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Related categories. The story is what bothered me most because it's obviously been done a million times before.

I generally wouldn't mind if it had been a good version of the "good girl falls for bad boy"-type story.

The whole Latino Blood gang stuff and the rich people factor just made this book more ridiculous because that way they also added the "poor guy falls for rich girl" and the "oh no my parents will dissaprove"-drama.

So that was pretty stupid. I also hated the random spanish that was used in every single sentence in all of the Alex chapters. It was just overused and made me cringe a lot.

I sometimes also didn't really understand what he meant and they never really explained it but I figured it's not actually important to the story so I stopped trying to understand it eventually.

I don't wanna get too into it but the Latino Blood gang thing had me rolling my eyes every single time they mentioned it. As soon as it was mentioned, I knew this book would not be one I'd end up liking.

The writing was also completely cheesy. I'm really sorry for using that word so much by the way but I can't find any other one that fits. Instead of showing us how the character feels, the author kept talking about it.

It got to the point where I got angry as soon as a character mentioned feelings in any kind of way. It drove me crazy. Super cringeworthy.

Speaking of cringeworthy moments, there were a lot of those in this book. I didn't like it at all and had to force myself to keep reading after chapter 5.

View all 35 comments. Shelves: young-adult , series , reviewed , owned-read , favourites. View all 58 comments. I read this a while ago and I always meant to review but never ended up getting around to it until now.

I have a few things I want to say, the first that it wasn't entirely unenjoyable, the low rating reflects several things but I want to point out that I understand why so many people love this book and I think it would be better for the majority to read it themselves and make their own minds up - I know that I am again in the minority.

It's quite a nice Romeo and Juliet type of forbidden rom I read this a while ago and I always meant to review but never ended up getting around to it until now.

It's quite a nice Romeo and Juliet type of forbidden romance. Alex Fuentes is an outsider, a gang member, and his kind and Britney's do not mix.

Britney is the most popular girl in school, very pretty and a cheerleader of course , it always seems in these types of scenarios it's only a matter of time before she gets fed up with her squeaky clean world and falls for a bad boy - which is what happens.

But the whole thing is such a cliche. A cheerleader and a bad boy The story is very predictable and therefore quite dull, despite the fact that there is definitely chemistry built up in the book.

There are some fairly hot, if not very descriptive, sex scenes that set the book apart from all the other cliched teen romances - this I liked.

But it still didn't make up for the extreme lack of originality on the author's part. There was also the usual and annoying displays of self-doubt and insecurities that seem to go hand in hand with romance novels.

I know it'd be no fun if they got together in chapter one, but why do they both always have to start questioning themselves.

Especially seeing as sometimes it's blatantly obvious that the other person likes them, they couldn't be sending off much stronger signals if they came out with a banner saying "I'm into you".

Are we really expected to feel sorry for Britney when she's checking herself out in a mirror and complaining about her faults?

This is a girl who we are repeatedly told is Barbie come to life: perfect figure, perfect skin, hair, teeth The thing is But I'm tired of Ms good girl cheerleader meets mr bad boy gang member.

That's why my rating is "it's ok", I wouldn't go as far as to say I actually liked it. View all 24 comments.

Jul 17, Danielle The Book Huntress Back to the Books rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Fans of a good starcrossed romance, A reader who is wanting to try young adult fiction.

Shelves: owned-copy , hero-to-die-for , stellar-love-story , starcrossed , angsty-read , young-adult , heroine-i-adore , favorites , interracial-romance , opposites-attract.

First of all, I want to thank my Goodreads friend, Shannon, for recommending this wonderful book. My life was so enriched by the reading of it.

I also want to thank Ms. Simone Elkeles for putting fingers to keyboard and bringing this incredible story of the love between Alex and Brittany to life.

Life is cruel and harsh, and we all wear armor to protect ourselves against the pain of loss and the hardships we face.

In Perfect Chemistry, we see two very different people who have a kindred soul. The First of all, I want to thank my Goodreads friend, Shannon, for recommending this wonderful book.

They are both walking through life wearing protection and disguises for their survival. One of the most illuminating and fascinating parts of this story is when these two reluctant chemistry partners are asked to tell the class a little bit about each other.

