Living With The Bad Boy

Living With The Bad Boy

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crazycliche By crazycliche Updated Mar 28, 2016

Bronte Davis is Worthington High's sweetheart. With a charismatic and loveable personality and a drive to help anyone and everyone, it's easy to understand just why everyone loves her.

That is, everyone except Blake Parker; the school's rude and arrogant bad boy. But even that's not hard to understand why. While Blake is mean, cruel and egotistical, Bronte is kind, helpful and humble.

So what happens when Bronte is forced to stay at Blake's house since her parents are off on a work trip around Africa? Well, with Bronte's sudden determination to befriend the arrogant Bad Boy, you can only imagine all the different possibilities.

Yes, all the possibilities that involve the two ripping each other's throats out, that is. 

With late night conversations, ruthless pranks, constant bickering and secrets that are yet to unfold, its a miracle the two haven't killed each other... yet. 

Then again, opposites do attract.

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LocoJada123 LocoJada123 Nov 05
                              Sun, November 3
                              8:26 AM
                              North Carolina, United States of America 
                              I wanna be a potato
angeryvegetal angeryvegetal 2 days ago
i already predict americans pointing out “spelling mistakes” oh man
I'm not promising anything but I'll do my best for the author I'm starting to like...
You see this book was very popular may be like in 2014/15(literally 10m+ views and that was huge at that time) but it got deleted and she had to rewrite it all again!
Sarcasm is my third language 😰😰😰😰😰😰😰😰😰😰😰😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
It's ok for your spelling mother as mum  I spell mom like this mama so a lot of people tell me I spelled mom wrong but I'm Mexican so I was raised on spelling mom as mama so don't worry  I get it.