Review: The Day the Jerk Started Falling by Max Monroe (Jerk #2)


Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the authors via Social Butterfly PR.

We followed Luciana Wright and Oliver Arsen's story in The Day I Stopped Falling for Jerks, where Lucky shared the beginning and end of their seemingly ill-fated romance. Now, the writing duo of Max Monroe is giving Ollie his turn to share his side of story with The Day the Jerk Started Falling, but will this end just as unhappily as the first book or could Ollie and Lucky finally get things right to get their much-awaited--and maybe hard-earned--happy ending?

After everything was revealed by Lucky on her podcast, Ollie takes to the proverbial airwaves--I haven't had time to research on whether or not streaming podcasts still involve airwaves--to let his voice be heard. He's become the jerk in this entire scenario. She loved him, he left her and that's that. Right? Ollie's version isn't your ordinary love-'em-and-leave-'em story, because yes, he did love Lucky and yes, he did leave her, but their story is far from over.

I liked Lucky and Ollie and I definitely wanted them to get their happily-ever-after, which is why I was so looking forward to reading this sequel. The writing is just as great, but I do think that rehashing a lot of the story again had me skimming a bit. Yeah, this was from a different point-of-view, but it still felt like the same story. That being said, I did like how everything evolved after things ended between them. Four stars for The Day the Jerk Started Falling. ♥

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Read my reviews for the Jerk series:


The Day I Stopped Falling for Jerks (book one) - five stars - My Review

The Day the Jerk Started Falling (book two) - four stars - My Review (posted above)

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Date Read: 26 October 2018

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