“Trust only those who earn it.”
A sentiment I follow without direction but holds more consequence than ever before.
One decision, five lives, three futures.
This is what’s at stake.
One night, one choice, four broken Brayshaws.
That is where we’re headed.
Unless I stop it.
I 𝘩𝘢𝘷𝘦 to stop it.
I have to remind him of what he’s chosen to forget.
My town. My choice. 𝘔𝘺 ending.
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Just like in Raven and Maddoc’s previous two books, Reign of Brayshaw is a journey of highs and lows, of expected and unexpected situations, of revelations and concealments, and as everything plays out amidst the pages of book three, the tension is palpable, the pressure is overwhelming, and an ending where Raven and her Brayshaw boys remain intact and stronger than ever is not guaranteed, but they’ll sure as hell fight for it because the bond shared by these four characters is not something they’re willing to give up, regardless of what they must endure.
Raven is, without a doubt, one of the most transformative and multifaceted heroines I have read in quite some time, and the fact that she is only 18 years old and has lived most of her life on her own, coping with the ways life and those around her have let her down is a bit mind boggling. Raven’s growth doesn’t happen all at once; in fact, sometimes, it doesn’t even move in the right direction, but that makes sense given how independent and stubborn Raven is and remains, meaning that she’ll have to learn to trust in the three guys who refuse to let her go regardless of the shitstorm that seems to always surround them.The saying that explains ‘she may be little but she’s fierce’ aptly applies to this Bray Queen and being able to witness her growing pains but more importantly her victories is essential to truly understanding just how much she has changed from the beginning to the series to the end of book three.
Raven and Maddoc’s changing and growing relationship is the crux of their story; these two challenge each other, demand one another to be open and honest, fight to be respected, to be loved, to be number one in their hearts and their souls. And no matter how volatile, overwhelming, or demanding their connection is, it’s one that will transcend every single problem and/or obstacle because they’re more than just enemies turned lovers…they’re family…they’re soulmates and that idea was illustrated brilliantly from the start.
Expect the unexpected…I learned that early on in this series, and it holds true in Raven and Maddoc’s final book. And even when Reign of Brayshaw ends, there are still issues that need to be hashed out and resolved and what that means for this band of brothers and their queen is not as straightforward as some would think because the world in which they leave still has adversaries out to get them, but as long as they stand together, they can overcome and achieve anything.
Like Boys of Brayshaw and Trouble at Brayshaw High, Cap and Royce are secondary characters who are instrumental in ensuring that everyone knows where Raven belongs, even Raven herself. These two are absolutely heroes in their own right – ones who still have a lot to work through, and I can’t wait to read their stories!
4.5 Poison Apples
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“Girls like you aren’t exactly welcomed at a place like this, so keep your head down and look the other way.”
Those were the exact words of my social worker when she dropped me in my newest hellhole, a place for “troubled teens”.
I didn’t listen, and now I’m on their radar.
They expect me to play along in their games of hierarchy, to fall in line in the social order they’ve deemed me fit.
Too bad for them, I don’t follow rules.
Too bad for me, they’re determined to make sure I do.
Inconceivably attractive and treated like kings…these are the boys of Brayshaw High.
And I’m the girl who got in their way.
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Meagan is a cookie dough crazed, jukebox junkie who tends to speak in lyrics. Born and raised in California, she is a married mother of three crazy boys who keep her bouncing from one sports field to another, depending on the season, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. Starbucks is her best friend and words are her sanity.
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