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Summary

Elite. Excellence. Entitled.

That's what Sparrowood Academy looks like from the outside.

Depraved. Deceitful. Destructive. 

Those on the inside know it's rotten to the core.

Reform school would have been easier, but Eden and the K-Boys didn't have a choice. The higher-ups need the brats at Sparrowood kept in check - and they may be the only ones who can do it....

If they don't get destroyed in the process.

Sparrowood Academy is a dark high-school contemporary romance. Contains bullying, foul language, and sex.

©2019 Angel Lawson (P)2020 Angel Lawson

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Refreshing

This book was definitely a breath of fresh air when it comes to highschool bully romance. I totally loved Female MC. She didn't do obvious dumb decisions. She followed hearth AND reason. She knew when to stand up for herself and when to ask for help. And K Boys.. They were all what girl would need in a guy. I like how the story talks about women empowerment and how they shouldn't cave under pressure of man. I like how it also show that 'easy way out' isn't always sooo 'easy' and it always comes at price. Wholeheartedly recommend this series.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 21-09-20

Very Good Book

I am very happy that these books were on audio because i had a hard time pulling away from these books start to end had me entertained inwhich i can't say for every book i read because some are real duds or so so similar toanother book i read that u would almost suspect plagiarism but not in this case definitely kept me entertained while doing my stuff around home.

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  • Lisa
  • 27-03-21

All 3 books 1 credit! Win Win!

I enjoyed this RH story. Yes, I agree with other reviewers complaining the protagonist (Eden) made stupid decisions... without rationality (meaning; dumbass) that became annoying as story progressed , I wish the author had her show a bit or any growth with her actions. The K boys were gorgeous & interesting, and story had some violence, rich kid/poor kid rivalry, reverse harem, romance, mystery, with 0% chance reality! The story was entertaining and worth credit, good not great. Narration;Troy Duran could read phone book to me, but Sarah Colton has got to stop sounding in every narration like the character is ready to cry (constantly) I mean she’s got good tone but the quiver has got go(I’ve listened lots books & heard her before, to)

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  • Jade Shaw
  • 24-11-20

Seriously

I got through the first book because I figured, growning pains. Eden just needed to work through her issues with the boys and actually start trusting them and it would be fine. Made it through most of the second book and Eden continues to make stupid and reckless decisions without asking for help... even though she's still hiding behind the guys while pretending to be strong.

Honestly a lot of things don't make sense in the book period and I can't really go into detail without spoilers. Mainly because the biggest issue I have with the series is a huge spoiler and, if for some reason, you guys can actually stomach a weak willed brat for a FMC that literally takes two seconds to break in the second book the moment she's threatened with any kind of dirt, I don't want to ruin it for you. It was a DNF for me the second she gave in. I was already having a hard time listening at that point but that was it for me.

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  • Mona Brown
  • 16-03-21

Eden's fall

First off I love books like this when you don't have to wait for the next one, because it just right there.
I really enjoyed this series, it was engaging and kept me on the edge of my seat. I read and listened to the audiobook and loved both narrators

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  • Bridgette
  • 22-10-20

Amazing!!! Absolutely fantastic!

Wow! What to say?! Angel Lawson did a fantastic job writing these 3 books. The narrators, Troy Duran and Sarah L. Colton did a fantastic job reading these books and bringing them to life inside my head. Eden was a fantastic character. She was strong and helped so many others inside the elite school full of "brats." Dorian Miller was a great social worker, former K Boy and I'm so glad the ending was exactly how I imagined it would be between he and Eden. The other K Boys, Hawk, Gray, and Theo, protected Eden and helped her grow into a fantastic young woman. Ro turned into a strong young woman in the last two books and I'm so glad that she did! Hope, poor Hope turned a blind eye on her sister, which I hated. I'm not going to put into words what happened to her, you'll just have to listen to the very end, but I know that she is now happier and free of her struggles.

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  • A Marsh
  • 11-06-21

cautionary tale

The book falls far from being a dark romance, bully romance, or even a romance novel. This is more a book about dealing with bullying and teaching elitist children a less than satisfactory lesson on how not to be a twatwaffle. Although the main characters work together from book one there is no real romance if you can call it that until book three. I finished this set of books because I started it and have a hard time not pushing through to the end no matter the extent of torture. Needless to say I wish I had the time back I spent listening to this book.

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  • goflyers
  • 12-05-21

Sparrowood Academy

I listened to this as part of a reading challenge. I loved the idea of a strong female helping others and making such a great role model. The book was engaging, the story was really unique, and the reverse harem love interests were superb, as well as dream worthy.