Breaking the Rules of Revenge

Samantha Bohrman
Breaking the Rules of Revenge
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Entangled Publishing
Release Date
September 2017
Young Adult Romance

Mallory Jones is tired of being the girl who stays home and practices French horn while her identical twin, Blake, is crowned homecoming queen. So when she has the opportunity to pretend to be Blake, she takes it. At Camp Pine Ridge, she will spread her wings and emerge a butterfly. Or at least someone who finally gets kissed by a cute guy. That is, until bad boy Ben Iron Cloud shows up, ready to get revenge on Blake—aka Mallory.

If it weren't for that infuriating girl, Ben wouldn't even be at camp. Luckily, he now has six weeks to soak up some rays and get even with his nemesis. But the more time he spends with Blake, the more he realizes she's nothing like the girl he thought she was—she's kind and innocent and suddenly way too tempting. And soon enough, revenge is the last thing on his mind. Unfortunately, the girl he's falling for is keeping a major secret...

Book Review by Ashia (reviewer)
Apr 24, 2018   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
6 people found the following review helpful
BREAKING THE RULES OF REVENGE started out well with the introduction to Mallory and her twin sister, the difference in their personalities as well as how Mallory got sent to Camp Pine Ridge instead of Blake. The book placed us right in the middle of the action, ensuring no slow moment and encouraging reader interest to read onward. I thought it would be a fun book, especially when we get to camp and Mallory is faced with Blake's nemesis, Ben Iron Cloud.

Mallory's feud with Ben and the pranks they played on each other were funny at first, but it quickly grew old. I thought it went on a bit too long, and seriously decreased my interest in reading further. Though the story was written well, I just couldn't find my earlier enthusiasm for it, and each thing that happened thereafter just served to increase my irritation at the story. Perhaps it's Parent Trap gone wrong (well, I didn't really like that movie much either) because I remember reading mistaken identity stories (the heroine has a twin too) and loving it.
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