The Chase by Elle Kennedy (Briar U, #1) EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author Name: Elle Kennedy
- Book Genre: Academic, Adult, College, Contemporary, Contemporary Romance, Fiction, Hockey, New Adult, Romance, Sports, Sports Romance
- ISBN # 9780994054456
- Edition Language: English
- Date of Publication: 2018-8-4
- File Format: PDF / EPUB
- PDF / EPUB File Size: 2 MB
“Is this a joke?” I gape at the five girls who are holding me in judgment.
They have various hair, skin, and eye colors, and yet I can’t tell them
apart because their expressions are identical. There’s a whole lot of smug
peeking through the phony remorse they’re trying to convey, as if they’re
truly devastated by the news.
Ha. They’re enjoying this.
“I’m sorry, Summer, but it’s not a joke.” Kaya offers a pitying smile.
“As the Standards Committee, we take Kappa Beta Nu’s reputation very
seriously. We received word from Nationals this morning—”
“Oh really? You received word? Did they send a telegram?”
“No, it was an email,” she says, completely missing the sarcasm.
flips her glossy hair over one shoulder. “They reminded the committee that
every member of this sorority must uphold the behavior standards set by
them, otherwise our chapter will lose its good standing with Nationals.”
“We have to remain in good standing,” Bianca pipes up, pleading at me
with her eyes. Of the five bi-otches in front of me, she seems like the most
“Especially after what happened to Daphne Kettleman,” adds a girl
whose name I can’t remember.
Curiosity gets the better of me. “What happened to Daphne Kettleman?”
“Alcohol poisoning.” The fourth girl—I think her name’s Hailey—
lowers her voice to a whisper and quickly glances around, as if there might
be a bug or two hidden in the antique furnishings that fill the living room of
the Kappa mansion.
“She had to get her stomach pumped,” the no-name girl reveals
gleefully. Which makes me question whether she’s actually thrilled that
Daphne Kettleman almost died.
Kaya speaks up in a curt voice. “Enough about Daphne. You shouldn’t
have even brought her up, Coral—”
Coral! Right. That’s her name. And it sounds as stupid now as it did
when she introduced herself fifteen minutes ago.
“We don’t speak Daphne’s name in this house,” Kaya explains to me.
Jee-zus. One measly stomach pumping and poor Daphne gets
Voldemorted? The Kappa Beta Nu chapter of Briar University is evidently a
lot stricter than the Brown chapter.
Case in point—they’re kicking me out before I’d even moved in.
“This isn’t personal,” Kaya continues, giving me another fake
consolatory smile. “Our reputation is very important to us, and although
you’re a legacy—”
“A presidential legacy,” I point out. So ha! In your face, Kaya! My
mom was president of a Kappa chapter during her junior and senior years,
and so was my grandmother. Heyward women and Kappa Beta Nu go
together like abs and any male Hemsworth.
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