Wanting Something More
You have got to be kidding me! On a night like this, when most sane people are home to escape a blinding snowstorm, I happen to run into Millbrook's biggest jerk, Nathaniel Peck, the boy who broke my heart at my junior prom. The one who kissed me on a dare and let his buddies laugh at me. Well,... show more
You have got to be kidding me! On a night like this, when most sane people are home to escape a blinding snowstorm, I happen to run into Millbrook's biggest jerk, Nathaniel Peck, the boy who broke my heart at my junior prom. The one who kissed me on a dare and let his buddies laugh at me. Well, eat dirt, Nathaniel Peck, because you might have noticed me on the covers of a few magazines under the heading: Supermodel. I live in New York City now. I will be leaving as soon as the weather clears. And frankly, if it were a choice between kissing you or braving downed electrical wires, I'd have to think about it. It's official: I've regressed. It's just that I can't stand the Cult of Nathaniel Peck that has come over this town. Okay, so he is Chief of Police. So he did make sure I got home safely. So he didn't try anything funny with me. So that old smirk has been replaced by a sexy, sad smile...No. People just do not change that much. Somewhere inside Nate is the same leering, conniving womanizer I remember. And I intend to prove it...
Publish date: July 1st 2005
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Stepp Sisters Trilogy (#3)
I bought this with a Kobo 90% off coupon, and I think I want my $.42 back. After enjoying the first two books in this series, I was really curious about how the slimy character Nathaniel was going to be reformed into a hero. That issue was resolved in an unusual way: after being attacked and havin...
Unfinished : didn't like the main couple/characters
I can't believe slimy guy from book 2 is the hero of this!
Somehow, I found it a little dry; it didn't really seem that she was a supermodel as there was tiny bits associated to it. Plus, there was no elaboration on the attack on him which should have provided an insight to why he's really changed. Overall, it lacked the oopmh; could have been better but wa...