The Life and Times of the Heir and the Keeperby Etta King
They say college is a lot of things; a haven, a four-year party, the place you met the girl – or guy – of your dreams. What they don’t tell you is, the best part of college is the drama YOU bring to the table! After all, that dirty little secret, that not-so-little white lie, and those texts you wish you could erase from cyberspace can’t… See more details below
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They say college is a lot of things; a haven, a four-year party, the place you met the girl – or guy – of your dreams. What they don’t tell you is, the best part of college is the drama YOU bring to the table! After all, that dirty little secret, that not-so-little white lie, and those texts you wish you could erase from cyberspace can’t stay hidden forever. At CU, someone’s always watching, and you better hope there isn’t a camera phone on hand when you get caught.
Its the Spring Semester, but it’s not all fun in the budding sun for Jon and Franz. Follow them as they delve through the politics of secret societies, the inevitable drama of the F-word (that’s FAMILY, for the uninitiated), creepy Resident Advisors, creepier residents and girls who don’t always say what they mean. Who wouldn’t need two months to recuperate?
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I liked this book, it wasn't what I'd at first expected. The characters are so funny and realistic its like your in the story with them! PRetty cool party scenes by the way, this writer really knows how to write these. Fav part was the Francis-Louisa scene where she asks him to help her decide what to wear (not really a spoiler). Those too need to get together! Matt needs to graduate lol. I gave it five stars and not four because the ending is fantastic! It's not a cliffhanger really (which is so annoying in series), but you really want to find out the rest of the story. Can't wait for the next one! Oh and I'm gonna be checking out the first book, cause I need to figure out Judith's story (girl's got sass).
This book is definitely "darker" than the first... The secret societies, Jonathan's grandfather, the love triangles...the end!!! The glitz and glamour is still there, but they have so much real life issues to deal with here, than in Elizabeth and the Duchess. The details are so perfect for this book, because you can really believe these characters, from Francis to Louisa, to Judith, Jonathan, Elizabeth... I can't wait to see what Sophomore year is like! *spoiler** I hope Cassie is okay!!