An edgy, angsty, addictive YA/NA crossover series from L. A. Cotton, author of the Chastity Falls series.
Sometimes wrong feels so right...
When seventeen-year-old Eloise Stone finds herself halfway across the world, moving into her uncle's pool house, she expects things to be ... awkward. She doesn't expect to come face-to-face with the boy from last summer. The boy that made her feel things she'd never felt before. But a year is a long time, and Lo isn't the girl she was then. Besides, they're family now.
Maverick Prince acts as if he doesn't remember her, treating Lo like nothing more than an annoying younger sister, and not in a 'he cares' way, just in a 'he's an arsehole' way. One thing's for sure, he isn't just dangerous for her sanity--he's hazardous for her heart.
Lo thought moving to Wicked Bay was the worst of her problems, but as life begins to unravel around her, she's going to find out it's only the beginning...
The Wicked Bay Series is recommended for readers aged 17+ due to mature themes, language and content.
Wicked Lies (can be read as a standalone)
Wicked Needs (can be read as a standalone)
Wicked Suprise: A Wicked Bay novella
Wicked Hearts (can be read as a standalone)
Wicked Promises (coming soon)
Wicked was a good book ! I enjoyed it
Love the drama and angst!
One of my favorite things to read is good old fashioned high school drama! And this book has plenty of that. Add in some family secrets and some forbidden aspects and this books checks off most things on my list. I enjoyed the teases throughout the book about the things that happened in the past. Made it so that I wanted to keep reading to find out what the deal is. And although this book is technically a "Cliffhanger" it left off in a good place. It's not so terrible that you are going to die waiting, but there is just enough uncertainty that you wonder where it's all going to end up!
The plot is empty and predictable, the lead is spineless and uninteresting, and I would happily stab about half the characters. Just pure garbage