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Publisher's Summary

Cruel. Heartless. Quarantined. The ruthless boys of Everlake Prep never saw lockdown coming. But the virus isn’t their number one enemy. I am.

And as if being confined to a boarding school for the elite wasn’t bad enough, now I’m stuck in isolation with the boys who hate me most too.

Saint, Kyan, and Blake. The Night Keepers. Or so they call themselves. They’ve embodied the Native American legend which lives in this valley, taking on the role of the monsters who lurk in the forest. And though they act like beasts, they may also be the most tempting creatures I’ve ever seen.

With the virus escalating and my dad’s name splashed through the news, my entire world is falling apart. What he did has cast a dark shadow over me. And the Night Keepers want to make me pay for his crimes.

Then things went from bad to worse when I touched the sacred rock. A rock which supposedly holds a curse to bind me as the Night Keepers’ slave. And as crazy as it sounds, I decided to play along. Because there are things about me they don’t know. Things my dad has hidden from me for years. All I can be sure of is that I have to find a way to escape this school. But until then, those savage boys are making my life a living hell.

As the virus sweeps through the country and the world twists into something ugly and unknown, the kings of this school become true monarchs. Even the teachers bow to them now. And I’m kinda glad about that ‘stay six feet away from one another’ rule, because without it, I know they’d rip me apart.

At least there’s a silver lining. I’m cosying up to Coach Monroe. My hot as hell, brooding P.E. teacher who has a vendetta of his own against the Night Keepers. And with his help, I may succeed at doing more than escaping the clutches of these heartless fiends. I might even destroy them along the way.

My father taught me how to be strong. How to prepare for the end of the world. So this isn’t going to be the end of my world, mark my words. But if I’m able to use my mind and body to bring these assholes to their knees, it might just be the end of theirs.

This is a high school bully reverse harem series which means the main character will end up with multiple love interests. It may have triggers for some as it has off the charts angst, dark love-hate themes, scenes of intense bullying, sexual scenes, and some violence (not aimed towards the main character) and is not for the faint of heart. Prepare to enrol at Everlake Prep. Bring your hand sanitiser, face masks and toilet paper to barter with, but don’t expect to hold onto them for long."

©2020 Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti (P)2020 Caroline Peckham and Susanne Valenti

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  • Jazmine
  • 2021-06-05

Worst RH I’ve ever read

I can’t explain how horrible this was. It’s seriously appalling how sexual assault and abuse can be regarded as bullying. It’s one thing if they’re consenting adults with a s/m kink but these are kids in high school. Oh and we have some teacher/student action and a sprinkle of cultural appropriation to top it off. Oh and the guys will put their hands on girls but think themselves oh so noble for not raping (not to mention they’re against rape but not sexual assault since they touch and strip her without consent every freakin chapter). They have the nerve to use a Native American legend as the namesake of their horrid, raggedy, potato head group but won’t even show any honor or respect for their culture. I mean really! The audacity of not only using Native American culture to make your m characters “cool and trendy” but also not having the brain cells to do the bare minimum research that would show how bad of an idea it is to have some rich, spoiled abusive, white men depicted as the monsters from Native American stories. They are literally the epitome of colonizers (those responsible of the Native American genocide). The least the authors could do is state that find a way to honor the culture they appropriated. Honestly there’s so much more ish but I don’t want to waste any more words. Oh and if you are going to appropriate people of color you could put some effort into having a little diversity in your characters besides the tired blonde- blue-eyed-skinny girl trope.

