Just finished this book took me two days to finish… I like reading a book that can keep my attention from beginning to end…
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This book was better than her other book. Though, Logan May have been annoying to Emma… At least he wasn’t like Jase was to Lexi … because sheesh he was evil and rude all because he actually liked her and wanted her but he instead tries to rid of his feeling for her by hurting her getting caught kissing that cunt bucket girl Kylie… Idk how he does not see he had hurt her so much when he disrespected her to another level….even more, lucky she forgave him; you dearly have to LOVE deeply in LOVE to give that person who was rude, disrespectful for no reason to give them another chance. I know someone who did this now, but he is worse than Jase; I mean Jase is 100000% better.
I was glad that both he and Lexi finally told each other how they feel because I believed he liked her but he didn’t like her, I was as confused as Lexi was. But glad he came to his senses once he saw Zack with Lexi, I was irritated when he fought Zack for no particular reason. But glad everyone became friends, in the end. Also, I want a book with Trisha and Eric I wanna what will come of them.
17-year-old Lexi Turner has just been dumped by her boyfriend of three years—on the day she was going to, well, “do it” with him. And to make matters worse, he dumped her for a life-force-sucking demon!
Devastated by this turn of events, she decides there is only one way to deal with the situation: get revenge!
Enter Jase Holloway—Lexi’s former childhood friend and adversary to her ex. The plan is simple: somehow talk Jase into pretending to be her boyfriend to make her ex-boyfriend jealous, make him regret dumping her and make him come crawling back to her on his hands and knees, begging for forgiveness…
With Jase on board, Lexi is confident she will get the revenge she deserves. But nothing’s ever that simple, and Lexi soon finds out firsthand that sometimes what you want is not always what you get—and sometimes what you get is what you wanted all along.