"Think I could turn that boy bad?"
My two best friends--my only two friends, really--follow my gaze and laugh.
"Trevor Hoffman?" Beth scoffs. "No way, Jen."
"I bet I could," I say, shrugging.
"Why him?" Beth asks. "Why not any of the other nerds sitting there with him?"
"Because," I say slowly, "he isn't your typical run-of-the-mill geek. Trevor Hoffman is different. He would be a little more difficult to take down--more of a challenge, you know?"
Jen's teenage life of rebelling and sneaking out is growing stale. In an effort to combat her boredom, Jen makes a bet to turn Trevor, a nice geek, into a "bad boy." Unexpectedly, she is pulled into Trevor's world of sci-fi movies, charity work, and even--ugh!--bowling. Jen discovers that hanging out with Trevor isn't so bad after all.
But when Trevor finds out about the wager, all bets are off.
I really liked Trevor too! For some reason nice guys leave a good impression on me and I can swoon over them easily! I loved the fact that he was such a polite,honest and patient guy.I really hope there's a guy like Trevor around in the real world.I really won't mind if he's a geek too!
Now the positive's .....The special focus on family ,the fact that this book is not part of a series(YAY!) and the cute moments between Trevor and Jennifer!
I think the only major drawback of this book is the fact that it's fairly predictable and you know how it's going to end before you even finish it.
Overall,even though there were parts when I was a little frustrated with where the story was going,the cute characters really helped me to enjoy this book! Read this one for the characters!
My Rating: 3.5/5