Don’t love your enemy. Declare war on him.
Seventeen-year-old Isis Blake hasn’t fallen in love in three years, nine weeks, and five days, and after what happened last time, she intends to keep it that way. Since then she’s lost eighty-five pounds, gotten four streaks of purple in her hair, and moved to Buttcrack-of-Nowhere, Ohio, to help her mom escape a bad relationship.
All the girls in her new school want one thing—Jack Hunter, the Ice Prince of East Summit High. Hot as an Armani ad, smart enough to get into Yale, and colder than the Arctic, Jack Hunter’s never gone out with anyone. Sure, people have seen him downtown with beautiful women, but he’s never given high school girls the time of day. Until Isis punches him in the face.
Jack’s met his match. Suddenly everything is a game.
The goal: Make the other beg for mercy.
The game board: East Summit High.
The reward: Something neither of them expected.
Love Me Never follows a girl named Isis who is the new girl at East Summit High. She’s not like most girls. She’s very outgoing and seems very confident in everything she does. She also has a knack of saying almost everything that pops into her crazy mind. At her new school, she only has one friend. Kayla. Kayla is a sweet girl who gets her heart crushed daily by her crush Jack.
Well, Isis sees Jack hurting Kayla’s feelings. What does she do? She punches him in the face and declares war with him. Personally, I think that’s quite childish for the both of them. I didn’t think the war would last through the entire book. I thought it was going to be a quick banter and be done with.
I got bored of the war real quick. I think it makes Isis look like a big bully. She’s not the nicest person around. I know she had some stuff happen to her in the past but that’s not a good reason to treat other people like crap.
I didn’t get through this book really quick. It took a couple of days to get over the whole bullying situation and me deciding I’m not going to DNF another book this year.
This book finally started getting interesting to me during the last few chapters. I will be picking up the second book to see where this “war” goes.