Misadventures of a College Girl by Lauren Rowe
“You’re the answer to a prayer I didn’t even know I had.”
I’m fairly new to Lauren Rowe and what I’ve read so far I’ve definitely liked. I haven’t dug into her series yet, but I have heard AMAZING things about them, so you better believe I”ll be checking them out. Her Misadventures novels are all standalone. They run the gamut from enemies to lovers, hot rockstars, virgins, new adult and more. And they manage to both have substance AND be fairly quicker reads.
In this book, Zooey Cartwright is a freshman at UCLA. She lost her mother at age two. Loves acting and has a phenomenal singing voice. And oh yeah, she’s still a virgin. With the help of her roommate, they hatch a plan to rectify that situation.
Enter Tyler Caldwell, the hotter than hell bad boy of the football team. He’s certainly not boyfriend material. Has no interest in a relationship. I mean he even advertises that on his snarky T-shirts. But he seems like the absolute perfect choice if you’re looking to be deflowered.
Somehow though what develops between Zooey and Tyler becomes less about a hot one night stand and morphs more into an overwhelming love. But both of them have dreams. And Tyler is adamant that neither of them compromise on the futures they always envisioned for themselves.
So there will be times you will sob for what seems like the end of their happiness. (Or maybe that’s just me?) And times when you will laugh at the sheer hilarity of Ms. Rowe’s wit. But as in all of her Misadventures books, she won’t leave you hanging and a HEA is guaranteed.
Jodi is a former elementary school teacher/curriculum writer turned SAHM. She lives in NH and has three girls ages 8, 6 and 3. Every day is a chaotic surprise in her house and reading is her stress reliever/escape hatch. She has enjoyed reading since she was very little, and loves a wide variety of genres, including everything from classics like Anna Karenina and Pride and Prejudice to sexy, smutty romance. She also enjoys coffee, chocolate, and wine, in that order throughout the day, and is very content any time she can go to the bathroom alone.