What they say represents what the two of them want the world to see about themselves, even if that's not who they want to be.

Alex is a tough gangbanger, macho and very appealing Latino young man. He has pretty much had to join the Latino Bloods gang because his family and his own life would be in jeopardy otherwise.

So far, he has managed to stay out trouble with the law, and to avoid crossing the line and killing and selling drugs.

But the time is coming where he may not be able to prevent that transition. He sees Brittany and she is all he ever wanted but couldn't have.

He tells himself that she's just a blond princess type, no substance, but he soon finds out that is far from the case.

I fell head over heels for Alex. He was not perfect, but even his imperfections endeared him to me. Under the scary, macho gang facade, he is a very perceptive, intelligent, and loving person.

His caring nature is evident in how he treats his brothers and his mother, and even his friend Paco, and also how he treats Brittany, despite the teasing and sexual innuendoes.

He comes off as being hardcore, but his heart is very good. I have to say that he was a very sexy guy. I was surprised at how much charisma this eighteen year-old kid was.

I could imagine this drop dead gorgeous guy with black hair and dark eyes, a seductive smile, and a hard-body, riding his motorcycle.

I am not big on gangs or the urban lifestyle, but this was so much a part of him, that it didn't lessen his appeal at all. I have a deep appreciation for Mexican culture, and I feel that Ms.

Elkeles showed this in a manner that did it justice, adding to the depth and the characterization of Alex and flavoring the life he lives.

Gosh, I cannot tell you how much I adored Alex. He made some bad choices, but also suffered for things beyond his control, and my heart ached to see what he had to go through.

But deep down, I never doubted that he had a good head on his shoulders and he would end up doing the right thing in the end.

I wanted for him to get out of that destructive lifestyle, and I was holding my breath hoping that he did. I loved Brittany as well. She was a very three-dimensional character, even from the beginning.

She might seem like the girl that I would avoid like the plague in high school, one of the shallow 'beautiful people,' but she had a really good heart, and was a very loving person.

She was under tremendous stress trying to keep things together and maintain a perfect facade that was getting harder and harder to keep up.

Her homelife was very difficult, with her hypercritical mother who was on the edge of emotional collapse, and her father who spent more time at work and thinking about work than interacting with his family.

She is weighted down by her family's enormous expectations to always be perfect and to represent them well. Her steadfast love for her disabled, mentally-challenged sister really opened my heart to her, from the first page of the book.

Shelley was very important to Brittany, although even her boyfriend was uncomfortable being around her. So she didn't let people come to her life or talk about Shelley.

Not out of embarrassment, but because of the fact that Shelley was a private, personal part of her life that others didn't understand or know how to deal with.

It meant a lot when she introduced Alex to Shelley and he hit it off with her right away. Like Alex, Brittany impressed me as a very level-headed, mature for her age person.

I really appreciated how she was able to look past Alex's scary gang facade and see the warm, loving boy inside. She inspired Alex to want to strive and to be the person he was meant to be.

This book really teaches a lesson about judging a book by its cover. Brittany would be the kind of girl that would be envied by many.

But the truth is, her life was very difficult, despite living in a big, beautiful house, driving an expensive car, and wearing designer clothes.

Being the captain of the pom-pom team and dating the head quarterback isn't all it's cracked up to be, and Brittany knows this first hand.

And it's clear that she would willingly give that up without any regrets to have a true love, even with someone so different from her as Alex.

However, the fear of what will happen to Shelley if she lets go, keeps her on the narrow path that has been given to her to walk.

It is wonderful when Brittany decides to go where her heart leads her, although she does have to deal with some anguish and heartbreak along the way.

This couple is one of my favorite couples of all times. That's saying something for this serious romance fan.

I never thought I could feel that way about a couple in a young adult book, but I believe Twilight did open the door for me to young adult romance, and I am very glad about this.

Alex and Brittany meet each other's needs in every way. They had blistering sexual chemistry between them, yet Ms. Elkeles wrote this book in such a way that I didn't feel conflicted about reading these teens expressing themselves sexually.

You could see that every encounter came from a deep connection on a mental, emotional, and spiritual level. I loved how they saw each other clearly in a way that no one else did.

That is what soulmates should do for each other. The cast of secondary characters added to the flavor and the depth of this beautiful story.

