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The Day the Jerk Started Falling

My name is Oliver Arsen, but my mates call me Ollie. I live hard and love harder, and its love that usually gets me in the most trouble. According to the greater population, Im the ultimate jerk. My affection tends to be short-liveda quality Ive been assured multiple times by the fairer sex isnt becomingand the leaving part of loving and leaving has always come natural. At l...

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The Day the Jerk Started Falling Reviews

  • Lisa (Two Bookish Brits)

    Oh my gosh, I just fell in love with the Jerk. 100% fell hard for him.

    ARC received in exchange for an honest review

    After reading the first book in the #Jerk series I KNEW I just HAD to read Ollie’s book, to have Ollie’s side of the story. I NEEDED to see what he was like, what he was feeling and experienced and damn, I sure did feel everything. This guy, sweet baby Jesus he’s unlike no other.

    *sighs* it’s crazy how much one can fall so damn hard for a fictional character but fuck sake, when you

  • Shannon

    Oh Ollie, I knew there was more to you than what we got to see through Lucky’s eyes! I never fell for you being the biggest jerk in all the world. You’re my boy Ollie and you can call me Little Fire whenever you want! Or you know, just call me. #TeamOllie all the way.

    The Day the Jerk Started Falling gave me everything I wanted in the conclusion to Lucky and Ollie’s love story. I loved getting Ollie’s side of things. Hearing how he fell for Lucky in his own words was just so perfect. He’s serious

  • Janice

    OMG these two books kept me on the edge of my seat! I love the style in which both books were written! It was a true love story for the ages, Lucky and Ollie were perfect for each! I’ve read only a few 5 star books this year, and now I’m adding two more! Well done Max Monroe!

  • ✰  BJ's Book Blog ✰Janeane ✰

    Oy, how do I write this.

    I have been hanging out for Ollie's side of the story, but unfortunately for me, this was a bit of a miss.

    As an Aussie, I praised Max Monroe for not falling into the trap of making Ollie sound like Paul Hogan, throwing another shrimp on the barbie.

    Unfortunately in this second part of this duet, they have fallen into the trap. It is like Crocodile Dundee and Steve Irwin were used as reference material on how Australians speak.

    I won't lie, I nearly did DNF this book as it

  • Emma

    Thank goodness Max Monroe didn't keep us waiting for Ollie's side of the story. The Day the Jerk Started Falling is a stunning delve into the player reforms when he meets THE ONE trope. Although there is nothing trite about Oliver Arsen 💖

    The beginning of the story follows the same format as The Day I Stopped Falling for Jerks with the intimate connection via podcast transcripts. Ollie recounts all of the events told by Lucky from his perspective while giving background detail to the questions we

  • Radd Reader


    Ollie (37). 4 time surfing champ who now owns his own surf business. Luciana (aka Lucky) (27). Journalist. Book 2 of 2. Told from the perspective of the hero doing a “groveling” podcast. Slow burn. HEA.

    This book focuses on the podcast from Ollie’s POV. Ollie has a little bit of explaining to do and he does a great job of bringing the listener his POV. Because Ollie has to explain his actions from book 1, the first portion of the book is a retelling of their interactions from his side. So,

  • Valeen Robertson (Live Thru Books Blog)

    Swoon! That's what I did while reading Ollie's POV. Yes, he was a jerk in The Day I Stopped Falling for Jerks, is still a jerk, BUT...he's an adorable jerk once he put his heart on the line and bared his feelings in his own set of podcasts. I admit I didn't much like him in Lucky's POV, but he most definitely redeemed himself here when telling things from his own point of view. I just wish Lucky had heard his side of things much earlier. But, if she had, then the LOL funny moments as she tried t

  • Jenny••Steamy Reads Blog••

    What a conclusion to this wonderful fun duet. As I stated in my review for the first book, this is my first read for this author duo and I absolutely enjoyed it. Loved it.

    It’s a different kind of story, a story told through podcasts, feelings expressed, actions told, memories shared, they just lay everything out in their story for us to hear on their podcasts. This book started out with Ollie giving a podcast of his story of meeting Lucky and how and when he fell in love with her. We get Ollie’