Obsidian - Jennifer L. Armentrout An acquaintance on tumblr recommended this book to me a while back. I strongly regret listening to their advice...

I lost track of the number of times this idiotic girl tripped and fell into the hot guy's arms. I think I would have burned the book if it happened one more time. I'm sorry, but it didn't feel like build up when it was the same thing happening over and over. Tripping, falling, extremely close proximity, his mouth near hers, leaning his desk forward etc.

There were also a lot of scientific elements that I wish were never brought up. These were quickly brushed away with comments by the characters saying they didn't know how they could do what they did just that they knew it defied the laws of physics or whatnot. It seemed unnecessary and wound up frustrating me. If you're not going to explain it, you're just wasting my time.

There's a lot I hated about this book, but I don't want to go off on a haterade storm. I have nothing bad to say about the people who like this series, but I just couldn't stand it.