Every year, the girls of Phi Delta Chi, Fiona Arlett’s dream sorority, hold a competition.
James Reid, king size bar of eye candy and famous actor turned haughty undergrad.
No girl but the winner can touch him.
Fiona miiight have unknowingly banged his brains out last week.
Losing the competition may mean wearing a chicken suit to the sexiest Halloween costume contest, but she’d rather have feathers up her butt than let the truth out.
Unfortunately, she and James have lots in common and more chemistry than the science wing. Soon they’re sneaking around behind the backs of UCSD’s hottest and most vengeful girls.
If they find out?
“Leave,” James repeats. The word sweeps over the boys surrounding me like an icy cold breeze from the asscrack of Antarctica. He’s really got the serial killer vibe going on. Even I have to resist the urge to jump up and run for the hills. I don’t blame my harem for scattering, leaving me sitting exposed and undefended on the counter, at the mercy of James Reid.
I point at him. “You scared away my harem.”
“Those guys were looking at you like you’re a piece of meat.” His tone is thick with disgust.
“Technically I am a piece of meat. Plus bones and stuff. Also, don’t you think that’s a bit hypocritical?”
I expect him to scoff at this, to shrug it off or deny it. Instead he cuts his eyes away from me. “I’m sorry,” he says finally. “I shouldn’t have jump—”
“Jump-started my car for me,” I interrupted loudly, fully aware that Sigrid is straining to listen in on our conversation, even if she is across the room. “You’re right. You should have just let me take it to the shop. Some things should be done by professionals.”
A ghost of a smile traces its way upward from the corners of his lips. It’s the first time I’ve seen him smile, and damn, is it dangerous. I swallow and look away. “Although—even though I know that I shouldn’t have let you near my car, and you’re definitely not coming near it again, you don’t need to apologize. At the time, I really wanted you to jump-start my car.”
My phone buzzes. I glance down. A text from Iris. Think of a better euphemism. You’re not being subtle.
“Did you just say I’m not a professional?” he asks, leaning one-handed on the counter so that his thumb is bare inches away from my thigh. He’s close enough to count the goose pimples that appear on my skin.
“Definitely an amateur,” I smirk.
His hand inches closer. “Why don’t you call me next time your car needs some work done and I’ll show you more of what I’m capable of.”
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
OK the storyline was a little childish - but totally worth it
Fiona really made the story worth reading
Fiona lived a really sheltered life - and that's putting it mildly - but once she was out on her own in college, she was ready to live life to the fullest - Her personality was hilarious - she jumped in head first with everything
Getting into the Alpha Pi Sorority was a big thing - but she didn't realize how big it was until she was in.
The James Games - James is a famous child actor who grew up. Many girls lusted after him with crazy obsessions. But James wasn't the type of guy to care about all that. He kept to himself and didn't want anything to do with anyone. But he had agreed to the James Games.
The Sorority sisters had many challenges in order to gain points to win a date with James. The only rule of the game was, No one is allowed to touch James...
Well that was rule was out of the book before the whole game started when she met up with the masked stranger for a quick wall bashing hot fling - it wasn't until after the Games were announced that her roommate showed her the picture and she put the two guys together... oops.
Being the Sorority class clown in a sense, Fiona didn't get off on the right foot with the seniors - and the one senior that had it in for her right from the start.
But Fiona made the best of the bad situations that were thrown at her. And with James popping up at each of the parties, they had a hard time keeping their hands to themselves.
Really a fun Laughing out Loud story that has you smiling the whole way though :)