The Wrong Side of Kai
Vanessa doesn’t believe in serious relationships. Come to think of it, she doesn’t believe in any kind of relationship. But when her casual fling with Harrison ends in the ultimate betrayal, she’s out for revenge.
A leaked video that’s got everyone talking. A mysterious (and hot) new guy at school. A payback plan. What could go wrong? And what might go right?
The Wrong Side of Kai is a story of broken hearts, forgiveness, trust and vulnerability – and the breathtaking exhilaration of falling in love.
Published: 19th September 2019
Format: Paperback 198x129mm with flaps
Extent: 288 pages
Estelle Maskame is 22 years old and lives in Peterhead. She started writing the DIMILY trilogy when she was 13; it was first published by Black & White in 2015. Rights are now sold in 19 territories. Estelle was winner of the Young Scot Award 2016 (Arts) and shortlisted for the Young Adult Romantic Novel Award 2017.
Check out Estelle's website here.
“I have read every single one of Estelle’s book and this one continued to have me hooked from start to finish, just like the others. I absolutely adored the DIMILY series, but this one is definitely going to the top of my list of favourite books from Estelle. Outstanding.” Breakfast at Shelby’s
“What a fantastic new book from Estelle! I am a huge fan of the DIMILY series and was really excited when I heard about The Wrong Side of Kai and it did not disappoint … This has to be my favourite book by Estelle so far and I cannot wait to see what she writes next!” Bookloverx
“Kai is definitely being added to my shelf of book boyfriends.” Fine’s Reviews
“Estelle’s books can always be relied on to deliver complex characters, an addictive romance and big issues. I think some really important things were touched on in Vanessa and Kai’s story. Online bullying and sexism are things that teen girls are having to deal with on a scarily regular basis and books like this help show that it’s not okay, that you don’t deserve to be treated in that way. This is a really big deal for readers like Estelle’s and I’m so glad she tackled it, and in a way that didn’t feel overbearing or heavy handed.” The Copper Boom
“While this book does have a romance plot (which I couldn't get enough of), it also discusses sexism and grief that's written in a way that's easy to read. I loved reading about their families too, I loved Vanessa's sister. I have read all of Estelle's books and while DIMILY always has a special place on my shelf for getting me back into reading, this is a new favourite!” Hannah Heartss