My mom says that you can't love someone until you learn to love yourself. So even though Vincent is getting more and more scary; even though he's doing a nationwide search for me, I'm going to learn to love myself. Well, I'm going to try.
Mostly, I want a boy to love me. But which one? Dawson - the gorgeous boy who made a mistake, but whose molten lava kisses and steaminess I can't freaking resist? Or Aiden - the God of all Hotties who is practically infused with love potion and who I thought liked me - but now says he wants to be my friend. Or Brooklyn - the boy that first stole my heart; who has always loved me. Well, until the whole cabana incident.
I mean, it was bad enough when there was sort of a love triangle, but now that I'm talking to B again, it's like I'm in a love rectangle, or a rhombus, or something. Oh, and did I mention Cooper Steele: the new soccer coaching, health teaching, tattooed hunk who Garrett sent to school to guard my body. I mean, be my bodyguard.
But back to loving me. I should forget about boys and worry about me. Love me. Like, eventually.
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- Nancy K.
Really, I like the storyline in this series but goodness, how can a smart girl's action be so stupid. She broke up with the only guy who truly cared about her because he wouldn't have sex with her? Because all she could think about is her lower parts? But now that I think about it, all her breakups are because she didn't get her way... such a brat. All her decisions are either self centered, hypocritical or shallow (heck, even all three at some point)... I'm totally continuing because I like her other books. And perhaps Aidan. ;) And just for record sake, her parents are totally doing the wrong thing by teaching her stupid crap and getting her everything she wants.