Things I Wanted To Say: The heart-pounding and darkly romantic TikTok sensation (Lancaster Prep)

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Things I Wanted To Say: The heart-pounding and darkly romantic TikTok sensation (Lancaster Prep)

Things I Wanted To Say: The heart-pounding and darkly romantic TikTok sensation (Lancaster Prep)

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I keep seeing some people still like Whit... he's not good babe. I understand how some people like Crew besides some of his questionable actions but Whit? bffr. I remember that I just keep reading this book because of Summer, the "secrets" in her journal and it was disappointing since it got literally brushed off. It just focuses on the smut and its toxicness now. I still read the epilogue and I’m so mad that he got his happy ending lmao. I bet that he did not grovel once. I’m just so annoyed because I really liked “A million kisses in your lifetime” and I do like Monica Morphy’s writing style (it’s very addicting) but this book was just… disgusting, horrible, annoying and pretty much the worst book I’ve read this year so far. Drew comes from a dysfunctional and beyond heartbreaking family and always tries to avoid the shame and guilt of his past finding escape in school and football. But then Drew has to go home for Thanksgiving and needs a pretend girlfriend for the week. he treats her badly (at times), calls her names 🤬, and often disrespects her all-around. but he defends her to other people, and knows that if he would ever marry anyone, it'd be Summer. sometimes he's passionate towards her (especially in the last 80% of the novel), but it wasn't a regular occurrence with his character. I liked him overall, but I was once again disappointed that he didn't have much development. yes, he did make changes in his life, like standing up to his mother and father about what he wanted. but the thing is, other than that, he didn't really have any character development 🤷‍♂️. fast-forward 3 years later, Whit and Summer are attending the same school, Lancaster Prep 🏫. coincidently, it's the same school that Whit's father happens to own. when Summer gets there, she's judged and targeted because of her mother's status, and what happened to her step-father and step-brother. the details to what happened are slowly revealed as the story progresses, and I really liked that. it added a bit of mystery to the story and kept me intrigued because I wanted to know exactly what happened, and why Summer felt so guilty about it all. we love a good mystery 🕵️‍♂️ thrown into the mix.

Whit's mom - total effin bitch. She stole Summer's journal and threatened to expose the real reason behind the fire that killed Summer's rapist step-brother and step-father, and then wrote a fake ass letter from Summer and gave it to Whit to make it look like she didn't want him anymore. Did somebody say psycho??? Om drama- some details of heroines past sex life. Heroine makes out and dances with om at a party but doesnt go through with it and the om tries to r**e herAfter Summer moves to the new school, she confronts White, whom she kissed three years ago at a party, where he tells her that his father is having sex with her mother. He wants to get rid of her and take her out of school, so he bullies her and tells everyone to do that too, but he doesn't know that she is strong, she challenges him, and he likes that a lot. Both of them don't ignore the chemistry and attraction between them, so after he finds her diary book, he makes her do things he wishes, and she will do because she has her dark secrets in them, and from here everything begins.

Monica Murphy’s novel “Second Chance Boyfriend” is set two months following the events of the debut novel of the series. Drew had brought her into his fake life but while they had some good time she later found out that he was hiding some dark secrets. but don't feel bad for Yates, because it gets worse. Yates was repeatedly molesting Summer when she was 14, and he was 16 or 17. Janine had some suspicions that this was going on, yet she turned a blind eye to it all 🙈. Yates even admitted to raping her multiple times because she was "so beautiful he couldn't resist" right before Janine killed him, yet Janine barely comforts Summer after telling her what he said. all Janine says to her is There is just somehting about those curtain bangs that does it for me... and the blood on his lip? adds that extra jenny say qua, same as Whit when he was beating Elliot up. He is 18 years old. The cold, heartless, Bully, and devastatingly handsome bad boy at Lancaster Prep. His family comes from an ancient and very wealthy lineage. He rules the school with a very controlling and strong personality. His father betrayed his mother, so they are divorced, and he has two sisters.The Story: Summer’s family scandal was when her mother’s affair with Mr. Lancaster came to light. Her stepfather was devastated and then angry. Things happened between her and her stepbrother Yates, who was always leering at her. There was a fire and her stepfather passed away and she alluded to taking care of her stepbrother. Though all the details come out slowly throughout the story. Bold, brazen, depraved, and delicious! Their chemistry is complicated and consuming. A beautiful mess - equal parts twisted and magical' 5***** Reader Review This audiobook was told in dual points of view via dual narration. It was narrated by Joe Arden and Allie Piper. Allie Piper has a high, slightly breathy voice which sounds youthful. Joe Arden is one of my favorite male narrators and always does a great job. Though he does sound a bit old for a high school student, though I didn’t care one bit.



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