When the only girl you want is the one you can't have... Bad boy Vic Salazar breaks all the rules except one: Don't make a move on your best friend's girl. It's a Guy Code that Vic lives by. It doesn't matter that he's had a crush on her for years. Monika Fox is off limits. Monika has a secret of her own and when a tragedy throws her and Vic together, the only boy she trusts is the one she shouldn't confide in. Vic. As Vic struggles to keep his distance, and Monika struggles with her secrets, will their wild connection violate every rule both vowed never to break-about relationships, about friendship, about love?
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Simone Elkeles is the New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of young adult novels. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree from Loyola University-Chicago in Industrial Relations. She was president and CEO of her own manufacturing company before selling in it 1999 to start writing novels. Simone has earned numerous writing awards for her work and was named Author of the Year by the Illinois Association of Teachers of English. She is the author of the Perfect Chemistry series, Leaving Paradise series, How to Ruin series, and Wild Cards series. All three books in the Perfect Chemistry series have been YALSA Top Ten Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers. Teen readers have told Simone that her books were the first books they’d ever finished reading all the way through and turned them from non-readers into avid readers. Simone is a lifetime Girl Scout and can make a mean fire pit and s’mores, but she not too fond of spiders or snakes in her camping tent. Her funny way of looking at the world shines through in novels that are bursting with sarcastic wit, edgy characters, and exhilarating drama.Review:
Teens with a taste for romance will eat this up like ice cream on a hot day. (BCCB, on Perfect Chemistry)
Elkeles' ability to write deliciously steamy love scenes...will keep her fans coming back for more. (Kirkus Reviews, on Better Than Perfect)
Witty banter, unconventional characters, a heart-melting romance and a charming ending make Wild Cards a winner. (Romantic Times, on Better Than Perfect)
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