Book Review The Secret Girl by CM Stunich

May 262019
 

The Secret Girl: A High School Bully Romance (Adamson All-Boys Academy Book 1) BLURB:

Shh, I have a secret.

The sinfully gorgeous members of the Student Council—Church, Ranger, Spencer, Micah and Tobias—can’t ever find out.

I already get picked on because my father’s the headmaster.

I don’t need them to know I’m the only girl, too; I’d rather dress like a boy.

Adamson All-Boys Academy now has its only female student, but I’m not about to be their guinea pig.

Not when there’s a secret at this school nobody is talking about. Not when the last female student here ended up dead.

***420 pages in paperback

***THE SECRET GIRL is a 90,000 word lighthearted reverse harem/high school bully romance novel with a mystery/suspense twist. This is book one of three in the series. Contains foul language and sexual scenes; any sex featured is consensual.

Title: The Secret Girl: A High School Bully Romance (Adamson All-Boys Academy Book 1)
Author: CM Stunich
Publication Date: May 24th, 2019
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; Reverse Harem
Format: Kindle (420 pages)
Rating: 10/10

The is no secret that I enjoy all the books written by CM Stunich. I found her books quite late, but not that it matters, since I’m reading them all!

The Secret Girl is the first book from this new series, Adamson All-Boys Academy. It has been motioned in her other series Burberry Prep once or twice.

Charlotte is the only female student attending this all boys school, while disguising herself as a boy. The main problem is that she comes out as rude and unwilling to make any friends, meanwhile starting trouble with the School Student Council.

Que in our boys! We meet the twins, Micah and Tobias, Spencer, Ranger and Church. The author tells at the beginning of the book that Charlotte aka Chuck Carson will end up with at least 3 of the guys. I am so frustrated and happy at the same time because we don’t know who, which is the same case happening with the Burberry Prep characters.

I know there are some fewer exciting facts like the reason why Charlotte wanted to be a boy in the first place, and maybe some of you are tired of these bully RH, but they still are my guilty pleasure. It’s easy for me to disregard stuff when the plot is really interesting and involved in mystery.

Unpredictable books are on my high demand these days, and The Secret Girl just bumped on this list.

After you read the book, there is a small excerpt from The Ruthless Boys, Book 2, so if you want to check it out, click here


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Click here for an excerpt of Secret Girl, Adamson All-Boys Academy Book 1

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