The Opposite of Nothing by Shari Slade

The Opposite of Nothing

byShari Slade

Kobo ebook | March 18, 2014

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What happens when a socially awkward campus DJ "catfishes" her bad boy BFF?

Callie Evans would rather hide out in her DJ sound booth than face the fact that she's in love with her best friend, notorious campus hottie Tayber King.

Tayber turns hooking up into an art form—no drama, no commitment, no lies, and nobody gets hurt. Nobody but Callie, that is. When she sees an opportunity to explore his sexier side using a fake online profile, she grabs it. Now her uninhibited alter-ego 'Sasha' is steaming up the screen, and Callie is breaking all of Tayber’s rules.

As Callie and Tayber get closer, online and off, she knows she has to confess. And risk losing him forever.

**This 35,000 word stand-alone New Adult novella is for mature readers. It contains strong language and adult situations. No cliffhanger.**

From Reviewers:

"Shari Slade has a delicious way with emotional angst." ~ The Theory of Lieto Fine Blog

"It's blisteringly hot. And awkward." ~ Lia Riley

*"*Sweet and achy and passionate and genuine." ~ Kanoko, Goodreads Reviewer

*"*Slade does an amazing job of packing in a great story in a short format." ~ Sahara H., Wicked Lil Pixie Reviews

Title:The Opposite of NothingFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 18, 2014Publisher:Shari SladeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1940518067

ISBN - 13:9781940518060


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fast, Quick Read I really enjoyed this book. It was shorter then most books, which was okay, although I wouldn't have minded reading more about Callie and Tayber. There is no cliffhanger either, which is another HUGE plus in my book. If you're looking for a short-quick read book, this is a great one! I think it very much shows what can-does happen in today's society. We're all afraid of losing what we have in order to gain more, so we hide behind an electronic front to try and gain more information-knowledge and then find ourselves in too deep to get out easily.
Date published: 2015-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from lovely novella I really enjoyed this novella. It was a sweet friends to lovers story with enough character depth to push it well above average. I would read more of this author.
Date published: 2015-03-30