Expert advice on dating and mating
Their banter is amazing and suddenly they realize that something is changing between them, that they may be more than just friends. I mean, Ivy kind of hated it too, so the book has that going for it, but UGH, such a cliché and if any guy did that to me, best friend or not, I would crazy murder them. I also didn't really like the fact that despite being a feminist and hosting a sex education show, Ivy still slut-shamed Mallory.
I mean, yes, obviously Mallory was awful, but there's no need for slut shaming her.
Scaring away those dates Ivy was going out with, threatening them.Until the last 30% or so of the book, I would have given this 5 stars, probably, but after that, it was less than three.It wasn't the ending I wasn't pleased with; it was how they got there. Life-long best friends go to college together and end up hosting a sex/dating advice show on college radio (thus the slightly awkward title- it's the title of their radio show). (view spoiler)[When they finally did get together, it wasn't as rewarding anymore because of all the bullshit that happened before, and I absolutely HATED that Ian told their story on the air of their radio show.Spunky Italian coed Ivy Rossini likes to talk and push the boundaries.She gets to do both as she co-hosts Riordan College’s radio program, The Truths about Dating and Mating, alongside her lifelong best friend, Ian Hollister.