Rules of attractionI don’t think anyone can forget lovely couple  Alex and Brittany from ”Perfect chemistry” if they have read the book. Their undying love is not easy to forget. ”Rules of Attraction” is sequel to ”Perfect chemistry” it is second book in Perfect chemistry series.

After Alex’s mess cleared back with his Latino blood gang people he is now living quite a peaceful life going to college, working in some automobile shop, happy with Britanny. His younger brother Carlos is back to America after living in Mexico for a year. He had created his own mess there with gang people which his family was not aware of. He is the same stubborn person now, just like how Alex was a year before. He hates the idea of Britanny and Alex together because he thinks she is ruling him and his brother is not his brother anymore.Carlos wants to annoy his brother by insulting Kiara Westford from school who was helping him to get to know the school better as requested by Alex.Carlos gets arrested when police finds drugs in his locker and Mr. Westford and Alex takes the responsibility to change his attitude and Carlos starts living with Mr. Westford’ s, next to Kiara. They both just can’t be together under one roof, but after getting to know each other they kinda start liking each other but both refuses to admit the fact. Carlos is busy finding the person responsible for keeping drugs in his locker, and when he comes to know who is the person he is already involved in so many things he should’t have.

It is a good young adult novel, same as the first one There is another book, sequel to this one- ”Chain reaction”. It’s about their younger brother Louis, seems like falling in love is in their family. If you liked the first book then I am sure you will like the second one too.

  1. Deepika, I’m an author of Romance/Suspense and one of my books, Reconstructing Charlie, might be a perfect book for you. Here’s a blurb:

    “Charlie Costigan has a secret. Home life gone from bad to the worst when she protects her mother from another vicious attack by her drunken father. Midnight. Clothes thrown into an old suitcase,
    she races for the bus with a letter to an unknown aunt and uncle. “This is my daughter. Embrace her as if she were your own.”

    Determined, Charlie begins again. Alone with her secret.”

    Charlie is fifteen at the beginning of the story and decides to remain a virgin. Her story is an inspiration.
    You can find it on or at Barnes&Noble on ebook or in print. Just look at Charmaine Gordon and my books will show up.
    Best of luck and happiness, my new friend. If you do read Reconstructing Charlie, I hope you enjoy the journey.

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