SUMMARY ë Lost Boys Slateview High #1


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  1. says:

    Another terrific bully romance But there are no rich bullies hereI really like when they combine the bully romance with the reverse harem trope even though is is a bit there to think that a Virgin in high school or even a girl who has had a boyfriend or two before is suddenly ready to handle a polyamorous relationship and all that comes with it I mean I can’t imagine the slut shaming that would occur between high school girls in case like this even if the guys she is with are the ones that “run the school” like the lost boys do in this book They certainly aren’t with her all the timeBut that is beside the point because this is all fake so I can just enjoy it as is This book was a bit different than a lot of the books I have read where the girl suddenly is in a rich neighborhood or school and she is either on scholarship or has moved in with family that is rich and is bullied by the rich kids who think she doesn’t belong In this case Cordelia Cora is from the wealthy side of the tracks and she is one of the wealthiest She has no idea how the other half lives but her life is not perfect either though she really doesn’t realize how imperfect it is until things change Her father is arrested for fraud the FBI seizes most of their possessions and Cora and her mother are forced to moved to a two bedroom rental on the other side of the tracksShe lives across the street from three very hot guys who live in separate houses all next to each other but the three guys are always together and act like brothers and stare at her like they know her The first day of her senior year at the public high school Cora finds out that everyone in the high school hates her because of business deals her father made which basically made a lot of people lose their homes and businesses They call her names push and shove her and basically hassle her non stopShe also finds out that even the teachers and administration won’t step in and help her while the other student curse at her and call her a slut right in front of them She finds out that “The Lost Boys” run the school and they are the three guys that live across the street from her They are called that because none of them have parents they all live with foster familiesThere were a few things about this story I didn’t understand like the fact that the lost boys seemed to be as mad about what Cora’s father did as the rest of the school and just as willing to take it out on her They even said when they made the deal with her that they would protect her from the rest of the school but they would punish her But then they never do They just take her to parties and kiss her But I did really like the story and I will read on That is not enough for me to lower my ratingBlog|Goodreads|Facebook|Instagram|Twitter|BookBub


  2. says:

    I am actually pretty damn impressed with this book So if you've been following my reviews for any length of time you'll know that I'm never afraid to take a chance on debut authors On the flip side my standards are high and I am VERY detailed if I dislike it I'm pleased to announce that with two key exceptions I had almost no issue with this entire book It's well written has been well edited and the bullying is essentially nonexistent The heroes never hurt the heroine; they make a deal with her where they 'own' her in exchange for their protection After she agrees nobody else hurts the heroine either Friends like Gimme rejoice there is NO OWOM drama whatsoever it's totally safe and I appreciated that so much The heroine is an interesting one Some people may not like her because she isn't the stereotypically 'feisty' aggressive violent kind of heroine She's uiet and slightly submissive towards the heroes which I didn't mind because they weren't arseholes If you've read the Saving Setora series by Raven Dark and Petra J Knox Setora is the closest comparison as to what type of heroine Cora is I wouldn't call her weak just wired differently from the sort of heroines who beat up people in school However one problem I have is that Cora made an incredibly TSTL decision at the end of the book I understand she's lived uite a sheltered life and was distracted by hope she'd receive answers but the action she committed is something genuinely just unbelievably dumb My other problem is that not all of the heroes felt eually fleshed out At the beginning especially it seemed like Bishop they call him 'Bish' which I LOATHE because it feels like 'bitch' was the main one in the relationship and I worried this wasn't a true reverse harem I no longer have that worry but I'd certainly enjoy seeing the other two heroes get of the limelight in the seuel Speaking of the seuel I cannot wait to read it I hope the author continues the habit from this book of not having any OW related relationship drama because the strength of the connection between the heroine and heroes is really what made this book awesome Blog Bookstagram


  3. says:

    Incredible Absolutely loved it You get sucked in so very uickly I literally did not even realize I was 88% through it before taking a break to grab a protein bar then went right back to it and once it was over I went straight to book 2 and just took my short break It's really incredible as well You just don't want to stop I bet I will get zero sleep tonight and I'm soo OK with that


  4. says:

