When we moved back to our hometown in the middle of my junior year, I had some pretty mixed feelings about it. I had expected to see the people I thought I'd left behind. What I hadn't expected was to come face to face with my own personal dream-stalker - in the form of the hottest guy in school.
Crazy doesn't even begin to describe the tangled web my life becomes. One thing is for certain - If fate is real, she has a wicked sense of humor.
In my chaotic world, dreams have a strange way of coming true, but even I couldn't imagine the impossible truth that would soon become my reality. Fate seems to have a plan for me that includes the boy who haunts my sleep, and it's far beyond even what I could dream up.
But, really - why did this guy have to haunt my dreams? Arrogant, demeaning and downright rude, he is everything I never wanted...and all I can think about. I'm seriously starting to question my sanity.
Now I just have to figure out what to do about all of it... Hopefully before I claw his beautiful blue eyes out.
Well written but... Its just like twilight
This book it well written, but it is so cliche, and just like twilight, down to the same scenes. If you’ve read twilight then you know what I’m talking about when I say its so similar that she even has the main character sitting in a parking lot right before her first day of school with her vintage car that her dad fixed up. Its a good read if you haven’t read twilight, but then again, it’ll probably ruin twilight for you, and for the record- twilight is better.