“If you love a good enemies-to-lovers trope, run—don’t walk—to the nearest bookstore or library near you.” —BuzzFeed
"I couldn’t put it down!” —New York Times bestselling author Simone Elkeles
When Tyson Trice finds himself tossed into the wealthy community of Pacific Hills, he expects not to belong. Not that he cares. After recovering from being shot and surviving the rough streets of Lindenwood, he doesn’t care about anyone or anything.
Golden girl Nandy Smith has spent most of her life building the pristine image it takes to make it in Pacific Hills. After learning that her parents are taking in a troubled teen boy, Nandy fears her summer plans and her reputation will go up in flames.
The wall between their bedrooms feels as thin as the line between love and hate. But their growing attraction won't be denied. Soon Trice is bringing Nandy out of her shell and Nandy's trying to melt the ice around Trice's heart. But with the ever-present pull back to Lindenwood, it’ll be a wonder if Trice makes it through this summer at all.
Also by Whitney D. Grandison:
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Good books matter, representation matters
Whitney will lead a new era of books that represent todays youth, every emotion and every shade. I truly recommend this and you will not regret purchasing.
A love hate thing
This is well writing. Held my attention couldn’t put it down.Enjoyed the story line would highly recommended
A fresh take on the Teen - YA perspective that I truly believe everyone should be able to read. Gives us true representation of other peoples realities.