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Deeper [electronic resource] : a novel / Robin York.

Authors: York, Robin, 1977-
Call number: eAudiobook
Publication: New York : Bantam Books Trade Paperbacks, [2014]
Publication date: [2014]
Subject: Women college students -- Fiction.
Cyberbullying -- Fiction.
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Title: Deeper [electronic resource] : a novel / Robin York.
Physical description: 1 sound file : digital
Performer note: Read by Mike Chamberlain.
Notes: Electronic audio file.
Electronic reproduction. New York Books on Tape 2014 Available via World Wide Web.
Summary note: "When college sophomore Caroline Piasecki decides to break up with her boyfriend, she knows it will be painful. But she never imaged he would post intimate photos of her on a "revenge porn" website, along with her real name and phone number. Somehow, Caroline has managed to go from a smart, ambitious, buttoned-up student to the subject of campus gossip overnight. The last thing she expected was that West Leavitt would step up to defend her honor when everyone else seems hell-bent on destroying it. While she can't help but be flattered, she knows she can't afford to get involved with a guy like West: he's a loner, self-sufficient, confident, and has a reputation for dealing drugs. But after an intense encounter that intimidates, confuses, and turns Caroline on, she can't seem to shake thoughts of West from her mind, or deny her growing affection for him. Now if she can only figure out how to break through West's walls and get to the root of the secrets he seems to be keeping from her, she thinks she might be able to help save him in the same way he's saved her"-- Provided by publisher.
Genre: Electronic audiobooks.
Romance fiction.
Added author: OverDrive, Inc., distributor.
ISBN: 9780804192729 (electronic audio bk.)
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Bib No.: 1503127

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