My current read; it’s an alright book 📖👌 📖
You can trust the bad boy.
••••Spoilers; but not that many, no!***•••
Okay, this book was good; I was glad that Jet gave Brielle the experience that she truly needed because her parents were horrible. I always say being rich is not always a happy life because often people with a lot of money think people less money is beneath them….. that was definitely Brielle parents; until they learn actually to start caring more for Brielle and let her run; her own life instead of controlling it for her. If it wasn’t for her meeting Jet; I think she would’ve spent that tome with Stefano or whatever his name is that don’t care to remember.
Jet; was good for her, and she was good for him. Also; I knew that Jasmine girl was going to be horrible soon as they started singing that song “The Boy is Mine” by Brandy and Monica… I was like yup; Brielle should’ve seen that coming when the girl started talking to her in the bathroom. Never trust someone when it comes to their ex; because often if she still wants him, she coming after you.
But in the end, Brielle was the one who gotten Jett! & her parents learn to like him as Brielle did, which was a good thing.
He was supposed to be my escape for the weekend. I wasn’t supposed to fall for him.
My life feels as if it’s spiraling out of control the moment Mom and Dad inform me that come Monday, I’m heading to Italy to “get to know” the son of an important business investor. Apparently, it’s my responsibility as a daughter of a hotel tycoon or something.
I want to be a good daughter, but I’m tired of being looked over. I’m tired of having my life planned out for me.
So when I run into Jet Miller, the bad boy with a motorcycle, I pay him to take me away for the weekend. He’s convinced that I won’t fit into his life, but I don’t care. I need this break.
Two days of freedom quickly change into something more, and I find myself falling for Jet.
Only, he doesn’t know that once our 48-hour escape is over, I’m gone.
And I don’t know how to tell him.
Some rules are meant to be broken.
For fans of The Sun is Also a Star, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, and The Last Summer, you won’t want to miss this epic romance! If you love misunderstood bad boys and heroines who fall in love with them, you’ll devour Rule #5: You Can’t Trust the Bad Boy. It has all the feels of your first love, all over again.