Free On Nook & Smashwords through September 2011...
One of This Year's Funniest Young Adult Romantic Comedy...
Reading In Color
I laughed out loud so many times reading this book. SO MUCH FUN!
Urban Teens Read
""Read it in one night! Amazing (: too bad I was running on two hours of sleep today at school."
"Karla Brad[y]'s novel "Worst Impressions" AWESOME!!! please pick up your copy ASAP!!!"
Teen Readers Say…
"This was so funny I was laughing most of the time I read this. I finished this book in just three hours.... Her mom was over protective and her dad reminded me a lot of mine. The love story had a lot of drama and boyfriend stealing... But what I liked most was Liz, who was a good girl that loved her sisters who she thought were more pretty than she was. I give this 5 stars out of 5...."
"This book understands the teenager life so much, it feels like the characters are my friends at school..."
Ever been a stand out who doesn’t fit in?
Ever dream of finding the prince charming who can see beyond your clothes, hair, and shoes, to fall in love with the real you?
Meet basketball phenom Liz Bennett, a clever tomboy who believes her first impressions are never wrong. She dresses down and lives her life under the radar in the high school social scene to keep her name out of the gossip mill. With two trouble magnet kid sisters and a mother obsessed with protecting her virginity, she's already dealing with more drama than an Emmy-winning daytime soap opera.
She’s also unlucky in love…at least until two popular new guys enter her life and the sparks begin to fly.
Trent Whitman, Liz's hot new admirer, pursues and woos her with his silver tongue and hazel eyes. He turns on the charm, and Liz believes she’s finally met “the one.” Darcell Williams, on the other hand, is a star football player, who sticks his cleats in his mouth from day one. When Liz sizes them up, she decides Trent is a dream and Darcell is a devil reincarnate. During the Back-to-School dance, Darcell spews an oh-no-he-didn't insult that—in her mind—confirms she’s right about him from the first moment they meet and their feud is on and popping! But when a Bennett family crisis reveals Darcell's and Trent's true colors, will Liz's pride prevent her from accepting each for who he really is?