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The Sinner: A High School Bully Romance (Haven Grace Prep) Kindle Edition
- ASIN : B085J3P7PJ
- Language : English
- File size : 2084 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 302 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 9,173 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Grayson, the apparent bully of the story, is constantly reminding us he's vindictive and evil but never does anything of the sort. If you want to write a villain, maybe actually show them doing something villainous? That's just a suggestion. Not to mention, am I supposed to be scared of a boy that vehemently hates someone for unknowingly doing something bad when she was nine years old? She was nine. Not even double digits in age. And that's a valid excuse to ruin someone's entire life? Then, he also contributes to Kinsley's slut-shaming, but then uses her for sex to take his mind of Savannah. I mean, PLEASE MAKE ALL OF THIS MAKE SENSE. You're going to call her a whore constantly and then ask her for sex? WHERE IS THE LOGIC?
I can't believe we're in the year of 2020 and adult authors still think it's acceptable to justify slut-shaming and constantly put other girls down in their novels to make their pure, bland heroine have more personality. Meanwhile, the heroine in question's only personality trait is being a virgin. Imagine how tired we are.
Although this is classed as a high school bully book, I think it is more enemies to lovers as the bully aspect is lacking. ⠀
Savannah is such a strong and sassy FMC. She is the poor girl with the terrible home life but she is also the popular girl that everyone wants to be friends with. ⠀
Grayson is her childhood best friend, who mysteriously moved away but is back for his senior year and is set out to destroy Savannah as he blames her for destroying his family. ⠀
He is the typical QB, possessive and jealous alpha male and boy does he play the part well. ⠀
The storyline was easy to follow and entertaining with just enough drama and angst. Although it doesn’t end in a cliffhanger and the next book will be focusing on a different couple (I totally called that it would be Knox and Delaney btw) it does leave you with one unanswered question. ⠀
Cannot wait to read The Saint!!! Knox is a mystery and one bad boy I cannot wait to learn more about
Savannah is the popular girl, the captain of the cheer squad and a talented dancer who all the boys lust after. The picture perfect life she has built around herself is far from her reality at home.
Grayson is the star quarterback who's back in town for his senior year. He came back on a mission to destroy his ex-best friend, but the sexual tension between the two threatens to derail his master plan.
I've never really been much of a fan of bully romances in the past but Kelsey Clayton may have just swayed me to the dark side! I loved everything about this book and couldn't wait to sit down and get reading after work each day. Definitely looking forward to the next in this series.
Spoken In: Dual Perspectives Grayson/Savannah
Rating: 5 Stars ⭐️
The Sinner is the first standalone novel in Kelsey Claytons new series Haven Grace Prep . Another new author to me and I LOVED it!
Kelsey killed it with this bully romance. It gave me all the feels and I loved both Gray and Savannah! Two childhood friends who were separated because of something that happened only for Grayson to come back a decade later for revenge.
So much angst and tension I just couldn't get enough of these two! I loved all the secondary characters as well and I can't wait to get all of their stories!
ARC was kindly provided for an honest review.
I did enjoy Grayson and thought he was the right match for Savannah.
I realise there are more books in the series, so I'm excited to read about Knox and Delaney.
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Kelsey clayton has written an amazing book! I loved the way the characters blended well together. The hate and emotion is so relatable that you feel what they feel.
Savannah and Greyson are my new favourite characters and I think they will be for a while.
Pick this up immediately!
What for a wild ride!
Grayson came back with pure hate for Savannah after they haven't seen each other for over eight years. Something awful happened to his father and now he wanted revenge - revenge on Savannah. In his eyes she is the one to blame for.
Savannah on the other side didn't knew why he left eight years ago and why he is so hateful. She has a lot other personal problems as her childhood love returned home.
At first I thought: what for a bitch she is! But why she behaved the way she is, will be revealed and I'm going to love her. You really need to see behind her bitchy attitude. There is a reason behind it. She is strong. So damn strong!
Gray ... I love-hate him. Although he is such a jerk and somehow cruel, I couldn't stop to fall in love with him. He is so hot and cold to her, he is also changing throughout the book. He's changing in some ways but also repeatedly tore Savi's and my hearts out of the chest. Stomped on it. Spit on it. Shredded it ... and put everything perfectly together in the end.
The side characters are well written in my eyes, too. She truly has very good friends she can count of.
I still suffering from a book-hangover and really recommend this book to you! I'm looking forward for the second book in the series: The Saint.
☆☆I received an ARC for an honest review. ☆☆
Enemies to lovers - check
Dance/football - check
A little mystery and of course a plot that wouldn’t exist if the characters had a conversation to clear up a giant misunderstanding. I loved the characters and the idea behind the plot but some of the execution wasn’t plausible which irks me in a contemporary romance. Still enjoyed immensely. Savi and gray are *chefs kiss*