Some of the people in both Alex and Brittany's life are not good for them, and do much to hinder their growth, but people like Paco, Alex's best friend, Isabel, a childhood friend of Alex who becomes Brittany's friend, Ms.

Peterson, and Sierra, Brittany's friend, do their part to help Alex and Brittany on the journey to self-discovery and finding a future together.

Peterson, their chemistry teacher, was the kind of educator that we need more of. She works hard to inspire her students, and didn't give up on Alex and write him off as just another Mexican gangbanger who was going to end up dead or in prison.

This book has some parts that were hard to read, but they needed to be there, because it is a story about a young man who is surrounded by violence and crime on a daily basis.

There had to be some of this in the book, or it would have lacked authenticity. Fortunately, this does not detract from the story, but helps you to see what Alex is dealing with, and to respect him for the choices he makes to have a better future.

The climax of this book will have your heart in your throat, and tears welling up in your eyes. But the way this book ends gives the reader so much hope and joy.

It's truly a perfect ending to this book. I could go on and on about how wonderful Perfect Chemistry is, but I will end by saying, if you read one young adult book, please put this on the list to consider.

You won't come out of this book without having your heart touched. View all 21 comments. Feb 20, Nicole rated it did not like it.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. While I appreciate Simone Elkeles attempt to write a story with a lovely "moral" I can't help but point out that there aren't any in this book.

I don't support the explicit language and although I know by my daily junior-high life that teens actually talk like this, and 10 times worse, why encourage cursing?

Is not the ultimate goal for every adult, and every teenager besides, to set the foundation for positive, sophisticated, and well-mannered demeanors?

And the fact that Brittany and Alex had While I appreciate Simone Elkeles attempt to write a story with a lovely "moral" I can't help but point out that there aren't any in this book.

Only a small percentage of teens actually end up staying together after high school and on to college much less get betrothed.

This only creates a fantasy for teens that if you have sex with your partner they will never forget you, go crazy about, track you down and then you live a happily ever after with them.

And this is not even mentioning the violence and alcohol abuse used in the plot line. What is my advice to Simone Elkeles?

Next time you write a novel, please consider whose moral compass you might contribute to destroying.

View all 52 comments. Oct 03, Jo rated it liked it. Maybe I am a girl after all. High Points. Pom squad. Science projects.

Leather jackets. Hand warmers…and sex. Low Points. Why are they needed? Books, as a rule, are better just left with an ambiguous ending. We like to get our own way.

We like to give our beloved characters a happy ending. We like to give our most hated characters a quick shove off a cliff.

Most epilogues force characters into ridiculous situations that are either twee, implausible or just so sickly sweet you just want to throw not the book out of the window, but yourself.

This epilogue was one of them. I was half expecting Albus Severus Potter to be chilling out in the back of that classroom as they all come up with the cure for the common cold.

If not… Alex just got a whole lot more interesting. Oh, I loved Brittany. But unfortunately my chemistry lessons contained more old, wooden desks that put ladders in your tights when you get near to them rather than sexy Mexicano lovers that put ladders in your tights when you get near to them.

But you were lovely and sweet and caring and a bit of a saucy minx when you wanted to be. Car garages, eh? Alright, Alejandro.

But I like to say it… and then sing it. OK, but can it help me escape those little nuggets of wisdom? Theme Tune. And I just think this entire album is genius.

AND this song is before Mr Banks gets dumped unceremoniously, goes to prison and then kills someone in self-defence and everything is still lovely and cute and sexysexy.

Sure, they could be soulmates eventually… but I wanted more oomph. Sadness Scale. I wanted this book to be sadder and all the elements were there but, like I said before, the pacing kind of prevented it.

It seemed the truly sad and distressing moments were kind of just brushed over. Especially the bit at the end! Recommended For. People who are looking for a slightly predictable yet still fun romance book.

People who think garages are for sexytime. People who wish their driving instructor was a boy with a leather jacket although a lovely Welshman with a ton of patience at me squealing whenever a sheep got too close to the dry stone walls that lined the windy and icy roads of Llanberis would always be my second choice.

People who wish their teenage rebellion involved a sexy boy on a motorbike. People who use delicious baked treats to describe their mental states.

