Confessions of a Sophomore Prankster (Frat house confessions) by Danielle Jacks – Review by Karyn Taylor

Confessions of a Sophomore Prankster (Frat House Confessions, #6)Confessions of a Sophomore Prankster by Danielle Jacks
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Confessions Of A Sophomore Prankster is the 6th book in the Frat House Confessions series by Danielle Jacks. Each book can be read as a standalone. I had not read any of the previous books in the series and didn’t feel that I was missing anything. I have read other books by the author and have enjoyed them.
Brandon Setter is at college to enjoy the party lifestyle and create pranks. Casey Nelson is the polar opposite. She is most likely to be found in the library. When Casey helps him evade being caught with one of his pranks, he’s drawn to her and doesn’t understand why.
When her father, his football coach asks him to watch out for her it gives him the excuse to spend more time with the lovely Casey.
I loved reading Setter and Casey’s story. They couldn’t be any more different if they tried. Well, they do say that opposites attract.
This is a very entertaining story. Setter’s pranks alone could fill a book. Add this to their budding friendship and Setter’s family controlling his life makes for a very enjoyable read.
I was pulled into the story from the very start and remained interested and entertained until the very end. A very enjoyable read.

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