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Summary

They’ve messed with the wrong girl.  

I gave away my heart only to have it broken. I relinquished my soul, and it was mercilessly ripped to shreds. All that is left is my faith that somehow I’ll be able to make things right.  

I’ll fight tooth and nail to restore our love and bring us back our freedom. I’ll make sure every secret is revealed. Every hidden lie uncovered. I won’t allow the tyranny and manipulation over our lives to continue.  

The madness ends here. I just pray it’s not too late to save us all.    

Faithless is the third installment in the Privileged of Pembroke High series that ends in a HEA. It’s the conclusion of Holland aka Snow’s love story. This is a bully/enemy-to-lovers, #whychoose, new-adult contemporary romance, a full-length novel.  

*Recommended 18+ due to mature language, adult situations, and sensitive content.

©2019 Ivy Fox (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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  • 08-10-20

If I could have scored it less I would.

I’ll keep this short. The narrators were great, they made the best with what they were given. As for the story, if it was heavily edited, it could easily be condensed to one good book. It really needs to be edited. There is so much fluff that was just a waste of time to slog through. As it stands it’s three irritating books.
I never thought I could be tired or irritated by decelerations if love but this took the biscuit and made me want to gag. So much dialogue was wasted on repetitions I love so and so. My soul sours for them, how can I live without them... all good until it’s repeated over and over and over again. It was boring!
As for the characters, they all had potential except Holland. What a whiner! So annoying. She had no common sense. Didn’t think anything through and I just wanted to throat punch her most of the time because she was such an idiot. Her vagina was the only thing that led her.
And can someone explain how the person who donated a kidney and saved your life gets excommunicated from your life. You find out the bitch from your school, (who may or may not be your bully because it’s never proven) your half sister, who you find out was abused and used by the same man who tried to rape you decides with no direct request from you to give you one of her kidneys but you never thank her or talk to her again. You go talk to her murdering mother in jail. The one who framed your boyfriend for murder! You pay her a visit but not the girl that saved your life?!?
That was just one of the smaller stupid plot twists in this book.
I guess I didn’t keep it short. But maybe wasting two minutes reading this not very detailed review will save you 30 hours of your life!!!!

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  • Tamica Gates
  • 21-11-20

Great ending

A great ending to a series a could not get enough of. Holland aka Snow got her happy ending with the Grayson brothers. Rome got cleared and I was surprised at who ended up killing the judge. Vivian got what was coming to her finally. I am happy with the ending and look forward to reading Elle's story next.

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  • chewy
  • 14-07-20

Love Snow and Roman together

This was a good book. My only complaint is that I wish they had written Vivian’s arrest and trial into the story instead of just having Holland confront her in prison. I would have enjoyed it more seeing her get what was coming to her.

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  • Kasumatata
  • 23-06-20

Favourite series

In the grand finale of Snow's arc in this series, the author left no stone unturned, pulling out all the stops to give us all the feels and while I knew she would make things better, she still put me and my favorite characters on an emotional rollercoaster.

Things get tense after the cliffhanger in Soulless, but the way the author uses the unfortunate situation to develop the characters and their relationships is brilliant. While my hatred for Vivienne reaches epic proportions, I really have to admit that the author does know how to write a truly evil villain. Some of the scenes actually made me nauseous, which is not something that happens often.

But, through the darkness, we slowly see the light as the tale unfolds. My heart was racing while I read this book. The tension had me on the edge of my seat in the best way possible.
The characters and the plot develop alongside each other in an action packed plot. Plus, the more intimate scenes made my stomach do somersaults and cartwheels. So Good!

My conclusion? Overall this series gave me a literary org**m. The way this series is built is exquisite. This series was planned and with every book you read, you realize just how masterfully this was executed. Every piece of the puzzle fits and I'm not sure how anyone will ever top this for me.

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  • Sarah
  • 04-06-20

Wonderful

I binged this entire series the day it was available and it took me 3 days. It was so heart warming and I loved how the story kept flowing. It kept me hooked the entire time. I’ll definitely listen to this again in a few mi this I think. Well done to the author and narrators!

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  • Christy
  • 31-07-21

Spoiler alert

I’m glad they had their hea, but for me, the prison part took up waaaaayyyyyy too much of the book. I missed the romance in this book. It seemed to be more mystery than romance. That being said, it was well written and a lot of love was put into the characters.

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  • Ravens9308
  • 23-05-21

What a book hangover!!

I can't believe I didnt review this back when I read it in 2019!! So this was the last of the books I needed to listen to before Ruthless comes out in less than a week! I cannot wait for more in this world, what a journey Ivy has taken us on and I am here for more. I know there are 3 more planned in this world, I am gonna one-click them as soon as they are available ❤️❤️❤️

So in terms of the narration, I thought the narrators were on par with their performance in book 2. I think with Rome in jail, this had a lot more angst and tension and overall sadness than in the previous 2 books. We get more of the other side characters and both narrators did a great job bringing them to life. I thought Jeremy did a phenomenal job with Reid in particular when it came to his relationship with Asher. I thought Laurie did a fabulous job with Snow's grandmothers, Addison (I cant wait for her to get her comeuppance!!), and Addison's mom. 5/5 for them both, I definitely will be checking more audiobooks from them again in the near future 😊

Now to the story. I have been making my reviews pretty long for the previous 2 books in this series but I am going to keep this one much shorter because I don't want to ruin the twists and the ending for anyone. I didnt see some of them coming, some we could tell from the very beginning. I thought some were ingenious and really brought the story and world home (the VILEness of society haha). I thought Snow was a trooper despite everything trying to bring her down. I wanted to hug Rome so bad. I loved seeing Ash and Ollie step up and bring home Rome and keep the family together. I felt so bad for Elle, with whatever happened in book 2 that we won't get to know about until her story. I hope her, Chad, and Saint can get things sorted because their love is ❤️🔥❤️🔥.

I just couldn't get over this amazing trilogy and how Ivy weaved this world together. I am not a fan of bully romance, but this one was amazing (I was happy the bully stopped in book 2 for the harem). I thought Ivy really dug deep with these emotions, portraying the evilness in high society really well. How deplorable people can be, almost not even human at some points. I laughed, cried, smiled, wanted to throw my kindle across the room throughout this entire rollercoaster of a story. You will fall for these characters and root them on so hard, you will definitely have a book hangover when you are done - you have been forewarned hahaha.

5/5 stars, would recommend 10000%. Pick up this trilogy now since Elle's duet is releasing over the next couple months and I am hearing its going to be just as steamy and angsty, Ivy's speciality 😍