Chloe is a modern woman, a student at a university who knows her priorities in life. Studying, achieving, succeeding; those are her goals, goals that further womankind and make sure the world is a better place for it.
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Maple Street is where Alison O'Neil has grown up, though not in her parents' eyes. Eighteen as of two weeks ago, Alison is already setting her eyes on college, a venture in life she hopes to be able to journey into away from her somewhat stifling parental units.It isn't that her parents are cruel or even all that restrictive;…
Unfortunately for Chloe, her roommate Tricia has different priorities and one of those priorities is a night at the all new Club Trance, where more than the drinks are served perfectly.
According to bubbly blonde Tricia, Club Trance is upscale and exclusive, no annoying losers hitting on a girl all night, the best music, the best dancing, the best everything. Despite having an important bio-chemistry exam to study for and despite her best arguments against it, Chloe can't fight off being dragged by Tricia out to Club Trance.
Nearly from the moment they have found a table, Chloe is regretting being coerced into this little nightlife expedition, her friend quickly asked to dance leaving her alone and more uncomfortable than ever.
Never having liked to show off her body, Chloe is hating the attention the outfit Tricia selected for her is bringing. More importantly, though, she is hating one particular man's incessant visits to see her throughout the night.
Sure, he claims to be the owner of the club and just welcoming and making sure she is enjoying her time there, but Chloe knows there is more to it. He's clearly interested in her... and even if he says he isn't, she isn't about to be proven wrong by this man.
Hardly even aware of it, Chloe finds herself doing everything she can to ensure the man named Tripp is in fact interested in her. He's a tough one to read though and before the night is over Chloe will discover why.
Her efforts to gain interest might ultimately succeed, but will she prove that opposites like the two of them don't attract? Will she do as she plans, gain proof of his interest only to break it to him that she isn't?
Find out in the story that first introduced the world to a company called Trance-tory, the Klassic made new, Opposites Attract.