    I’ve never heard of a reverse harem book until probably last year so I don’t even know what is considered good or bad in this area I honestly don’t even know if I have read it before or not Love the idea thoughThis story was half annoying and half good I am SO conflicted on if I even like the book Here’s whyCora She’s a stupid little girl She keeps on saying she’s smart but she’s actually really stupid and just for that alone I find her rambling just none sense cause it’s not like she’s going understand what’s going on until last minute in the first place The stereotypes represented in this book was terrible Like this is in the 21st century right? So if she is apart of the exact same generation that has a term like “to chill” why does she not know what “chilling” is? Why does she have to be a so called “rich bitch” to not understand basic social normalities within her own generation no matter where she comes from? Also she always mentioned the boys as Lost Boys and I kinda hated that Like she could’ve graduated to just saying “the boys” or even throw in a possessive name like “my guys” Literally anything other than a name that doesn’t seem like teenagers in jacked up life situations would even care to coin I get why it’s the name but to hear “lost boys” here and LBs there It’s annoying Like it could’ve been a great character and relationship development if the author had Cora grow with them including the name she calls them just as they did with her ending her name change to Coralee It’s cute She just got on my nervesHere’s what saved the storyThe boys actually were great I loved the dynamic between them and gotta say I don’t mind the situation they got going on here Each intimate situation they had with Cora was done well They even had development that made sense and I loved it Why the author didn’t make her actual main character develop in a way that was idk good? I Don’t Know Honestly switch POVs at this point damn Can you tell I’m annoyed? Overall this was a solid 30 star rating It’s a bummer because this could’ve been SUCH AN AMAZING BOOK Like you don’t know how bummed out I am over this So bummed This was a uick one night read for me so I’m just gonna read the next one cause Kace Bishop Miscael still don’t know how to say his name lol I’m going with a “Michell” type of sound Buddy read with Artalee Sorry girl I finished uicker than I anticipated haha30 star rating


  5. says:

    Second buddy read with Briana  I don’t really know where to begin with this book I felt like it had the potential to be a really good storybut it seemed like the author didn’t really know how to form it Was this worst book I have ever read no Was it the best book I have ever read also no The writing wasn’t poor and I kept reading so that says somethingCora was this rich girl who lost basically everything when her father went to prison I found her transition from “riches to rags” too easy for her She struggled for like two days and I don’t really think those first days were that bad considering how angry people seemed to be with her because of her father It just didn’t really make sense to meI also thought her relationship with her parents were confusing Like do you like them or not? Do you care about them or not? Yeah I get it you want your mom to focus on you yada yada yada but when your mom probably actually need youdid you care? Nah Also reading about polyamorous relationships was new to me I wasn’t expecting that until I put the book down to look up who she was supposed to be with until I read in one review that she was with all of them Oh I guess I don’t have to cheer for one dude any I don’t really think it’s my thing but it didn’t ruin the story for me Kace is my fave though just throwing that out there The ending of book just annoyed me because I feel like she’s trying to prove her father is innocent why not just go to your three lovers and ask them? See what they can find out? Why go to someone you don’t know? Idk One of the reasons she’s dumb Another thing that annoyed me is that she doesn’t talk or really think how a regular teenager does How do you not know what chill is? Use context clues you don’t have to askI would have been embarrassed for her if I wasn’t so busy rolling my eyesI’ll read the second book and if it’s better or the same as the first book I’ll probably read the third I just hope with the next book I feel of a connection between Cora and her guys Other than her looking at the boys and feeling attraction and their intimate scenes I didn’t feel any chemistry Yeah they took her in and will like protect herbut I didn’t feel anything from that


  6. says:

    Fantastic debut novel by Eva Ashwood I just happened to scroll and see this on KU read the blurb and thought what the hell Boy am I glad I did Cordelia has grown up shelter for all of her seventeen years She’s beautiful rich a real high society girl She’s too remain prim and proper at all times but underneath all of that is a girl who wants something The van Rensselaer name is a lot to live up too But her life is about to change Gone are the cocktail parties the big mansion and servants the expensive prep school is all torn away the night her father is arrested Now she’s leaving on the other side of town going to Slateview Public where she’s enemy number one Enter Bishop Kace and Misael three boys who are about to turn her world upside down These boys own Slateview high and they will own Cordelia This is a reverse harem book for sure and it’s finally one that isn’t all light and fluffy Yes It’s hot in uite a few places and I can’t wait too see where Eva is going to take the storyline Yes it ends in a cliffhanger and it’s a shocking one I will be stalking Eva too see when I can get my hands on the next one I liked all the characters and for it being a debut novel she did a fantastic job Definitely one too check out for sure


