Wicked Dreams (Fallen Royals #1) by S. Massery
Narrators: Stephanie Rose & Troy Duran
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She loved me. I hate her.
As a kid, she crushed my dreams to dust.
She tore both of our families apart with one confession, ending any chance of happiness for either of us and setting off a ripple effect of chaos.
Now she’s back as the new girl in school, and she doesn’t suspect the war that’s coming. She doesn’t realize the anger I’ve been harboring.
I’ve been waiting for the perfect time to ruin her life, and it’s finally here.
Because even traitors sleep—and I’m going to make sure she only dreams of me.
Then I’m going to destroy her.
This is a dark high school bully romance with mature content and themes. It contains dubious situations that some readers may find offensive. If you’re looking for a white knight hero, this book is not for you.
About the Author:
S. Massery, AKA Sara, is a dark romance author from Massachusetts. She enjoys twisting, suspenseful tales with dark anti-heroes and sassy heroines.
Her journey started when she was a little girl, dreaming of stories and frantically trying to capture her dreams on paper. She completed her first novel, Something Special, in 2018, and she has been unstoppable ever since.
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Neither of Margo’s parents are in her life for different reasons so when she finds herself with new foster parents all she wants to do is get through her last year until she can be independent. Her new home takes her back to her hometown where she is being villainized for things that were not her fault and that she doesn’t remember.
As children Caleb and Margo were best friends but she is now his enemy. He holds a position of power at their school and he is determined to ensure that he makes her life as difficult as possible. The only problem is that Margo doesn’t know why and he isn’t about to tell her.
Both Margo and Caleb are compelling characters and I enjoyed the one friendship that Margo does have which is with Riley. The storyline draws you in and leaves you wanting more of this couple and the secrets yet to be uncovered. I thought both narrators did a great job with not only the characters but with the angst and the suspense part of the story as well.