School's out and sixteen year-old Kennedy Simms is bored. That could be a recipe for disaster. . . Good girls don't go to real parties, like the ones in the hood. Or rock bangin' clothes. Or stay out as long as they want. But I'm sick of my parents' rules and being the perfect little boring suburban princess. It's my life, right? I've decided to have some fun for a change, hitting the streets with my new bestie, Sasha. Best of all, my new gangsta-fine boo, Malik, knows how to treat me right, spoils me like I deserve, and is someone I can finally call my own. Sure, living the life and being with Malik is getting me into mad-crazy trouble. And if I don't tell the truth about him, I could go to prison. But a good ride-or-die girl never snitches. And as long as my friends and my man stick by me, nothing can go wrong, right? qA drama-filled cautionary tale about getting in too deep.q --Publishers Weekly on Crazy Love qAbrams again tantalizes us, getting into the mind-set of the young, gifted and beautiful.q --RT Book Reviews on The Girl of His DreamsAnd this is the best she can do?a She shakes her head. aTragic. Just real ... aSo do ya#39;all want to see the movie or not?a I shrug. aI guess.a Jordan says, aOkay, I ... Not! aYo, whata#39;s good wita#39; ya peeps?a this brown-skinned guy with box-braids asks.
|Publisher||:||Kensington Books - 2014-11-25|