The Wildest Kind of Pretty

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It’s freshman year, and Lexi’s never felt more nauseous. Thanks to the change that took place over the summer, the one with the sprout of legs and boobs, she doesn’t feel comfortable in her skin. Lexi’s always been wild and free, until she becomes insecure about how the boys at school will perceive the changes in her body. More
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About R.J. Abell

R.J. Abell grew up in a small place, the type of small place where nothing big happens. Growing up in a place like that can get a girl in a lot of trouble, so she did the only thing a small town girl with a wild imagination could do. She read quickly and quietly anything that held her captive, until one day she decided she wanted to tell her own stories, stories that made people fall in love and dream dreams that are larger than life. You can contact RJ at: rjabellbooks@gmail.com, or on facebook. Be on the look out for My Kind of Wild (Wild 2), the sequel to The Wildest Kind of Pretty.

About the Series: Wild
Lexi and crew grow up as they drift apart and fall back together. She learns how a heart grows bitter when it lives off of what-if's and if-only's. Down and out, she's lost all faith in guys, after all they only like to play cat and mouse. So instead of chasing boys, she chases good times with the friends she's come to love as family. Along the way she finds home in an unexpected place. A new wild makes her feel threatened; makes her question if being alone is really what she wants. Just when Lexi thinks she's got it all figured out, old flames return. Times like this make it hard for a girl to decide which wild is forever and which is a distraction.

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Review by: Sharon Mariampillai on March 6, 2017 :
I received a copy from the author, in exchange for an honest review.

Thank you R.J. Abell for the opportunity to read your book. This was a good read. I thought it was a good story, although I did get confused about the ending. There were some typos in the writing. Also, I thought the main character were okay. I found the story would have been better if the typos were edited. I can't wait to see what R.J. Abell has in store next. Overall, an okay read.
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