expect what those answers would be. This story was funny, flirty and it had those key elements of a whirlwind romance. It had me fully invested and almost waiting with baited breath to see how things turned out for these two. You will understand exactly what I mean when you read it. And read this you should.
Rule number one: don’t fall for your best friend’s brother.
Rule number two: don’t fall for jerks.
But rules go out the window the day the jerk starts falling...
The Jerk Duet is complete!
The Day the Jerk Started Falling, the fun and flirty conclusion of The Jerk Duet, from New York Times bestselling author Max Monroe is LIVE!
My name is Oliver Arsen, but my mates call me Ollie.
I live hard and love harder, and it’s love that usually gets me in the most trouble.
According to the greater population, I’m the ultimate jerk.
My affection tends to be short-lived—a quality I’ve been assured multiple times by the fairer sex isn’t becoming—and the leaving part of loving and leaving has always come natural.
At least, it used to.
She’s an American bombshell and my sister’s best friend—a woman so wrong for me, it’s written in the waves.
And she’s the reason we’re all here.
The reason I have to go back to explain how it all went wrong.
To the day the jerk started falling.