Siding With Plato is a romantic laugh-out-loud chick lit novel about Being Young, Fun, and a Seriously Hot Mess!
Brooke Aarons can’t get to college fast enough. Leaving behind her small town life, she intends to transform herself into a brilliant psychologist at the University of Texas.
Fascinated by the study of human behavior, Brooke decides to feed her curiosity when she agrees to a double date with the school’s star football player.
James Cartwright's celebrity status on campus and long line of willing girls should make him a non-starter for Brooke, who is far too smart to let all his flashy attributes make her believe he's worth her time. But as his charms begin to beat her logic, she soon learns the psychology behind a bad crush is a whole lot messier of a subject.
Maybe Plato was right when he said, “Love is a serious mental disease.” If so, her psych. classes better offer a solution to falling for this guy fast or she’ll be the one needing her head examined.
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About the Author
Michelle Manning was born and raised in the suburbs of Los Angeles. After high school, she moved to Phoenix to enroll in the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. She received her B.A. in Journalism in 2010 and worked as an entertainment news reporter in Los Angeles before relocating to New York City in 2013.