Reckless Hearts (Wicked Games, Book 2) by Sean Olin
  

Synopsis

Reckless Hearts (Wicked Games, Book 2) by Sean Olin

In this second book set in the steamy Wicked Games series, two best friends - and potential soulmates - are torn apart by a dangerous game of deceit and identity theft. What do you do if you find yourself fantasizing about kissing your best friend? Sensitive guitarist Jake has been asking himself that same question for a long time, and there's no easy answer. Telling his dream girl - talented anime artist Elena - about his feelings might lead to the ultimate rejection, but not telling her just might kill him. Before Jake can make his move, though, a new mysterious guy enters the picture in an unexpected way. In Elena's mind, Harlow is excitement-personified: a rebellious yet kindred spirit who she instantly connected with online. Jake's gut is telling him that something about Harlow is off, and that Elena is in way over her head, but the more Jake pushes the issue, the more he pushes Elena right into Harlow's arms-and into a tragedy that neither of them would ever see coming.

About the Author

Sean Olin is a master of suspenseful, nail-biting plots and Wicked Games is no exception. His novel Killing Britney was a 2005 ALA Quick Pick for Reluctant Young Adult Readers. Sean Olin is also the author of Brother/Sister. He lives in New York City, but summers in a beach town that inspired the setting of the Wicked Games series.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
352 pages

Author

Sean Olin
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Publisher

HarperCollins Children's Books an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.harpercollins.co.uk

Publication date

5th November 2015

ISBN

9780007569946


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