It beats around the bush.
Only the last 30% is worth it. The rest is bordering on boring.
I know, the book is not even 50 pages long.
I asked my American teacher once what a fraternity is really about apart from those 'challenges' and 'crazy parties' we see in the movies and why would people want to belong to one.
He said he wasn't sure himself.
Well, this author is honest and blunt enough to say they serve the purpose of forming 'business connections in the future'.
Anyway, the sex scene at the end is hot, and I ended up liking the MCs then. But I couldn't push myself to care for everything written before that moment.
You can read it for free here.