Gossip Girl meets Hollywood in this steamy new series. I've always written scripts for my perfect life.But no way could I have ever scripted this. My life is so far from perfect, it's not even funny.All because of a stalker. I'm at a boarding school, where I have to lie about who... show more
Gossip Girl meets Hollywood in this steamy new series. I've always written scripts for my perfect life.But no way could I have ever scripted this. My life is so far from perfect, it's not even funny.All because of a stalker. I'm at a boarding school, where I have to lie about who I am. I can't see my family. I'm tutoring a hottie god that tortures me with his smile. The most popular girl already hates me. But there's this boy.This hot, sweet, sexy boy.So I'm going to stop trying to script my life and just live it.Because who knows how long I have left.
Pages no: 312
Edition language: English
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Romance
, New Adult
Series: The Keatyn Chronicles (#2)
Love this series!
Kiss Me picks up exactly where Stalk Me ended, kind of like the first book never end. So make sure you read the first novel! This series is shaping to be like Gossip Girl except boarding school edition, which is awesome because I love GG. This book definitely has a lot more going on than the first n...
The entire book takes place over one month's time and basically gives us the daily play-by-play of your high school drama, albeit for rich boarding school kids. I'm sorry, but I just could not appreciate it. The only significant tie-in to the first book was the appearance of Vincent at one of B's...
This book was part of a blog tour, I received a copy for my honest reviewKiss Me is the second book in the Keatyn chronicles and starts right where Stalk Me left off, Keatyn is away at a boarding school. She can't talk to any of her friends; she is in a new place and has all new problems. The queen ...
I didn’t realize before starting the second book that these book read like a TV series – as in, when one book ends, the next one starts. There is no gap, and there is no summary provided. Since I started reading this one immediately after reading Stalk Me, it worked out, but it is a little warning t...