Book Two in the USA Today best-selling Off the Subject series
While fashion design major Caroline Hunter may have been born economically unlucky, in college, she's been lucky in love. Until her senior year at Southern University. She's gone from a serious long term boyfriend to a string of crappy dates.
Then she meets mathematics grad student Reed Pendergraft.
Reed is everything she's not looking for. Serious. Headed for a low paying university job. Boring. Caroline spent the first 18 years of her life wondering where her next meal was coming from. She sure wasn't getting trapped in that life again with a man living on a professor's salary.
An encounter with Reed in a club proves she might have pegged him wrong. He brings out a lusty side she never knew she had. But just when she's about to give in to her hormones, Reed makes a fool out of her.
When she shows up for the first committee meeting for Southern University's Fall fashion show, a fundraiser for underprivileged kids, Caroline's horrified to discover the insufferable Reed is the committee chairman. While she refuses to tolerate his totalitarian rule of the committee, she's not sure she'll survive the month with her heart - and her pride - intact. Just when she thinks she has everything figured out, she finds that her entire life has been redesigned, thanks to Reed Pendergraft.
©2013 Denise Swank (P)2014 Denise Swank
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I so totally loved this book. I really enjoyed the first book so I have been looking forward to this book. Worth the wait and the credit :)
fun, sexy, frustrating
Obviously I love Reed. He's hot and sexy and thoughtful....although a little TOO over protective.
She did a great job with the voices. Unfortunately, there were a few editing blips. At least 3 sentences were repeated when one of the two should have been cut out in editing. Example: any guy who willingly let Tucker...
Money isn't everything
I enjoyed the book but might not read more in the series because Caroline was sooooo money obsessed. It's one thing to be poor but to be so rude about it as an adult is just not a person I can "like" very much.
Just real and down to earth.
I like the good ending of the story.
I recommend it to others. Thanks
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