Flirting with Maybe
Sweet Evil author Wendy Higgins captivates with this fresh romance filled with alluring chemistry and coming-of-age tension. This 96-page novella of unrequited love between sophomore Ryan "The Kid" McPhearson, who makes the varsity baseball team and finds himself immersed in the life of... show more
Sweet Evil author Wendy Higgins captivates with this fresh romance filled with alluring chemistry and coming-of-age tension. This 96-page novella of unrequited love between sophomore Ryan "The Kid" McPhearson, who makes the varsity baseball team and finds himself immersed in the life of upperclassmen, and the untouchable senior Brooke Bennet is rife with emotion.Maybe to the outside world a two-year age difference doesn't matter, but this is high school. Everything matters. Higgins's deeply felt characters are tested with romantic highs and lows that are powerful, poignant, and keep us wanting more. And this includes a hot teaser chapter from the much-anticipated Sweet Peril, the second book in Higgins's paranormal Sweet Evil series.HarperTeen Impulse is a digital imprint focused on young adult short stories and novellas, with new releases the first Tuesday of each month.
Publish date: March 5th 2013
Pages no: 92
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Short Stories
, Sports And Games
, Young Adult Romance
, New Adult
I loved this novella. This was my first read by Wendy Higgins and I know I will be reading more by her asap. It was such a sweet story and I couldn't help but feel for Ryan the whole way through. He really captured a special place in my heart. He was like the little brother I just wanted to protect....
Cute story. It was fun reading it but it was sad that Brooke didn't see what was right in front of her all this time. The Sweet Peril excerpt though. GIMME THAT DAMN BOOK NOW.
Review can be seen here on Books and Swoons .Here's the thing, I love the concept of this novella but I just couldn't love it and enjoy it as much as I know I could have.Brooke, the main character's love interest, pissed me off with her indecisiveness and with the ways she treated Ryan. Brooke is th...
It's no secret that I loved Sweet Evil. I rarely have time to re-read novels these days, but I've read that one three times already since its release. And Wendy Higgins' foray into the lighter side of YA is just as addictive. Granted, it's a short story and it's supposed to leave you wanting more...