Sometimes the F-word can have more than one meaning
For Cassandra Davis, the F-word is fraternityspecifically Delta Tau Chi, a house on probation and on the verge of being banned from campus. Accused of offensive, sexist behavior, they have one year to clean up their act. For the DTC brothers, the F-word is feministthe type of person who writes articles in the school paper about why they should lose their home.
With one shot at a scholarship to continue attending the university of her dreams, Cassie pitches a research project: to pledge Delta Tau Chi and provide proof of their misogynistic behavior. They're frat boys. She knows exactly what to expect once she gets there. Exposing them should be a piece of cake.
But the boys of Delta Tau Chi have their own agenda, and fellow pledge Jordan Louis is certainly more than the tank-top-wearing "bro" Cassie expected to find. With her heart and her future tangled in the web of her own making, Cassie is forced to realize that the F-word might not be as simple as she thought after all.
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 1.60(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 18 Years|
About the Author
Kiley Roache is a college student who spends her time reading, writing and justifying the purchase of cold brew coffee. She has worked for the Chicago Tribune’s teen publication, the San Francisco Chronicle, and Huffington Post Teen. Originally from Chicago, she currently lives in Stanford, California in a house with 60 of her closest friends.
Frat Girl is her first novel, and she’s currently hard at work on her second for Harlequin TEEN. Visit her online at www.kileyroache.com.