And is super-confident about having sex. The house was littered with broken bottles, so Bianca called Wesley and said she would go to his place instead. I thought that was kind of realistic. So, naturally, I had to read it. I completely believe in slowly getting to know a person before you let them go to bed with you. Bianca responds to the insult by doing what any self-respecting woman should do and throwing the nearest beverage into the douchebag’s face. Again, a person who settles for something like that should be in therapy, not bouncing around in bed with their nemesis.
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I’m still giving this three stars, though, because it is damn entertaining. She has two good kepllnger who really care about her. In fact, Bianca hates him.
Oct 14, Eunice rated it it was amazing Shelves: I read it in one sitting, it’s a quick read. Even though she could be a bit whinny and frustrating at times her character was still really lovable and understandable.
You can find out more at her website, kodykeplinger. And what starts out as Enemies With Benefitsbegins to into something more as they get to know each other. She is falling for Wesley Rush. Jan 25, Clumsy Storyteller rated it really liked it Shelves: In a weird way, I almost expected more the duff kody keplinger over it.
Then his hand traveled over her body, and she shoved him away, slapping him. I was all ‘Hmm. Eager dufv escape, Bianca throws herself into a closeted enemies-with-benefits relationship with him. These two would have to be one of my favourite literary couple because of their witty banter. She probably naively thinks that every Boyfriend is going to be like that, and this is simply not true.
Talk about a refreshing flippin’ change of pace from the regular YA fare. And now for the big one, the S E X. For one thing, it’s often talked about malicious cheerleaders who keep ugly or shy freshman girls as “pets,” basically ordering them to do menial tasks and verbally abusing them. I felt terrible every time Bianca would say something like this.
I thought Wesley Rush didn’t chase girls. The word that first comes to mind when thinking back over this book is messy.
I pull a ‘pot calling the kettle black’ frequently when it concerns myself and other people, no matter how nice I am or how much I like people-it’s human nature to be a wee bit judgemental, and I can’t say I’m not And I am amazed this is Keplinger debut novel and she was only 17 when she wrote it. She was ridiculously cynical, keolinger I guess maybe I am too because most of the time when she would say something, I’d keplingr sitting there nodding my head and going “hey, I would say that!
I bet you more people contract syphilis on Valentine’s Day than on any other day of the year. It’s basically fade to black with no details, other than kissing.
I apologise that there’s the duff kody keplinger filter on this review either, because I genuinely feel like this book just wasn’t right. As Bianca says ” I was the Duff. Based on those two things, would you 4.