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  • Heather
  • 2021-02-19

Great book and balance of drama and sexy romance

This book was so good that I could not stop listening to it. It's dark but no rape and no cheating. The crazy is mutual and sooo hot! The girl is a bad ass! The alphas are dark and totally obsessed with their more than capable girl!! This series ruined all other books for me. I keep reading and listening to book but I can't find any characters that measure up to Tatum and her beautifully damaged demons. Tatum owned her sexuality from the very beginning. They tried to break her and humiliate her in the beginning but they never could because she knew how hot she was and she owned it. Tatum submitted to Saint but it was always on her terms because she wanted it and she longed for Saints punishments they were never humiliating or demeaning. I dont like when a main character actually gets humiliated... I like that Tatum was never angsty and whiney. She had no pages of poor me inner dialog. It was all about her bringing these sexy demons to their knees to worship her.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-09-27

Amazing!✨✨✨

I loved this book! Tatum is a strong girl that’s refused to be broken. She never broke down even when the guys did the worst! I didn’t like the idea of a quarantine book but this has most definitely changed my mind!

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  • Niki
  • 2020-09-16

I couldn't put it down!!

It had me at the very 1st chapter and I couldn't put it down. The narrators did an amazing job. I like how fierce she was and she didn't take anybody shit. I love strong MC's. I'm looking forward to the next book of this in audible.

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  • AmazonWonder.Woman
  • 2021-06-17

Too ridiculous...

Oh man this one was rough. I really struggled with the whole Stockholm syndrome aspect of this book. I guess if you are into a story about a girl that is mentally abused and constantly threatened, falling for multiple dudes that are WAY too into themselves then... I guess this is the book for you.

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  • Diana
  • 2021-06-04

I’m so torn on how I feel, but it’s goooood!

On the surface this is a prep school for the ridiculous rich. There are three a$$bags that do things that would never fly in real life but it’s a book right so.... In comes the girl, normal rich, down to earth, owns her mind, body, self. Also, there is a very young, hot, relatively new teacher with an axe to grind against the a$$bags. Somewhat normal “for college” shenanigans ensue. Then the girls dad is blamed for a pandemic, this pandemic has a 60% death rate within one week and is viscous. This makes her life at new school awful! She pledges herself to the three a$$bags for reasons you have to read cause I hate giving away plot spoilers. There is a very creepy two-day lockdown with the teacher that has me borderline ready to call the cops. Then the end of the book happens and I HAVE to have book 2. The book is well written and I’m loving the slow build of all the characters back stories. The characters are also growing already, which I love.

Here’s my two problems, as someone who loves paranormal books when I read “normal” books they have to be somewhat plausible, I get that it’s fiction but I wrote plausible. The way these kids act in high school is not plausible at all. Nest, as an adult, I know high school kids are having sex but is it appropriate for this to be a series for adults? I kept trying to trick myself into trading their high school for a really small college. Because 18 at HS and 18 at college are two different things. This is why I’m torn.

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  • Nicole St Pierre
  • 2020-09-26

I love this series!!

The story, unbelievable. Amazing characters, story line. Well written, according to bully dramas.

The female narration was amazing, and believable (for a teenage girl). The male narration, much more challenging, had some dialects off. Sounded too forced. Nothing that would prevent me from listening to the entire 16+ hours again. Lol

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2020-12-18

Mediocre

The story was alright. Some of the characters are just corny, like Saint. There are mediocre male and female narrators and because there was more than one, they should have voiced the appropriate characters. Instead they swapped chapters so you have to endure really bad attempts at imitating Tate's voice and visa versa. This story could not survive a bad narration.

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  • Jennifer B.
  • 2021-06-06

Not sure

I know this series has gotten so many 5 stars, but I can’t do that. The abuse this girl goes through is ridiculous and in a normal situation, there is no way a self respecting girl would ever forgive the atrocities these men put her through. Not that she does in this book, but this is a reverse harem book and you figure at some point in the next 3 books, she will start sleeping with them. I would soon cut off all their dicks then let them have one single piece of me. Another thing is she starts off strong but totally cowers to these a-holes. The story made me more mad than entertained. Proceed at your own risk, if you like that sort of thing, power to you.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2021-02-23

This should not be a whole Series

I only purchased the first two of this series however was not interested in purchasing the rest. It got annoying how they treated the female and there was really not a background in the first and second book of why the guys were so annoying and so called Kings of campus. The bullying was ridiculous I would have been ok with the first book and tried giving the second one a chance but I did not want to continue with it.

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