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Privacy of 210 [Prequel to Dorm Room 210]

Privacy of 210 [Prequel to Dorm Room 210]

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Nicole Kaps By Broken_Dream07 Updated May 13

'She stood in the midst of the dorm, wearing those loose blue jeans that emphasised her tone legs, and a white and green blouse that held her small frame; the top two unbuttoned with sleeves wrapped round her elbow. Her toffee brown shoulder length hair was placed in a low messy bun against her neck whilst pieces of her side fringe slipped and fell against her grey eyes. The same eyes that laid witness to her younger sisters' broken heart. The ones that held betrayal; a gaze directly cut into my chest. For forgiveness was more than just a simple confession.'

Justin McGregor made a horrible mistake at the end of his graduation night. Four months later and Karma is seeking out revenge by putting him in a dorm with his nightmare. Aubrey Blackthorn is no innocent flame, and she is ready to scorch her wrath upon the cold demon who annihilated her sister's heart. Will his betrayal ever be forgiven? Was it all a misunderstanding? Conflicts will arise, and both young adults will face the challenges that set their world afire... In privacy, of course.

17lush 17lush Jul 10
so i'm imagining him as jake gyllenhaal and her as anne hathaway. anyone seen Love and Other Drugs?? the chemistry between them was a yes
No guy the blond is lilian with a son or something...and she is vistiting noah...I think
meekayylaa meekayylaa Jun 17
Wait is this set in Australia or is there just a RMIT somewhere else that's causing me to trip out
Fvxk-off Fvxk-off Apr 21
Honestly thought this book would be a part 2 of dorm room 210😑lets just say im dissapointed
violet1400 violet1400 Apr 29
I was eagerly waiting for this. Um the book needs some editing though I don't mind reading it like this
notliziana notliziana Jul 02
as in julian blackthorn and like the blackthorns? from the mortal instruments? or am i speaking nonsense