The Player's Game
The Players Game:
"No. Relationships are meaningless and guys are faggots," I say.
Arrogant, cold and aloof, Sofia Rivera is nicknamed the 'Ice Queen' at her high school. She is anti-social, a 'nobody' goth. She wears all black, has bone straight, tar colored hair and heavy makeup. She has one friend named Jessica.
"She's going to be a harder one to win over, man this bet is going to be rough." Cocky, smart, and good-looking jock, Kale Ryder, (also known as a player and an alien pervert according to Sofia) has all the looks, grades, girls, friends, and reputation which Sofia has none of.
Kale offers to tutor Sofia's younger sister, Marie, with her studies, especially math. Marie is struggling and is in need of serious help. Sofia agrees and let's him come over to her house and tutor her younger sister. Kale has to win Sofia over and make her fall in love with him, due to a bet placed by him and his best friend, Ryan. But things take a complete U-turn when his plan backfires and he ends up in love with the Ice Queen. Sofia thinks that he's messing with her and that shes just a chest piece in game, a stepping stone to his excellent reputation. What will it take for Kale to completely convince her that his feelings are real and that he's not using her? When will she realize that she is not standing on a game board? Will she understand that he's not a player and he's not playing a game?
Find out by reading!