Let's Play a Game

Let's Play a Game

3.6M Reads 77.4K Votes 40 Part Story
McKenna By MP13Girl Completed

Adjusting to a new school is hard. Maxynn Chase would know about that better than anyone. When she first entered Corvus High School, everyone mispronounced her name and targeted her as the school's playboy's next victim. But a year later, things have changed. People could finally pronounce her name and were now convinced that she had caused her mother's supposed murder.

Because of her mother's sudden death, Maxynn is forced to move in with the school's playboy, who is still determined to go out with her, even after a year of being rejected. She is just like his usual targets: she's a breathing female. Finally fed up, Maxynn suggests a game that they could play, a game she is determined to make him lose. Too bad she doesn't realize that she's already playing someone else's game.

  • badboy
  • danger
  • death
  • family
  • fear
  • fight
  • fire
  • friendship
  • game
  • hate
  • hatetolove
  • killer
  • loser
  • love
  • lovers
  • play
  • playboy
  • player
  • rival
  • winner
tezhaswine tezhaswine 4 days ago
Actually I am reading this story for a second time!!
                              And I know about TODD!!
I have read this book I must have it sounds familiar but I can't find any past comments if I'm correct the mum dies or something sorry for spoiler if true
holywaterwholesale holywaterwholesale Dec 29, 2017
I just got the strangest image of a woman floating down the stairs in a white gown like a high on weed queen from that greeting idek any more
TheAmethystFlamingo TheAmethystFlamingo Dec 10, 2017
I've gotten more weird variations for my own name than i can count. No one can say my name on the first try.
dilucas4444 dilucas4444 Feb 13
Johnny?!!
                              Huh?!!!!!!
                              Walker!!!!!!
                              
                              (Main Tera Hero, anyone?)
dilucas4444 dilucas4444 Feb 13
My name is also hard to pronounce. So basically, I silenced a letter, and now only my family says it right.