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Ruthless Idols: A Paranormal High School Bully Romance (Gifted Academy Book 2) Kindle Edition
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About the Author
Alex Kydd is a Tri-State Area-based actor specializing in contemporary and classical theater. His passion for performing began in his early teens and has progressed into a lifetime motivation. Classically trained, Alex attended The William Esper Studio in New York City, one of The 25 Best Drama Schools in 2015, as recognized by the Hollywood Reporter.
Madeleine Dauer is a classically trained stage actor, theater artist, and professional film actor. Her theater work focuses primarily on classic texts as well as collaborative, devised pieces that heavily feature movement and puppetry. She has performed in New York City and throughout Connecticut. --This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B07W1PPSK2
- Publisher : Infinite Sky Publishing (September 12, 2019)
- Publication date : September 12, 2019
- Language : English
- File size : 3521 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 443 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #13,686 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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"The brutal truth is that if she's meant to be our destruction, I want her to wreck me."
This book picks up exactly where the first left off. Daisy unceremoniously being THROWN out the window by a faculty member and Bryce showing up just in time to save her. The reader was left with so many questions: we didn't know how the magic might affect Daisy long term or how it might impact the school as a whole that Bryce saved a "norm" instead of letting her perish. Well we get those answers and more in book 2. That's how the book begins and it doesn't let off the gas pedal even at the very end.
I flew through this book. I finished it in one afternoon, curled up and flying over the pages needing to know what happens next. This book is such a great building block for the series as a whole. I'm not sure how many books are planned but I really hope it's more than three.
"We have unfinished business, Daisy."
The boys of this series are still at times hot and cold, but that's part of the fun to see where they land. You do learn more about each of them as well as their motivations for past actions. I love them all to be honest.
My only complaint is the Ball near the end of the book, I would have loved for that entire scene to be longer before things ... happen (you'll have to read to know whether it was good or bad things lol)
Read this series, enjoy, but if you're smart you'll wait until all the books are released to save your self some agony. Happy Reading!
The only thing that I did not like was how wishy-washy the heroine was. It didn't affect the plot line that much sO it wasn't that big an issue but it still bothered me. One moment she's a rebel bad ass defending herself and then the next she forgives one of the characters after he totally demolished her and was SO FREAKING RUDE to her for three straight chapters. I dont know it just didn't sit well with me how she had 2 polar opposite sides, but that is my only complaint!
All in all it's a good book but I wish the heroine would have been written better.
Bryce's abduction and subsequent release opens up more questions because of the devices used to keep him captive.
Then there's the new information he discovers about Daisy's parentage. Bryce and Daisy sleep together in spite of or because of the circumstances. This causes some interesting reactions from the other guys.
After a run Daisy finds their treehouse and Rufio, this leads to some sizzle as Daisy can't seem to deny him. But then she passes out with fever. While watching over her Bryce finds her father's diary and when she wakes he tells her she should leave immediately.
The circumstances surrounding their search become weird and they don't find her, although I was sure Phoenix saw her. There's a change in Daisy but nothing is really clear.
All the guys start getting closer to Daisy and an attack on her best friend Felicity leads to some very interesting revelations.
We also learn a lot more about Phoenix in this one and there's also the friendship between Toby and Daisy's sister Rosie.
Lots of action, suspense and surprises as Daisy navigates not only the Academy but also the relationships she's formed with the guys.
I have already started reading the next book in this series.
Ruthless Idols is another smashed-out-of-the-park homerun.
We pick up in Ruthless Idols where we left off in Wicked Gods, and my HEART! I won't give anything away but, Michelle gives us more glimpses into the past, including the Knights, the Evil God from the Island of Horrors, and of each of the less than perfect Idols worming their way into Daisy's heart and life.
The plot is phenomenal as usual for any Michelle Hercules book, and the broken parts of these characters call to me like no other!
All of our characters return, relationships change, bonds are tested, plus a dose of craziness too. I had a lot of questions when I started this book but the author dropped enough hints that one of the reveals at the end wasn’t a surprise. However, the final reveal definitely cleared up soooo many questions for me.
I definitely recommend continuing this series as I’m off to book 3 now.
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Funny, Sassy, and fly by the seat of your pants action. Michelle keeps you hanging and wondering what is going on and who is going to be the winner out. I can say this series is addicting. I can't wait until I can get the rest of the series.
I can't say enough about it.