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A Deal with the Devil: Brother's Best Friend Dark High School Romance (Boys of Preston Prep Book 2) Kindle Edition
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- Publication date : August 20, 2020
- File size : 3239 KB
- ASIN : B089QZ2WB7
- Print length : 548 pages
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Page numbers source ISBN : B08FP9P3GC
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #14,440 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Angela Lawson and Samantha Rue have a talent for writing characters so believable that I think about them long after I've competed the book. The plot evolves seemingly organically, being true to the characters, without over-the-top or unbelievable drama thrown in. They've created a very vibrant in with Preston Prep. All the characters - main and supporting - have real depth and rich lives.
Vandy and her brother Emory are neighbors with Reynolds, who is the same age as Emory. All being close image they hung around one another. Boys being mischievous young teens Em and Reyn like to pull pranks. One prank goes horribly wrong and damages everyone involved.
3 whole years have gone by since the tragic accident. Reynolds is starting back at Preston Prep. Emory is a senior and Vandy is still suffering. The twists and turns between these three is mind boggling. You get a sense of guilt, fear, sadness, loneliness, everything they experience. The story dynamics build every page. You understand more and more about the accident that shattered their prestige worlds. The characters do a complete 180° from the first page to the last. The reason I loved this book more than The devil may care is because you have a situation in the book that pulls different kids from every popularity status and they become one close knit group. To see them support and uplift one another is outstanding. They put their needs below their friends, the devils. I highly recommend this book. It is a stand alone but I suggest reading them chronologically. This book is a bear to read it’s long but dang is it SO worth it! I’m so elated to have read this! I will definitely recommend it to everyone!!
After three years, Reyn is back in town, and he doesn't expect the Vandy he sees, to be the girl he falls for. These two are tied together forever due to an accident one fateful night, and watching them navigate that together, when they're the only ones who know what they went through, was an interesting story. Reyn wants nothing more than to make it up to Vandy, and Vandy wants nothing more than to be her own person and make her own choices. Watching them each grow and become better people while coming into their own (even if it is together) was really incredible, and I loved the way that it all came together. I also really enjoyed the incorporation of the Devil society after what happened in book 1. I thought that was a fun twist and I really enjoyed watching that group grow in both comfort and friendship. I absolutely enjoyed a lot of the side characters, and I'm glad we got a lot of time with, not only Vandy and Reyn, but also Emory, Aubrey, and even Sebastian, who we know gets his own story in book 3.
This book was dark, it was full of feels, and I borderline inhaled it. Excellent work by Angel Lawson and Samantha Rue.