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Smart Tass (OHellNo #1)

From New York Times Bestseller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff comes SMART TASS, a new Romantic Comedy.Hes the hot quarterback all the girls want. Shes the smart girl he loves to pick on.And now that theyre all grown up, things are about to get geekin uglyMy name is Tass. Im smart, Im driven, and I am determined not to let prankster Hunter Johnson continue raining on my parade. When we were little, hed pull my hair and call me names. When we were teenagers, hed throw food and tease me for being a flat-chested virgin. But now that weve ended up at the same college, hes out of his hot head if he thinks he can keep messing with my life. Its like hes fixated on me or something. Well, guess what, Mr. Amazefootball? Im not that geeky little girl anymore and you do not screw with a smart woman. So whats my plan? Its definitely wild, and hes about to find out...

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Smart Tass (OHellNo #1) Reviews

  • Sharon ∞❥ is an emotional book junkie ❥∞

    3.5 ★'s

    I really enjoyed Ms. Pamfiloff's Fugly series and the way she spun something different so I was interested in what she would bring to the table with this one.

    This is a new adult series and the H/h are both in college. We find out that they grew up together and were best friends at first and then things went downhill and stayed there.

    Tass' family are geniuses so she has high standards to live up to, one of which is getting into the smart girl's sorority. Unfortunately, that falls through

  • Claire Robinson

    1 - "Don’t you think this is a little extreme.." Star.


    I tried, I really did, I generally like these types of books, and the other novel I read by this author was a five star read for me, but I know the title is a little word play but Smart Tass would have been much better titled Dumb (T)ass not quite as catchy, but sums up our heroine perfectly in my opinion, because for a supposedly highly intelligent College gal, she acts like an absolute idiot for the portion of the book I read.

    Brains bea

  • Book-Bosomed  blog

    4.25 Stars

    Tass (Did I miss an explanation on her name) and Hunter Johnson have known each other since pre-school. They are neighbors, started kindergarten together, graduated together, and now they are freshman at the same college on different scholarships. Tass is the brainiac and Hunter is the athlete, and while the romantic set up, a nerd vs. jock love/hate romance, has been done many times before, the climax-conflict is fairly predictable, and there’s a little suspension of disbelief require

  • Dali


    What could be better and a hot jock and a sassy nerd falling in love? A jock and nerd who make me laugh, smile and in the end leave me with a huge smile and a story with a great moral at the end!

  • Carol [Goodreads Addict]

    Smart Tass is book one in the OHellNo series by Mimi Jean Pamfiloff. I’ve been a fan of Mimi Jean’s books forever. She never fails to amaze me with each new book or series. They are all so unique to one another, each one a complete new adventure. Such is the case with this new series. It is fun, yet has a serious side. It’s a little bit sexy and a lotta bit sassy.

    Tassie Summerset comes from a family of academic over achievers. Both her parents and her older brother have accomplished great thing

  • Snow

    A jock & a nerdy chick?!

    One would think, for those who like this kind of trope, as I do, in fact...that there's nothing there that could go wrong in fulfilling this equation...

    And yet again...I m here thinking...

    Fuck, how the hell can you pull the heroine to look like a hateful little snob thinking she's actually the one being bullied by the jock...well, sure she is, but he s not the only one to blame for that, in this love/hate charade...and you still end up disliking the chick?! And actual

  • Irina

    The story is not particularly original, but the book is funny and cute and I enjoyed it overall, even if the conflict after the night in Henry’s „cabin“ seems a little unnecessary (and therefore outrageous) and the events in the end were way over the top. Both heroes are very likable: Tass is a little nerdy, but not too unwordly, and quaterback Hunter isn’t the dumb and cocky jock he seems to be — in fact, he’s really, really gorgeous and caring.

    It was my first book by Pamfiloff and it won’t be

  • Mindy Lou's Book Review

    4.5 Nerdy Stars!

    I love me a good nerd book! Hunter and Tass have a love/hate relationship. Growing up as neighbors has put them in close proximity all through school. Hunter is the popular jock and Tass is the snarky nerd girl. It’s a classic case of boy picks on girl, girl snarls at boy.

    If living next to each other isn’t enough, they both get scholarships to the same college and Tass finds that she can’t get away from Hunter. Things come to a head when Rush week for both Tass and Hunter finally