Friday, 22 July 2016

Book Review: Getting Schooled (The Wright Brothers, #1) by Christina C. Jones

The Blurb
When 26 year old Reese accepts a position as a grad assistant, she has no idea an unpleasant encounter with a student will lead to the discovery of what she calls “the trifecta”: fine, intellectual, and a little bit rude – three qualities she finds irresistible in a man. She has no intention of doing anything with that discovery – nothing long term, at least. But everybody knows what happens to best laid plans. 

Jason is a grown man. 28 years old, seasoned and scarred by his real-life experience in the world, he’s at Blakewood State University to finish his degree and move on. The last thing he’s interested in is the female population on campus… but sexy, infuriating Reese might be a notable exception.
This isn’t a story of opposites attract. 

More like counterparts clash. 

Neither of them is afraid to do battle, and neither is willing to back down. Love and war, win or lose… somebody’s gonna end up getting schooled. 

My Review
I loved this story. Reese and Jason are on fire when they’re together. Each with their own life goals, which merge when they meet. Their interactions had laughing out loud. And a couple of “Oh no he/she didn’t” may have slipped out.

I very much enjoyed how Jason story was told with a little bit of drama involved, but not as much as other authors would have given a man in his situation. Jason was one sexy man, with his insightful thoughts, smart ass responses, and gentle kindness.

Reese’s life seems perfect, but it wasn’t. I liked the way Jason helped, even when she overacted to certain situations. Reese could be one rough woman when she put her mind to it. One scene still has me cracking up, but you should know that the people had it coming.

The story was amazing, but I could’ve done without the typos.

I give this book five out of five computer shaped chocolate bars.

I purchased this book on Amazon.


  1. Glad you enjoyed the book Nana. I'm kind of wary when a female likes the rude nasty side of a person. What kind of trifecta is that? :p

  2. I agree about the rudeness in a man, but to be honest, she was more rude than he was. He was actually really sweet, reacting to her behavior.

  3. I liked the part about counterparts clash! Makes it sound interesting.

    1. The author brought in more drama with those words.

  4. Great review! Reese and Jason seem to have a fun dynamic to read about...


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