What happens when the bad boy takes over the school advice column?
The last thing Emerick should be doing is giving anyone advice. His dad's in prison. His mom's buried under credit card debt. And he's one step from failing. After everything his mom's been through, she can't take another disappointment. So when the guidance counselor gives him a choice, anonymously write the school's advice column or drop out, what choice does he really have?
I gave him three rules. Three impossible rules.
I don't want you to know my real name.
We're never going to meet in person.
You don't get to be my prince charming.
When I woke up in the hospital, fatherless and blind, falling in love was my last priority. No, I had to figure out how to live again. And deal with my heinous aunt. Plus her two daughters, aka the 'terrible two'.
But then I got my first letter from Jett.
He shouldn't want anything...