So Much to Learn

So Much to Learn, no. 1

    • 4.4 • 1.3K Ratings

Publisher Description

"I need to learn," I said in a very small, quiet voice. "You have to teach me…" I faltered here as the whole thing was really just too sordid to put into words. I thought I had a good grasp of the English language, but I had no clue how to put my dilemma to him.

"Teach you…?" He prompted.

"Teach me it!" I finally choked out. "What happens when you actually like the…touching and the….the…fondling and the…it, you know." I had never been so embarrassed in my life. The age old 'you could have fried on egg on my face' adage actually seemed kind of plausible I felt that hot and flustered. But - would you believe it? - Jack still hadn't cottoned on to what I was on about. He looked at me completely blankly and I could almost see his mind whirring as he tried to connect the bits…

After a rather hideous break up with her boyfriend due to her inability to 'put out’, Talia bullies her brother's best friend into teaching her the complexities of a 'full' relationship. Turns out uni courses have nothing on life lessons!

Please note this story contains some mature language and content.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2014
February 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
614
Pages
PUBLISHER
Jessie L. Star
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
504.6
KB

Customer Reviews

Book Eater325327 ,

You Wont Regret It

I was pretty skeptical about this book going in from the excerpt. I thought it was going to be one of those cheesy predictable college romances. And sometimes it was...
BUT THE CHEESY PARTS WRE SOME OF THE BEST PARTS!
I adored this book and the amount of heart it held
there are so many circumstances and people to relate to all while giving you a Healthy dose of humor and sarcasm;) this book is definitely a keep, must read and read again.

jennyh615 ,

Not as good as I thought

So Much to Learn was to long. Childish behavior. Made me want to slap Talia. Just not my type of book.

BriB683 ,

3.5 Stars

This book was okay, but it could have been better. I know that this book is written in Australian English, but the author’s sentence structure seems off to me. Also, do Australians really say “three quarters of an hour” instead of “forty-five minutes”? That was weird to me. I didn’t hold any of this against the author though.

I rate this book 3.5 stars because Talia is so hard to like. She’s immature, rude, and has a victim-like mentality. She snaps at people, is unable to see her own flaws, and is extremely judgmental. She’s a control freak who makes poor decisions. She’s somewhat insecure, which causes her to lash out at Hailey, and it’s all unwarranted. I literally wanted to strangle her. She kind of didn’t deserve a guy like Jack. I would have liked to see more character development beyond her just repeatedly apologizing. Also, this book is unnecessarily long. At least 200 pages could have been shaved off if the author didn’t describe everything in such detail...unnecessary detail. I found myself skimming and skipping whole pages of descriptions that weren’t pertinent to the story. Eventually, I started skipping to the dialogue to avoid reading these long descriptions. It was quite annoying.

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