Thursday, May 21, 2015

Dirty Rush

I finally got around to reading my copy of Dirty Rush and I am so glad I did.  I enjoyed Dirty Rush because it gave a true insight to Greek life.
Greek life is something I really feel you can't truly understand unless you have experienced it yourself, but Dirty Rush did a good job of providing realistic scenarios of what goes on in sororities.

Taylor Bell comes from a long line of Beta Zeta sorority sisters, who all expect her to pledge upon starting at the university. But Taylor has other plans: she’s determined to give her family the proverbial middle finger and destroy the rich tradition they hold so dear by eschewing sorority life altogether. However, Taylor’s resolve soon melts when she falls in with a group of hilarious, ultra-saucy girls, who introduce her to all things Greek and soften her to the idea of joining. Resigned to the fate the Greek gods have dealt her, Taylor pledges Beta Zeta and embarks on a collegiate career filled with the kind of carousing sure to make any sorority sister proud.

One of my favorite parts of the books was the foreword from Rebecca Martinson, the former Delta Gamma sister responsible for the greatest email to her chapter.  Girl knows how to get things done and I must say there were a few times I wanted to send my own chapter the same email and if you were Greek you probably did too.  
And if you are thinking not me, well then the email was probably wrote for you dear. 

Dirty Rush is a good read for anyone and with school out for Summer pick it up as your next poolside read, you won't regret it!
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