"Drama, drama, drama - you know you love it! And Monica brings it in this super sexy and refreshing, un-put-down-able YA!!" - #1 NYT bestselling author Rachel Van Dyken
It’s the end of summer. Just before I start senior year with my two best friends in the whole world. Dustin and Emily are everything to me. We’ve been inseparable since middle school, and when we’re together, nothing can go wrong.
But things aren’t always what they seem. Em’s turned into a drunken mess who parties too much. Dustin and I have hooked up a few times—and now he’s ready to take our relationship to the next level. Yet I’m not sure I want things to change. I’m scared if I take it any further with Dustin, our friendship will be ruined forever. Then there’s Ryan. The new guy. He’s hot. He flirts way too much. And Em has totally set her sights on him.
So when my best friend betrays me in the worst possible way, guess who’s there to help me pick up the pieces of my broken heart? Ryan. But he’s so confusing. Annoying. Sweet. Sexy. I want to trust him, yet he makes it so hard. What I really want is for everything to go back to the way it was before.
Before I found out that best friends make the worst kind of enemies.
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while yes, this book has a way of keeping the audience interested, it still has its loopholes. it’s poorly written, to start off, and also you’re in the same place from the beginning to the end of the book. the main character never actually goes through a huge breakthrough but rather has to deal with her problems. i had finished 50% of the book & decided to skip to the end of the book to see the result; but i was quite disappointed. again, a lot of drama just not as much development. i hate to give such an awful review as i was hopeful for the book, but it gave me no choice. lots of things could’ve been done differently.
Not suitable for teens
This book had way to much erotica for a teen audience. The author really targeted the wrong audience with the content, and shouldn’t be encouraging teen sex and drug use. It seems like the author is glorifying it, making it something “normal” for teens to be doing.
This book has no story line. It went absolutely no where. It just ends in the middle of nothing without you wanting more.