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A teacher is supposed to impart a love of learning and a thirst for knowledge. It’s a bit different with Ms. Lori Settles. All the kids are talking about how hot she is–and she is especially interested in Ryan Piccoli. When she starts giving Ryan extra attention, he’s feeling more than happy–at first. He’s used to being the class clown, but really he’s a loner. One day after school, the friendship with Lori Settles goes farther than he ever expected. She’s his teacher. She’s at least twice his age. Intimacy with ...
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Overview

A teacher is supposed to impart a love of learning and a thirst for knowledge. It’s a bit different with Ms. Lori Settles. All the kids are talking about how hot she is–and she is especially interested in Ryan Piccoli. When she starts giving Ryan extra attention, he’s feeling more than happy–at first. He’s used to being the class clown, but really he’s a loner. One day after school, the friendship with Lori Settles goes farther than he ever expected. She’s his teacher. She’s at least twice his age. Intimacy with a teacher is wrong, yet it feels so good in every way. Soon, Lori is making demands and Ryan begins to feel overwhelmed, but Ryan refuses to even admit anything is going on. Something immoral is going on and before too long the choices made will change lives forever.

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McDaniel (Don't Die, My Love) forsakes her typical weeper for a cautionary tale about a high school freshman seduced by his history teacher. On the first day of class, Ryan "locks eyes" with the stiletto-wearing, cleavage-baring Ms. Settles ("I feel heat") and watches her bend over a desk drawer ("The sweaterdress hugs her backside, and I want to do the same"). Describing the same encounter, the teacher says, "I stare at him and the room seems to recede. A halo of light encircles him and suddenly, I know... he'll be the One." The two become sexually involved and mutually obsessed, arousing the suspicions (and jealousy) of Ryan's longtime friend Honey, who wishes she were his girlfriend. McDaniel furnishes the souped-up drama her fans crave, and even the denouement has its soapy excess (Ryan, about to be reunited with the now-vilified and convicted Ms. Settles, asks, "Which of us is the predator and which the prey?"). Readers interested in a more sophisticated, psychologically astute treatment of the same subject should see last fall's Boy Toyby Barry Lyga (Reviews, Sept. 3, 2007). Ages 12-up. (Feb.)

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AGERANGE: Ages 12 to 18.

Fifteen-year-old Ryan Piccoli starts his freshman year with a confidence that comes from knowing he can make anyone like him. He puts this skill to work in his class taught by Lori Settles, who Ryan thinks is "jaw-dropping delectable." When Ryan speaks out in class, Lori realizes that he will be "The One" and sets out to seduce him. Ryan loves the attention he receives from his teacher and the excitement of their secret romance. As their relationship becomes more intense, Ryan's friend Holly observes that he has become unreliable and secretive, he is never home, and he spends no time with his friends. This novel is a complete departure from McDaniel's previous works, which she admits in an author's note. McDaniel creates a dark, sinister romance and weaves a web around the lives of three characters who, through altering narration, reveal their own stories. The characters are slightly stereotypical: Ryan is a loner, his mother died, and his father is frequently absent. Holly struggles with her unrequited love for Ryan. As an adult, Lori suffers the ramifications of her own childhood abuse. Despite a plot that is straight from news headlines, there is something about these characters that keeps readers interested. McDaniel demonstrates the future emotional damage in the ending set imediately prior to Ryan's eighteenth birthday. He is waiting to be reunited with Lori and knows that he has the power and control now because she has nothing left but him. Reviewer: Alissa Lauzon
April 2008 (Vol. 31, No. 1)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780385734530
  • Publisher: Random House Children's Books
  • Publication date: 2/12/2008
  • Pages: 208
  • Age range: 14 - 17 Years
  • Lexile: 610L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 5.04 (w) x 7.18 (h) x 0.83 (d)

Meet the Author

Lurlene McDaniel
Lurlene McDaniel is the #1 author of inspirational fiction for young adults. She lives in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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Prey
By Lurlene McDaniel Delacorte Books for Young Readers Copyright © 2008 Lurlene McDaniel
All right reserved.

