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Reign of Brayshaw

Brayshaw High, Book 3
Written by: Meagan Brandy
Series: Brayshaw High, Book 3
Length: 11 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Romance, New Adult
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A Top 20 Amazon Best Seller

Number one in New Adult Romance

In the world of morally corrupt teenagers, only the strongest survive....

"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.  

Reign of Brayshaw is the highly anticipated conclusion to Maddoc and Raven's story and the third in the Brayshaw series. This book must be listened to after both books one and two.

©2019 2019 Meagan Brandy (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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So awesome!

Loved this so much! Listened to it in one go as I ran around doing my household chores. lol!

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Love it!

I love Meagan Brandy and being able to listen to her books just makes everything that much better. The narrators did an amazing job bringing the characters to life 😍❤️

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  • Breanna Rindahl
  • 2019-12-31

This book is everything!

These Brayshaws will slay you in every way possible!

Wow. Where to even begin! This book had me on edge at 4% in! Like what book does that!

Meagan Brandy does the damn thing with her words. She gave us this family! This family who loves with everything that they are! Who protect what’s theirs no matter the cost.

You get the feels of all of them in this book! You see the truest sides to them all. And how can you not love and crave more of them. From Captain and Raven, y’all I can’t with this one! My heart was on edge. To Victoria, who shows how much she really does love this family, and actually belongs. To Royce who’s the baby and worries about being abandon. And Big Man, his heart is bigger than anyone could have ever imagined.

This book was life. This family is life. This series is EVERYTHING! Get you some Brayshaws. Because “Family runs deeper than blood.”

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  • Bethany
  • 2020-01-01

Reign of Brayshaw

Meagan Brandy, you have delivered yet another masterpiece! Book 3 was delivered and much more with it! All in my feels again and with all the twists and turns! Raven's father is revealed!!
I was hoping for more at the end but the epilogue through me off. I hope there is more to tell in the next book with Raven even though I know this completed her story.
Performance was awesome! There was a nice balance between the two narrators.

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  • Teresa White
  • 2019-12-31

Angsty👑Ballsy👑Perfection👑

I have been waiting months for this book to release on audible and it sure did not disappoint! I was a little nervous because there is a new female narrator but as always the narration was great and I really didn’t even notice any difference. This is the conclusion to Raven and Maddox epic love story. We learn all the secrets behind the Brayshaw v Graven feud. I can’t wait for Captain and Royce’s books. Totally in love with these wolves! Keep them coming Meagan Brandy!

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  • Chanel
  • 2019-12-31

Where do I start?

I was so excited for Reign of Brayshaw. I was left on a cliffhanger that left so many things opened and difficult to answer, I even had the books release date marked in my calendar. Given that I don’t have much time anymore to sit and read books anymore, I had to wait for the audiobook, but I soon found out that I would have to wait more than a month to finish Raven and Maddoc’s story, but over a month turned into over two months, not to the fault of the author, but it killed my excitement for the book a little.

Now here I am at the end of December, finishing the story....this is where my rating comes from.

The book left me confused. There was just too much information for me to digest, and I’m sure I’ve missed somethings. What drew me to this author and these characters, were I felt like I could relate to them, especially the heroine, in that we both had experience in neglect and abuse in our childhood and adulthood, and I was drawn to the angst. Which had a nice proportion in the first two book’s because it was equaled out by the romance between Raven and Maddoc, but in this book, there was too much of it and not enough romance to equal it out and I couldn’t relate to the characters, which was odd because I thought I knew them, but here I felt that I didn’t.

Half way through the book I had to speed up the reading because I’d grown a little bored and just wanted to finish the book. I don’t like love triangles and have only liked one in all my years of reading because all three characters got what they wanted in the end, even if it was delayed for one. I didn’t not expect one between Raven and Captain, there wasn’t enough foundation for it not seem and feel awkward. It would have seem more natural for Raven to marry Collins and the plot unfold that way.

I have to admit that I didn’t like Victoria at first, but I was happy that she had a role other than a forced character to match up with Captain, and it’s even better that she’s Raven sister, so I liked that part.

Now, what really confused me was Leo and Vienna were reintroduced. I felt like their roles and parts were over in the second book, Leo got his butt beat by Maddoc and what not and Vienna got hers handed to her by Raven and banished. I was also a bit annoyed how at every turn it was reinforced that Raven was a bad ass, I mean we get it. It was cemented in the first two books.

In short this book was a bit of a mess. I don’t see myself re-reading this third book, but I’m still holding out luck for Captian’s and Royce’s because those boys deserve it, and the third star is for them.

P.S. I’m still not sure how I feel about Raven being pregnant. Maybe a better ending would have been them being able to go off to college or something.

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  • 2020-02-21

All 3 books were so fantastic

The set of books was one of those sets where it just kind of does a to be continued. but they were also good every time you think there's no way that anything else could go wrong it does and that famous saying of you can't make this stuff up well apparently this author can because every time something else happens it fits perfectly in the book it's not so outlandish that you're like what but it's so good. I really hope she does books about the brothers. I'd love to see their story.

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  • GRISEL
  • 2020-02-08

Amazing!

Loved it! Perfect ending to a perfect story! I can't wait for Captain and Royce's book!

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  • Kathy (Adventures of a Bookworm)
  • 2020-02-05

My head is spinning

I think my head is still spinning trying to catch up to all the twists and turns in this story. This is definitely not a book I could have listened to mindlessly. I needed to pay attention to all the details being thrown my way.

This book kept me on my toes for sure. While I enjoyed the story, the main reason I am giving it 3.5 stars is because it's all so unrealistic, especially for a group of high school kids. They don't act like teenagers at all, and while that's not the point of the story, it was a bit over the top for me.

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  • Mom Seeks Smut
  • 2020-02-04

🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

.....Where to start!?! OMG. This book this whole freaking series!! These Brayshaws they are sweet, they are diehard, they committed, and funny and some damn 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

The third book in the series and it was everything I really hoped it would be!! The Brayshaw boys were as strong as ever but I also loved getting some of their human side, their faults.

And Raven. RAVEN!!!! She is this strong female that isn’t afraid to stand up to any or all that’s wrong with the whole system.

I canNOT WAIT to get my hands on the other boys’ books!!!

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  • Eve Carter
  • 2020-01-29

So Good wanted more. Another book please.

This series was so teeth clinching. I loved every minute. I also loved how this third book closed up all of the lose ends. I was shocked by the twists in the story and was pushing and hoping more than anything that Raven and maddec would work things out. Cudos to the author she made me feel there deep love connect. I wanted to cry when they cried and laugh when they laughed. I felt the emptiness, loneliness and sorrow of each character. This story had it all. Please read this you will not be let down but you must start from the beginning book one or it will not have the same meaning. Brayshaw is about family.
I also think it would be neat to see a book from captain and royce’s point of view. So many times I wondered what they were thinking and feeling about raven and the different situations. Meagan please consider writing there stories as well.

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  • Kiki
  • 2020-01-29

I LOVE THIS SERIES!

This one just might be my favorite of all 3 books! I love the whole thing though. From the characters to their interactions to the end. Love it!