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  • Excellent

    Excellent storyline! I loved the banter between characters. This book was so good I didn’t put it down until I finished it!!!!

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  • AMAZING!!!

    I love love love fake relationship books and this one was ah-mazing!!! I wasn't sure what to expect from Ridge after meeting him in the Three Sisters Catering series. But man, did he absolutely blow me away. The deal that brings him and Karrie together is supposed to make both of their lives easier. She'll be his buffer at home for Thanksgiving and he'll make her not-even-a-little-bit-worth-it ex jealous. How Karrie missed all the dbag red flags that Drake was giving off, I have absolutely no idea. His next level awful was seriously wild. This book is an awesome start to this series. I'm so excited to see where it goes!!

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  • Frat house confessions

    Really great read great book really enjoyable from start to finish

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  • Good girl tames Bad Boy and more!

    Karrie is a college girl who is at U of M under a scholarship. She has to keep up with school work and softball, so everything else falls on the wayside. With Karrie's "good girl" reputation, her ex-boyfriend used her until he was done with her, then later "destroyed" her when they broke up. Karrie was blind-sighted with this, and it left her bitter for awhile. So, armed with revenge in her mind, she ended up agreeing to an intriguing proposal from U of M's notorious bad boy on campus - Ridge. Ridge Temple is one of the Delta House (the "House") officers, a college fraternity group that he and his brother are current members and residing. Their new "frat initiation/endeavor" for their new pledges is to choose an "unpopular girl," do a make-over, and later pit her against other pledge girls. The most successful make-over will win a "special prize" for both pledge and girl from the House. He found his "it girl" in Karrie. He was able to convince Karrie that they needed to work together to seek their ultimate goals - through helping each other. The plan was perfect than expected - because everyone believed them and was working. Too bad that things do get complicated when both main characters started discovering that their "facades" are not what they seem and what lies underneath is what each needed. Based on the synopsis, this reminds me a bit of the movie, She's All That. It's a bit more different since there are more mature matters on family, peer pressure (as mature as it can get in college), and secrets. Ridge is nothing like the movie - it has more mature content, more adult drama than the movie inspiration. The focus is on Ridge. The author makes readers connect and "fall" for Ridge's plight through well-thought-out situations and jaw-dropping scenes that will make you love him even more than first thought - even if he's the "bad boy" in the story. Karrie was a wonderful character. I loved how she was still faithful to herself (ideals and practical beliefs) and not just "taking it" from Ridge with his "make-over" suggestions. A lot of truth and rational thoughts on her end was what Ridge needed. Karrie was not afraid to stand up for herself and be vulnerable to Ridge since she knew that she needed him as much as he did her. It was important that Karrie did not get swept away with Ridge's life and that she remained herself, even if she wore and acted how Ridge told her to for their plan to work. The book discussed The Language of Love, which was critical to winning Karrie over at the end. The author used this to help Ridge understand her better and made their connection deeper. Ridge may not have to forge his way to pay for things in life, but he lacks the things he discovers matter to him most. These "missing things" started changing as he starts getting to know Karrie, her outlook, friends, and family. I believe that Ridge missed out a lot as the eldest and his background versus his younger siblings. It is sad to see that he missed out, plus his attitude on the revolving-door women he has encountered. But I was happy that it did not affect how he matured later on - how he treated the pledges, Karrie, etc. Yes, peer pressure is the worst enemy in breaking any relationship - friends or more. The story will make you rethink family dynamics and love. There are MORE drama and gut-wrenching truths that come out versus a teeny-bopper movie of the 90s. One scene shocked me to drop my ebook, and it even got Karrie all "shaky" as it happened in front of her. In summary, I highly recommend Frat House Confessions: Ridge! The author knows how to grab you from the first chapter and hold you to the end - making you empathize with the characters and their plight immediately. Readers of young love, new adult romance, fraternity/college life, and second chance tropes would surely enjoy - correction "devour" this book. The ending might be HEA but how things turned out was good. It made everything a lot better, even after a few days of digesting the book. Frat House Confessions: Ridge is the first of the series and has me wanting to check out the rest of the series. Go check it out today! Note: This is the second time I encountered the author and I am impressed with her versatility from writing steamy mystery to college/new adult stories. I am excited and cannot wait to see more from her!

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