Three unique girls find themselves going to the same college and meet during Rush Week. Roni wants to leave the society world behind. Jenna wants to put the "Sick Jenna" image behind her forever. Lora-Leigh can't wait to get into FIT, but she's promised her parents she'll spend one year at LU.
Together, they brave the introductions to the different houses and share their dreams and disappointments. Each has her own reason for rushing, for looking at different houses. As the week continues and they become closer, they must ask themselves a key question. Now that they've met - do they really want to part?
Will they be accepted into the houses of their dreams, or will their college social life be forever ruined?
I loved this book and can't wait to read the next one. It stands out in my mind for two reasons: because it's targeting older teens and also because the main characters are normal girls.
It's written by Marley Gibson (Kate Harmon = pen name) and she's part of the Books, Boys, and Buzz blog, home to several great authors.
Reviewed by: Jennifer Rummel