ISBN: 9780385734530

Day one. New school year. New school. Freshman status. Same old Ryan Piccoli. Me, myself and I, lost in the masses--heading to new classes, new teachers, new everything. This is the thing about big high schools like McAllister. People can look right at you, right through you, as if you're Casper the Friendly Ghost.
"Hey, watch where you're going, turd."
I've bumped into a senior, a jock, and he's snarling at me. I bow slightly and get out of his way. He'd stopped without warning in the middle of the hall. I say, "Sorry, my bad. I didn't see the traffic light over your head giving you the right of way." His pretty girlfriend looks me over, giggles.
The guy puffs up. "Take off, creep."
He turns and I take a chance and wink at his girlfriend. She's pretty, but off-limits.
She blows me a kiss when her boyfriend isn't looking and I watch them take off down the crowded hallway. Wait for it, I think, and am rewarded when she glances over her shoulder to make sure I'm still watching. Gotcha!
I can make people like me, even when they don't want to. A talent that got me through middle school--just ask my teachers. If you can't make them love you, make them like you. How, you ask? Make 'em laugh. A survival skill I learned early in life.
I'm wishing the day was ending insteadof just starting. My summer was pretty laid-back, sleeping in and staying up until three in the morning on my computer. I hung at the pool at the country club, worked on my tan, lifted weights in my garage every afternoon. For a freshman nobody, I look pretty good. At least that's what some girls hanging at the pool said. Sure, they were only eleven and twelve, but girls' opinions are always worth something to me. With school starting up, though, talking to the global universe and gaming are over.
"Ry! Wait up."
I turn and see Joel weaving through the hall traffic. When he reaches me, he asks, "You home this afternoon?" He'd been a regular drop-by at my place through middle school. My dad's in sales and he travels a lot, so except for a housekeeper now and then, I'm pretty much on my own most days of the week.
"As soon as the bus drops me," I say.
"Forget the bus. I'll give you a lift."
Joel's had a car since July. I won't turn sixteen until December and that's when I hope Dad will get me a car. Until then, I'm at the mercy of the school bus and a few friends who have their own wheels. "All right," I tell him. "I got the new Grand Slam Poker game on Saturday."
Joel's eyes light up. "I'm in."
"It's tricky."
"Bring it on. You're lucky your dad gets you stuff like that. I have to save every cent and buy stuff I want myself."
Lucky? I think. It's a bribe, Joel, my man. Dad buys me stuff because he sheds guilt over leaving me alone so much like a shaggy dog sheds hair. His guilt is my ticket to the latest and greatest. A guy adapts.
The foot traffic in the hall has thinned and the first bell buzzes. "I'm gone," I say, waving my schedule.
"Wait by the gym," Joel calls, and takes off in the other direction.
My first class is World History from Ancient to Modern Times, and by the time I get there, all the seats in the back of the room are taken. I find an empty one in the middle of the third row and slide into it, curling my legs. Man, these things must be left over from some elementary school. The room smells of chalk dust and stale air. All schools smell the same. If someone blindfolded you and led you through a maze ending in a classroom, you'd know in an instant where you were by the smells.
The door shuts and a woman's voice says, "Welcome to WHAM--your free pass to Tomorrow Land. I'm Ms. Settles."
I look up because I can feel an undercurrent flowing through the room. I hear the guy next to me exhale a soft "wow."
Ms. Settles is gorgeous. Straight jet-black hair to her shoulders, skin the color of cream and big blue eyes so clear you could swim in them. Her body is as sexy as any movie star's, with curves and boobs and a sweaterdress that shows off her assets.
"H-e-l-l-o, Ms. Settles," a guy on the other side of me whispers.
The girls in the class are speechless. Probably because none of them look like that, poor slobs.
Ms. Settles is all business, walking down each aisle, her heels clicking, talking about history--who cares? When she passes me, I catch a whiff of vanilla and see that she has nails painted pale icy pink, perfectly rounded and shiny.
In front of her desk again, she leans backward, resting her palms on the desktop and crossing her ankles. She isn't wearing athletic shoes, or old lady loafers either. Her shoes are black and high, with ankle straps that show off her smooth, tanned and perfect calves. She never stops talking about world history, her voice professional-sounding, but who can listen? I just keep seeing how pretty she is.
She asks two guys to go to the back cabinet and pass out the textbooks. They about fall over themselves to get it done. The thick blue book lands with a thud on my desk and I thumb through it. All the while Ms. Settles is outlining her program, test schedule and essay work for the school year. I hardly hear her words, just her voice. Pretty voice, too.
Then she starts asking questions. "Who in here thinks history is a waste of time?" Silence. "Who thinks the past is dead, so why bother studying it? Who thinks hard work equals good grades?" More silence. "Who thinks he or she can slide by because they're only doing time at McAllister, waiting for better things to come along?" Feet shuffle. She's speaking in teacher code, letting us know that her class isn't going to be a walk in the park. "This is my first year here, but I've taught middle and high school for over seven years."
I do rapid math and calculate her age to be thirtyish if she graduated college at twenty-two. She's old. So what? She's still jaw-dropping delectable.

