My rating: 5 of 5 stars
I'm going to watch the movie based on this book on Monday--thanks to Hachette Australia--so I wanted to read the book beforehand.
Bianca is seventeen, smart, stubborn, and speaks her mind. But she's also a good, loyal friend and looks out for Casey and Jessica. She knows her friends are pretty and that boys like them, so it's never bothered her.
Until the night Wesley Rush calls her a DUFF. Wesley is the rich school hottie that all the girls like, and he loves all female attention. All the time. The word shouldn't bother Bianca, but it does. Especially since things aren't going well at home and her ex is in town.
The night she shuts Wesley up with a surprise kiss, everything changes. He provides a welcome distraction. One that turns into a very physical compulsion she can't fight. But fun and games in the bedroom can sometimes lead to emotions. And B doesn't do school romance...
OMG. I loved this book. Bianca's voice really hooked me in, and who would've thought that I would actually like Wesley? LOL. Love how she looked at life and how she stood her ground no matter what.
This book was funny, but also sad. Sweet, but also shocking. There was so much going on in B's life that all she wanted to do was distract herself from one thing, and then another... but distractions are temporary.
Man, what a great book!