Mr. Nice Guy

Mr. Nice Guy

Lucas Callahan gave up his law degree, fiancée and small-town future for a shot at making it in the Big Apple. He snags an entry-level job at Empire magazine, believing it?s only a matter of time before he becomes a famous writer. And then late one night in a downtown bar he meets a gorgeous brunette who takes him home... Carmen Kelly wanted to be a hard-hitting journalist, Lucas Callahan gave up his law degree, fiancée and small-town future for a shot at making it in the Big Apple. He...

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Title:Mr. Nice Guy
Author:Jennifer Miller
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:Mr. Nice Guy
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:400 pages pages

Mr. Nice Guy Reviews

  • Lauren loves llamas
    Oct 10, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

    Start with the positive. It?s contemporary. Conversational. Easy, fast read. You kind of get emotionally involved with the character, Carmen...almost. She?s a little bit hooker with a heart of gold. There are some moments that go beaneath the surface to reach emotion. The setting, ...

    Not much I can tell you about this one other than it wasn't my cup of tea. Lucas was cringe worthy at times and made me roll my eyes (which with the headache I'm nursing was not a good thing) and Carmen, though better, we needed more of her. Pitting them against each other in the work ...

    Lucas Callahan seeks fame in the BIG APPLE as a famous writer for Empire magazine . Carmen Kelly is cast in the role as Empire's sex columnist who brags of her encounter with Lucas as he rebuts the whole thing as "nice guy." War of words. Love is on the line. Romance is in the air...

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    2.5 Stars I wanted to love this book. I really like the premise and it?s commentary on social media, journalism, media ratings and relationships. But the plot felt forced and a bit bloated. It got tighter after halfway through and the ending was appropriate. It was refreshing read...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley and the publisher. This was a 3 star read for me and that is just because I found it fine. Not overly entertaining, but not underwhelming. I can see how many people would give this a two star rating due to the dragging on of the story. ...

    DNF at 30%. Unfortunately this book is my very first DNF. I couldnt get into the story. There was no chemistry between the main characters in my opinion, kinda boring. DNF at 30%. Unfortunately this book is my very first DNF. I couldn´t get into the story. There was no chemistry b...

    Content warning: (view spoiler)[sexual assault (women retells attempted rape), rampant sexism (hide spoiler)] First off ? this is not a romance. It?s lit fic about two characters who have sex with each other and then write articles about it, layered on top of a traditional ?b...

  • Stacey
    Oct 25, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

  • Eva
    Oct 15, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

  • Ariel
    Aug 25, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

  • Suzanne
    Oct 09, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

  • Jennifer
    Jul 23, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

  • Dana Blazsek
    Sep 30, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

    Start with the positive. It?s contemporary. Conversational. Easy, fast read. You kind of get emotionally involved with the character, Carmen...almost. She?s a little bit hooker with a heart of gold. There are some moments that go beaneath the surface to reach emotion. The setting, ...

    Not much I can tell you about this one other than it wasn't my cup of tea. Lucas was cringe worthy at times and made me roll my eyes (which with the headache I'm nursing was not a good thing) and Carmen, though better, we needed more of her. Pitting them against each other in the work ...

    Lucas Callahan seeks fame in the BIG APPLE as a famous writer for Empire magazine . Carmen Kelly is cast in the role as Empire's sex columnist who brags of her encounter with Lucas as he rebuts the whole thing as "nice guy." War of words. Love is on the line. Romance is in the air...

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    2.5 Stars I wanted to love this book. I really like the premise and it?s commentary on social media, journalism, media ratings and relationships. But the plot felt forced and a bit bloated. It got tighter after halfway through and the ending was appropriate. It was refreshing read...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley and the publisher. This was a 3 star read for me and that is just because I found it fine. Not overly entertaining, but not underwhelming. I can see how many people would give this a two star rating due to the dragging on of the story. ...

  • Jamie
    Jun 06, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

    Start with the positive. It?s contemporary. Conversational. Easy, fast read. You kind of get emotionally involved with the character, Carmen...almost. She?s a little bit hooker with a heart of gold. There are some moments that go beaneath the surface to reach emotion. The setting, ...

