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He walked into school on his first day and owned it. I guess that's what happens when you're a prick, rich, and you're best friends with the ruling school's king. Also didn't hurt that he's drop-dead gorgeous. 

That's all fine. I mean, I have nothing to do with them. I'm a loner, invisible, and that's how I wanted it to be. I was even proud of it, until I wasn't. Until I saw a girl kneel before him. Until I couldn't look away. Until he caught me watching. 

His name is Blaise Devroe. My name is Aspen Monson. He only knew how to get, command, and demand attention. I knew how to do everything but that. 

And this is our story. 

Rich Prick is a full 100,000-word stand-alone.

©2020 Tijan (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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A must for all Tijan fans - I loved it

It’s not secret that I’m a huge Tijan fan, and of course anything Fallen Crest, and although Rich Prick is a complete standalone, there are quite a few references to the Fallen Crest crew and their family and friends. I loved how it tied in to previous books, and fans of Fallen Crest will recognise Aspen’s surname (Monson), yes that’s correct, she’s Nate’s little sister. Blaise Devore too, has links to all the crew, and yes pun intended, and yes the title of the book fits perfectly, he’s also much more than that. In fact both Aspen and Blaise have had their fair share of trauma growing up, and therein lies their problems with their family, because, yes, it all boils down to family in the end. I loved the interactions between Blaise and Aspen, they were always so true and meaningful, and let’s face it Blaise has quite the temper, he holds grudges, and he hardly ever lets anyone into his inner circle, but he’s a teddy bear when it comes to Aspen, and I just loved that. A beautiful, highly emotional, high school drama that I could not get enough of. Even with all his baggage, Blaise is a firm favourite in my book boyfriend list of ‘yes please’. I adored him and his honesty and protectiveness of those he loved. Lee Samuels narrated Blaise perfectly, he’s new to me, and definitely someone I’ll be looking up. As always Grace Grant was just complete and utter perfection. I’ve never heard her narrate a bad book.

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Excellent

This was an excellent book, the characters were really cool, I loved how zeek was a typical frat boy, he made me laugh a lot, lol The young lovers story was heart warming and I loved them both. The narrators were fantastic they did the story proud! I recommend this book it was truly an interesting and exciting story.

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  • GSKM in sc
  • 27-10-20

Blaise and his girl

I love that there is an audible version of this book. Love the story. However the female narration is extremely bad. She can’t distinguish between characters...any of them. Absolutely bad. The male narrator was such a relief when he spoke. If not for him, I would have sent this back. Please Tijan, don’t ever use this female narrator again. This story is really good. Fell in love with Blaise and his girl. Fortunately I read the story and listened at same time (turning volume down really low when female narrator spoke and back up when the guy started speaking.

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  • Amanda Anderson/Beauty.and.the.bookies
  • 12-11-20

Tijan is a genius

seriously This author is INCREDIBLE at her job. She is a BEAST. I am so impressed. every single book is a HIT.

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  • chewy
  • 26-10-20

Loved parts of this book

In the beginning of the novel, the female character is a little strange and somethings are hard to understand, but it gets really good after the two characters hook up. The last chapter and the first epilogue are confusing. I still very much liked the book.

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  • Donna (BookDragonGirl)
  • 25-11-20

I loved this book!!

I loved this!! Especially Aspen!! She was so real and relatable. Blaise was such a complex character with a background that caused him PTSD. He is also Cross (from the Crew series) half brother). But Aspen was the only thing that grounded him. Aspen was a neglected child who was Nate Monson’s (from Fallen Crest series) little sister. They had another brother too. Aspen went through some really bad trauma and she had no support through it and so became a loner, who always tried to be invisible. But Blaise brought her out from that...gently. He was a prick to everyone but Aspen! I loved, loved this book!! I really wish this was the beginning of a new series!! It would have made a great series!! But it’s a standalone, and a really great one!!! The narrators were awesome at portraying the characters feelings and emotions. And that was extremely important in this character driven story!!!

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  • ShootingStar919
  • 18-11-20

Don’t Listen To This Audiobook! Read It Instead.

I LOVE Tijan and was so excited for this novel. After enduring nearly 4 hours, I am calling it quits. The female narrator is HORRIBLE! Her male voices are absolutely terrible. She makes me cringe constantly. Her delivery of sarcasm and slang needs major work. It’s like having my mom read the book to me and she has no idea what she’s reading, and when she tries, it comes out all wrong. Honestly, after this rendition, I’m not even sure I like the book at all. Maybe I’ll read it someday, but not anytime soon. Who picks these narrators? Tijan had some awesome narrators in her previous books. What the heck happened?

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  • Uvanca
  • 05-11-20

Never disappointed

Again Tijan never disappoints. one of the best authors love her books. The book was so good couldn't put it down. loved both the narrators

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-11-20

Owen

I hate Tijan did not mention Owen in the end of the book. I think it would have been good to address that.

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  • Cole
  • 29-10-20

Love love love !

I love this book! They are perfect for each other so patient n loved. A nice girl falls in love with a bad guy is every girl dream.

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  • Susie
  • 27-10-20

Too much angst

I think it would have been better if there wasn’t so many personal issues for both characters. Aspen was so all over the place and it was hard to follow along with her thought process... especially when Owen was in her head. Blaise’ anger issues made it hard for me to feel empathetic. He was too much of a prick. I think if Tijan had dialed it back a bit on both characters the story telling would have been better. I didn’t feel anything for either main characters. I like the male narrator but Grace has never done it for me. Her voice sounds too old for a high schooler. Also, the epilogues were pointless... especially Blaise’. I like Tijan’s other books but this one was a disappointment.

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  • Carolyn D
  • 25-10-20

I’m confused!

I need to listen to this book again. I like this type of story with lots of characters and stuff. I could not keep up with all the group of family and friends. I mean parents are around and not around. Brothers and sisters not knowing each other. I have read so many of these high school /college bully type situations, bad parenting, devoted friendships, angry ex’s, apologies bla bla bla. I think maybe there wasn’t enough character building and introduction. I didn’t know who belonged to who, who is beating up who and why. It was so confusing. I have so much respect for writers. Even if I dont like a story, if I finish it I give 5 stars. Honestly, I was thinking I was slow-witted, but no, it has to be this author. This was not written good.