Woah I can’t believe it’s already May, Night Owls! That means we’re closer to summer and more time to read more books. It’s Kat here with my review of Frat Girl by Kiley Roache. This was her debut novel, and it was excellently written. Plus she is still in college and already has a published novel. That’s my dream. Let me just say this book is already at the top of my favorite reads of 2018. I really loved this book! 5/5 stars from me.
In this novel we follow feminist Cassie Duncan, as she rushes not into a sorority but a fraternity. Cassie pitched a research project to prove the misogynistic behavior at the fraternity, Delta Tau Chi. DTC already on probation for sexist behavior and has one year to clean their act or they’ll be banned from campus. Cassie already knows what to expect because they’re frat boys and thinks it’ll be so easy, but soon she finds out that it won’t be as easy as she thought. She starts having doubts that all frat guys are sexist misogynistic pigs when she meets Jordan.
I didn’t think I would like this book when I picked it up, but I was so wrong. Kiley wrote an amazing story and everyone should be talking about it. The character development was the best part to read. Cassie really grew into a more open-minded person. She became less judgmental and more accepting. The guys really became her second family. Peter became the protective older brother. Duncan was not your stereotypical football player. Jordan really is that nice guy.
I really loved this book! When I started reading this book, I really needed it. You guys should read this book. It’s a quick read with an interesting concept. I can’t wait to pick up Kiley’s next book, and hopefully she’ll release a sequel!