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Review: Bryce - Natalie Decker



Bryce (Scandalous Boys #1)

Review: Bryce - Book #1 Scandalous Boys - Natalie Decker - February 2016

Growing up Madison had two best guy friends - Graham and Bryce. Graham later became her best friend, and Bryce was the bonus. Despite their friendships, Bryce and Madison clashed and liked to tease one another.  Madison hopes that this is her year to get Graham to see her more than a friend finally and as a possible girlfriend material. She has seen him as her Mr. Perfect. That is until her cousin Sarah moves in with her family after her parents are arrested for White Collar crimes. This is a disaster from day one as Sarah is manipulative and again like the previous book I read Girl on the Verge by Pintip Dunn. Sarah wants everything that Madison has and will go to lengths to ruin her life even to the point of poisoning Graham's view of Madison. When Graham breaks Madison, it is Bryce who comes to her rescue, and suddenly Madison will see Bryce in a completely different light as she learns he is not the bad boy that everyone has portrayed him and judged him for. In fact, Bryce has a caring side and Madison makes him want to be a better person.  I found Bryce to be a modern teen version of Pride and Prejudice where both characters hold Pride in their lives and Prejudice towards one another as Madison sees Bryce as a troublemaker and the epitome of Bad Boy whereas Bryce sees Madison as a Goody-Goody two shoes and the Epitome of an Angel. Can Madison and Bryce make things work and prove to others that their love for one another is real and that opposites can attract to one another?

 

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