    Not much I can tell you about this one other than it wasn't my cup of tea. Lucas was cringe worthy at times and made me roll my eyes (which with the headache I'm nursing was not a good thing) and Carmen, though better, we needed more of her. Pitting them against each other in the work ...

    Lucas Callahan seeks fame in the BIG APPLE as a famous writer for Empire magazine . Carmen Kelly is cast in the role as Empire's sex columnist who brags of her encounter with Lucas as he rebuts the whole thing as "nice guy." War of words. Love is on the line. Romance is in the air...

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    2.5 Stars I wanted to love this book. I really like the premise and it?s commentary on social media, journalism, media ratings and relationships. But the plot felt forced and a bit bloated. It got tighter after halfway through and the ending was appropriate. It was refreshing read...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley and the publisher. This was a 3 star read for me and that is just because I found it fine. Not overly entertaining, but not underwhelming. I can see how many people would give this a two star rating due to the dragging on of the story. ...

    DNF at 30%. Unfortunately this book is my very first DNF. I couldnt get into the story. There was no chemistry between the main characters in my opinion, kinda boring. DNF at 30%. Unfortunately this book is my very first DNF. I couldn´t get into the story. There was no chemistry b...

    Content warning: (view spoiler)[sexual assault (women retells attempted rape), rampant sexism (hide spoiler)] First off ? this is not a romance. It?s lit fic about two characters who have sex with each other and then write articles about it, layered on top of a traditional ?b...

    I had really high hopes for this because the premise seemed really interesting. The main thing is that the two characters are both awful, and I really didn't care about reading about either of their lives. Half of the book was essentially useless. Why include anything about Nicholas? I...

  • Suzanne (Under the Covers Book blog)
    Oct 28, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

  • Melanie
    Jul 28, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

  • Audrey
    Oct 07, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

    Start with the positive. It?s contemporary. Conversational. Easy, fast read. You kind of get emotionally involved with the character, Carmen...almost. She?s a little bit hooker with a heart of gold. There are some moments that go beaneath the surface to reach emotion. The setting, ...

    Not much I can tell you about this one other than it wasn't my cup of tea. Lucas was cringe worthy at times and made me roll my eyes (which with the headache I'm nursing was not a good thing) and Carmen, though better, we needed more of her. Pitting them against each other in the work ...

    Lucas Callahan seeks fame in the BIG APPLE as a famous writer for Empire magazine . Carmen Kelly is cast in the role as Empire's sex columnist who brags of her encounter with Lucas as he rebuts the whole thing as "nice guy." War of words. Love is on the line. Romance is in the air...

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    2.5 Stars I wanted to love this book. I really like the premise and it?s commentary on social media, journalism, media ratings and relationships. But the plot felt forced and a bit bloated. It got tighter after halfway through and the ending was appropriate. It was refreshing read...

  • Natalie
    Jun 02, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

  • Adirondack Reads Romance
    Oct 03, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

  • Maranda
    Jul 19, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

  • Tonya
    Sep 11, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

  • Pennie Morgan
    Oct 16, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

    Start with the positive. It?s contemporary. Conversational. Easy, fast read. You kind of get emotionally involved with the character, Carmen...almost. She?s a little bit hooker with a heart of gold. There are some moments that go beaneath the surface to reach emotion. The setting, ...

    Not much I can tell you about this one other than it wasn't my cup of tea. Lucas was cringe worthy at times and made me roll my eyes (which with the headache I'm nursing was not a good thing) and Carmen, though better, we needed more of her. Pitting them against each other in the work ...

  • Chris  C - A Midlife Wife
    Aug 02, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

  • Teresa (Reads_Romance)
    Oct 16, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

  • Rady Reads
    Oct 04, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

    Start with the positive. It?s contemporary. Conversational. Easy, fast read. You kind of get emotionally involved with the character, Carmen...almost. She?s a little bit hooker with a heart of gold. There are some moments that go beaneath the surface to reach emotion. The setting, ...

    Not much I can tell you about this one other than it wasn't my cup of tea. Lucas was cringe worthy at times and made me roll my eyes (which with the headache I'm nursing was not a good thing) and Carmen, though better, we needed more of her. Pitting them against each other in the work ...

