Vi knows the Rule: Girls don't walk with boys, and they never even think about kissing them. But no one makes Vi want to break the Rules more than Zenn...and since the Thinkers have chosen him as Vi's future match, how much trouble can one kiss cause? The Thinkers may have brainwashed the rest of the population, but Vi is determined to think for herself.--------------
But the Thinkers are unusually persuasive, and they're set on convincing Vi to become one of them...starting by brainwashing Zenn. Vi can't leave Zenn in the Thinkers' hands, but she's wary of joining the rebellion, especially since that means teaming up with Jag. Jag is egotistical, charismatic, and dangerous--everything Zenn's not. Vi can't quite trust Jag and can't quite resist him, but she also can't give up on Zenn.
This is a game of control or be controlled. And Vi has no choice but to play.
Good girls don't walk with boys.
I instantly fell in love with Vi's character. She's has spunk, which I love in a heroine. Vi never gave up, no matter what happened. And Jag. Sigh.... So dreamy. He's an amazing character. And his hair... ;) And then there's Zenn. I don't know what to think about him. Everything about him is so confusing. Maybe the second book will clear some stuff up.
I do have to say, when I first read the book last June when it first came out, I both loved and hated the ending, not realizing this was the start of a series. And now re-reading it, I can't wait to read the second book to find out what happens to Jag and Vi.
Jag pulled me against his bare chest; his heart thumped against my arm. I tried to calm myself. The woods frightened me, but what I felt was not fear. More like pure anticipation for the next time Jag would kiss me, hold me like he'd held Sloan, put his feet between mine so our knees touched and we connected along every point of our bodies.
"So can I," I choked out. "And you'll never..."--------------
I couldn't finish, because I couldn't remember what Thane would never be able to do.