Continues...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2011

    Must Read.

    Though a short read, I found Prey to be captivating, poignant and difficult to put down. It seems the author really thought this one through and the actions and reactions of each character felt very real.
    I recommend this book; it makes you think and will certainly haunt you long after you're through.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 13, 2008

    Wowza!!

    Im 23 years old and still loving this book!! Even though this book is for young-adult readers, but the moment I started reading it, I couldnt put it down. A relationship between a student and teacher that has gone too far, and both of them happens to come from a broken family, lost parents, traumatic childhood for the female character 'Lori', missing mother figure for the male character 'Ryan'. Even if he denies it in the book, I still think that he fell for Lori because she's mature, and he felt comfortable when he's with her. The ending is surprising because Ryan couldnt help wondering and ask himself, now who's the prey and who's the predator? I think its both of them, Lori is a predator looking for young men to become her prey because she had lost her childhood and she's missed what it is she's supposed to experience at that age, such as dating, parties, and being a teenager. Ryan is also a predator, looking for older women to become his prey because he's missing a mother figure, someone that he can talk to, feel safe and comfortable to be with. So overall, this is truly a great book!!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 14, 2008

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    Reviewed by Jennifer Wardrip, aka "The Genius" for TeensReadToo.com

    Bestselling author Lurlene McDaniel has taken a turn from her normally heartbreaking inspirational novels to write something completely different with PREY. This time around, she tackles a once taboo subject head-on -- that of the skewed relationship between a female teacher and her young male student. <BR/><BR/>Ryan Piccoli is a typical teen. He's fifteen, a freshman in high school, has a close knit group of friends that include Joel and Honey, and a fairly average student. Although his mother died when he was still a toddler, he has a father that, although gone most of the time as part of his job, still tries to connect with him as much as he can. Things are going pretty well; he's hoping for a car for Christmas for his sixteenth birthday, he's both excited and anxious to be starting high school, he's wondering if he'll get a girlfriend. And then the unthinkable happens: he meets Miss Lori Settles, the knew World History teacher. <BR/><BR/>Miss Settles is an immediate hit at McAllister High School, at least with the male population (you'd probably get a different response from the females). She's young, she's gorgeous, she seems to understand teenagers, and she has the most important attribute that any normal male can ask for -- she's got a body to die for, and she dresses for school each day in a way that will show it to its best advantage. Suddenly, every guy in the building, from students to faculty, wants to find a way to spend time with Miss Settles. <BR/><BR/>Only Ryan gets to spend time with her in a way that no one else would ever expect. What starts off innocently enough as a request to help his teacher move furniture soon evolves into trips to a coffee shop late at night. And when those trips then turn into visits at her apartment, Ryan figures it's only right, since they obviously are in love with each other. What follows is a sexual affair that, although high in intensity, might end up burning them both in the end. <BR/><BR/>Ms. McDaniel has written a real page-turner with PREY. Once you start reading, you'll not want to stop until the last word is read. This is a book that has no clear-cut answers and, actually, has no clear sense of who has done right and who has done wrong. Pick up a copy -- you'll be glad you did.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2013