    Lucas Callahan seeks fame in the BIG APPLE as a famous writer for Empire magazine . Carmen Kelly is cast in the role as Empire's sex columnist who brags of her encounter with Lucas as he rebuts the whole thing as "nice guy." War of words. Love is on the line. Romance is in the air...

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    2.5 Stars I wanted to love this book. I really like the premise and it?s commentary on social media, journalism, media ratings and relationships. But the plot felt forced and a bit bloated. It got tighter after halfway through and the ending was appropriate. It was refreshing read...

    I received this book for free from Netgalley and the publisher. This was a 3 star read for me and that is just because I found it fine. Not overly entertaining, but not underwhelming. I can see how many people would give this a two star rating due to the dragging on of the story. ...

    DNF at 30%. Unfortunately this book is my very first DNF. I couldnt get into the story. There was no chemistry between the main characters in my opinion, kinda boring. DNF at 30%. Unfortunately this book is my very first DNF. I couldn´t get into the story. There was no chemistry b...

  • MichellemyBelle
    Sep 23, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

  • Brianna
    Sep 24, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    Nov 05, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

  • Kendall
    Aug 20, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

  • Cristina | CristiinaReads
    Oct 06, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

  • Anastasia Gevara
    Oct 30, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

    Start with the positive. It?s contemporary. Conversational. Easy, fast read. You kind of get emotionally involved with the character, Carmen...almost. She?s a little bit hooker with a heart of gold. There are some moments that go beaneath the surface to reach emotion. The setting, ...

    Not much I can tell you about this one other than it wasn't my cup of tea. Lucas was cringe worthy at times and made me roll my eyes (which with the headache I'm nursing was not a good thing) and Carmen, though better, we needed more of her. Pitting them against each other in the work ...

    Lucas Callahan seeks fame in the BIG APPLE as a famous writer for Empire magazine . Carmen Kelly is cast in the role as Empire's sex columnist who brags of her encounter with Lucas as he rebuts the whole thing as "nice guy." War of words. Love is on the line. Romance is in the air...

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  • Donna Hines
    Jul 30, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

    Start with the positive. It?s contemporary. Conversational. Easy, fast read. You kind of get emotionally involved with the character, Carmen...almost. She?s a little bit hooker with a heart of gold. There are some moments that go beaneath the surface to reach emotion. The setting, ...

    Not much I can tell you about this one other than it wasn't my cup of tea. Lucas was cringe worthy at times and made me roll my eyes (which with the headache I'm nursing was not a good thing) and Carmen, though better, we needed more of her. Pitting them against each other in the work ...

    Lucas Callahan seeks fame in the BIG APPLE as a famous writer for Empire magazine . Carmen Kelly is cast in the role as Empire's sex columnist who brags of her encounter with Lucas as he rebuts the whole thing as "nice guy." War of words. Love is on the line. Romance is in the air...

  • Maureen
    Aug 04, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

    Start with the positive. It?s contemporary. Conversational. Easy, fast read. You kind of get emotionally involved with the character, Carmen...almost. She?s a little bit hooker with a heart of gold. There are some moments that go beaneath the surface to reach emotion. The setting, ...

  • Leah
    Oct 02, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

  • Vicki
    Sep 08, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...

    I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling ...

    **I received this e-arc from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks Net Galley!** 2.5/3 stars. Like a lot of the reviews have said, I didn't like Lucas. I feel like romances written in a male point of view have to be done in a certain way for me to like the main cha...

    NICE GUYS FINISH LAST; Correct? Lucas and Carmen are New York writers in a competitive industry also striving for an honest relationship. These main characters had little depth and were drowning in page after page of dry prose. There was some humor and there was the anticipation of a H...

    ***ARC provided by St. Martin's Griffin in exchange for an honest review.*** I am going to stop right here. ? 5% is where I will end it. I refuse anymore to wade begrudgingly through mediocre reads. I know this book is not for me. The characters are distasteful and cringe-worthy. ...

