Good girl Astrid Ella Bailey, the Oreo-loving school nerd of Evergreen High, has anxiety issues. Like any other nerd, she preferred to bury her nose in her books all day and avoid attention like the plague. She never got into trouble, save for that one time a kid ruined a photo of her best friend… a very dear friend she just lost in a tragic accident.
Bad boy Kai Asher, her high school’s head playboy, is trouble incarnate. Intense, rough, and sexy, he’s the one who makes all the girls swoon. One flirtatious wink and their heart’s bend like clay dough. Oh, the shame when they all break like fragile china.
A bet is made, tempers flare up, and punches are thrown. And when the good girl crashes into the bad boy — quite literally, screeching tires and smoking hoods included — the school went wild with intrigue. Astrid was thrown into the spotlight, and extra attention is never good for an almost antisocial nerd.
What was the bet? And why did Kai suddenly appear — in all his half-naked glory — at Astrid’s next door window one day? Can she resist his insane sexual innuendos, or will she lose her sanity? Or what’s left of it, anyway.
Fall in love with this light-hearted bad boy YA romance that’s sure to make you more than a little giddy inside. Wear your PJs, snuggle into your couch, and enjoy this hilarious read (preferably with Oreos on the side). Grab your copy now!
This story begins when good girl Astrid is starting to get more attention from people who have been nothing but mean to her for a long time. She's not really happy about that fact, and the more her brother, his friends, and the school bad boy try to grab her attention she has no idea what's really going on with them or why they are doing this.
But, as time goes on and she goes on with it, things go from strange to even more strange. Her life is changing and she doesn't understand why. And when she finds out what actually happened, she won't know which way to go from here.
This book blew me away. I was not expecting it to be that good, but it really was.
I enjoyed the whole plot line, even if at times I was a little bit confused. I also really loved the heroine. She help a lot of strength, even though she was going through some rough times.
I'm not really sure about the hero, or about Astrid's brother either. I wanted to like them, but after what happened towards the end, I'm not so sure.
And this book ended on a major cliffhanger that left me feeling dazed and confused, and needing more!