So Much to Learn

Rated 4.62/5 based on 13 reviews
After a rather hideous break up with her boyfriend due to her inability to 'put out’, Talia bullies her brother's best friend into teaching her the complexities of a 'full' relationship. Turns out uni courses have nothing on life lessons! More
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About Jessie L. Star

Whilst digging through her childhood scribblings a few years ago, Jessie L Star (AKA star123) discovered a thrilling saga by her six year old self entitled ‘Jessie has Lost her Sock’. This sweeping epic spanned all four corners of her childhood house in outback South Australia as the sock was hunted down (spoiler, it was in Jessie’s bed all along). Many years later and the urge to write is still going strong, although lost socks have thankfully been replaced with a raft of characters destined to snark and banter at each other until, ultimately, falling in love.

Jessie studied Business at Uni where she primarily learnt that writing and talking were very much her thing and that dealing with numbers was very much not (although, honestly, what difference does a couple of zeroes in a spreadsheet make, really...?).

Jessie writes New Adult/College/Uni contemporary romance stories set in Australia and currently has six titles released:

So Much to Learn
His Saving Grace (sequel to So Much to Learn)
Private Lives, Public Property
Lighthouse Charlie
Saving from Monkeys
The Do-Gooder

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Reviews of So Much to Learn by Jessie L. Star

Abdel zilpha reviewed on Jan. 24, 2017

So good.
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ziggylee reviewed on May 28, 2016

I have read this book three times and I want to read it again. It is that good.
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khaylaa reviewed on March 11, 2015

great book! love it..
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Lollyck reviewed on Jan. 30, 2015

This story is very satisfying.
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Malikproperty reviewed on Jan. 3, 2015

It was good, but too long. But I loved it.
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Neffy90 reviewed on June 9, 2014

I absolutely love this book. I read it from start to finish in one sitting whilst travelling a while back and have read it repeatedly since, it's for sure my new re-read book.

Jessie gets the balance just right, keeping the characters and situations realistic enough for them to hold your interest and have you invest in them as a reader but also including enough drama to stop stagnation.

The story isn't all picture perfect interaction and happily ever afters, there are issues and set backs, characters in denial and adjusting to their new relationships and roles within the family dynamic.

Overall a fantastic read, as are the rest of Jessie's works, I would recommend all of her work time and time again. A fantastic author who I hope to see more from!
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hrhsophia reviewed on March 10, 2014

This was a great read, very thoroughly enjoyed.
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L G reviewed on Feb. 28, 2014

Great book, couldn't put it down.
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Christine Wood reviewed on Feb. 25, 2014

Loved this book, well written and loveable characters, couldn't put down and thought the end was a little bit of a let down hastily finished, hence the loss of one star, I felt like I needed to know a little more than the dear dad letter......
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Kristina reviewed on Feb. 24, 2014

Great book! Very well-written with reliable characters.
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