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“The Shameless hour is a gift to any girl or woman who’s ever been slut-shamed. It’s magnificent.”
— Tammara Webber, New York Times bestselling author of Easy
For Bella, the sweet-talking, free-loving, hip-checking student manager of the Harkness men’s hockey team, sex is a second language. She’s used to being fluent where others stutter, and the things people say behind her back don’t (often) bother her. So she can’t understand why her smoking hot downstairs neighbor has so much trouble staying friends after their spontaneous night together. She knows better than to worry about it, but there’s something in those espresso eyes that makes her second guess herself.
Rafe is appalled with himself for losing his virginity in a drunken hookup. His strict Catholic upbringing always emphasized loving thy neighbor—but not with a bottle of wine and a box of condoms. The result is an Ivy League bout of awkwardness. But when Bella is leveled by a little bad luck and a downright sinister fraternity prank, it’s Rafe who is there to pick up the pieces.
Bella doesn’t want Rafe's help, and she’s through with men. Too bad the undeniable spark that crackles between the two of them just can't be snuffed.
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The fourth Ivy Years book brings us the story of Bella. When we first met Bella, life was pretty good for her, but after the disappointment she went through over Graham, she is not quite herself, and then something awful happens to her and she hits rock bottom. With the help of her new love interest Rafe and her neighbour Lianne, she manages not only to overcome what happened to her, but to also get her own brand of revenge. It's refreshing to see a sexually liberated female character as being strong and independent and having the male love interest admire her for who she is instead of thinking the worst of her.