#FridayReview Empire High Untouchables by Ivy Smoak #bookaddict #bookreview #contemporary

Happy Friday All:

It’s Friday πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘. Hope everyone has had a good week.

For me the first week of virtual schooling has ended. It wasnt as stressful πŸ˜₯ as I thought it would be.

I didn’t get as much reading done as I would have liked. I am looking forward to reading Kingdom of Flesh and Bone by Jennifer Armentrout. I read the first book in the series From Blood and Ash 😍😍.Β  You can see my thoughts on #FridayReview From Blood and Ash by Jennifer L. Armentrout #bookreview #addicting #mustread #ya #sci-fi #paranormal πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ’‹πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

First I am finishing up Goblin King by Kara Barbieri. This is also a series book. I loved 😍😍 White Stag.Β  Here is my thoughts on White Stag, #bookreview WHITE STAG by Kara Barbieri @PandeanPanic @StMartinsPress #intriguing #gripping 🌟🌟🌟πŸ”₯😍 #YA #fantasy

This week I discovered another author Ivy Smoak. Ivy’sΒ  new contemporary romance Empire High Untouchables.

This book is available now. See my thoughts πŸ’¬ below ‡️

Empire High Untouchables Blurb

The Untouchables. That’s what everyone calls the Hunter and Caldwell brothers. At least, it’s my best friend’s nickname for them. And since she’s the only one that talks to me at my new school, I’ll take her word for it.

The nickname probably comes from the fact that they’re exorbitantly wealthy. Old wealth. The kind that isn’t flaunted around. But you can tell by the way they carry themselves. Or maybe the name just refers to the fact that they’re so beautiful it’s almost hard to look at them.

No matter the reason for their nickname, it’s an ironic one. Because I’ve only been going to this school for a week and I already want to touch.

Empire High Untouchables is a easy quick read.

Brooklyn’s world is turned upside down when her mom passed away. She moved in with the only living relative she sorts of knows.

New town, new school, and new life. It’s all too much for Brooklyn to handle. The only she wants is to turn back time and be with her mother.

How will she charter this new life?

I found the book interesting, it has good storyline. It didn’t captivate me as much. The angst and hint of suspicion surrounding the Untouchables, Hunter and Caldwell brothers. Who is Brooklyn’s father???? All the drama gave some intrigue.

I found myself skipping through the book and just reading the dialogues.  The ending came and the big mystery was revealed, then there comes the cliffhanger.

Overall it’s an okay read. πŸ‘Œ

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