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The frat boy, Nikki Sloane

The frat boy, Nikki Sloane
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The frat boy
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Nikki Sloane
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A Nashville neighborhood book, book four
Colin Novak is the big man on campus. Huge--if the rumors are to be believed. Nearly every girl at Davidson University has had a ride on him . . . everyone, except me. Which is fine. This frat boy may be irritatingly hot, all carved muscle with a deceptively wholesome smile, but that's irrelevant. He's a Sig. When I catch his fraternity cheating at the Greek Week tournament, he denies it--causing our rivalry between houses to escalate. Colin and I may have started the mud fight, but it grows into an all-out war, and ends with us expelled from our houses. Now I'm homeless and it's all his fault. So, while answering an ad for a leading role at an adult film company wasn't part of my career path, the work comes with a lot of perks. Steady salary. Accommodations close to campus. A safe place to explore my fantasies. Except when I show up for my audition, my partner is none other than my new archenemy--Colin. And our sexual chemistry is explosive. We hate how attracted we are to each other, and I despise that I want every scene to be with him. Because the longer we live together, the more I see he's not who I thought he was. This frat boy was so easy to hate...but what if he's even easier to love? --Back cover
Frat boy, a Nashville neighborhood book
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