The Bad Boy Experiment
"I was overly aware of his numbing touch, the brush of his piercing eyelashes as he whispered, his callous, electric fingers slowly releasing the pressure from my arm, his flowing, quiet chuckle as he took in my reaction. It was all intensified, even the pulse of his heartbeat I felt in his wrist when I brought my other hand up to push him away. And out of all the days I've ever lived, out of all the things I had ever experienced, I'd never felt so alive as I did in that moment. "
Strangers. That's the only word to describe Quinn's psychology class. And now that her teacher sees it too, he's determined to get his students to become friends, or at least friendly acquaintances. Enter the experiment: a project designed with thirty six questions to develop an intimate relationship between you and your partner.
Quinn, a self proclaimed good girl, only has one month remaining until graduation to retain her perfect GPA, finish this last major project, and to take her relationship with her boyfriend to the next level. In fact, all is going according to plan until she is paired with Noah, the town's resident bad boy, for the project. Between the late nights struggling to get the assignment done, budding feelings, and bitter heart aches, Quinn realizes that Noah just happened to be the only person who was capable of turning her life upside-down over the coarse of thirty-one days.