You can read this review and lots of other exciting stuff on my blog here. View all 18 comments. Sep 03, Jasmin rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Every slightly older that average YA reader :.

Shelves: contemporary-romance , five-stars , fiction , must-read-series , contemporary , romance , reviewed-by-me , teen , young-adult.

Class, silence please. I am your teacher for today. What happens if you add a weak acid with a conjugate base? Forget my blubbering silly chemistry.

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But really, what is perfect chemistry? I'm not a master of the subject, but after reading this, I could say that perfect chemistry isn't perfect at all.

Perfect chemistry isn't shared by two people who are too alike that they never ever have a spat. It isn't shared by two people who are too different that they never ever have something to agree about.

It's actually something two people have, that despite the differences that attract them and the same feathers that make them flock together, that despite all the perfect moments, the incomplete moments still has the ability to feel perfect.

Perfect, maybe not in a good way, but rather something that still makes them feel complete , just like how a puzzle pieces fit.

But these things are better to be felt than read about. She has the perfect face, the perfect hair, the perfect pair of breasts, the perfect boyfriend.

But her life is far from perfect. Her parents are only there to mandate rules on how to employ being perfect while hiding her retarded big sister at home.

Don't get me wrong. Brittany isn't just another bitch in high school. She's the cheerleader with a heart, with too much love for her sister.

Alejandro Fuentes, Alex for short, is the perfect way to make a girl sin. He's hot and has biceps, triceps and all sort of eps but he's in the Latino Blood gang.

He's Mr. Tough Guy. But behind it all, is a gangbanger with a heart, with too much love for his family. See, both of them have hearts. But they couldn't possibly suit.

Brittany's from the upper crust of society, while Alex is from the slums. So how could they ever have perfect chemistry between them? As I said, I'm no master on the subject.

But Alex and Brittany just work good together. Starting from Brittany almost running down Alex with her car, to being Chemistry partners, they end up getting there and having perfect chemistry.

But I'm not saying the road towards getting there was easy. The track they might have chosen might be the one less traveled but it's all worth it.

Simon Elkeles makes it worth it. For this is a story that isn't full of stuff that sounds too good to be true. This is a story that feels so real that it's so beautiful.

And btw, who wouldn't want to find someone they could share perfect chemistry with? It wasn't just a mushy teen romance book but also dealt with more serious issues.

The character development was flawless and I'm so happy I read this book! View all 3 comments. Jun 07, Julie Kagawa rated it it was amazing.

I adore this book. This is not a genre I read often. The genres I read often include dragons, faeries, werewolves I've sworn off vampires for awhile , wizards, magic, flying carpets, kings, queens, and talking pink rabbits.

In other words, I'm a big fantasy buff. And was so intrigued and amused, I had to go buy it. I could give a summary, but the trailer does a much better job, so all I'll say is th I adore this book.

I could give a summary, but the trailer does a much better job, so all I'll say is that it was amazing. I thought I would despise the female lead, Brittney, but from the first chapter, she shows she's not the stuck-up ditz I thought she'd be and I really connected with her.

Alex, ah Alex. I always had a thing for stoic bad-boys with tragic pasts. And, what can I say, I'm a hopeless romantic after all.

The chemistry pun intended between them was intense, and made me melt into a big happy puddle of goo. So to summarize: Story: A. A classic Romeo and Juliet story, only with gangs and cheerleaders.

I've read a lot of YA where I couldn't stand the protag, especially if it's a female. Call me old fashioned, but being rude and condescending does not come off as "snarky" or "tough," just smack-worthy.

Alex and Brittney never got to the point where I wanted to slap them. They both acted like real, relatable teenagers, each with their own set of problems that they were dealing with in their own way.

Writing: A. No flowery language or stunning descriptions here, but the writing is real and down-to-earth, yet executed in such a way that you really feel what the characters are going through.

And the ending left me grinning like an idiot. Overall, I can't say enough good things about this book. So, watch the trailer, and then go out and get this book.

