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!Download Book ⚖ The Education of Alice Wells ♍ At Mountford University, Ranik Mason is the king of bad boys He s got every cheerleader dying to be in his bed, and the underage booze circuit under his thumb He s a lone wolf who takes what he wants, but never takes anything seriously At Mountford University, Alice Wells is the queen of nerds studious, strict, and smart as a whip, she s never had a boyfriend, let alone gotten drunk or partied She s an ice cold teacher s pet, determined to stick to rules and regulations if it kills her Her one weakness is her massive crush on Theo, the mature, gorgeous campus DJ, and she s determined to transform into the girl he wants If anyone on campus knows how to seduce, it s Ranik Mason Alice approaches him with a contract teach her how to win Theo, and she ll do his coursework for a year Ranik agrees, but as his lessons for Alice heat up, both of them start to realize love isn t something you can teach There s a price And both Alice and Ranik have to pay She did it again Sara Wolf is seriously my spirit animal I adore her and her writing style Thank you for another great set of characters I loved Ranik Well that was ridiculous, but, also kind of fun BUT really, quite ridiculous Well that was ridiculous, but, also kind of fun BUT really, quite ridiculous I liked the book I think it ended too quickly I would ve loved to knowabout people s reactions to Alice and Ranik It was easy to like Alice and Ranik I loved being in both their heads As a fan of Sara Wolf, she didn t disappoint There is angst and passion I would love to readfrom her and also own this book in paperback, 3.75Cute This was just fun and adorable It just made me happy Its just that simple.I will say there are some editing flaws, mostly in the second half, like it was getting rushed But I just overlooked it.Also, Raniks accent was strange Sometimes I felt like he should be British or Australian, other times he was clearly a southern boy I am from the south an Oy just isn t a southern thing So I had to keep telling myself he was from Louisiana Is that right I think so in order to hear himc This was just fun and adorable It just made me happy Its just that simple.I will say there are some editing flaws, mostly in the second half, like it was getting rushed But I just overlooked it.Also, Raniks accent was strange Sometimes I felt like he should be British or Australian, other times he was clearly a southern boy I am from the south an Oy just isn t a southern thing So I had to keep telling myself he was from Louisiana Is that right I think so in order to hear himclearly in my head.But so far, in my experience with Sara Wolf, I just love the characters she creates They are witty, and smart, and funny, and sarcastic and just so hard not to love I really enjoy them This book was very different from her Lovely Vicious series It was much lighter Overall, I really enjoyed it Kinda sorta disappointed with this book.Not saying that I didn t like it, I just expectedfrom it since Sara Wolf wrote it Then again, I ve only ever read her Lovely Vicious series which is PHENOMENAL , so I assumed it would be equally hilarious as those books were But it wasn t Not really.WARNING SPOILERS BELOWRanik reminded me a whole hell of a lot of Isis from The Lovely Vicious series He, too, cracked jokes at every turn He also reminded me of Jack from the series I guess you co Kinda sorta disappointed with this book.Not saying that I didn t like it, I just expectedfrom it since Sara Wolf wrote it Then again, I ve only ever read her Lovely Vicious series which is PHENOMENAL , so I assumed it would be equally hilarious as those books were But it wasn t Not really.WARNING SPOILERS BELOWRanik reminded me a whole hell of a lot of Isis from The Lovely Vicious series He, too, cracked jokes at every turn He also reminded me of Jack from the series I guess you could say that Ranik is just a mix of the two Always trying to put a happy face on to cover his insecurities and beliefs that no one will ever love or want him.Now, Alice Alice, Alice, Alice I totally loved her She was frustrating at times, but so was Ranik, and I still love him The robotic way she spoke and thought was actually kindapleasant Idk, but I liked it The only really frustrating thing about Alice was her insistence that she was in love with Theo when she didn t even really know him Her reasoning for loving him every time was that he was nice to her, and was attractive, and was patient with her Like, hello, is that not Ranik as well She was so blinded in her love with Theo that she couldn t even see the guy that was right in front of her face, the guy that was ALREADY in love with her, with the real Alice.I was kinda nervous towards the end at the carnival I giggled a bit at the similarities between the final throwdown at the carnival in this book and the big reveal at the carnival in Brutal Precious After everything that went down with Alice and Ranik beforehand, she still insisted that she loved Theo, even after he said that Ranik had soiled her But then Alice finally opened her big, dumb eyes and finally noticed Ranik and how much he loved