The Right Kind Of Wrong Girl
Fun and filled with musical references: A. C. Meyer’s new story is the perfect companionship for those experiencing early adulthood challenges.
This novel is perfect for those facing all the challenges of early adulthood. Choosing a career, moving out from their parents’ house, starting college, discovering personal skills, learning to relate. Phew! Adulthood is not easy at all, especially if you’re not the right kind of girl: that girl who attends college classes chosen by her father; that girl with perfect hair and healthy habits. Malu is none of those things. On the other hand, she lives life at its fullest and nothing seems to cause her courage and determination to falter. Amid a troublesome relationship with her parents, she unwillingly goes to Law school, where she meets Rafael, a senior student. They become inseparable, even though they’re just friends. However, another feeling speaks louder. When attraction gets out of control, they allow themselves to live a relationship with no constraints: free, intense and passionate. Until the day fate sets a cruel trap ahead of them. Can love itself be stronger than the fear of loving?