You won't be dissapointed. View 2 comments. Feb 28, The FountainPenDiva, Old school geek chick and lover of teddy bears rated it did not like it Shelves: smack-heroine-with-clue-bat , theme-family-relations , wtf-epic-race-fail , genre-interracial-romance , wtf-hugely-epic-fail , wtf-sensitivity-training-needed , wtf-bad-romance , sub-genre-multicultural-ya-fiction , characters-latino-heroes , please-save-me-from-the-bad-tropes.

My niece was reading this book and asked me what I thought of it. I read it last year and was so incensed at how horrible it was, this review which has undergone several revisions from the original pissed-off rant has been sitting in My Documents until now when the discussion of Perfect Chemistry came up again.

Seriously, I wondered if the author ever met a stereotype she didn't internalize in some fashion. To say that she h My niece was reading this book and asked me what I thought of it.

To say that she has become an automatic never-buy-or-read-even-if-she-were-the-last-book-on-earth is an understatement.

I never set out to just hate a book sight unseen and even though I had the feeling Perfect Chemistry was going to be a perfect disaster , I gave it a chance because some of my Goodreads friends recommended it since they know I love interracial romance.

Yes Virginia, I absolutely, positively HATED this book and it's only the second book I've ever read where I wished I believed in book burning because this one would be roasting hot dogs by now.

Did I mention how stereotype-laden this dreck thinly disguised as a YA romance was? Okay, try Mexican teenage boy who's poor and is in a gang meets pretty, White and rich teenage girl and they fall in love much to the consternation of the people around them.

Mexican teenage boy in a gang? Just as good as Mexican boy as gardener? Or Mexican teenage boy as car wash attendant?

I guess Mexican teenage boy as geeky science student from a stable and loving family wouldn't have worked, right? Don't tell me, readers wouldn't have bought it.

I get it, this is supposedly a "Romeo and Juliet" type plot, but in that play both tragic characters are in the same socio-economic status, just from different families.

Or both Alex and Brittany could have been working class. It's basically over-the-top gratuitous based on a little google research and some television shows which is all that's needed to portray 'realistic' gang life sans nuance.

The first thing I thought while reading about Alex was, why did he have to be in a gang? The story would have been just fine if he was just from the wrong side of the tracks, a poor kid with smarts trying to make good.

And what was with the random high school-esque Spanish thrown in when Alex was talking with his family and his friends? Next on the chopping block, Brittany.

There are few female characters I've had the urge to slap silly, and she's right at the top of the list. Puddles have more depth than this girl. Oh yes, she struggles to be perfect, but everything's about her looks.

We're constantly told how she's this Barbie Doll brought to life with her perfect hair, skin, body, makeup, boyfriend, etc.

Where's the rest of her? I'm sure she's smart but I never got that impression. I got the impression of a spoiled, self-centered little rich girl who tossed this Mexican gangbanger-gone-good named Alex at her upper-crust parents in order to piss them off.

I just didn't see any indication that she really cared for Alex, nor he for her since she was part of a bet over a car.

Maybe it was the writing, which was just painfully bad. Unlike some readers, the sex and drugs aspect was probably the most accurate part of the book.

Whether we want to deal with it or not, some teens are engaging in this behavior and we have to start dealing with it in an honest fashion.

The sad fact that this book won so many awards is just mindboggling at best but also shows these groups need a serious shot of actual ownvoices on their panels.

There's no way a book this racially insulting should be winning anything save a Razzie, if they had them for books.

The sad thing is, there's a dearth of well-written YA interracial romances out there. View all 8 comments. Re-read: She has everything.

She's beautiful, she's smart, she is dating the popular guy at school. Everyone want to be her and be with her. Her life is perfect. Brittany is the white chick from the rich side of town.

Alex is the bad boy. He's poor. He is in a gang. He Re-read: He is dangerous. He's hot, sexy, and in control. People expect him to follow his dad's footsteps or his people's footsteps.

Alex is an Mexican boy from the other side of town. Alex gets to see through Brittany's mask, sees the real Brittany without the attitude, without the facade.

He just sees her for who she really is. They both thought they were so different But life has a way of showing you that you were are wrong. We can actually learn a great deal of things from Brittany and Alex , specially with them being together, which is not common and looked down on from Brittany's "people".

What's the use of having a reputation if you can't ruin it every now and then? She is so strong and loya l. I love how she is with her sister, Shelley.

