After her senior year of high school leaves behind nothing but heartache, Olivia Beaumont is sure of this: She’s no stupid girl. She sets out for Winston College, promising herself that she will remain focused on her first and only love – astronomy. But all it takes is cocky sophomore Brax Jenkins and an accidental collision with a football, to throw her entire year off course.
A quick-tempered Southie who escaped the inner city streets of Boston to pitch for Winston, Brax is known to play way more fields than just the baseball diamond. So, when his name is drawn to take part in his fraternity’s hazing dare, Brax eagerly accepts the mission to take Olivia’s virginity. But he doesn’t plan on falling hard for the sweet and sassy Texas girl who sees right through his bad-boy persona.
As Olivia and Brax battle their feelings for each other, echoes of the past year begin to surface. A boy who once turned Olivia’s whole world upside down reappears, and “harmless” pranks wreak havoc. Pretty soon the aspiring astronomer is on the verge of revealing her most difficult, heartbreaking secret. All the while, Brax must wrestle with the irrevocable dare, and Olivia struggles against all logic as she does the one thing only a stupid girl would do: fall in love.
Stupid Girl begins with Olivia just now starting college. She knows that she just wants to keep her head down, and get through her studies with out being noticed. But that all changes the moment she "accidentally" meets Brax the notorious bad boy womanizer in school. He won't leave her alone no matter how hard she tries to push him away, and she seems to have this strange pull that she can't understand to him as well. So these two start to be friends. They have a lot of obstacles to go through in order to be more than friends, and Olivia may not even be able to make it to that point with her past hanging over her.
I really loved this book! It has an awesome plot line, great writing, and amazing characters. I loved Brax and Olivia together, they make the perfect couple. I just think Brax made a few bad choices that turned out to bite him in the butt. I also loved Brax's Southie accent. It was awesome and hilarious how that kept getting pointed out in the book! I really wouldn't mind reading more about these two amazing characters. I highly recommend this story, it really was wonderful.