In the Arms of the Elite: A High School Bully Romance (Rich Boys of Burberry Prep, Book 4) Livres audio Audible – Version intégrale
Choose between the rich boys.
I’d rather face the harpies than make that choice.
How can my four years at Burberry Prep really be coming to an end?
No, Tristan, Zayd, Creed, Zack, and Windsor are everything to me right now. My strength, my passion, my heart, my empathy, my joy.
Love is a cruel master, but I have no one to blame for this but myself.
We fell in love with the charity case.
Idols of the school. The kings of the campus. And we’re nothing without her.
Marnye Elizabeth Reed - this girl has twisted our world upside down, but the Infinity Club is about to knock us all on our asses.
Big money, political ties, family bonds, obligations - shit is going down at the academy. The rest of our lives, the rest of her life - it all comes down to this one final moment.
In the Arms of the Elite is a reverse harem/dark high school bully romance novel. This is book four of four in the series. Contains foul language and sexual scenes. All sex featured is consensual.
Détails sur le produit
|Durée||10 heures et 12 minutes|
|Narrateur||Marnye Young, Conner Goff|
|Date de publication sur Audible.fr||20 août 2020|
|Éditeur||Sarian Royal Publishing|
|Type de programme||Livre audio|
|Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon|| 116,917 en Livres et œuvres originales Audible (Voir les 100 premiers en Livres et œuvres originales Audible) |
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In this book the Infinity Club really does feel like a terrifying organisation. It's been steadily hyped up for so long, but this book really delivered a menacing villain through the club. The plot with Marnye's sister was handled wonderfully. Initially she was such an intimidating figure but as we got to know her she showed how young and unsure she really is, and I loved seeing Marnye as an older sister. That said, Creed and Miranda are the best fictional siblings in forever. I love the way they act around each other and toward Marnye, they're just fantastic characters.
As a side note I would totally be up for a novella of all the steamy scenes that were only mentioned in lines here and there. I need Zayd being slow, Creed being sneaky, Windsor's room after the barn scene, and ESPECIALLY the night before graduation.
I had other problems too. The boys were idols from year one? There was seriously no other idols there already in higher years so these first years ran the school? No way. Also, so much of the goings on were just day to day stuff and pretty much pointless mentioning. There was a big lack of depth of any emotions. Every chapter felt as dull as following a shopping list.
To say this story was about bullying and revenge, both were barely executed. You could read five chapters before there was a quick paragraph of some bully/revenge act - and most of it was just stuff like Harper turning up with her followers, threaten Marnye is gonna get it, throw in a bit of name calling, leave. Rinse and repeat until last couple of pages where we’d finally get a grand finale bit of action and the cliffhanger to lead us to the next book.
So, what did I like? Hmm, I’m not really sure.
5 stars - less than a day to read because I cannot put it down. I only give 5 stars if it has managed to engage extra emotions from me - extreme lol moments or real teary moments etc. A 5 stars book tends to have me raging about cliff hangers and (legally and not creepily) stalking the author for release dates.
4 stars - 2 days to read or less. A book that I have quite enjoyed reading, feisty MC and some racy scenes with thier romantic interest. I would definitely follow a series and author for 4 star books.
3 stars - takes around 2/3 days to read, usually because I have become distracted and less engaged in some sections but by the end the end I have enjoyed the overall story and would read any sequels.
1/2 stars not given, as I have usually returned it without finishing as I'm not engaged. .
I loved how the whole gang were with each other, despite knowing they had to share Marlye, they were not competitive nor undermining of each other. They all loved her and were happy to take what time they could get with her. Yes there was some jealousy but it didn't manifest into anything other than raw passion (which us good for the reader!)
C.M. Stunich has long been a guaranteed 'one-click author' for me. I cannot think of any of her books that I have not enjoyed. This series is no exception. Was it my favourite. Probably not, but that was mainly due to the character of Windsor York. For me, he was the only weak one in the group. The overuse of describing each indivuduals scent (daffodils and shoe polish?) the mentioning of their cars, as well as the continual reference to her hair colour, did start to annoy me. Thankfully, that was not quite as evident in this book. Regardless, these were issues I could overlook as the storyline was absorbing enough to maintain my focus.
Just as I hoped the boys and up falling for her and she ends up falling for them too, continuing to get back at the other bullies that torment her at Burberry Prep. I was so excited for the last book when it came out and to an honest I couldn't have asked for a more perfect ending. The author has tied the story up well, having the characters embrace a remarkable journey to reach for their feelings and full of love. Rich Boys of Burberry Prep series is a definite all time favourite of mine and it always will be. It's filled with so much love, laughter, revenge, sadness and emotions that would take you on a rollercoaster. I'm gong to miss the characters very much and I'm crossing my fingers that C.M Stunich does decide to continue the characters lives. We'll miss you Charlie ❤❤💗