Well Hello Bay Falls High. Tinsley is the new girl....dirt poor and from the wrong side of the tracks. Arrives in #BFH with her head held high, trying to fit in. Finding new friends - check, Hot guys all around - check. But don't forget to keep your eyes on The Rulz. Kip, Pres and Barr have their sights set on the new girl, but why? The reason will amaze you as the story unfolds. The Ditch where #BFH hotties sort out their arguments. Who does Tinsley want? Which guy from the Rulz takes her attention? Read on to find out. A brilliant well written 1st book in this trilogy by Jaxson Kidman and a much deserved 5 stars
Welcome to Bay Falls High, the much anticipated new series did not disappoint. Jaxson Kidman is the kind of author who could write any story and I'd willingly go in blind - he's just that good. The story is thought provoking, with genuine teenage emotions, fierce friendships and characters of great depth. The twists and turns, and the unpredictability of the story will keep you guessing with every turn of the page. The ending was unexpected and in true Jaxson Kidman style, will leave you hanging with a thirst for more. Bring on Book 2! Deserves 5+ stars!
Jaxson Kidman has done it once again! I have never picked up a book of his and not fallen in love with the characters and storyline. This book is 1 of 3 in a follow up series from Hidden Creek High and has all the drama, teenage angst and discovery that featured in HCH. I can't wait to read his next book and to find out what happens next between Tinsley, Pres, Barr and Kip!!
This was an enthralling start to a series. It’s well written with lots of twists and turns which keeps you on the edge of your seat. Ti is badass and you have to love her. All the characters are written well with depth and detail.
I came to really like the three Rulz even though they were Aholes. However, I came back to review to warn from the beginning that she does choose. I was really disappointed that she chose in the end. I thought throughout the series that this was #WhyChoose but it’s not so bear that in mind.