For eighteen-year-old Monroe Reid, life is full of change. Her long-time best friend, Lennon Walker, confessed his true feelings for her and she hasn’t spoken to him since. That was eight weeks ago. On top of that, she is about to leave her family, who is growing increasingly distant from her, and begin her journey of independence in her freshman year of college.
With Lennon headed in the opposite direction of the country, Monroe knows she needs to confront their situation ASAP. Lennon has a shaky history and has struggled with obstacles in his past, while Monroe has always been his constant rock. Now, she is struggling with the blurred lines of their friendship.
Once at college, Monroe quickly finds herself in a world filled with new friends, opportunities, and a potential love interest.
Bad boy Brayden Stryker knows there’s something special about Monroe the moment he lays his eyes on her. It doesn’t take long for her to fall for him, especially when he confides his darkest secrets to her.
Can Monroe trust Brayden, or will he break her heart, leaving Lennon to pick up the pieces? Freshman Year is a tale of friendship full of love and laughter, and heartache and despair.
**Recommended for readers 17+ due to sexual situations and language.**
Look for book #2, Sophomore Year, in The Dorm Room Diaries series available in early 2014!
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I loved the characters in this book! If you like stories with a good love triangle, definitely give this a shot. The characters, and their situations, are relatable. The author does a good job of covering the ups and downs in the transitional stage of life between teenager and adult. Can't wait for the next book in the series!