So careful and dedicated to her. It's beautiful to see. Brittany has quite a pressure from her parents, specially from her mother who is kinda crazy from my pov.

Brittany is beautiful, inside out. She puts quite a mask on her, pretending she is perfect, that her life is perfect, but really, nothing is perfect , specially not her family.

No one saw through her mask, except Alex Boy do I love you! I love you!! Wait, didn't I just say that? Anyways, I love you, Alex!

I love how much respect he has for his mother, how much he loves his family and how much he tries to help them even though he have to give up his chance at having a good future.

He didn't really need anything else in his life, didn't need the distraction and the want for more, didn't want the feeling of something missing, didn't need to want to be a good man until he got to know Brittany , until he saw through her mask and wanted to know her more.

Wanted to know who she really was Wanted to give her everything This thing with Brittany is supposed to be about a bet, not falling for a north sider.

I have to keep in mind that I'm only interested in Brittany because of the bet, and I better ignore what I suspect are real feelings. Feelings can't be a part of this game.

Overall; Jesus, I cannot believe I waited so long before I re-read it :O We all need a little Alex and Brittany in our lives , just sayin' and I shouldn't have gone so long with out them Simone Elkeles is a brilliant writer and her books are awesome.

Though I haven't continued with this series, mainly because I really only want Alex , I have still read her other book 'Wild Cards' which was awesome, but 'Perfect Chemistry' is the best!

I'm pretty sure I'll re-read it yet again in the future because it's simply that amazing. And everyone should read this book! View all 31 comments.

I adored this book. This is the classic love story with a fresh new feel. Hmm let's see Certain parts cliche, certain parts stereotypical, certain parts predictable, but I was still able to enjoy this book for what it was: romantic and sweet.

Alex is a gang member, who doesn't want to be and Brittany is a cheerleader. When they first meet they don't hit it off.

They think they know everything there is to know about one another just by what they see or may have heard. In time, they fall for each I adored this book.

In time, they fall for each other, and find out that they are each hiding some dark and painful secrets. Elkeles breathes new life into an old tale, and the writing is done in multiple POV, showing both Alex and Brittany's point of view, keeping Perfect Chemistry evenly paced.

What I loved about the most is that this book could make you feel good while reading, but at the same time it would make you feel sad about the life Alex is trying to get out of, and feel sorry for Brittany's sister.

These two both have so much going on in the background of their lives, yet they can give themselves completely to each other.

There is also some great drama, gritty dialog and a couple of twists along the way to keep you excited. This little love story will warm your heart, and make you long for the days of first loves, when you could look into someone's eyes and although they have flaws you see them as simply perfect.

Even though Alex and Brittany's relationship does move at a fast pace, their thoughts, insecurities, hang-ups, and urges all ring true and are easy for nearly any teen to identify with.

Recommended to all romance lovers. I don't read too much romance, but this book intrigued me, and I'm glad I gave it a shot. There are two other parts to this series, and I'm sure I will read them both eventually when I'm in the mood for more romance.

View all 6 comments. Nov 07, Neet rated it did not like it. I tend to judge books by their covers, so I understand why my sister might have bought this; but I assure you that the cover art is the only redeeming quality about this book.

T I tend to judge books by their covers, so I understand why my sister might have bought this; but I assure you that the cover art is the only redeeming quality about this book.

I felt embarrassed for the character. It was like the author was trying too hard to connect the character to a stereotype.

Dude, we get it. How will these polar opposites ever reconcile their differences and fall in love? Will society allow them to be together?

Dark matter? A black hole? Well this book gets 2 black holes. View all 5 comments. My heart is so full right now I've just finished Perfect Chemistry by Simone Elkeles and I simply don't have the right words to express my feelings towards this beautiful story.

One true love. Every single fucking thing about this masterpiece. The story just flowed and the writing was fucking flawless! I laughed, I cried, I swooned, I wanted to kick Brits mum in the muff gate - seriously I wouldn't piss on that woman if she was on fire!

The way Brittany was to her sister Shelley warmed my heart. The way Alex protected his family made me love him even more. I can't believe it took me this long to pick this book up as I now can't imagine my life without it.

View all 4 comments. Sep 26, Elena R a. It's been a while since I enjoyed a really good ya-novel. Perfect Chemistry, captivated my mind from beginning to end.

