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- Print Length: 223 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 7, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MSXQZOX
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,061,184 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Call Me, Poppy (The Undergrad Years Book 5) Kindle Edition
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Poppy is obsessed with losing her V-card. She even writes extensively about it in her journals named Delores. A burglary of her dorm room puts her journals into the hands of a charismatic Frenchman, he sets out to make her fantasies come true.
Lex discovers her boyfriend in bed with her mother, blows up the penthouse, is arrested for attempted muder and arson and meets a sexy NYPD motor cop all on day before her 18th birthday.
Taddy and friends are in a plane crash in the Bermuda Triangle while on their way to a photo shoot in Martinique. Taddy and one of the shoot's team are separated from the rest of the group and stranded at sea, clinging to a piece of the plane. They eventually make it land are reunited with their friends.
I've always like the Manhattanites gang. They are irreverent, spoiled, funny, flawed and loyal friends. The adventures are always entertaining. The undergrad years set the stage for the Manhattanite series and give us further insight into the life altering wvents that shape All of them. These are quick, easy, enjoyable books to read.
He deserved to be abducted. After all, he did lose a hundred thousand dollars of Jimmy’s money. Left the bag on money on the subway and got off at the next stop to talk to a girl. Total airhead. Maybe it was just nerves. Colton wasn’t cut out for a career in crime.
Scientology scares the crap outta me. No, thank you. I like my Jesus just where he is, in Heaven. Not on some spaceship with L. Ron Hubbard.
I adore Avery Aster’s clever wit and snarky humor, his naughty and feisty Manhattanites never fail to entertain and lift my spirits. This was quick and amusing little treat. I enjoyed getting to know Poppy and a little about Thor. Each and every member of this odd collection of characters is uniquely quirky and indelibly etched in my memory.
Another unique funny character from Avery Aster. Poppy definitely one of my favorite. I know from the previous book that Poppy is a firecracker, so reading her fun wild college year it's pretty exciting.
This book is about Poppy's adventure for trying to pop her cherry.
It's full of fun and laughter and the banter between the manhattanites gang always put a big smile on my face. I really enjoying reading this one.
If you're looking short fun reading, you must try this series.
*I voluntarily received a review copy of this book
This is a really short story, it took me less than an hour to read, but I really enjoyed it.
It was light-hearted, full of snarky humor and funny/weird situations.
Poppy’s obsessed with losing her V-card and she meets this guy who just happens to know all of her fantasies. Just after her diaries has been stolen… What a coincidence, right?
All in all, it was a great, quick read.
I volunteered to review an advanced readers copy of this book.