Resurrection: The Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High, Book 1 Livres audio Audible – Version intégrale
An Amazon top 50 best seller.
A new dark romance from the USA Today best-selling author of the Rydeville Elite series.
Everything changed the night my dad died.
The night I met Saint, Galen, Caz, and Theo.
Those manipulative a-holes set out to ruin me after our hot night together, but they didn’t realize you can’t destroy something that’s already broken. And it only works if the victim cares.
Which I don’t.
Because I’ve been in hell for years, and nothing penetrates the steel walls I’ve erected.
Until The Sainthood decides I belong to them and cracks appear in my veneer. Their cruel games, harsh words, and rough touch awakens something inside me, and now, I’m in trouble.
They draw me deeper into their dangerous world, until I’m in the middle of all the violence and gang warfare, tangled up in all the secrets and lies, and there’s no turning back.
Because they own me.
And nothing has ever felt so right.
I’m exactly where I should be.
But with enemies on all sides, survival becomes a deadly game with no guarantees.
And, sometimes, saints become sinners.
Due to mature content, this audiobook is recommended to readers aged 18 and over. This is a full-length dark romance #whychoose novel with enemies-to-lovers/bullying themes. Cannot be listened as a stand-alone and ends with a cliffhanger. Book one of three.
Détails sur le produit
|Durée||10 heures et 5 minutes|
|Date de publication sur Audible.fr||05 décembre 2020|
|Type de programme||Livre audio|
|Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon|| 73,732 en Livres et œuvres originales Audible (Voir les 100 premiers en Livres et œuvres originales Audible) |
574 en Romance érotique
11,222 en Romans érotiques
915,893 en Anglais
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Harlow has and is going through so much and after the loss of her father she is determined to find out who is responsible and get pay back for him. She is a totally bad ass who really knows how to take care of herself. She is independent and her father taught her everything that he knows to prepare and protect her.
The guys Saint, Caz, Galen and Theo are hot and totally bad ass themselves with all there own secrets. They are all hot and the chemistry that they all have together with Harlow is of the charts. Only after everything that went down Harlow doesn't know who to trust and who is on her side because at this point even her own mother who is engaged to the president of Sainthood isn't.
This book really does have it all with secrets, lies, drama, angst, steam and it will have you on the edge of your seat with a huge cliff hanger at the end and this dark romance book was a awesome read and I literally NEED, NEED book #2 NOW!!!!
Four months later she transfers to a new school - due to a leaked sex tape of the encounter - and finds that the four guys have transferred there too. And they’ve decided to make her life a living hell.
To make matters worse, she returns home one day to find her mother is engaged to a man named Neo. The president of the entire Sainthood gang. A mere four months after her father died. Could life get much worse?
Firstly, you need to 𝙨𝙚𝙧𝙞𝙤𝙪𝙨𝙡𝙮 suspend your disbelief for this book. Once I did that and just accepted everything as totally plausible, I really enjoyed it! On the one hand I can understand why the author needed them to be high school kids for the storyline, but on the other hand it just makes everything that much more unbelievable.
There were a few points where I was actually quite confused though. It almost felt as if I’d missed a big chunk of the plot, and these moments were meant to be penny-dropping, plot bombs. I think my reaction should have been “no way!” or “oohhhhh ok that makes so much sense now” but instead I was very much “eh? What have I missed? I don’t get it”. So that was a shame.
Mostly ignoring the glaring unlikelihood of the bigger plot and just focusing on Harlow and her relationship with the guys, I found it a really enjoyable read. I don’t understand her relationships with them at all. It’s incredibly toxic. But that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy reading about it!
Told solely from Harlow’s POV it does keep you guessing as to whether or not they’re tricking her or double crossing her constantly. Is it all a set up or is it real?
It ends on a cliffhanger so I’m absolutely going to have to read book two now to find out how she gets herself out of the mess that seems to be her life.
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 enjoyed this book and I am starting straight away with book number 2 Rebellion.
This book is a dark enemies to lovers romance with many many triggers - kidnapping, death, drugs and violence to name a few. It has very mature content and I feel the warning given at the start of the book for 18+ only readers is definitely justified.
I liked this book for a number of reasons. The overall story line is good and there are plot teasers from the very get go that intrigue the reader and hook them into continuing their read. There is good character development throughout the book and the shift from enemies to lovers is gradual and flows nicely with the overall read of the book. For me, this book has an edge over other similar tropes that I have read; because the female lead is not meek, weak or mentally or physically incapable of looking after herself - she is badass and I like it.
I have rated the book 4 stars. It would have gained 5 stars but in my personal opinion, I feel like the dark and mature content did not suit the 'high school/teenager' setting of the book. I know this is listed as a young adult book and I was fully aware of the high school trope in this book but for me the dark content was a bit too dark to be paired with this kind of trope, it just felt like they didn't belong together.
This is the first book I have read by Siobhan Davis and throughout the book I got strong Penelope Douglas vibes as it was similar to her book Corruption - which is a good thing as Penelope is a fab writer. I will definitely read the rest of this trilogy and more books by this author.