The characters Alex Fuentes and Brittany Ellis both had issues they had to deal with that makes the plot of the story so surreal. Alex is a gang member,with absolutely no intentions on going to college and doing anything meaningful with his life, that's the story of what people on the south side part of town believe.

Brittany is the rich girl trying to keep up with th Outstanding! Brittany is the rich girl trying to keep up with the little Ms.

Perfect facade. Appearances and reputation means everything for people on the north side of town. They're both seniors at the same High School and hate each others guts!

But when they're forced to become chemistry partners everything changes. This book brought out the issues of looking beneath the surface when judging a person.

It was a well written story. I enjoyed reading every moment of it. View all 15 comments. And what did I find???????? A story about a girl from the right side of the tracks and a boy from the wrong side of the tracks and how they fall in luuuuuuurrrrrrrrv.

Well, that trope just makes me. Allow me to introduce our main characters. First up, the leading male. You smoke, you're in a gang, and you've dated the hottest bad girls around.

Brittany is like Sandy. Give up the fantasy. I give zero poops that this story has been done eleventy trillion times before. Shelves: , ya.

I've sworn to stop reading YA romance a million of times before. Just like adult bodice-rippers, I find the genre too formulaic and predictable.

Unfortunately, "Perfect Chemistry" is no exception. There is really nothing wrong with this book except for its utter unoriginality.

This is a story that we all have read before - a rich, popular and beautiful cheerleader and dangerous but hot gang member are thrown in together by fate, or, more specifically, a chemistry lab seating chart I am coming I've sworn to stop reading YA romance a million of times before.

The guy makes a bet to get into the virginal cheerleader's pants, and sparks start to fly. Well, you can predict the rest as well as I did.

It is an extremely engaging and fast read about 3 hours for me , not overly cute and sweet or dumb as some romances I've read in the past, but not really special either.

It doesn't take you anywhere new emotionally or creatively, it is not grounded in reality and relies heavily on physical attraction.

View all 17 comments. Feb 18, Lindsay rated it it was amazing Shelves: cover-lust , books-i-own , all-time-favorites. Soooo corny! Jeez, reading has made me soft I remember when I saw this book in the book store months ago, my friend told me not to get it because she said she could tell it would be bad.

I questioningly looked at her and asked her why - because she said she had never read the book - and she tells me her Book Cover Theory. That you can tell whether a book will be good or bad by the cover it has.

So even though I thought what she was saying was dumb, I didn't buy the book, bum Soooo corny! So even though I thought what she was saying was dumb, I didn't buy the book, bumped it WAY up on my to read list, and started literally judging almost all books I would pick before reading by their covers.

Now, how many of YOU do this? Thankfully, if another friend of mine hadn't told me to get this book then I would have seriously lost out.

Thank God I came to my senses and I now know better than to judge books by their covers because hey, there are plenty of amazing books out there with terrible covers and there are some gorgeous covers with bad writing.

But this cover is sexy and has amazing writing! Simone Elkeles has done such an amazing job on this book. Seriously, I love this teen romance novel.

I will admit, I have never been a sucker for teen romances and a lot of them just make me roll my eyes and ask why? Especially when it comes to Romeo and Juliet type star crossed lovers junk.

I think its dumb, overused and unrealistic. But still, there was just something really special about this book, something that made me stop at the end and just say to myself "Wow.

Completely unexpected. She just gets down to the major things going on, which I can appreciate because sometimes, authors tend to get a little lengthy with all the descriptions that either confuse me or make my head spin.

Now the characters were amazing. Sure there were some annoying parts but that's necessary in a book. And their personalities were just fantastic.

I have to say, I can personally relate to Brittany. Seriously, I have nothing against this chick.

Not about the popular thing, but the fact that she puts up an act for people, how hard it is to be perfect, and the sibling with a mental problem since my brother has Asperger's Syndrome.

All of the fears she had for her sister Shelley were ones I could relate to myself and out of all the books I read this year, this YA female character is my favorite hands down.

And Alex I will fight everyone for him cause he is just so damn fine! So that's a record. Alex is the ideal guy, he has things he wants to do for himself but he won't because he'll go to any extreme to protect his family.

