This book really got me started back up into reading again. I love a good high school bully romance book and this really gave me a much more in depth plot line. We see two ex best friends one who is still popular and rich yet troubled while the other’s life took a more tragic turn landing her in foster care. This whole book is wrapped in secret that the author reveals a little at a time. Overall, this book really did have me interested. This book showed so much growth too and really accomplished that, “I hate you but no one else can make you happy.” Overall I would highly recommend this book!
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