Breaking The Bad Boy Myth
When Kellan Stevenson gets assigned an internship for Seventeen Magazine, he is less than thrilled. The only thing he wanted less than working for a teen magazine, was working with a magazine full of women who can barely construct five word sentences. To make matters worse, during his first staff meeting, Kellan ends up speaking his mind a bit too freely and gets the worst assignment ever. His assignment is dispel the bad boy myth, by going undercover and becoming every stereotype he has ever loathed completely.
Smoking cigarettes, being a jackass, and wearing an obnoxious amount of leather and hair gel, Kellan can barely recognize himself. The worst part of all was when he went to complete his task, by breaking the heart of the good girl ignorant enough to believe there was a good guy underneath it all, he realizes that he wasn't as good at pretending. Clichés can be a bore, but living one is an absolute nightmare. ***This is not a 'bad boy' novel, but rather, a satire.***