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    "--And that's when I joined the nudist colony."

    Oh if I could have had a king size bar of James Reid back in the day, I'd have been socially acceptable in college. I had my own problems in my hay-days but my hazy days were not as bad as Fiona's hazing days. It's a long story... well actually it's a book, but in a short summary: Fiona has decided that she is going to burn away the girl she once was in a blaze of glory in this new life known to all the normal people as higher education. At a concert where she is trying to push her way to the front row she encounters a great looking dude who challenges her rather devil-may-care stare with a try-me-sweet-thing look. This explodes into a fiery passionate hot time, in which Fiona finds herself in a locked closet with a stranger having the hottest sex of her life. Later to learn that he is the prize that she is not allowed to touch, talk to, know, acknowledge, look at, think of, or remember having ever having met due to the rules her sorority, Phi Delta Chi, have for winning a date with his magnificence with at the end of the year. There is just one problem. James doesn't want her to forget their interlude and he has no intention of letting her. Again, a problem I'd have given good money for during my days at Penn State. Poor Fiona. It's almost like James has it out to have her be the girl in the crossfire with the girls in her school club! Her answer is to fail every one of the tasks given to win the contest to get the James Reid Booty Prize at the end of the year. She has help in losing the challenges from the evil step-sorority-sister, Sigrid, who senses Fiona's awesomeness and desires bringing her down to the level of the rest of the mortals. Of course, Fiona's own inclination for self-destruction combined with the forces at the source, of-course-of-course, wishing to do their-worst-their-worst, in her sorority house start tipping the scales to the point where recklessness and danger meet with maliciousness and intent. Soon Fiona's actions aren't just bringing repercussions down on herself but down on those for whom she cares. Oh no! Trouble! Trouble! I loved this books. James is a yummy, naughty, humble character and he has a lot of complexities to his character that make him all the more enigmatic. L.A. Rose reveals bits and pieces of his past throughout the book in a way you aren't aware you are getting information until the end. It doesn't hurt that he's damaged in childlike way that works antithetically to the sexmuffin James who spends all night smacking your can and cha-chaing you deep and sweaty-like through the night. James has spent a lifetime fighting his fame; in a lot of ways he's like Adrian King, the model in Adrian Lessons, a legend on campus, but virtually unknown to all, but friends--and James has very few of those in reality. So when he meets and gets hooked on Fiona, what actually draws him to her is that Fiona, grew up in a culture that didn't have access to his celebrity and she didn't know to be in awe of him. What keeps him with her is that she doesn't lose her head. I'm in love with L.A Rose and I really love this book and Adrian Lessons. I think she has a great voice for College Romance. The humor in this novel is freaking spectacular! There are times I belly laughed. The dialogue is sharp and witty. The plot is well paced and she knows when to story break and how to pause for effect. This is one of my favorites. I would dress as a chicken to prove it!
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