"First of all, I am such a fangirl, so I really enjoyed this book full of gamer geekiness!! I love comic books, The Guild with Felicia Day, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, Dr. Who, etc. . . . So back to Pwned. I recommend this book to young teens because it has a good lesson on bullying and peer pressure, which is exactly what kids and teens face in school." —Secretly Adorkable Readers
"Loved this book! It was awesome and totally hilarious! It was clean, cute, and totally nerdy and I adored it. It talks about high school issues and trying to fit in. It talks about making tough choices about right and wrong. And it talks about just being yourself. Great moral, good story line, lovable characters; I LOVED IT!! Seriously, I'm going to go read it again now!" —5 Star Reviewer
Reagan West has the perfect life.
She's gorgeous, she's popular, and she's at the tip-top of the high school food chain as co-captain of the cheerleading squad. She's also best friends with the most evil girl in Albany, Tawny Perez, which means she's never on the receiving end of Tawny's wrath. The only trouble in Reagan's perfect life comes from the constant threat of her fellow classmates discovering her dirty little secret—Reagan West is a closet gamer. What's more, Reagan absolutely hates her role as evil cheerleader. But, as any teenager knows, it's better to suppress your own nerdy tendencies than to submit to a lifetime of being shoved into lockers.
So Reagan bravely soldiers on as a reluctant bully . . . until a cute boy from her guild moves to her school and becomes Tawny's next target. The good-looking newcomer threatens to reveal Reagan's nerdy little secret and forces her to come to terms with who she truly is. Now Reagan has to decide if she's going to defend her fellow geeks, or if she'll continue to be a total troll.