PDF The Rules of Persuasion The Rules of Persuasion #1 Ä Amity Hope
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*tough exterior though *exterior though someone who is really sweet funny caring and hurt I felt so bad for her and wished I could jump in the book and give her a hug I do want to say this though the girl that is supposed to represent her on the cover is all WRONG The cover chick should be wearing some bike leathers and some bootsWith Luke I had a feeling right away that he wasn t going to be what Meg thought he was He seemed to be erfect but when it came to his family life I felt almost as bad for him as I did Meg Luke was a sweetheart though even if he was making jackhole decisions like blackmailing her He had a few moments even if he was making jackhole decisions like blackmailing her He had a few moments the book where he needed to be One Day in December put in hislace and I was so relieved that he realized that as well In the long run he really was a great guyMeg and Luke s whole dynamic had me hooked from the second they bumped into each other literally The whole thing was like an exciting game of cat and mouse where the cat already had the mouse by the tail With the added drama of Alamo Story: From Early History to Current Conflicts parents and a crazy ex girlfriend it was insane not to love this book The chemistry and sparksractically flew off of each age along with a lot of snarky banter and uick witted comments those are always the best Five stars to you Amity Hope I ve been dying to read The Rules of Persuasion ever since I first heard about it Late night graffiti sessions a fauxmance and flirty baseball lessons It sounded like the exact recipe for a erfect romance read Luckily The Rules of Persuasion was everything I hoped it would be and much much Meg Matthews knows she shouldn t have been tagging her high school that fateful night It was risky and slightly careless but she couldn t resist giving her sister such a Isabel de Solis, Soraya: Un Cuento de Amor En La Alhambra public tribute At first it was going. 1 Take things slow her rule2 Make it believable his ruleAfter tragedy hit her family Meg Matthews officially crossed the line from “good girl” to “bad girl” Motorcycle Check Graffiti Check The only thing Meg hadn’tlanned on was blackmail Too bad. ,
Well no one sees her and then Luke Prescott showed up Luke Prescott the spoiled rich kid one sees her and then Luke Prescott showed up Luke Prescott the spoiled rich kid Meg refers to him as is the from one of the richest families in their small town Arrogant and used to getting what he wants Luke is someone who Meg has always managed to avoidbut that s not the case
any Offering her an ultimatum either he turns her in or she retends to be his fake girlfriend MegOffering her an ultimatum either he turns her in or she retends to be his fake girlfriend Meg left with no choice other than to be Luke s girlfriend Now with a set of Rules of Persuasion Meg and Luke set out to fool everyonebut is there a tingle of real behind those explosive kissesFauxmances are nothing new in YA literature but I still love them just the same They leave so much room open for otential romance suabbling and whole lot of awkward yet funny moments What makes it even better in the case of The Rules of Persuasion is that Amity Hope does such a fantastic job of of developing Meg and Luke s fake romance turned real It s chaotic and slightly messy It has increasing and well laced tingles of real romance More importantly it opened up so much funny banter as well as hilarious disagreements real Rating 35 StarsSo much to love in this fake relationship turned true love story Five Things I Loved About The Rules of Persuasion 1 I have read many books where a fauxmance turns into a romance but I still love it I really adored seeing Luke and Meg s relationship evolve and change In an effort to make their relationship look real they began spending time together but eventually they began seeking solace in each other It was all sorts of awww sweet for me2 The sibling connections were so lovely Luke and his older brother Gabe had a united front in trying to escape their arents overreaching control while each thing Meg shared with us about her sister just made my heart explode I swear I was moved to tears 3 There was a lot of great banter between Meg and Luke It was initially sparring but grew to be friendly teasing and flirting I absolutely enjoyed the fun and sassy stuff but I País íntim probably eually adored when they bared their souls to each other4 These two really grew to support each other The time they spent with each other the they shared theirersonal woes They were both dealing with a lot of family drama and emotional Under Lock and Key pain I was so happy once they had eac. Now a certain infuriating boy holds Meg’s future in his handsWhen Luke Prescott staritcher and town golden boy catches Meg vandalizing the school she’s given two choices face the conseuences or enter into a fake relationship with him to get his arents.
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*Luke in his lace when he tries to steamroll her and get his way Instead of *in his lace when he tries to steamroll her and get his way Instead of bad boy meg was the bad girl But it worked out Meg and Luke balanced each other out They were each so good for the other one I also loved that The Rules of Persuasion was told in dual narrative between Luke and Meg That is by far my favorite narration style for a book like this oneThis might sound weird but my favorite thing about this story was the little notebook of rules that Meg and Luke would keep I loved seeing what funny new things they would come up with It summed up the story Pjesme perfectly It was so unexpectedly cute and fun I really enjoyed it I have to say it was a littleredictable but as I have explained before that doesn t bother me at all In fact I kind of like it The Rules of Persuasion was a great summer time read for me I would highly recommend it to fans of contemporary romances who like bets and fake romance story lines This one was a hit for meThis review was originally osted on Book Briefs Seriously what is it with me and fake boyfriendgirlfriend trope I can t seem to get enough This was so cut. And his ex off his backBut as Meg and Luke grow closer they both realize they’ve been keeping secrets from each other Their fake relationship might be doomed from the start if they can’t learn to open up to the one erson they never thought they’d tru.