Beware of Love in Technicolor


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Greer Bennett sees college as her chance to break free from the shy, slightly chubby and socially awkward high school girl she once was. Her chance to start off on that one-of-a-kind life she knows is out there waiting for her. Can fate be held guilty for introducing her to John Cunningham the first night at school? Maybe, contrary to what Einstein once ventured, gravity should be held responsible for two people falling in love.

Now in her first real relationship, Greer is getting used to the sex thing, but unfortunately, the Big O remains elusive. John’s ex-girlfriend, however, does not. It seems she is always lurking somewhere in the background of his life. Greer assumes she is behind every forgotten phone call, every petty fight, every blown-off night Greer and John were supposed to spend together. And once in a while, her suspicions are confirmed.

Set against the backdrop of the nineties, and steeped in pop culture, Beware of Love in Technicolor is in no way your typical Romance. Sex, drugs, drinking, partying: Greer’s new world is full of temptations and new experiences. Will Greer ever figure out, exactly, what an orgasm is supposed to feel like? Will John’s ex-girlfriend ever just disappear? And in the aftermath of the breakup, will Greer be open to the one person left holding the pieces of her heart?

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