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I had their love once.  

They saw me for the girl I am and the person I yearn to become one day - a woman who thrives in her freedom and dances away in her rightfully earned independence. They saw all the strong, unafraid parts of me and coaxed each one of them out, daring me to dream bigger, climb higher.  

They never once saw the girl I had been groomed to see in the mirror. The abandoned daughter of a dead man. The unwanted child of a woman who despised her. The broken body formed wrong and built on a shaky foundation, threatening to fall apart and shatter.  

They made all the ugliness disappear and left only wonder and promise. The love we shared for each other was probably the only miracle I would be granted in this life, and I knew they felt the same.  

Or so I thought.  

Everything I held dear has been robbed from me, and I’ve been a victim of theft too many times to mention. I will not have them steal my pride. They can keep my heart, for all I care.  

The day they became my stepbrothers, it stopped working anyway.    

Heartless is the first installment in the Privileged of Pembroke High series that ends in a cliff-hanger. This is a bully/enemy-to-lovers, #whychoose, new-adult contemporary romance, 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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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-06-20

Wow....

I’m not sure if this is really a billy romance, maybe half yes half no? Narration was on point! This story was so much more than I thought it was going to be and what a cliffhanger!! I’m going to go read the next two books because I can’t wait for it to come out on audible. Super happy I found it and it’s so worth the credit especially if you love RH dark bully romance. On par with Filthy Rich Boys in my opinion.

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  • Sonia4479
  • 25-09-20

Great narration. story was just above average

I liked the book, thanks to the narrators the book was better. I'm still on the fence on proceeding to next book, even with the big cliff hanger. It doesn't appear that h is going to get her hea anytime soon since this is part 1 of 5 and the last 2 are not even available. My fault should have checked that, but I can only handle 3 books before I get frustrated with the unresolved conflicts, especially when the conflict is a jump to conclusions on both Heros, yes this does appear to be RH, but nothing major occurs in this book with the h /H/H, just heavy petting. overall, ok story it kept my attention, but I wasn't anxious to read / hear more like my other reads.

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  • Autumn
  • 16-09-20

its no secret I love a good RH BOOK

Heartless honestly through me for a loop. Was it an RH romance or was it a Bully book. I went back and forth and I think, I think maybe it's both. which is wonderful because I don't think I've really read a Bully RH before and I'm all about new experiences. Holland is dating twin brothers, they are rich and super easy on the eyes. Basically shes living the dream. But actually shes not. Her mom is just disgusting, her father committed suicide after stealing millions. Shes lived with her grandmother for so long most people didn't even know her parents had kids. Disgusting right? Well her bright spot is the twins, Asher and Oliver. They love her and its pretty freaking sweet. The thing is they don't know who she really is. They think she's a townie, shes not. When the twin's older brother Roman discovers who Holland really is things get messy and go from bad to worse. Heartbroken the twins ICE her out. ANNNNNDDD she becomes their new step sister. queue my cheers for step-sibling romance!!!! As cruel as Roman is though like I hope he jumps into this romance with Holland and his brothers, once they forgive her which is completely inevitable. I really enjoyed this one and the epilogue had my jaw on the floor. I really need to know what happens next.

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  • Harollyn Johnson
  • 26-08-20

I'm completely upset 😡

I have seen this book pop up several times as something that I might like. I completely overlooked this book for months. I must say... from the beginning to end I was sucked in. Not once did I think about how long the book was and I didn't get upset with the heroine! I mean totally submerged in this book and into their world! How irresponsible it was for me to pass on this book! The way the author set this storyline and even the conflicts are believable. I mean wow! I didn't even notice that my hours had come to an end. Cliffhanger DONE RIGHT!!!! BRAVO!!

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  • Tamica Gates
  • 17-11-20

What an ending

Holland is a character I root for to get everything she deserves. Her mother Vivian is the worse and her father before he died was not much better. In love with twins Asher and Ollie Grayson their lives are about to become even more entwined. The ending of this book has my mouth dropped open. I can’t wait to see what comes in book 2.

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  • gabriella
  • 24-06-20

Ehh..

It started out ok..but after a while it gets irritating to the point it's not a worth reading.