    Awesome

    The book is very real, well written, good. Its worth the money

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2013

    If you liked this book.... i have books that are just as good all you have to do is ask... ashwick15@gmail.com

    It took me four days to read because i have a very busy life and i only get 30 minutes a day to read a book. This book when i went to sleep made me think well dream what was going to happen next. Most of the time i was wrong but i still loved how somethings you just dont see coming. I really didnt like how honey just dropped slowly out of the mainline then like fastly comes back in nor did i like how the book ended but the ending was well fitted for this type of book. To tell the truth i wished that this book was longee. Im surprised to see that some middle schools have this book. I saw this book when i was in middle school but i read it in high school.. looks like i will read more of these types of books. If your looking for another fast read if i was you i would read breathless or the dark devien books by bree despain. They are awesome as well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2012

    Good but this one is better...

    This is a good book but i wouldnt recoment someone to buy it. Get it from your library or borrow from someone else. But i would recomend Boy Toy, im not sure ho the auhor is but its a guy. Boy Toy has the same topic as Prey but all in all its a wa better book. The characters are more developed and you get into their stries more. Its also longer and more in debth. Hope you loke it :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2012

    Yes,Wow!!

    Not for little kids.it will make your eyes widen:)!!!!
    (Like ages 12and younger 13 if mantuer, very!!!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 30, 2011

    Wow!

    This was a great read, that is so true.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 14, 2011

    book

    this book is a great book that is misterious and romanric

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  • Posted August 25, 2011

    Horrible!

    I don't think this book could have been much worse. The characters were completely unbelievable. Their thoughts and use of words were entirely unrealistic. There was a random mixture of words and phrases that teenagers actually use and others that would never come out of anyone's mouth, like "this is a happening dress!"

    I think the dynamics of the relationship in the book were really dumbed-down and misconstrued as well, although a lot of it may have been more realistic. The plot and structure of the story was unimpressive and flimsy.

    It was like a poorly written children's book, about sex. Overall, it was a huge waste of time and money.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 18, 2011

    Read this!

    Prey is about a guy and his teacher, they began to get close. But maybe a little too close..?

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  • Posted May 16, 2011

    Very easy read!

    I read this book in like 2.5 hours it was a very easy read and very hard to put down because i wanted to know what was going to happen next! Semi predicatabld but definitely recommended

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 5, 2010

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    I read this book in 3 hours!

    This story was very tastefully done. Not alot of graphic descriptions (thank goodness). The story was well written and kept you engaged in the lives of Honey, Ryan and Lori. I've recomended this to many other ladies and they've really enjoyed it!

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  • Posted July 12, 2009

    It was Alright

    It was interesting how well the plot twisted. But I wished the ending chapter wasn't so concise about HIS motivations, and HIS thinking about what was going on.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 23, 2009

    Read it in 3 hours

    I started by just picking up the book because I love the author and own almost all the books. Once I read it though it was not her orignial writting as she notes in the authors note. I did enjoy the change in style and thought it was a very good book all in all. You could feel the excitment and thrill and get a feel of the characters. I liked how it changed view point between Ryan, Honey, and Lori. It gave you a perspective of everyone and their thoughts and feelings. As the headline said I read it in just 3 hours. I have read books in less time, however it kept my attention long enough not to put it down. I recommend this book!

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  • Posted June 19, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    THIS BOOK MIGHT EVEN BE BETTER THAN TWILIGHT

    there are some parts that will be ackweird to be reading but over all the book has a good point and nobody else could have wrote the book better than Lurlene McDaniel. so Bravo!!

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  • Posted April 18, 2009

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    Not so great.

    I didn't really care for this book. It wasn't like her usual books that she writes. Hope she changes her next book up!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2008

    AMAZING!

    this book was so good. i definitely recommend it to anyone and everyone. the ending was such a twist! loved it<3

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2008

    LOVED IT!

    read a review about this book and i was like okay whatever. but my mom bought it for me one day and OMG. i loved it i read it in a few hours. Couldn't put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2008

    Different for Mcdaniel but just as good!!!!

    I have been reading books by Lurlene Mcdaniel since 2004. This book is very different from what she writes but I LOVED IT!!!! It is definately one of her best books.

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