her.And then they made out against a tree and then magically appeared at Ranik s apartment and they frick fracked and it was great and then it s a month later and Ranik is driving her to SanFran to visit her dad in prison and all was well in the world of Alice Wells Like many other books by Sara Wolf, I undoubtedly fell in loveSometimes it s nice, she murmurs To feel the rain on your skin to remember you re still a human being who can feel things, no matter what people sayI am drawn to books written by Sara Wolf like bees drawn to honey, like little kids drawn to cute little fluffy puppies She has become one of my favourite authours that I had discovered in 2014 and I know that any work written by her will be amazing.This book was an addictiv Like many other books by Sara Wolf, I undoubtedly fell in loveSometimes it s nice, she murmurs To feel the rain on your skin to remember you re still a human being who can feel things, no matter what people sayI am drawn to books written by Sara Wolf like bees drawn to honey, like little kids drawn to cute little fluffy puppies She has become one of my favourite authours that I had discovered in 2014 and I know that any work written by her will be amazing.This book was an addictive read, even if some of Ranik s speech was obscure however if you look over that matter, this is a perfect book with likable characters and hilarious interactions which will have you clenching your stomach in fits of laughteruh I promise I won t try to zombie fuck you, either One thing which another review has mentioned was the cover The sayingNever judge a book by it s coveris absolutely correct however I was slightly disappinted with the artwork Other books written by Sara have the most amazing covers like the Lovely Vicious series and they look absolutely divine but this cover does not grasp the audiences attention.I would thoroughly recommend any of Sara Wolf s books because she is an amazing writer and she creates characters which are extremely likable as well as having funny dialogues between characters I meanIt s a winner I m a picky reader.This book had good potential The hero and heroine were polar opposites The heroine was in love with some guy She needed the hero s help to seduce him and in exchange, she ll do his homework.It all sounds nice and interesting and funny.Well, it was Until the goddamn hero made me want to claw his eyes out.I m not really a fan of manwhores in books I used to be It s fine if he was a manwhore But this guyHe continued to whore around even after he supposedly fell in love I m a picky reader.This book had good potential The hero and heroine were polar opposites The heroine was in love with some guy She needed the hero s help to seduce him and in exchange, she ll do his homework.It all sounds nice and interesting and funny.Well, it was Until the goddamn hero made me want to claw his eyes out.I m not really a fan of manwhores in books I used to be It s fine if he was a manwhore But this guyHe continued to whore around even after he supposedly fell in love with the heroine.It gets betterHe admitted to the heroine that he slept with all those girls just to forget her but he couldn t It just didn t work.It gets even betterThose girls didn t matter Nope, not at all Because It was her face he saw when he came.What an honor I envy her.Wow Just wow I m gonna faint because this is so romantic.Listen, this book was good It had its funny moments The heroine was quirky I liked her a lot But I just couldn t stand the hero His grammar made my eyes bleed When I read, I need a well written book If I wanted to read she don t or he don t or ain t every five seconds, I would go listen to some rap songs Actual rating 3.4 I really liked this book The characters ale loveable andimportant, I think they are believable, especially Ranik He is very honest and likeable, I can totally imagine someone like him in real life It s quite rare for a male character to be so surprisingly real and vulnerable and not self assured macho Thank You Sara Wolf for such a nice male character I liked the writing style, especially how the dialogues between Alice and Ranik were written It is so adorable how Actual rating 3.4 I really liked this book The characters ale loveable andimportant, I think they are believable, especially Ranik He is very honest and likeable, I can totally imagine someone like him in real life It s quite rare for a male character to be so surprisingly real and vulnerable and not self assured macho Thank You Sara Wolf for such a nice male character I liked the writing style, especially how the dialogues between Alice and Ranik were written It is so adorable how they fit together, though, they are so different They just click almost from the beginning The only thing that a little bit disappointed me was the length of the book I d like it to be a little longer, especially in the end, it felt like it ended abruptly and I wanted so much to readabout Alice and Renik, when they finally became a couple But anyway, I enjoyed reading this book and will recommend it to anyone who has read any of Sara Wolf s books before or would like to give it a try You should totally read it Well done Ms Wolf