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Pranked by Love by Sunniva Dee
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it was amazing

This is the 2nd book in the series. You should read book #1, Love By Pranks prior. Just so you have a understanding of the characters. But, you can read this as a stand-alone as the characters are explained pretty well.

In this book in the boy frat house #247, we have Picasso - Orion Théo Alexander. He is a fine arts painting major. His work sounds beautiful.

On the #246, Blossom side we have Saki. She sounds beautiful.

Both houses are still pranking each other. Picasso and Saki have always been looking at each other from across the room, but have never done anything to move on this relationship. Except one day. Saki wasn’t sure about Picasso, she’s always thought he was more of a player than a one woman man. Of course Picasso and Saki are trying to keep this new relationship on the down low.

There seems to be a mole in either the frat house or at the Blossom house. Someone is leaking the pranks to the university newspaper no one knows who the mole maybe. Both houses interview their own people. The frat boys and who is more of the leader of the Blossoms do believe the leak is from the Blossoms, but who could it be?

Picasso admits to Saki he loves her. He wants to be with her. Saki wants to be with him also. But with their houses at war neither are sure how they can be together. They continue to sneak around. But, they have been on a few dates alone in public with each other.

Will Picasso stay true to Saki? Will the mole out them to their houses before they know what they want with this relationship? What will the leaders of the houses do when they find out they have another boy / girl couple?

I did receive a free ARC copy of this book. I am freely leaving a honest review.
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Reading Progress

February 13, 2019 – Started Reading
February 13, 2019 – Shelved
February 13, 2019 – Shelved as: to-read
February 20, 2019 – Finished Reading

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