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The Unwritten Rule Everyone knows the unwritten rule You don t like your best friend s boyfriendSarah has had a crush on Ryan for years He s easy to talk to, supersmart, and totally gets her Lately it even seems like he s paying extra attention to her Everything would be perfect except for two things Ryan is Brianna s boyfriend, and Brianna is Sarah s best friendSarah forces herself to avoid Ryan and tries to convince herself not to like him She feels so guilty for wanting him, and the last thing she wants is to hurt her best friend But when she s thrown together with Ryan one night, something happens It s wonderful and awfulSarah is torn apart by guilt, but what she feels is nothing short of addiction, and she can t stop herself from wanting

10 thoughts on “The Unwritten Rule

  1. Bren Bren says:

    There are a million rules for being a girl There are a million things you have to do to get through each day High school has things that can trip you up, ruin you, people say one thing and mean another, and you have to know all the rules, you have to know what yo

  2. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    The Unwritten Rule is my third Elizabeth Scott book and my least favorite out of the three the other two are Living Dead Girl and Love You Hate You Miss You which deal with sexual abuse and death respectively.The book can be summarized very briefly Sarah and Brian

  3. jesse jesse says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here well, the whole behind the back kissing and sort of flirting is not my kind of thing i can see understand how sarah fell in love with ryan but how about a little self control it s okay

  4. Reynje Reynje says:

    2.5 stars Without a doubt, Elizabeth Scott has a beautifully honed voice for young adult literature She writes both accessibly and perceptively about the teenage experience and its accompanying emotions It s an unembellished, authentic style that neither sensational

  5. Janina Janina says:

    One thing right at the beginning I m a huge fan of Elizabeth Scott So this rating might be influenced a tiny bit by that All in all, I really enjoyed The Unwritten Rule, but when compared to Scott s other YA romance novels, it is probably the weakest It was a quick r

  6. Nomes Nomes says:

    2.5 starsElizabeth Scott has a great voice for teenagers She seems to be able to effortlessly get right under their skin and articulate those swirly confused intense emotions that plague teens in The Unwritten Rule she centres around friendship, loyalty mostly misplac

  7. Nancy Nancy says:

    Sarah liked Ryan first But it s her best friend Brianna that s dating Ryan Sarah should be the good friend and back off, but she just can t stop liking Ryan Whatever shall she do Yes, my tone is slightly mocking The story is simple enough In fact, too simple It s anoth

  8. Lindsay Paige Lindsay Paige says:

    WARNINGS I read this book in just a few short hours I literally couldn t stop reading You will definitely want to read this book.First off, it s very easy to connect with Sarah We have probably all been in similar situations, whether we were the friend who had the crush

  9. Heather Heather says:

    Sarah is 17 and lives in the shadow of her beautiful, shallow best frienemy Brianna Best friends since they were five, Sarah couldn t imagine life without Brianna, but lately, Sarah has been having some decidedly un friendly thoughts about Ryan, Brianna s current boyfrie

  10. Katie(babs) Katie(babs) says:

    I ve been looking for lighter and fluffier YA books since the doom and gloom YA s have been giving me a headache I think it s this sense of d j vu with the plots since every single synopsis I ve read about the YA s coming out seems all the same So when I heard pretty good

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