The Frat Brat

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Kyle Fenton's nickname around his fraternity house may as well be "Shameless Flirt." Out and proud to his frat, he's more than happy to live up to that reputation, especially when new frat brother Daisuke "Dice" Keto moves in. However, Dice's reaction to Kyle's antics is cryptic at best. Will a lost bet--and a sexy rendezvous with a "Secret Admirer"--clarify the situation? More
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About Nico Jaye

Nico Jaye is a fan of all things HEA and has dragged her romance collection along for her moves from San Francisco to Los Angeles to Chicago to New York and back. She thinks reading is awesome and loves that she can hang out night after night with crinoline-wearing debutantes, brawny firemen in suspenders, and werewolf shifters with Scottish brogues. Her favorite stories are those that marry smut and fluff (a.k.a. smuff) into a gooey ball of HEA and fuzzies.

An overall feline enthusiast, Nico secretly (or not so secretly?) adores Hello Kitty, cat GIFs, spontaneous traveling, pretending to be crafty, emoticons, hot menfolk, and parenthetical statements (not necessarily in that order). After starting as the pitcher for Team Awesome (literally) and visiting places like South Africa, Oman, and Fiji, Nico discovered that letting the boys in her head tell her where they want to go could actually be the most exciting journey of all.

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Reviews of The Frat Brat by Nico Jaye

Ruby Jewlz reviewed on June 22, 2015

Not your typical frat boy story. Cute and cuddly
(review of free book)
hrhsophia reviewed on June 15, 2015

Well written, funny and sexy.
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