The Way to Game the Walk of Shame by Jenn P. Nguyen
  

Synopsis

The Way to Game the Walk of Shame by Jenn P. Nguyen

Taylor Simmons is screwed. Things were hard enough when her single minded dedication to her studies earned her the reputation of being an ice queen, but after getting drunk at a party and waking up next to bad-boy surfer Evan McKinley, the entire school seems intent on tearing Taylor down with mockery and gossip. Desperate to salvage her reputation, Taylor persuades Even to pretend they're in a serious romantic relationship. After all, it's better to be the girl who tames the wild surfer than just another notch on his surfboard.

Reviews

I absolutely LOVE this book! I love that it's so funny, yet at the same time the characters have a lot of depth and emotional growth. Would love to have this on my book shelf one day with other YA contemporary favorites. --Ashley Maker, Swoon Reader

I couldn't put my tablet down!! I LOVED it!!! Wanted it to go on for longer!!! --Emily Cook, Swoon Reader



About the Author

Jenn P. Nguyen fell in love with books in third grade and spent the rest of her school years reading through lunchtime and giving up recess to organize the school library. She has a degree in business administration from the University of New Orleans and still lives in the city with her husband. Jenn spends her days reading, dreaming up YA romances, and binge watching Korean dramas all in the name of 'research'. The Way to Game the Walk of Shame is her debut novel.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
336 pages

Author

Jenn P. Nguyen
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Publisher

Swoon Reads

Publication date

8th June 2016

ISBN

9781250084071


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