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3.8 of 5 stars 3.80  ·  rating details  ·  75 ratings  ·  16 reviews
High school is already a distant memory for incoming Latimer University freshmen Jenna, Roni, and Lora-Leigh. Jenna can’t wait to meet cute college boys, Roni can’t wait to get away from home, and Lora-Leigh . . . well, Lora-Leigh couldn’t care less. She’s going to LU only because her parents are making her, just like she’s participating in sorority Rush only to appease he ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published May 1st 2008 by Speak
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Jennifer Wardrip
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo.com

Three unique girls find themselves going to the same college and meet during Rush Week. Roni wants to leave the society world behind. Jenna wants to put the "Sick Jenna" image behind her forever. Lora-Leigh can't wait to get into FIT, but she's promised her parents she'll spend one year at LU.

Together, they brave the introductions to the different houses and share their dreams and disappointments. Each has her own reason for rushing, for looking at
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Jess
I have a soft spot for teen lit, especially those books dealing with Greek life. I chose this book to see how it portrayed sorority recruitment and was pleased with the way the authors depicted the characters' experiences. With so much sensationalism about sororities, I'm pleased Harmon and Gibson gave readers a glimpse into how recruitment is structured on larger campuses. I'm interested to see how they deal with the new member period in the next book(s).
Steph (Reviewer X)
Jan 28, 2009 Steph (Reviewer X) rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: People who like feel-good light reads.
Let's go for a trip on my thoughts at different stages of the book:

Beginning: I wasn't impressed. The story seemed generic, and even though I eagerly hoping for something heartwarming and cute so much that my disposition to like this book was that much higher, nothing really grabbed me. The reader is immediately thrown into the heart of three perspectives in third person limited, which can get confusing at first when you're trying to build each girl's identity in your mind. The three girls are
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Morgan Myers
I really enjoyed this book, especially as a college freshman. It followes the stories of three different girls who meet and become friends, and who decide to rush a sorority. I enjoyed hearing from the three girls' perspectives. Sure, the book had some minor flaws. I didn't think it was realistic that three girls would form a tight bond in the first few days of college, and already have a set "group." Sometimes it also felt like everything was going very well for them, but neither of these thing ...more
Rachael
Three girls, Jenna, Roni, and Lora-Leigh are all headed to Latimer University to start their freshmen year – but all with different ideas of what freshmen year should be. Lora-Leigh has lived in Lattimer, Florida all her life and despises that her parents are making her stay another year before she can finally go off to a fashion school. Roni wants to get away from the rich snobbiness of her parents and their friends and to finally do something for herself. Jenna wants to meet lots of cute guys ...more
Michelle
This book starts off with introducing the life of each individual girls who have just graduated from high school and gets ready for college. The three very different girls, Veronica(Roni), Lora-Leigh, and Jenna are all going to attend Latimer University with totally different views on heading there. Roni is a rich girl who wants to stop doing what her rich and annoying-because-their-care parents want her to do and actually decide something for herself this one time. So instead of becoming her mo ...more
Laurel
Jun 08, 2009 Laurel added it
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Three girls, Jenna, Roni, and Lora-Leigh are all headed to Latimer University to start their freshmen year but all with different ideas of what freshmen year should be. Lora-Leigh has lived in Lattimer, Florida all her life and despises that her parents are making her stay another year before she can finally go off to a fashion school. Her dream is to be a famous fashion designer, and she has a talent for making clothes. Roni wants to get away from the rich snobbiness of her parents and their fr ...more
Kelsie
This was a cute story about three girls going through sorority Rush. It took me back to Spring 2007 when I was going through Rush myself! I love that it was set on a Southern college campus. Greek life was important to Latimer University and their recruitment process seemed really special and intricate. For some reason these books aren't easy to find, but I'd definitely like to continue on with the series in the near future.
Dahlia
I've been dying to read some Greek-centric books so it was fun to find this one. It's a cute book, though long on detail and short on subplot. There are some hints at budding romances that aren't nearly developed enough, and nothing that made me yearn to pick up a second book, but it's just one of those harmless, fun things that are far too lacking on bookshelves these days, in my opinion.
patrice
it was cute and actually pretty accurate regarding sorority recruitment. the author lays it on thick in terms of character attributes, but cheese is to be expected. it's nice to see a book about sorority recruitment that doesn't have anyone being hazed or murdered (aka. this is actually realistic). jeezycreezy. light, predictable, and low drama is exactly what i wanted this book to be.
Mimi
Ok it may be a little cheesy but i absolutely lived this book. It was amazing. A great fast read.
Claudia
Pretty badly written. Uninteresting, stereotypical characters. Boring.
Mayrz
I live this book and the series! They are just so fun to read :]
Dan Ying
This is a very boring book. It is about a group of
Erin
I loved it!!!!
Kylee
very good book
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