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Decisions, decisions . . . Youve survived your first semester and captured the interest of not one but two of the hottest guys on campus.
Now who are you going to choose?
Callie Andrews returns for her second semester at Harvard determined to do better than the previous fall, where those Bs on her report card seemed pretty good compared to the state of her extracurriculars (F, as in if at first you dont succeed, you should probably stop trying), friendships (C-minus, since she and former BFF Vanessa are still on thin ice), and love life (D, as in dont even go there). But various campus rivalries soon threaten to thwart Callies resolve. Will Callie ever be a match for
the take-no-prisoners managing editor
the gorgeous transfer student
the guy who might just be too perfect
the guy who may never be perfect enough.
Callie will face some of the toughest choices imaginable: in friendships, in loyalties, and in love. The pressure to pick a sideand a suitorhas never been higher. But will she and her friends choose well?
About the Author
Lauren Kunze and Rina Onur were roommates and best friends for all four years at Harvard. They graduated in 2008. They started collaborating on this book when they were juniors. They refuse to say how much of it is true.
Praise for The Ivy: Rivals…
“Gossip Girls and A-Listers will enjoy the bonding, backstabbing, and sneak peek into some of Harvard’s secret social clubs.”
“A lighthearted and quirky read.”
-School Library Journal
Praise for The Ivy: Secrets:“Chick lit for highly educated chicks.”