  7. says:

    Maybe 25? However I didn't like itToo similar guys? ✔️ I'd prefer characterization TSTL heroine? ✔️ The ending annoyed the crap out of me


  8. says:

    5 stars for Lost Boys by Eva Ashwood This is book 1 in the Statview High Series This is my first book by Ashwood but I can tell you she has made a fan out of me Cora’s life has been turned upside down She has gone from being the rich girl to now being the poor who’s dad is in jail for fraud She is now having to attend Slateview Public Her start here is not what she expected Everyone hates her because of things her dad did Then she meets the lost boys Bishop Misael and Kace She hates all three of them but is attracted to all three of them They take her under their protection Slowly their relationship begins to change Then Bam cliffhanger I Love Coralee’s character she is not going to let anyone walk all over her She might be afraid but she still stands her ground I am loving this book and can not wait to read Wild Girl Genre Romantic Suspense Bully RomanceHeat 55HEA Not yet Cliffhanger – Yes and it is a doozie Feels 455 Cover 45 HeroHeroes – 55 Heroine 55 Overall 5 stars


  9. says:

    Good readNice read not uite light but definitely not heavy in the bully department It was a tad bizarre for a slight bully romance because I kept waiting for the other shoe to drop I was pleasantly surprised that thr guys didn't torment the FMC before hinting at their true feelings I would have liked to see of the relationship building between everyone I think it would have made her feelings a tad credible The book just summed it up oh she had known them for 3months or so Also another reviewer hit the main issue on the head Cora's transition from riches to poverty appeared too easy Minus the first 2 days of school she didn't go through much Her mom had depression and a suicidal moment Cora just took everything in stride I'm even surprised Ava didn't turn back up Overall decent read just a few plot holes that I hope the next book will address


  10. says:

    REVIEW Cora Cordelia is an elitist he family are THE family Until her father is arrested on grounds of fraud felony Her life is switched within a week from the lavish mansion private school and designer wardrobe to a two bedroom house on the wrong side of town and a public school where her wardrobe hinders rather than enhances Due to her fathers business dealings she is HATED at her new school not least by The Lost Boys they rule the school and those in it Cora is offered an out they will offer her protection from the students but she is theirs to do as they please punishment or otherwise Fantastic read light on the bully factors but the threat was there There are scenes of light sexual assault in the story but could be a trigger for some I absolutely loved the writing style all from Coras POV made it harder and suspenseful to know what the boys were thinking and what happens in the parts we dont get to see but are mentioned Bishop Kace and Misael are awesome protector passionate and dark all yumminess There are so so many uestions left unanswered and I cant wait to find out I wonder if Barrett will come into it? 5#booksofinstagram #sharethefirstpage #bookreview #bookreviews #bookseries #booksbooksbooks #bookstagram #bookstagrammer #bookhangover #iamreading #amreading #romance #romancenovels #kindleunlimited #kindleunlimitedbooks #kindle #readersofinstagram #bookworm #bookslut #booksofinst #bullyromance #bully


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Lost Boys Slateview High #1

READ & DOWNLOAD × SIGMAENCLOSURES.CO.UK Ù Eva Ashwood

Slateview Public High is no place for a girl like meMy whole life I’ve been groomed as American royalty raised to be the perfect daughter of the wealthy eliteOn my sixteenth birthday my father bought me an Aston MartinAnd on my seventeenth birthday the Feds took everything awayWith my father in prison for fraud and nothing left to our name my mom and I. Another terrific bully romance But there are no rich bullies hereI really like when they combine the bully romance with the reverse harem trope even though is is a bit there to think that a Virgin in high school or even a girl who has had a boyfriend or two before is suddenly ready to handle a polyamorous relationship and all that comes with it I mean I can’t imagine the slut shaming that would occur between high school girls in case like this even if the guys she is with are the ones that “run the school” like the lost boys do in this book They certainly aren’t with her all the timeBut that is beside the point because this is all fake so I can just enjoy it as is This book was a bit different than a lot of the books I have read where the girl suddenly is in a rich neighborhood or school and she is either on scholarship or has moved in with family that is rich and is bullied by the rich kids who think she doesn’t belong In this case Cordelia Cora is from the wealthy side of the tracks and she is one of the wealthiest She has no idea how the other half lives but her life is not perfect either though she really doesn’t realize how imperfect it is until things change Her father is arrested for fraud the FBI seizes most of their possessions and Cora and her mother are forced to moved to a two bedroom rental on the other side of the tracksShe lives across the street from three very hot guys who live in separate houses all next to each other but the three guys are always together and act like brothers and stare at her like they know her The first day of her senior year at the public high school Cora finds out that everyone in the high school hates her because of business deals her father made which basically made a lot of people lose their homes and businesses They call her names push and shove her and basically hassle her non stopShe also finds out that even the teachers and administration won’t step in and help her while the other student curse at her and call her a slut right in front of them She finds out that “The Lost Boys” run the school and they are the three guys that live across the street from her They are called that because none of them have parents they all live with foster familiesThere were a few things about this story I didn’t understand like the fact that the lost boys seemed to be as mad about what Cora’s father did as the rest of the school and just as willing to take it out on her They even said when they made the deal with her that they would protect her from the rest of the school but they would punish her But then they never do They just take her to parties and kiss her But I did really like the story and I will read on That is not enough for me to lower my ratingBlog|Goodreads|Facebook|Instagram|Twitter|BookBub

