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Since Tommy, Vince’s brother, ruined Vince’s date by leaving a half dead man in the trunk of the car, Tommy tries to recover the mess in his own means of apology- brining a hooker to make up with Vince! This is pretty exciting, both Tommy’s actions and Vince’s response. He was tempted by her allure, so he heavily pondered what he should do. I bet many boys will go for it and take the chance. However, unlike many others, Vince comes back to his senses and sharply refuses to give in. I think this is very impressive for any guy to do and I wish I had a boyfriend like him, who knows what’s right and cuts out what’s wrong. What Vince did was a great choice that shows his goodness.
Vince's teachers think he needs to work harder. Vince has to make a website and his grade is determined on how many hits he gets. I think Vince and Alex should make a website of something lots of people are interested in. Vince is heading to a friend's party and stops by Tommys place. He rings the bell and a girl answers. Vince thinks its Tommys girl friend, but i think Tommy got him that girl for a gift because he messed up Vince's date with Angela.According to Vince, the girl is hot, but he hates the fact that she's all over him and he doesn't even know the girl. He tries his best to leave and it's really hard, but he's out of there.
In this chapter this got spiced up a bit. I loved the part where Vince goes to visit his brother, who is supposedly making up for the incident that occurred in chapter one, but instead finds a very attractive girl. All of a sudden she is all over him, better yet Vince finds out that she’s isn’t her brother’s girlfriend, but a call girl. It was great how he started contemplating on whether or not he wanted to go along, but didn’t because he wanted his first time to mean something. So I really enjoyed this chapter, and I find Vince to be a really charming character.
I interest in this chapter about the college things who are preparing to make their lives and lives in college. I mostly agree with the idea that many senior-students in high school are spending their time on filling the applications for college in weekends. Also, to search the colleges where the mostly fit for you. In my opinion, books, magazines, or any other reading stuffs are should be getting levels of agreement from people who are reading them. For this reason, the chapter would get points from the readers.
Chapter 04: This chapter is a little okay for me because Vince get to kiss a girl and this girl is a reporter for their school. If only the boys didn’t get in a fight then maybe Vince would get a longer kiss with this girl name Kendra Brightly. I think Vince is being a man by trying not to ruin Kendra’s life by not chasing her and making her embarrassed in front of her collage friends so yeah… I kind of like this chapter….
Chapter 4 I can’t really relate to this moment where Vince Luka is being set up by his brother but I actually know someone whose being set by their brother and some else, if I was the one being set up by any one I would double the price and make it worse than what they’ve done to me. Tommy Luka is Vince Luka’s older brother the guy that set up Vince Luka with a hooker at Tommy Luka’s apartment, as soon as Vince Luka got in the apartment the “HOOKER” which her name is Cece she got all over Vince Luka, Vince stood up and he was heading to the door when he got up while he was walking his way to the door Cece said to him in a sweet voice stay he wanted but he didn’t, because he knew at the very moment when he entered the apartment that the brother has set him up.
This chapter was interesting. Tommy, Vince's brother, wanted to make it up to Vince for ruining his date so he tells him to go over to Tommy's place. When he goes there, this girl named Cece kept on flirting with him and he thought that she was Tommy's girlfriend. Then he found out that he she was just a call girl and that Tommy set him up, but he didn't want to do anything because he wanted his first time to be special so he just left. I liked this chapter and I would have done the same thing.
This chapter was so interesting. Vince is not a straight A student. And I think he doesn’t care about university, because he already knows the only way he’s getting into university is from his powerful dad. Even when his brother, Tommy brought him to set him up with a hooker, Vince refused her at the end. He made a decision when he find out she was a call girl. Probably, because he knows it’s all came from his father’s business. And I think he doesn’t want to be part of it. I like his character, because he always trying to make a right choice.
Chapter 4 got a little bit of action. It was nice of Tommy to set up a date with Vince and a call girl just to make it up to him for what he did. The moment Vince walked in he was like whoa!! He was looking for his brother all along not knowing he was on a date with Cese. I wonder what went on. This chapter also talked about college how his dad wants him to go to Harvard University, and his like doubting it because of his grades. There’s a college party and Alex is so hyped up about it, and Vince is just like “whatever I find in my closet I’m wearing”.
Vince has low grades so his teacher called Vince's father. And they talk about Vince's grades. His teacher says Vince has the potential to be an excellent student but he doesn't apply himself. They got a trouble because of the college. I think he has own problems like other teenagers. But I feel so bad because no one is trying to understand him and help him to solve his problems.
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