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The Formal (Sorority 101) ✪ The Formal (Sorority 101) pdf ✩ Author Kate Harmon – Thomashillier.co.uk As newly initiated Zeta Zeta Tau sorority sisters, Jenna, Roni, and LoraLeigh are ready to tackle spring semester at LU�especially with Greek Week and the ZZT Formal to look forward to Roni has take As newly initiated Zeta Zeta Tau sorority sisters, Jenna, Roni, and LoraLeigh are ready to tackle spring semester at LU�especially with Greek Week and the ZZT Formal to look forward to Roni has taken on the role of Formal planner�s assistant, and she wants to help make it the most romantic and beautiful ZZT event yet But the Formalplanning is a challenge, and boyfriend Lance doesn�t seem nearly as supportive as he shouldLoraLeigh and Jenna are supportive, but Jenna has her own boyfriend worries Could the Formal be the perfect opportunity to take her relationship with Tiger to the next level? While the ZZTs plan for Formal, Lora Leigh is keeping a secret A secret that could take her far away from LU�and her ZZT sisters�forever Whatever the outcome, the semester at ZZT promises to be a time none of them will ever forget!.

  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • The Formal (Sorority 101)
  • Kate Harmon
  • English
  • 03 June 2019
  • 9780142410554

About the Author: Kate Harmon

Kate Harmon is a pseudonym of Marley Gibson.



10 thoughts on “The Formal (Sorority 101)

  1. Jennifer Wardrip Jennifer Wardrip says:

    Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToo.com

    Jenna, Roni, and Lora-Leigh made it through winter break and are more than ready to take on the new semester.

    Jenna's convinced she can fulfill her responsibilities with better planning and more communication. She's happy to be in a relationship with Tiger and to formally be a ZZT sister.

    Roni's about to embark on the biggest challenge of her life. She's undertaken the formal assistant post for the social calendar of ZZT. Right now, she's supposed to be helping plan the Spring Formal, but so far her sister is making her do all the work and taking all the credit. Will her frustrations and commitments ruin her new relationship?

    Lora-Leigh's tackling the star football player now that the season's ended. But he has bigger dreams and might not be around on campus too much longer. Lora-Leight has dreams of her own, but is she ready to leave ZZT and her two besties for FIT?

    The sisters rock this semester with some drama, lots of romance, and a little heartache.

    I really like this series. I love that it's about college and gives a different look at sororities than most other books. It's more about sisters and friendship than backstabbing. I adore books with a strong friendship pull, not to mention the addicting storylines.

    It was hard for me to put the book down and I'm sorry to say it's the end of a trilogy.

  2. Laurel Laurel says:

    Jenna, Roni, and Lora-Leigh made it through winter break and are ready to take on the new semester. Jenna's convinced she can handle her responsibilities with better planning and more communication. She's happy to be in relationship with Tiger (her crush) and to be formally a ZZT sister. Roni's about to embark on the biggest challenge of her life. She's undertaken the formal assistant post for the social calendar of ZZT. Right now, she's supposed to be helping plan the Spring Formal, but so far her sister is making her do all the work and she's taking all of the credit. Frustratated, Roni wants to quit but remains committed. Lora-Leigh's is eyeing the star football player now that the season's ended. But he has bigger dreams than staying in school and might not be around on campus much longer. Lora-Leight has dreams of her own, and has finally been accepted to the fashion school of her dreams in New York. Now she has to choose between her new friends and sorority, or leaving to chase her passion and dream in New York

  3. Jess Jess says:

    I loved this book almost as much as the first one.

  4. Kathy Davie Kathy Davie says:

    Both Marley Gibson's Formal and Kate Harmon's New Sisters are YA. Too Young Adult even for me...

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