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Resisting Rhys

Resisting Rhys

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W H I T N E Y By wheadee Completed

In the game of manipulation, someone's about to get played, and all rules are about to be broken. 
To anyone outside of Lexington Prep, seventeen-year-old Rhys Sanders appears as a stand-up student and a clean-cut young man, but a few girls of the school know better. When he's not adding on to his great record of community service, Rhys is playing the role of heartbreaker. He has a careless habit of crushing hearts and walking away. To Rhys, it's all in good fun. Between keeping up his grades and extracurricular activities to make his parents happy, he'd do anything to get his mind off of Thursday - the most dreaded day of the week. 
    But karma has finally caught up to Rhys and someone wants revenge. 
Seventeen-year-old Tatum McBride is a girl whose semester's tuition is hanging by a thread. When someone hires Tatum to do a job for the amount due for her admittance, she's beyond relieved, until she realizes what that job entails. One of Rhys's victims wants her to do the impossible: steal his heart. Tatum reluctantly takes the job, thinking she can charm the heartbreaker. But when Rhys plays his charm on her, let's just say Tatum may find out it isn't so easy to resist Rhys.

hoeaway hoeaway Jun 24
kaolapo kaolapo Nov 01, 2016
any Indian fam out there who felt this story is similar to the movie ladies vs Ricky bahl from the introduction?
boyitskay boyitskay Sep 07, 2016
i love that i've added all your books to my library. when i'm in need of something to read, i just look for books of yours that i havent read.
meenie13 meenie13 Oct 25, 2015
its funny tatum is the name of a character in the book I just got done reading called hustle
Arsendipity Arsendipity Sep 03, 2015
Also, am I the only one that thought of imagine dragons when I saw 'Selene'??
Arsendipity Arsendipity Sep 03, 2015
And why does the girl have a boy's name?? Not trying to hate, but I'm genuinely curious as to why the author chose that name...