Waiting on Wednesdays — How to Hook a Bookworm (Cassie Mae)

I’ve recently just finished Cassie Mae’s How to Seduce a Band Geek. And I loved, loved, LOVED her How to Date a Nerd. Going in, I knew she had plans for the third book already, How to Hook a Bookworm.

What I love about Cassie Mae’s series is portraying the realities of teenage life, but still keeping it light-hearted and fun! And most of all, most of her main characters are geeks in their own ways. I know I still have a whole year to wait for it, I’m itching to read about Adam and Brea. And really, I can’t wait for a Star Wars-themed wedding ((Insider info: You’ll have to read the first two books first. But you won’t regret it.))

Below is the initial blurb for upcoming book from Goodreads.

How to Hook a Bookworm

It’s Brea Mason’s sixteenth birthday, and she has three wishes.
1. Be magically eighteen like the rest of her friends.
2. Grow a money tree for her family whose financial problems are well known around town.
3. Overcome her test anxiety before she flunks out of every class.

But one day later, she’s still sixteen, her family’s money worries abound, and she’s no closer to passing than she was the day before!

Then a very sexy transfer student—with gobs of cash—shows up. Brea figures she has a better chance of burping up glitter than attracting the new guy, but he seems extremely interested in her.

Just when Brea thinks things are looking up, her report card arrives marked with four giant F’s. Enter resident bookworm and Brea’s loyal friend, Adam Silver. If he can’t help Brea pass, no one can.

Even with Adam’s help, Brea can’t handle the mounting pressure, and finds an escape with the new student who knows little about her problems.

But spending oodles of time with her boyfriend strains the friendship with Adam she relies so heavily on. Faced with losing the only real comfort and support she has ever had, Brea starts to wonder if she can hook a bookworm before it’s too late.

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