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The Higher Education of Noah Riley

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"This fast-paced Ivy League romance satisfies with memorable characters and a dash of spice." --- BookLife by Publishers Weekly Noah Riley, now in his third year at Harvard, is a fine-tuned specimen with exceptional good looks and an outstanding talent both on the theater stage and lacrosse field. His popularity and celebrity on campus are unrivaled, save perhaps by Lainee "This fast-paced Ivy League romance satisfies with memorable characters and a dash of spice." --- BookLife by Publishers Weekly Noah Riley, now in his third year at Harvard, is a fine-tuned specimen with exceptional good looks and an outstanding talent both on the theater stage and lacrosse field. His popularity and celebrity on campus are unrivaled, save perhaps by Lainee Reed, a brilliant biochemist in the making who isolates herself behind her studies, stoicism and the long, haggard scar along one side of her face. Lainee is always alone, head down, studying or striding forward with singular purpose across campus, while Noah is often laughing and meandering casually, surrounded by friends, teammates and admirers alike, basking in the glow of the spotlight as much as possible. To look at the two of them it would seem they are polar opposites, but when the tutor forced upon Noah in biochemistry is none other than Lainee, they are suddenly thrown together with varying degrees of unforeseen reactions. Now face to face, both are left uncomfortably wondering if appearances aren't always what they seem.


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"This fast-paced Ivy League romance satisfies with memorable characters and a dash of spice." --- BookLife by Publishers Weekly Noah Riley, now in his third year at Harvard, is a fine-tuned specimen with exceptional good looks and an outstanding talent both on the theater stage and lacrosse field. His popularity and celebrity on campus are unrivaled, save perhaps by Lainee "This fast-paced Ivy League romance satisfies with memorable characters and a dash of spice." --- BookLife by Publishers Weekly Noah Riley, now in his third year at Harvard, is a fine-tuned specimen with exceptional good looks and an outstanding talent both on the theater stage and lacrosse field. His popularity and celebrity on campus are unrivaled, save perhaps by Lainee Reed, a brilliant biochemist in the making who isolates herself behind her studies, stoicism and the long, haggard scar along one side of her face. Lainee is always alone, head down, studying or striding forward with singular purpose across campus, while Noah is often laughing and meandering casually, surrounded by friends, teammates and admirers alike, basking in the glow of the spotlight as much as possible. To look at the two of them it would seem they are polar opposites, but when the tutor forced upon Noah in biochemistry is none other than Lainee, they are suddenly thrown together with varying degrees of unforeseen reactions. Now face to face, both are left uncomfortably wondering if appearances aren't always what they seem.

43 review for The Higher Education of Noah Riley

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jacq

    Did not finish, so maybe this one would have picked up had I made it farther, but in the first 10-15% (I can't remember exactly where I stopped) I think only 3 lines of dialogue had been spoken. It was a lot of internal thought process/monologuing about the same things over and over, so nothing happens. I was in a bit of book hangover mode, so maybe if I hadn't been I would have been able to push past it. Did not finish, so maybe this one would have picked up had I made it farther, but in the first 10-15% (I can't remember exactly where I stopped) I think only 3 lines of dialogue had been spoken. It was a lot of internal thought process/monologuing about the same things over and over, so nothing happens. I was in a bit of book hangover mode, so maybe if I hadn't been I would have been able to push past it.

  2. 5 out of 5

    April Sunshine

    This was a different read. Usually college stories can sometimes be cheesey or childish but this showed character growth which is what college is about. Both characters were scarred in different ways but they leaned on each other. Very well written.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Barb Wild

    Easy to post: opposites at college attract! Even though they are so different the two main characters can learn a lot about differences. Like the story.

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    Nicole Kendall

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