From USA Today Bestselling author Jennifer Sucevic comes a sexy, new bully romance.
Welcome to the world of Hawthorne Prep. A seemingly idyllic school where ivy clings to the thick stone walls and a wrought iron gate keeps out the townies who can’t afford to foot the hefty price tag.
A couple of months ago, the idea of being ripped away from my life in Chicago and plunked down in the middle of nowheresville, Wisconsin was unimaginable. Laughable, even. And yet, here I am, forced to wear a short plaid skirt and navy blazer to school every day. The only silver lining is the brand spanking new G-wagon parked in the weathered brick drive. All I have to do is make it through senior year and then I’m off to college.
Shouldn’t be a problem, right?
In a school like this, flying under the radar is impossible.
There’s a king who presides over the kingdom and he’s set on forcing me to my knees so I can kiss the crown. Unbeknownst to me, being a Hawthorne in this town comes with a price and he’s going to make damn sure I pay what’s owed.
*King of Hawthorne Prep is a mature bully romance intended for audiences over the age of 18*
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Amazing! Best book by far!
I’ve pretty much read all of Jennifer’s book and this one by far is my favourite! The characters and the plot and beyond any other book in this genre! Completely and utterly recommend! Bring on her next one!!
I’m never one to leave negative reviews, I usually just stop the book or vow to never read it again. But this book was such utter rubbish (and I’ve read many crappy books before) that I felt it necessary to write one and warn people not to waste their money. I’ve read many books by this author and loved them. But this one. It’s nothing like her previous work and whatever this garbage is, I hope she never writes or creates a story this awful again. Storyline is utterly preposterous and so far from sexy. If I could give it no stars, I would have.
Not the best...
JS has done a lot better. The beginning was slow and didn’t capture me right away like her other books do, but I carried on reading because JS is great storyteller! But this one just didn’t so it, sorry.