eARC review: I Hate You, Fuller James by Kelly Ann Blount

I Hate You, Fuller James

I Hate You, Fuller James by Kelly Anne Blount (Goodreads Author)

4.14  ·   Rating details ·  21 ratings  ·  19 reviews

I hate you, Fuller James.

I hate your floppy hair and your lopsided grin and those laughing blue eyes that always seem to be laughing at me.

I hate that you’re the most popular guy in school and I’m still the girl who sneezed and spit out her retainer on someone at a middle school dance. It’s just such a cliché.

I hate that I’m being forced to tutor you in English and keep it a secret from everyone. Because otherwise it might put our basketball team’s chances at winning State in jeopardy, and even though I hate you, I love basketball.

I hate that it seems like you’re keeping a secret from me…and that the more time we spend together, the less I feel like I’m on solid ground. Because I’m starting to realize there’s so much more to you than meets the eye. Underneath it all, you’re real.

But what I hate most is that I really don’t hate you at all.


My review

I hate you, Fuller James was a mixture of Ten Things I hate about you and One Tree Hill. It was a cute, fluffy sports romance and I do like the nerd and a jock trope.

I really loved Wren’s best friend’s, they were both so protective and loyal to her and that was really nice to see. I also liked how Wren’s grandpa warmed up to Fuller so easily. It’s always nice when a story has good side characters. I did like the end of the story.

This book was a good, fast read, though it was predictable. I’d still recommend it if you are looking for a book to read at any time of the year though. It was a four star rating.

Thanks for reading! 

1 thought on “eARC review: I Hate You, Fuller James by Kelly Ann Blount”

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s