"Stupid Girl" By Cindy Miles
Reading 'Stupid Girl' was like being on a roller coaster.
It was a breathtaking, exhilarating and spectacular ride. One I would gladly wait in line for hours to ride just one more time. If I had any self control I would have dragged out reading it, but alas I finished it at 3 in the morning after starting it earlier that night.
Olivia Beaumont is just starting college. A whole three hours and forty four minutes away from her family ranch she thinks that she has finally outrun the horror of her senior year. While missing her Mother, Grandfather and three brothers she is relieved to be leaving behind the rumors and harassment that a small town only fuels.
Within minutes of her arriving on campus she meets Brax Jenkins. Brax oozes charm and sex appeal and immediately Olivia wants nothing to do with him. Star baseball player he is known for his moves both on and off of the field.
As much as Olivia tries she can't seem to keep clear of him. Whether it's his Boston accents, pure bluntness or the way he calls her by her middle name 'Gracie' she doesn't know but she is drawn to him in the same way he is drawn to her.
Gracie is different then all the other girls Brax has met, she doesn't fall head over heels for him, in fact she doesn't wear heels at all. Showing up on campus in a pair of well worn jeans, cowgirl boots and hat she is far from the sorority girls he is used to. Gracie has her sights set on the stars and nothing else. All she has ever wanted to do was study astronomy and she isn't going to let a playboy, womanizing, tattooed party animal change any of that.
Both Gracie and Brax have deep rooted secrets and walls sturdily built to keep people out and whether or not they can allow someone in is entirely up to them.
Will Gracie be able to reveal the true reason she wears a promise ring on her wedding finger? Will Brax confess the truth about the way they met and his intentions?
I dare you to try and pick this book up and not read it in one sitting.
Personally I was unable to do so.
Until next time,
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My review is my honest opinion.