Title: All I've Never Wanted
The Scions were the four most powerful guys at Valesca Academy. They terrorized anyone who stood in their way and, unlike every other girl in school, all Maya Lindberg wanted to do was to avoid them until she could graduate from the hellhole she currently attended. And then, out of seemingly nowhere, one becomes her fake boyfriend, one her unwanted matchmaker, one her guardian angel, and the one she couldn't stand the most? He's her new housemate. And she is definitely not happy about it.
Sue me, it's another one of the ever amazing ACRL37 works. If you liked the Studying Abroad series, you will definitely like this one. AINW is a little more cliché and unrealistic than the Studying Abroad books but with all that's been said and done it is amazing. Give it a try!
Anna did comment that AINW was inspired by Hana Yori Dango/Boys Over FLowers/Meteor Garden, which (correct me if I'm incorrect) are all Korean dramas. Just to clear away any confusion. But with that said, I thought the book was pretty freaking awesome.
Roman is just totally adorable (he wouldn't like that :3), Zach is so pinch-cheeks-cute, Parker's just to-die-for, Carlo the hot Columbian and need I mention the fifth and latest addition to the Scions? Well, I won't spoil it for any new readers but oh. My. God. I am so jealous. :)
Anyway, give the book a try. If you've already read it, comment below, tell others what you thought of the book! It was amazing, right? Feel free to say otherwise, but personally, I fell in love with the story. Unlike the Studying Abroad IWEMA (Book One) the blurb wasn't what caught me. I don't know, I suppose it was literally how amazing I knew ACRL37 writes and not to mention Chapter One dives straight into the plot.
Also unlike IWEMA, AINW doesn't stop and start every now and then, it just goes through the story, steadily. It's an amazing story, definitely another book I would call a Wattpad Original, and even though some might find it "cliché" I can assure you ACRL37 turns what would normally be cliché and unrealistic into something that has you on the edge of your seat.
Try it! I promise you're in for a rollercoaster ride.