Betting on Fate Best friends make bets all the time But when the stakes involve taking your neighbor s virginity it s never a good idea Especially when he turns out to be your soul mate Charlotte Bowman thought all

  • Title: Betting on Fate
  • Author: Joy Casey Wendy Gray
  • ISBN: 9780615767086
  • Page: 320
  • Format: Paperback
  • Best friends make bets all the time But when the stakes involve taking your neighbor s virginity, it s never a good idea Especially when he turns out to be your soul mate.Charlotte Bowman thought all teenage boys were alike She had been warned all her life that they were only interested in one thing Then along came Ryan Taylor, her long lost neighbor After a terribleBest friends make bets all the time But when the stakes involve taking your neighbor s virginity, it s never a good idea Especially when he turns out to be your soul mate.Charlotte Bowman thought all teenage boys were alike She had been warned all her life that they were only interested in one thing Then along came Ryan Taylor, her long lost neighbor After a terrible car accident claimed his father s life and seriously injured his mother, Ryan was forced to leave the prestigious Abbott Hall Academy in London and return home to South Carolina His only intentions were to help his mother with her rehabilitation and take care of his out of control younger brother.Though Charlotte hadn t talked to Ryan at all during the last six years, and had scarcely spoken with him since he returned home, she couldn t deny that there was a little chemistry there On a whim she made a bet with her best friend, Olivia, that she could have sex with Ryan even though it was rud that he was saving himself for marriage Being a virgin herself, Charlotte quickly discovered she lacked the finesse needed to seal the deal She ultimately finds herself stuck in a high stakes poker game where she s about to lose much than a bet.

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    1. My dear Charlotte doesn't know how good she has it. I absolutely love this book. The ending was fantastic and I am dying for some more of Mr. Tuck, the rock star. All good girls mentally venture into the unknown, but Charlotte's impulsive hot-heated self almosts takes her down roads she has no business being on. Lucky for her, Batman is there. Uh, uh! You will just have to read it to find out. Best part of the bookI can't tell you. (But there is a stage involved.) Too many swoon-worthy patrs to [...]

    2. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE!! Where is my Ryan Taylor? This book has it all love, drama, comedy, romance. I loved the plot and the characters. I felt like I really knew them and knew their emotions and felt what they were going through. Fate brought Ryan back in to Charlotte's life but a bet between her and her best friend brought them together. When Charlotte and Liv made the bet on a whim she had no idea how important Ryan would become to her.Ryan had returned from a private school in London after a trag [...]

    3. Though its in the young adult category, this is a great read for 'grown ups' too. Its fast paced and the central characters are well developed. It was hard to put down and I found myself talking out loud to the book (which is something I rarely do). I'm anxious to see where the rest of this series goes.

    4. This was fun and not what I expected. I was curious how she would handle the whole "remain a virgin" topic in this world of quick self gratification and not come off as a religious zealot. Although sex is a topic best addressed privately, this was well done. No graphic thoughts or actions, No preaching, but by the sub-stories conclusion, a message is given. I wish more girls would demand boys have self control instead of excusing bad behavior as "uncontrollable" animal instinct. What an insult t [...]

    5. This book was absolutely fabulous! It kept my attention the entire way through. The characters are well developed and you begin to feel as if you really know them. The story has plenty of twists and turns and the connection between Charlotte and Ryan in undeniable. Definitely recommend!!

    6. This book is absolutely phenomenal! I seriously recommend reading it, because I know the minute you start reading the first page you will not be able to put it down. I actually started reading the book late at night, and I read throughout the whole night. It is truly that good. Betting on Fate is the type of book where once you start reading it, you look to see just how many pages you have left. Not in a "Oh my God, when is this going to end." situation, but instead you will find yourself lookin [...]

    7. *I received this book for free in a giveaway* Overall I found this book to be incredibly predictable and unrealistic in every way possible. I would not recommend this book to anyone. I thought this was a very poorly constructed book and something a 15 year old girl, not a published adult author, would write.

    8. I received this book for free through First Reads in exchange for a review.This book was a great read and I'd rate it at 4.5 stars. And the only reason for that was the book felt like it should have been ended about 40 pages before the ending. Though sweet, in that it gave a look at Ryan and Charlotte's lives beyond the climax, and a great ending for Liv as well, those pages still seemed to drag a little.However I am getting ahead of myself in this review. Betting on Fate by authors Joy Casey a [...]

    9. 3.5 STARSCover: 7/10Plot: First love and the final year of school.Writing style: 10/10Heroine: 6/10Hero: 9/10Humour: 3/10Jealousy: 3/10Hotness: 0/10Action: 3/10Romance: 8/10Ending: 8/10Extra book Details: HEA. Part of a series – different leads (I'm assuming) in each.Overall: Lovely YA, without a major plot or a ton of angst.I totally got hooked to Ms Casey and Ms Gray's writing style. It was so clear, informative and just lovely to read. It was written very realistically. You don't feel as if [...]

    10. Review originally posted on Reading is My TreasureI really, really wanted to love this book. Almost everybody else that has read it really liked it, and I figured that I would also. I did like this book a little bit, but I didn't work with me enough for me to give it higher than a two star rating. I’ll tell you what I did like. I liked the idea and the underlying messages in it. It included a teenage male character that was saving himself for marriage, and I loved that because it goes against [...]

    11. "Betting on Fate" is an okay read if you happen to be a teen aged girl entering high school or in that vicinity. Charlotte, known as Charlie, to the only person who'd ever call her that. Ryan, back after 6 years of an England boarding school. They've lived next door to each other all their lives, and only just realized they are attracted to one another. Like magnets draw together. Charlotte makes a bet with her best friend Olivia (Liv) upon hearing that Ryan is still honorable (vigin) that she c [...]

    12. This story was well written and the pace was good. But, there were just a few things that I didn't care for. The first being that Ryan was too unbelievable. I kept waiting for a flaw, something that would make him human, but instead the he just kept becoming more and more sickeningly perfect (not to say that's bad, but his character left me saying, "Oh, come on!")There were also a few points in the story that I felt needed more elaboration. It was written so well that I thought the scene when sh [...]

    13. Amazing book! The story flowed so well and was completely believable. I loved everything about it! I've said before that it takes a great author to take a simple plot about daily life and turn it into a book that holds your interest throughout. I never thought I'd care so much about a highschooler's life but it was rather hard to put down! I'm definitely hoping for more from Ms. Casey in the future! Well done!

    14. Very sweet book, I have to say! Ryan was just right the way he was written and even his 'perfection' was totally believable to me!!But that is, too, why I had a few issues with the ending. Ryan was good and perfect and RIGHT, but now adding him to the supercool in band for a tour just seems to me like wanting too much I think (and hope) it's just to lay a base for book two, but that I didn't like too much. The rest was amazing!!

    15. Goodquick read that I read in one setting. it was a good little love story about high schoolers. overall good read. I would like to find out what happens between Olivia and Tuck though!

    16. I really enjoyed this book. I look forward to reading the rest of the series. The only thing I didn't like is that they seemed more like an old married couple instead of young love.

    17. Sorry, but this book was a little too "high school" for me. The writing style didn't engage me enough to want to keep reading. I'm sure other people will probably really enjoy it, just not me.

    18. Such a sweet and beautiful read! Really great story writing! I loved the end the best actually!!! Soooooo sweet!!!!

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