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Contradictions - Tiffany King 3.5 stars. Took me until well over the halfway point before I warmed up to Tressa. Trent saved the book for me.

I've really enjoyed this series - the first book in the series, [b:No Attachments|17667168|No Attachments (Woodfalls Girls, #1)|Tiffany King|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1383350638s/17667168.jpg|24661958], is one of my favorite NA books ever. This final installment in the Woodfalls Girls series was a fun, quick read.

Tressa is a major party girl. She's known for being wild, wreaking havoc every where she goes, even from a young age. She spends her weekends with her roommates jumping from frat party to frat party, basically refusing to grow up.

Trent is a computer genius, who happens to be really hot, but hides behind his geeky glasses and nerdy demeanor. He's attending the same college as Tressa for his masters program, and has harbored feelings for her ever since high school, where they both attended in Woodfalls.

Tressa's partying lifestyle finally catches up with her when her grades take a nose-dive and she needs Trent's help before she gets kicked out of school.

I'm going to be honest and say I disliked Tressa for the first 50% of the book. She was bitchy and her constant name calling almost made me give up on the book. She eventually grew on me, and it helped that I became completely smitten with Trent and how sweet and adorable he was.

As they spend more and more time together, Tressa starts to see Trent in a new light. But she struggles with the fact that she's not good enough for him and may never be.

Even though Tressa grated on my nerves in the beginning, the relationship and slow building romance between her and Trent made it worth reading. A good mix of steamy and sweet, I enjoyed Trent and Tressa's story and the fact that it had minimal angst!