Congratulations! You have been admitted to the most prestigious university in the world. Now what are you going to do?
Callie Andrews may not have money or connections or the right clothes, and she may have way too many complications in her love life, what with—
the guy she loves to hate
the guy she'd love to forget
the guy she'd love to love
the guy she really should love
—all vying for her attention.
But she has three fantastic roommates (best friends or her worst nightmare?) and a wholesome California-girl reputation (oops) and brains and beauty and big, big dreams.
Will it be enough to help her survive freshman year at Harvard?
Honestly, I can't express how happy I am that my library is open again, so I can check books out like this! This read was quick and a lot of fun, and it enters rather uncharted territory in YA: college! Okay, I have mentioned before how I really, really think there needs to be more college-aged books out there. If only because teens want to read about it and possibly have an idea of what to expect before they enter the hallowed halls of higher education (or, well, not so hallowed). Anyhow, this book was certainly "over the top" in terms of a few things (I deal with college freshman every day and don't see this kind of craziness, but then again, we're not on the East coast, and most of the students here are not super rich). Anyhow, this was a fun read and I was heartily annoyed by being dropped right in the middle of the giant mess Callie had made for herself. Only thing that kinda distracted me was the head-popping in the book, as in drifting in and out of different characters heads too much. Rather ineffective, really. Anyhow, I'll certainly be grabbing the second book, Secrets, when I can!