To the End: Hannaford Prep Year Four by J Bree
Joey is dead.
His head was delivered to me in a box, wrapped with a bow and an ominous card tucked inside.
One of the biggest threats has been removed from the board but it hasn’t made us any safer.
The Jackal has teamed up with the notorious sadistic killer Joseph Beaumont Sr. to take my family out, sure that we’re responsible for the death of his favored child.
The body count is only getting higher.
Can I get us all through graduation alive?
And who the hell is sending me heads in boxes?
Title: To The End (Hannaford Prep #1)
Author: J. Bree
Publication Date: March 20th, 2020
Shelves: Contemporary; Romance; RH;
Format: Kindle (352 pages)
I have waited this book since I figured out in book 1 that I would devour this series too soon and March was a faraway date.
It was bittersweet to know that this book will be the end of this group of characters I have come to love, but J Bree did a fine job at including new characters and plan a bit for the new series to come.
I am fairly certain we will see more of their family in the next books.
The beginning was a very looooong foreplay and I expected something bad to happen at any point during the book. I refuse to read spoilers and I hope you do the same because it was totally worth it.
Ash becomes the man I hoped for and I loved how he was with our girl, Lips. I like that Harley is ever the protector, but I feel Blaise was a bit left out. I know he’s the rock star, but he proves himself to be an asset, so the family is strong ‘til the end.
Avery and the Crow will have their ups and downs and we don’t know anything else, because they will have their own book, but apparently someone will have to work harder because a 3rd wheel just attached himself to their wagon.
I hoped I piqued your interest in starting or finishing this one, because J Bree has become one author I will one-click from now on.
Oh! And I think when we go and chat in the spoilers thread made by authors, I think they read them and their evil mind comes up with ANYTHING else other than our suspicions.
Evil. Evil, I tell you!