Confessions of a Nerdoholic – Review
Confessions of a Nerdoholic by Savannah Blevins
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Limitless Publishing
Release Date: January 24, 2016
Eloise Duncan has a type. Skinny jeans and black rimmed glasses. She’s a nerdoholic, and she isn’t ashamed…
Eloise isn’t the party all night, keg stand kind of college girl. She works part-time at the Sugar Cube bakery, and keeps her nose in a book. Even with her above par study habits, she still manages to have a failing anatomy grade at mid-term. To cheer herself up, she stops by the library a few hours a week to check out Oliver Edwards, the guy of her dreams who doesn’t realize she exists. At least, not yet.
Eloise has a plan. No guy, even nerds, can resist a good cupcake, and Eloise makes the best cupcakes on earth…
She leaves one of her famous strawberry cheesecake cupcakes on top of Oliver’s chemistry book. It’s enough to brighten her mood, but not enough to bring her grade up. When she accidentally hits Oliver in the crotch with her anatomy book, it turns out Oliver isn’t just hot, he’s also nice and forgiving. He offers to tutor Eloise in exchange for an endless supply of sugary treats.
It’s a daydream come true, but if Eloise doesn’t pass anatomy, her father will jerk her out of school…
Her father never wanted her to go to Maryland. He wants her back on the west coast, following in his footsteps at Pepperdine. He’ll use her bad grade to bring her home.
Will Eloise be able to tame her nerd lust long enough to make the grade she needs to pass her class, or will she have to leave her new love behind in…
Confessions of a Nerdoholic?
What a delicious read!
I instantly fell in love with this. I mean, cupcakes and nerds? Who wouldn’t fall in love?
Blevins had me laughing out loud on damn near every page!
Elle is this awkward college student. She’s an introvert, a baker, and love to dress in a quirky style. She’s super reserved, but I loved watching her transform into this kinky, cupcake goddess. I could relate to her on so many different levels. This sucked me in and I devoured this yummy book.
And Oliver. Where in heaven’s name did he come from? I wanted to gobble him right up, right now. He is totally my new book boyfriend. Even if he did hum The Imperial March… 😉 My heart swelled during his cupcake scenes, and his tutor lessons.
By the time this was over, I had tears waiting to spill over. I loved each and every one of the scenes. Even the simple ones with Sloan and Ava, teasing Elle relentlessly. I adored every character as Blevins brought them to life.
Blevins did a fantastic job weaving a tale that sits on the dangerous line of scrumptiously appealing and dangerously ‘you-need-towels-for-various-reasons’ delicious.
*I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced reader copy.
— ABOUT THE AUTHOR: SAVANNAH BLEVINS —
Savannah was born in Hyden, Kentucky. She received her M.S in Speech Language Pathology from The University of Mississippi in 2009. She’s been writing since the early age of nine when she begged her parents for a type writer for Christmas.
- January 24, 2017
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