The Unwritten Rule

The Unwritten Rule

Sarah saw Ryan first and Sarah loved Ryan first so why does her best friend Brianna get him? Sarah and Brianna have been best friends since kindergarten when Brianna saved Sarah from the domineering and downright mean girl who thinks she has every right to push Sarah around. Feeling saved Sarah has followed Brianna's lead ever since. Now Sarah finds herself in a really tough place. Brianna has captured the heart of Ryan and is constantly insisting that Sarah join them to create a threesome which leaves Brianna sitting on couches trying not to watch the two making out in a heated embrace. It leaves Sarah watching her best friend dancing and flirting and trying to keep Ryan's attention using all of her wiles. Brianna is everything Sarah is not. Brianna knows how to move, what to say and she is drop dead gorgeous and stacked. Sarah is constantly being reminded that she is small in every way and now in her role as chaperone and go-between she has a guilt complex building by the minute. Sarah loves Ryan and always has. She has really strong wants as far as Ryan is concerned and gradually she watches and begins to see that Ryan is pulling away from Brianna and is headed in a straight line to Sarah. It's everything she has always wanted but how can she betray her best friend? Romance my friends, romance. It's wonderful stuff. Light and fluffy. Delicious. This is a yummy book about seeing yourself in the better mirrors rather than accepting the bent ones even if they do say they're your best friend. This is a story about how being sexy and beautiful and being able to get all the guys isn't all there is to life. This is a story about how some guys are really hot and when they decide they like you and you decide you like them, life can be pretty wonderful! Ages 12 and up Some passionate kissing and shirt removals 210 pages

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