I received a copy of this book from Xpresso Book Tours in exchange for an honest review and as part of the book’s blog tour promotions.
I read the first two books in this series. I wasn’t really that big of a fan. Probabl because the YA/NA genre isn’t really my top choice. However, every once in a while, I try out authors whose books get good reviews. That’s why I started out with this series. I liked the first two books because the main characters were young and believable. The stories were typical of young love, and those are usually always the sweetest kind.
Stupid Love was a bit more dramatic because of the sobs stories of the main characters. I liked the heroine because she was kind of your typical liberated schoolgirl. She knew what she wanted, and she worked on getting those. She was also strong for someone in her situation. I also liked the hero because it’s refreshing to read a male main character written like he was. Usually, it’s always the heroines who are serious, smart, and different.
All in all, though, it wasn’t as stellar as I would have hoped. It is still enjoyable and is a good read. I just think there are many other NA/YA novels that had a better mix of drama and angst than this one.
Reading Order [book-series]
Book 1 – Stupid Girl
Book 2 – Stupid Boy
Book 3 – Stupid Love