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|review| The sainthood series by Siobhan Davis

Ressurection by Siobhan Davis (the saint hood – boys of Lowell high book 1 )

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 book is recommended to readers aged eighteen and over. This is a full-length 95k-word dark romance #whychoose novel with enemies-to-lovers/bullying themes. Please read the note at the start of the book. Cannot be read as a standalone and ends with a cliffhanger. Book 1 of 3.

Rebellion by Siobhan Davis (the sainthood- boys of Lowell high book 2 )

Everything changed the night he betrayed me, and now, the game has entered a new level.

Galen did me a favor, reminding me the only person I can count on is myself, and I’m more determined than ever to avenge my father’s death and avoid the destiny Sinner has mapped out for me. 

Saint is used to calling the shots, but there are new rules, my rules, and if he wants me in his life, and in his bed, he’ll toe the line. They all will, because I can’t pull this off alone, and they owe me. 

Sinner thinks he’s in control, but forcing me into initiation plays right into my hands. War has come to Lowell as rival gangs battle The Sainthood for ultimate power, and I enjoy rebelling from the inside, placing more obstacles in Sinner’s path while I exact my revenge.

But I’m not some innocent thirteen-year-old anymore—I have blood on my hands and lethal enemies on my tail. 

I’m playing a dangerous game, especially where my heart is concerned, but there’s no turning back. I haven’t come this far to walk away empty-handed, and the more secrets we uncover, the more we realize how far-reaching the betrayal and corruption extend, and there’s no choice anymore.

The Sainthood must be taken down, and we’re the only ones who can do it.

This is book two of three and it’s not a standalone read. Due to dark themes and content, this #whychoose romance is only recommended to readers aged eighteen and older.

I want to start my review by staying look at them covers!!! Wow!! 😍

I have been struggling to write my review for these, not because I didn’t like them, I loved them but every time I wrote a sentence I kept laughing and my face would turn a little red, these book are steamy with 4 hot guys and one feisty strong women.

I read these books so quick, once I started reading I couldn’t stop, i really enjoyed harlow’s character, she is a strong character aswell as feisty.

I’m still struggling to write my review for this, I have so many thoughts on these two books that I’m really trying not to give anything away.

“I’m no fucking princess. I’m the goddamn queen.”

Honestly the guys are hot and Harlow is badass and extremely fierce, the story kept me hooked throughout it was steamy, had lots of drama and just makes you want to read more.

I’m not going to go much more into my review , I don’t want to give the storyline or anything away that could spoil it for anyone but I will say I’m counting down the days for the third book in this series.

My rating 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Careful there, Parker.” I push her back out of my private space. “Let your GPA slip any lower and even McDonald’s won’t hire you to scrub their toilets.”

Fuck. When did I get so needy that the words of an asshole have me practically blushing?

“Although I call it taking control of my sexuality. It’s the twenty-first century, Galen. Women have the same right to enjoy consensual sex as men. Your comment just confirms your ignorance and lack of intelligence.”

“I’d rather die staying true to myself than live a life that’s a lie.”

“I was kidnapped when I was thirteen and held hostage for five days. I was only released after my father paid a three-million-dollar ransom.”

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