Tag Archives: college

BriefINK Review: ‘Just One Day’ by Gayle Forman

Briefly: Allyson Healey is your typical good girl. She always does what she’s supposed to do: behave correctly, make great grades and take the college and career path that her parents have envisioned for her ever since that day she saved someone... Read More | Share it now!

BriefINK Review: ‘Losin’ It’ by Cora Carmack

Briefly: Oh no! (Fill-in-the-blank) is in college and has NEVER HAD SEX! We’d better get all of our girlfriends together and FIX THIS HORRIBLE PROBLEM! Does (name here) have the COJONES to follow through? (Wah-wah-wahhhhhhhh.) Didja Like It?:... Read More | Share it now!

Release Day Book Review: ‘True’ by Erin McCarthy #NARC13

Rating: 2.5 The Low Down: College girl is still a virgin; sexually active roommates decide she needs to lose her virginity. Girl doesn’t know of plan; girl falls for boy, gets under his skin, blah blah blah. Here’s the Thang: I read this book not... Read More | Share it now!

Book Review: ‘Foxblood’ by Raquel Lyon #NARC13

Rating: 2 The Low Down: Sophie is an extreme homebody, with no interest in going out or having a boyfriend. She’s about to leave for college and be reunited with her best friend, Beth, who is the opposite of Sophie in almost every way. Sophie is an... Read More | Share it now!

Book Review: ‘Easy’ by Tammara Webber #NARC13

Rating: 4 The Low Down: Having dated the same guy since she was a junior in high school, and even deciding on a different college to be able to stay with him, Jacqueline Wallace is floored when Kennedy tells her that he’s been wanting to be with... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘My Disjointed Life’ by Martin Reed

Jeep Trembley is a freshman who took off a couple of years after high school before starting college. He’s extremely self-deprecating, his conscience is constantly deriding him, he was a big loser in high school and he apparently has huge (no pun... Read More | Share it now!

Review: ‘Angel Evolution’ by David Estes

Taylor Kingston is off to college, away from her slightly over-protective Dad and the memories of her Mom, who died when Taylor was thirteen. It would be great if she would leave the recurring dream of the menacing snake behind as well, but that... Read More | Share it now!