Spotlight: They The Pretty Stars (Book #1: Court High Series) by Eden O’Neill

In Maywood Heights, stars burn bright. They fall even harder.
 
They call them the Court, an elite boys club who rule Windsor Preparatory Academy like gods among men. And, of course, they’re led by Hercules himself.
 
Royal Prinze–yes, that’s actually his name–walks around both the school and the town like he owns them. His affiliation to the prestigious Court only gives him more clout. These boys do anything they want. They take anything they want, and they f*ck anything they want… in that order.
 
Then there’s me.
 
I came to Maywood Heights to live with my virtually indifferent father because my sister went AWOL. She chose to stay with him after our parents’ divorce when we were kids, and I haven’t seen or heard from her since summer began. The last thing I imagined when enrolling at her school was that she’d be connected to a group like the Court, and boys like Royal. She’s nothing like them and so much better than Royal and his elitist attitude…
 
So, why then are they saying he’s her best friend?
 
Fans of high school bully romance will enjoy this new girl in town, enemy-to-lovers romance saga. The books contain some dark themes but are more suspenseful than violent in nature. Books do get darker as the saga continues so if you’re ready for that come along with December into the world of Royal Prinze and the Windsor Preparatory Academy Court. THEY THE PRETTY STARS is book one in a four-part saga. These books aren’t standalones and are best enjoyed one after the other.

 

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