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The Sorority (Sorority Trilogy #1-3)

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She's the perfect pledge. A sweet, innocent, golden-haired cheerleader, Eve has so much to gain by joining Gamma Eta Pi - almost anything she desires. But only a select few can enter the sorority's inner circle - or submit to its code of blood, sacrifice, and sexual magic. Is Eve willing to pay the price?


Ever since childhood, Merilynn has had a sixth sense abo
Paperback, 464 pages
Published August 27th 2013 by Kensington (first published January 1st 2013)
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Oh my gosh, you guys. This book.

I can't even begin to tell you why I bought this. It was vaguely horror and looked amusing. For some reason, it caught my eye. Once I got to the ridiculous chapter about a professor's tongue prowess, I was hooked. I will worn you all that it is not a great paragon of feminist literature. It's thoroughly guilty and a little trashy. There's absurd sexual situations, stereotypes, bitchy sorority girls, silly plot points, and FARTS. Seriously, the last sixty pages of
The Sorority was a good trilogy (Eve, Merilynn, Samantha), a very engaging story. If you read only part 1, you would feel 'left hanging.' My copy was the complete trilogy, and I enjoyed the story development, arc, humor, tension, and passion of the characters. The ending was satisfying, too!
The beautiful cheerleader who has it all but is so close to cracking. Years ago she saw these horrible green eyes that have haunted her to this day. Now 8 years later she's making a new start at greenbrier university, where she pledges as a gamma eta phi sister. Only one problem, the sorority is full of secrets, secrets to do with what she saw that night and the house president Malory isnt what she seems and has a whole other idea for Eve.

I got as far as 45% but even this far into the book I
This was a decent trilogy. It was about witches and Arthurian legends. It's not particularly scary, but it is humorous. It reminded me of the movie Alpha Girls.
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Sorority Trilogy (4 books)
  • The Sorority: Eve (Sorority Trilogy, #1)
  • The Sorority: Merilynn (Sorority Trilogy, #2)
  • The Sorority: Samantha (Sorority Trilogy, #3)
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