Pain & Pleasure: Perplexed Love {Wattpadprize14}

Pain & Pleasure: Perplexed Love {Wattpadprize14}

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Whitney T. Hines By Whines8 Completed

Kyla Johnson is a girl who is forced to move from her home city of Sacramento, California to Seattle, Washington because of her fathers job. She hates the fact that she has to start over in a new city and most importantly at a new school called Lakeside Academy. Kyla's life starts to turn into a crazy roller coaster from the moment she steps foot into Lakeside Academy all because of a guy named Liam Lock. His crazy mood swings and personality aren't the only thing Kyla notices on her first day at school. There's something strange about Liam Lock that intrigues Kyla’s curiosity.

Follow the twist and turns that will interlace Kyla and Liam together as boarders are crossed and emotions are played with.. What will happen to these two in the end.

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Never-Stop-Dreaming- Never-Stop-Dreaming- Mar 23, 2016
Didn't know this book is going to be about my life everyday 😮
poopynugets poopynugets May 12, 2016
When I moved I was so excited I was literally jumping up and down
Britishdoitbetter Britishdoitbetter Jun 04, 2016
Lol she isn't judging! She's just looking out for herself. She knows where she stands and what type of friendship group she fits into.
poopynugets poopynugets May 12, 2016
I'm just sitting here laughing at everyone who says wow she's so judgy well aren't you being judgy I mean you just meet her there could be a reason or she really could be judgy
Ros3petalz Ros3petalz Feb 17, 2015
movers never listen, they do what they want, only to charge you more money
Ros3petalz Ros3petalz Feb 17, 2015
i was like that in junior high,  high school we didn't  have social groups