When Carlos Fuentes returns to America after living in Mexico for a year, he doesn’t want any part of the life his older brother, Alex, has laid out for him at a high school in Colorado . Carlos likes living his life on the edge and wants to carve his own path—just like Alex did. Then he meets Kiara Westford. She doesn’t talk much and is completely intimidated by Carlos’ wild ways. As they get to know one another, Carlos assumes Kiara thinks she’s too good for him, and refuses to admit that she might be getting to him. But he soon realizes that being himself is exactly what Kiara needs right now.
I personally prefered this book to her previous book, ‘Perfect Chemistry’, I found the relationship between Carlos and Kiara much more realistic. They didn’t hate each other in the beginning they just enjoyed bantering with each other and baiting each other. Carlos isn’t as much of a bad boy as Alex was, not really, he just pretends to be but he does find Kiara intriguing. Kiara on her part didn’t take any of Carlos’ bull. I thought Carlos and Kiara had a much more natural chemistry and were more a like than either wanted to admit.