Read This:Most Likely to Succeed by Jennifer Echols (see our full review here)
Kaye has her life plan set in front of her. Or at least the plan that her mother wants for her. She's smart, put together and the head of the class. In short, she's the last person Sawyer (most likely to be in a bar fight, says his class) should have a crush on.
The third book in the awesome Superlatives series gives us a bad boy who's not nearly as bad as his reputation and a class brain who would much rather be dancing on the field than sitting behind a desk. It also gives us some seriously incredible chemistry that will have you speeding through the pages.
The movie couple who would most understand Kaye and Sawyer's predicament, it's the two main characters of....
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Kat Stratford has no time for anything that's going to throw her off her game. She's got her eyes on the prize, entrance at Sarah Lawrence and nothing, especially no boy is going to stand in her way.
Patrick Verona is even worse than the kind of boys she's been ignoring with a reputation at her school that's beyond bad. But, now that she's got her admission in the bag, is it worth seeing if Patrick's rep is as fake as hers?
This is a teen classic! Young Heath Ledger, young Julia Stiles, young Joseph Gordon Levitt, young Larisa Oleynik! It's hilarious and totally counts for your Shakespeare project (did we mention it's a retelling of The Taming of the Shrew?).