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Gods & Undergrads By Monica Gallagher

Lelaina is a pale college sophomore who is trying to blend in and make new friends. Unfortunately, what she?s getting instead is blood ties with Greek gods and a hearty helping of incidents and drama. Can she find a balance among all the crazy?
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Brenna Zedan's Review of Gods & Undergrads
Lelaina's a sophomore at Troy University, just not your average one.
A good chunk of the college experience is meeting new people and figuring out who you are around folks who consider you a blank slate.

For Lelaina, attending her second year at Troy University, the whole experience is pretty standard, and thank goodness. Growing up,she always stood out a little, with her fainting spells and the funny marks on her pale skin. But now Lelaina has a nice apartment with new friends, is meeting some good-lookin' boys, learning she's a child of the Greek gods and . . . wait, what?

Well, maybe with the help of Hermes, messenger of the gods, she can start to figure things out while keeping her friendships solid. The gods know college can be tough enough as it is. ... read it now!




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