His Pretty Nerd
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His Pretty Nerd


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Read His Pretty Nerd novel written by the author carmendelaveg2004 on Webnovel, This serial novel genre is Teen stories, covering romance, death, college, lovetraingle, ptsd. ✓ Newest updated ✓ All rights reserved


Blair Kingston is a sarcastic, straightforward girl who doesn't have a care of what other people think of her, except for Jayden, her older brother's best friend. She comes off as a nerd, but in reality she is much more than that. She's a person who's looking for her real identity. Jayden Anderson is what you call a 'bad boy', a troublemaker to say the least, he on the other hand is in love with his girl best friend, Emma or that is what he makes himself think. He sleeps around with girls leaving them wanting more. Does Jayden only see Blair as his best friend's little sister or does he actually find her somewhat captivating? Will Blair get over her crush on Jayden or will she let it consume her? Is Jayden denying his feelings for Blair or does he actually not feel anything for her? • • • 'My eyes widened, "But you're body is fit..." my voice trailed off. His smirk got wider at what I had just said, "Do you like what you see?" He teased me, before saying, "I guess it's my turn." "I mean you can try," I told him, shrugging. "Okay, so you're the most popular girl in school being the cheer captain of the cheerleading team. You are currently dating the captain of the football team and you pretend to be a bitch when you're really not," he practically said half of it. "Wow, are you a psychologist?" I questioned sarcastically. "Been training my whole life," he jokes around, "am I right though?" He tells me. "Partly," I replied.'


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