Nora Kincaid has one goal for her second year of college: be invisible. Last year’s all-party-no-study strategy resulted in three failed classes and two criminal charges, and if she messes up again she’ll lose her scholarship. But there’s one problem with her plan for invisibility, and his name is Crosbie Lucas: infamous party king, general hellraiser…and her new roommate’s best friend.

Crosbie’s reckless reputation and well-known sexcapades aren’t part of Nora’s studious new strategy, but as she’s quickly learning, her new plan is also really boring. When Crosbie’s unexpected gestures of friendship pull her head out of her books long enough to see past his cocky veneer, she’s surprised to find a flawed and funny guy beneath it all. The muscles don’t hurt, either.

But as Nora starts to fall for Crosbie, the weight of one of last year’s bad decisions grows even heavier. Because three failing grades and two misdemeanors are nothing compared to the one big secret she’s hiding…


This is the first book by Julianna Keyes that I had the immense pleasure to read. It’s definitely one of the outstanding New Adults I’ve read this year.
Going to college is a period to explore, learn to take responsibility for our choices and begin to know who we really are. Undecided shows exactly how this can be a vulnerable but important moment full of doubts, regrets and, of course, second chances. Nora shines as a heroine since it’s so easy to relate to her.
I specially loved the dialogue and funny scenes. What I also liked that it wasn’t full of hardcore drama and darkness, like most contemporary romances now, nor did it depende on a love triangle to work. The author has a talent to write believable and realistic sex scenes without making them sound anything less than hot – and that’s saying something because I read a lot of erotic romances! The chemistry between Nora and Crosbie is very concrete. Plus, who could resist Corisbie’s charm?
Now excuse me ‘cause I have to go look for Julianna’s previous books!


 I voluntarily reviewed an eARC.

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