Nerd? I Think Not! ∆Wattys 2017.∆
Sasha is the school's average nerd. Well, they believe she is an average everyday loser. Behind her fake glasses and baggy clothes she is a champion street fighter.
Her adoptive parents abuse her, but she carries no hate towards them. She isn't selfish, but she also doesn't hate herself. I guess you can say that street fighting saved her from a dark past.
Drake is your average bad boy, I know cliché, but he isn't a player. He's only once had a girlfriend and she cheated on him with his best friend. Ever since then, he's become a bad boy. All he wants, is to get through highschool without relationship drama.
They're complete strangers to each other, until one day, he stands up for her against the schools football captain.
In her own opinion she can take care of herself, but with her cover as the nerd, she accepts his help, thanks him and tries to move on.
But moving on proves to be a little more complicated than she predicted...
One Not So Dorky Nerd...
One Not So Cliché Bad Boy...
One Not So Simple Complication...
What Could Go Wrong?
"This book was beautiful and it was super humorous. I laughed a lot in this book and somehow I can relate to it. While you read this book, you get latched onto the characters and th ey become a part of you. The characters become what you are feeling. First you're cocky then picky then scandalous, then upset, maybe sneaky now and sad in a few more hours. This book made me cry and this is saying something. If a book can make you cry like how I was, it's worth being on bookshelves. This book really gives off a vibe that let's you interact with the character and relate yourself to the book. So well done, I love this book and it's my favor one thus far. Just outstandingly funny and emotion-felt (if that is even a word)." - @ShanellisQueen777