I haven’t written a review in a looooong time! I don’t know what has inspired me to write one now! Well, that’s a lie. The Brayshaws inspired me. I waited until book 3 was released to read this. All of my book besties give me the blues for reading high school romance. I get it, the pettiness and immaturity of it all can grate on one’s nerves, but I can’t get enough. It’s my guilty pleasure.
I hated everyone in this book at some point. Not the boys, but everyone else irritated my soul. I wanted to throw my phone and never look back. Raven who I had the biggest girl crush on in book #1 totally pissed me off in this book. Damn, I wanted to smack and or shake her. Sheesh. I hate when characters do the opposite of what I want.
This book has so many lies and almost too much drama, I was exhausted when I finished. I honestly don’t know how I feel about this book. I just want a HEA and I don’t want to go through a ton of angst to get it.
I don’t know how this review will read. This book made me feel every emotion, with the dark ones at the top of the list. I love when books make me feel. I am a freaking mess right now! Don’t judge me… I’m all over the place and in my feelings. But I have to be honest, this book deserves
“You don’t belong.”
No words whispered in anger have ever rung more true.
They’re the Kings of Brayshaw with the world at their feet, destined for greatness and in need of control.
I’m the girl from the gutter with nothing to offer and as defiant as they come.
They say it doesn’t matter, that I’m one of them now, and nothing could ever change that. Not even me, should I dare try.
But they’re wrong.
They underestimate how far I’ll go to protect them.
Trouble is coming…and they have no idea.
Trouble At Brayshaw High is the highly anticipated follow up to Boys of Brayshaw High, and should be read only after having read book one. This is book two in a three book series.