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Playing With Fire by LJ Shen

Playing With Fire by LJ Shen

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THIS BOOK GUYS! I don't even have words. I mean I knew that it was going to be a doozy of a read but it wasn't at all what I expected and I was absolutely ready to get lost in these pages. Grace and West are GOALS. I mean it guys. You really have no idea. Grace is the type of heroine that really sticks with you well after you are done reading. She was strong and brave and by the endow this book she was shining so bright you were as in love with her as Shaw was. About that man. Shaw. I stake claim. He was so broken without realizing it and watching him become who he was meant to be was a beautiful thing. This book was an amazing plot, gorgeous characters and a plot you don't see coming. Absolutely obsessed.
Blurb:
broken boy on the path to destruction. A scarred girl without direction. A love story carved in secrets, inked with pain and sealed with a lie. Grace Shaw and West St. Claire are arctic opposites. She is the strange girl from the food truck. He is the mysterious underground fighter who stormed into her sleepy Texan college town on his motorcycle one day, and has been wreaking havoc since. She is invisible to the world. He is the town’s beloved bad boy. She is a reject. He is trouble. When West thrusts himself into Grace’s quiet life, she scrambles to figure out if he is her happily-ever-after or tragic ending. But the harder she pushes him away, the more he pulls her out of her shell. Grace doesn’t know much about anything beyond her town’s limits, but she does know this: She is falling in love with the hottest guy in Sheridan U. And when you play with fire—you ought to get burned.

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