|About the Book|
In school everyone is at one point told that sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt you. The phrase might comfort someone from being called names but theyve never experienced the true power of words which Ryan JamesonMoreIn school everyone is at one point told that sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt you. The phrase might comfort someone from being called names but theyve never experienced the true power of words which Ryan Jameson experienced the morning after his eighteenth birthday.Everyone knew Ryan was a decent guy, did the right thing more than not, served the community, struggled like any other kid but made the best of bad situations. His only struggle that never seemed to lessen was his temper. Ryan had a short fuse and tended to let his words do the fighting for him. However, a random fortune in a leftover fortune cookie warns that this day will be different from most.As if taking the school bus to school isnt bad enough for an eighteen year old, Ryan finds his day off to a bad start when his seat at the back is taken by none other than Kristy Samuels, the girl most guys drool over but Ryan knows is mostly a stuck up princess. When his anger leads to calling her a name, imagine Ryans surprise when she seems to become what he called her rather than lashing back in anger.What begins as a perverse ride to school with a redheaded working girl soon starts a domino effect where Ryans short fuse will have him changing everyone from meathead jocks to cheerleaders, from the school nurse to the school bully and his mother. This is one day that will change the course of Ryan Jamesons life and all he finds himself wanting to do is somehow make things right.Will Ryan find the needed control to hold his tongue? Will he discover that he can use his gift for the day wisely? Will he make a strike back at the school villain while saving the girl of his dreams? Find out in the Klassic Kreme tale that proves sometimes a depraved day can have a romantic ending.