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Automatyczne logowanie. Harvey-Berrick has asserted her right under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act to be identified as the author of this work. This book is a work of fiction. All rights reserved; no part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without the prior permission of the publisher. Jane A. Harvey-Berrick has asserted her moral right to be identified as the author of this work. Beneath his window cars were driving, bikes pedaling, people jogging, dogs walking — the world passing by. Each activity with its own unique set of actions, an orchestra of noises: None of the sounds penetrated. It was too early in the semester for many cliques to have been formed, but a few girls were sitting in groups for comfort, giggling nervously. The boys were too cool for that, and sat in glorious isolation. Lisanne cast an eye over the assorted examples of humanity. Most looked average, like her, dressed in jeans and t-shirts, but there was one guy who was wearing a button down shirt and a tie. Good grief!

All eyes, male and female, swiveled in his direction as he sauntered into the lecture hall looking like he owned it.

He slumped into a seat in the second row, oozing arrogance, pulling off his Ray Bans as he did so. He was tall and slim with short, spiky black hair. He shrugged out of his leather jacket, and even from that distance Lisanne could see that he had a broad back and strong, muscular arms with swirls of red, gold and black tattoos drifting down them.

Without speaking to a soul or making eye contact with anyone, he tossed his jacket onto one seat and his backpack onto the other side. Surely there was a law that all the cool kids sat in the back row? But no, not him. Lisanne felt her eyebrows pull together in a frown. Professor Walden marched into the room and immediately the light chatter quieted, and everyone started pulling out paper and laptops, ready to take notes.

Everyone except the guy with the eyebrow ring. Lisanne felt unreasonably irritated with him. Her parents had paid good money for her to attend college, and losers like that guy were just there for the ride.

But every now and then, her eyes were drawn back to him. It was weird. Maybe he was stoned? At the end of the lecture, Mr. Big Time asked several questions, and even pulled out his copy of the Wall Street Journal to illustrate his point.

Lisanne gave herself an internal fist pump: And he was wearing his sunglasses again.

What a jerk. But she had to admit that Kirsty was right about one thing: His hair was so black it was almost blue, and his clear skin carried a golden tan. Where was the real Lisanne Maclaine, and who the hell was having these thoughts? With a huff, aimed at the unfairness of the world where beautiful people could get away with being jerks, Lisanne went straight to the practice rooms for her one-on-one with her violin professor.

True, she had pierced ears, but that was different. It was only going to look weird when she was forty. The morning went quickly after that, and Lisanne forgot all about Eyebrow Ring guy. So she was in a good mood when she bumped into Kirsty again in the cafeteria. Lisanne raised an eyebrow. From the looks on their faces, they obviously approved.

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Kirsty had wheat colored hair that curled in ringlets almost to her waist, with perfect curves, a pixie doll face and huge blue eyes.

Lisanne was plain by comparison although, to be fair, most girls were when compared to Kirsty. Her own face was too square, her jaw too heavy, gray eyes ordinary, straight brown hair featureless, and even though her figure was decent, it was nothing special.

Nothing special at all. Kirsty introduced her to the other girls at the table: Trudy, Shawna and Holly. They were all fashion majors like Kirsty. My violin professor is awesome. Tall Dark and Deliciously Dangerous! Lisanne saw Eyebrow Ring guy making his way through the cafeteria. He was still wearing his sunglasses. He was still alone. Shawna smiled in a superior way. How on earth could that guy get away with being so blatant as to sell drugs on campus? It fit in with her low opinion of him, which had taken a further nosedive.

Got a thing for bad boys? Kirsty laughed, and started to talk about plans for the weekend. Irritated with herself, Lisanne put all thoughts of Eyebrow Ring guy out of her head.

She missed her family. She missed being able to talk to her mom, who was also her best friend. Lisanne even missed her little brother Harry who, at 13, was not so little, and a real pain in the butt. Still, she missed them all. And college was so different. For a start, she was sharing a room for the first time in her life, which meant there was little privacy, even though Kirsty turned out to be pretty nice.

There was that word again.

She missed being able to cook for herself, and instead having to eat all of her meals in the cafeteria. And the amount of work her professors were piling on had been overwhelming.

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