And the fact that he let himself be with Brittany because he knew he wanted her was sexy! One of those once in a lifetime people you would take the bullet for no matter what And Sierra because she proved - and outright surprised - me by showing how much of a best friend she was to Brittany and not turning out to be a mindless she witch like Darlene.

There were only a few things I had a problem with but nothing major. Although Alex and Brittany are so realistic and have such amazing personalities and qualities and all that, I had a hard time with their feelings at first.

Don't get me wrong, I totally loved the love-hate relationship they had going on but I would have liked their relationship to build more gradually.

It was a little to fast for me. And the fact that who killed Alex's father was also a little predictable. I would have liked a little bit more mystery but I'm otherwise okay with the book.

I am currently reading the sequel Rules of Attraction, featuring Alex's brother Carlos - whose a winy little brat, a sexy brat whose more like Alex in more ways than one, but a brat nonetheless - and his new interest.

I have got to say, I love this series sooo much and I absolutely cannot wait for the final book Chain Reaction with the world's sexiest cover featuring the younger innocent adorable brother Luis!

Rating: 5 out of 5 Stars P. This is in fact the longest review I have ever written up to date. Woo hoo! Miracles do happen! View all 28 comments.

Mar 12, Vinaya rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance , books-i-loved , the-realstar-deal , ya-fiction , favorites.

A rich white girl from a messed-up family falls in love with a poor Mexican boy from the wrong side of the tracks. When I read the blurb for Perfect Chemistry, I thought, hmmm In fact, I have not.

Before I start to gush, some disclosures: This book is a romance. Flat-out, no hol A rich white girl from a messed-up family falls in love with a poor Mexican boy from the wrong side of the tracks.

Flat-out, no holds-barred romance. No vampires, no werewolves, nothing but two teenagers finding true love.

This book is a teen romance. It has convenient lab-partner arrangements to facilitate plot development, a pretty cheerleader and a hot gangbanger, a bet involving getting the gangbanger into the cheerleader's pants and a messed-up family life for the star-crossed couple.

But despite the nightmares the above disclosures may conjure up, I would suggest you still give Perfect Chemistry a chance. It's a beautifully-written book with very likeable protagonists.

More importantly, Simone Elkeles picks up a bunch of uncomfortable topics that have the potential for disaster, and weaves them seamlessly into a hard-hitting story.

Brittany Ellis is one of the school's most popular girls. On the surface, she has it all - good looks, money, a perfect boyfriend and a perfect life.

She works very hard to maintain the illusion that everything is exactly as it seems, but the strain of trying to be Miss Perfect is wearing on her.

Enter Alex Fuentes. He's from the poor side of town and runs with a gang called Latino Blood. He's smart, but he knows that he hasn't got a snowball's chance in hell of getting out of his 'hood and into a college.

His only aim is to protect his family and ensure that his two younger brothers get the choices he's never had. When the two of them are assigned to be lab partners in Chemistry at the beginning of senior year, sparks begin to fly.

At first, they have nothing but contempt for each other; then Alex makes a stupid bet with his friends that he will get into Brittany's pants in two months, and once he begins to pursue her, he begins to fall for her.

In the meantime, Brittany's 'perfect' boyfriend is pushing for sex, and refusing to communicate; as she grows further away from Colin, she gets closer to Alex.

This book makes no attempt to soft-soap the life of a gang member. Alex carries a gun, threatens and sometimes assaults people who refuse to pay their debts to a gang, smokes marijuana and is quick with his fists.

But under his tough boy persona, he is seething with frustration at a life that seems to give him no choices.

He's also smart-as-hell and has a very soft spot for Brittany. Their slow transition from hostility to a deeper understanding and eventually, to love was beautifully played out.

I thought both their voices the book is narrated in alternate first person were authentic. I really liked the fact that I could get Alex's perspective on the developing romance as well as Brittany's.

I also admire Elkeles for taking this relationship to its natural conclusion. She handles the lovemaking scene with great delicacy, and doesn't wimp out and finish it all up in one line.

I like the fact that the sex was painful and uncomfortable; not all of us can be like those paperback romance heroines who lose their hymen with minimal pain and maximum ecstasy.

Be warned, the ending is not all sunshine and flowers.