REVIEW Lost Boys Slateview High #1

Are forced to move to a tiny house across town and I transfer to Slateview PublicThe only problem is nearly everyone at my new school has reason to despise my family name They want to see a princess brought low and they’ll do whatever it takes to make me fallMoney was the language of my old world but violence is the language of my new one The only way. I’ve never heard of a reverse harem book until probably last year so I don’t even know what is considered good or bad in this area I honestly don’t even know if I have read it before or not Love the idea thoughThis story was half annoying and half good I am SO conflicted on if I even like the book Here’s whyCora She’s a stupid little girl She keeps on saying she’s smart but she’s actually really stupid and just for that alone I find her rambling just none sense cause it’s not like she’s going understand what’s going on until last minute in the first place The stereotypes represented in this book was terrible Like this is in the 21st century right So if she is apart of the exact same generation that has a term like “to chill” why does she not know what “chilling” is Why does she have to be a so called “rich bitch” to not understand basic social normalities within her own generation no matter where she comes from Also she always mentioned the boys as Lost Boys and I kinda hated that Like she could’ve graduated to just saying “the boys” or even throw in a possessive name like “my guys” Literally anything other than a name that doesn’t seem like teenagers in jacked up life situations would even care to coin I get why it’s the name but to hear “lost boys” here and LBs there It’s annoying Like it could’ve been a great character and relationship development if the author had Cora grow with them including the name she calls them just as they did with her ending her name change to Coralee It’s cute She just got on my nervesHere’s what saved the storyThe boys actually were great I loved the dynamic between them and gotta say I don’t mind the situation they got going on here Each intimate situation they had with Cora was done well They even had development that made sense and I loved it Why the author didn’t make her actual main character develop in a way that was idk good I Don’t Know Honestly switch POVs at this point damn Can you tell I’m annoyed Overall this was a solid 30 star rating It’s a bummer because this could’ve been SUCH AN AMAZING BOOK Like you don’t know how bummed out I am over this So bummed This was a uick one night read for me so I’m just gonna read the next one cause Kace Bishop Miscael still don’t know how to say his name lol I’m going with a “Michell” type of sound Buddy read with Artalee Sorry girl I finished uicker than I anticipated haha30 star rating

READ & DOWNLOAD × SIGMAENCLOSURES.CO.UK Ù Eva Ashwood

I’ll survive until graduation is to make a deal with three gorgeous dangerous devils the ones everyone calls the Lost BoysIf I accept their bargain Bishop Misael and Kace will protect meBut they’ll own me too This is the first book in the Crazy Vicious Love series a reverse harem bully romance It contains mature themes and is intended for readers 18. Maybe 25 However I didn't like itToo similar guys ✔️ I'd prefer characterization TSTL heroine ✔️ The ending annoyed the crap out of me

  • Paperback
  • 306
  • Lost Boys Slateview High #1
  • Eva Ashwood
  • English
  • 23 May 2018
  • 9781089217633

About the Author: Eva Ashwood

Eva Ashwood has been a reader her whole life and a writer for several years She loves telling stories of alpha males and the fierce women who bring them to their knees She's a sucker for reverse harem bully romance enemies to lovers heroes who redeem themselves and all the drama and passion of new adult love