    You ever get really excited because a book looks kind of cute, but then there's fat shaming right away, and the attempted sex scene read like a teenage boy trying to undress a woman in the blandest of terms? That's how this book read for me. DNF. ...

    The thing is, from the description I was hesitant. But part of me wondered, how could this premise actually work? How could this get through editorial and marketing and sales at a publisher and have no one say, maybe now isn't the right time to publish a book with such horrible sexual ...

    DNF at 21% I hardly ever DNF a book, and when I do it is usually from technically bad writing with lots of errors and that was not the case here as the writing was of good quality. I originally wanted to stop at 10%, because nothing had grabbed me and I was turned off by the hero, b...

  • Sue Trowbridge
    Jun 02, 2018

    Mr. Nice Guy.... hmmm....Ok.. when you have a delivery line that states "The Devil Wears Prada meets Sex and the City"... there is some big shoes to fill there. Yikes... these shoes were definitely not filled!! I was super disappointed on this one :(. First off, this was very very s...

    On the surface, Mr. Nice Guy is about two people criticizing each others sexual performance on a public platform. Carmen is a sex columnist for popular magazine: Empire. Lucas is an invisible fact checker for the same magazine who is unknowingly and anonymously featured in Carmen's col...

    This book. This book has me in a bit of a quandary. It?s not whether I liked or disliked story because I absolutely did like it. But what has me tied up as I?m not sure how to express my feelings. I guess I?ll start at the beginning. One of my first conscious thoughts was that...

    ?Flirty banter, two individuals that portray different characters and attributes but come together to spell out a marvelous chemistry and relationship... ?There is a lot of controversy when it comes down to this novel... My head kept spinning around the idea of "hmmm... wh...

    3.5 Touted as Sex in the City meets The Devil Wears Prada. This comparison nails it. Lucas moves to New York from his small town in North Carolina, looking for a fresh start fleeing an engagement gone sour and high hopes of success at a magazine he will be working for as a fact checker...

    Mr. Nice Guy is tagged as both Romance and Women's Fiction, but I'm going to open this review by telling you that it is not a romance. There is no Happily Ever After. The hero has a relationship with one woman during the book, while he is sleeping with the woman you think is the heroin...

    Mr. Nice Guy is written by married authors Jennifer Miller and Jason Feifer. The book is about what happens when a one night stand goes public. The good, the bad, and the ugly as Carmen a writer, tells readers all the details of her one night with a newcomer to town. Lucas, freshly arr...

    Lucas has recently moved to New York City to pursue a writing career. After one night of celebrating with some co-workers, he goes home with a beautiful woman. He thinks it went great. That is until he reads about his one night stand in a magazine! Refusing to let her have the last wor...

    Things I could have lived without: a 400 page pity party for a so-called Nice Guy. Where do I even begin? If you're going to give me a 400 page romance novel with one hell of an incredible premise, then DELIVER. Suffice it to say this didn't even come close. I expected some kind...

    I don?t like to DNF a book. I?m not afraid to do it, but I don?t like it. I know that the book which I'm struggling to read is something the author, or authors in this case, have worked hard on. Sometimes though it can?t be helped. In this case I was completely disconnected to ...

    Mr. Nice Guy is a light, battle of the ambitious sexes kinda rom-com (think How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days with a twist) complete with sneaky double agents and a side of a very sweet Grandma. This book was the perfect male vs. female perspective, presumably because the husband and wife w...

    I?m going to put this out there: I don?t think Jennifer Miller or Jason Feifer have ever read a romance novel. I didn?t hate this book, it?s a slightly satiric, social commentary on dating and sex in New York City. It?s general fiction. Which is fine. Just please don?t labe...

    I was attracted to this title by the enemies-to-lovers theme. Although this story definitely centered around an accidentally manufactured love-hate relationship , I found it more had a women?s fiction feel than a romance. Yes there was a theme of romance. There was also talks and di...

    Lucas Callahan is a mid-20s native of North Carolina who breaks up with his fiancée and drops out of law school in order to chase his NYC dreams. He winds up as a fact-checker at Empire magazine, a New York/Vanity Fair-type publication that is ruled by its capricious and social-climbi...