Liberal Monica transfers to a new school looking to start over and put the past from her former school behind her. Unfortunately, moving into the same apartment building as the ultra conservative Governor's son, Trey, makes her new transition a little irritating and difficult. Having a class with him and forced to partner with him on a debate is just what she didn't want. But, it all happens.
Surprisingly, the more time they spend together and the more they debate and express their polar opposite views, the more they seem to connect and a relationship builds. Of course, it's not always easy.
The story had a nice flow and the characters were nicely developed. I would have thought I would feel more connected to the character that shares the same political views as me, but surprisingly I didn't. The arguments and points made by both characters were very well made and I could understand where they both were coming from. Very much like the characters felt about each other.
It was nice to read a story that doesn't follow the typical college romance plot; boy meets girl, they fall in love and then some misunderstanding happens and they break up, then fall in love again. blah blah blah. You know the typical NA story. This was different. A little lighter on the unnecessary drama and more intellectual debates about real life situations and issues that are not always black and white. Just like real life, not every situation is the same and not everything can be solved the same way. There can always be an exception. ;)
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