Brutal Blueblood

· Hellfire Club Book 3 · Dangerous Press
4.5
17 reviews
Ebook
300
Pages
Eligible

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Owen Montgomery is arrogant and unfeeling—with cold, haughty manners and a British accent sharper than any knife.

I’ve been secretly in love with him for years, knowing there’s no way he could ever notice me. The scholarship girl. The poor girl.

Until that night in Ibiza…

I vow to focus only on my future. Little do I know that I’ve awakened an obsession in Owen that will soon outgrow the halls of Pembroke Prep and spill over into the real world.

Owen wants me, and he’ll stop at nothing to have me.

Soon I find myself with an impossible choice. Do I choose my goals? Or do I choose the blueblood whose kisses are as brutal as his love?

Welcome to the Midnight Dynasty... The warring Morelli and Constantine families have enough bad blood to fill an ocean, and their brand new stories will be told by your favorite dangerous romance authors.

WARNING: This book is intended for readers eighteen years old and over. It contains material that some readers could find disturbing. Enter at your own risk...

4.5
17 reviews
Love-Leigh Book Reviews
May 27, 2021
•”One More Tomorrow”• This was a bit of a hot and cold read for me, meaning, I was unsure how I felt about certain aspects, but overall enjoyed it. Tanith was great, she’s a smart, independent and hard working young woman. I adored Owen, despite his faux pas lol, he’s a sweet, caring, intelligent, strong, young man and his fierceness with Tanith was amazing. They do not lack in the chemistry department either, I’ve found that to be one of strongest parts to all of Becker Grays books. The buildup and intensity between the characters are some the hottest and best to read. Owen and his title of “Ice King” I felt did not fit him. For me he just came off as more calm, reserved and maybe even a little dense or unawares at times, that probably more due to immaturity as these are still high school students. Maybe I’m misinterpreting the “ice” aspect but to me, with it attached to a title like King it elicits something like ice in his veins. So, with a bold nickname as such I feel we need to see why. Where we see plenty of reference to Rhys being cruel, once even being referred to as a “viper”, I would’ve like to have seen something similar for Owen. As for the other characters I really struggled with this. I love the bond between the two groups, but I felt like there was A LOT of time spent talking about not just the other friends but specifically Sera. I know she is a major presence in all their lives but it felt a little overwhelming to the plot of Owen and Tanith story at times. I enjoyed the story, the way it was laid out, the evolution of the relationship with the highs and lows and felt Owen and Tanith were a perfect match.
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Ashley Charlebois
May 27, 2021
Rating: 💋💋💋💋 These Hellfire Club boys are insane… but I’m absolutely loving them! Tanith and Owen are such a wild couple. Watching their relationship flourish throughout Brutal Blueblood was intriguing. Off and on, Tanith drove me crazy and so did Owen. He was the king of putting his foot in his mouth and Tanith sometimes had too much pride and snapped over the dumbest of things. All throughout high school, she had a crush on Owen and he just didn’t seem to notice her until a trip to Ibiza. It stung her that he only finally noticed then, even though their friends sort of ran in the same circle. I guess it would be frustrating to have been crushing on a guy that didn't realize you existed... but, when you're also known to be a quiet bookworm, who keeps to yourself, how are you really expected to be noticed? These two were such spicy characters. Sometimes the quiet bookworm types are the most wildest… in secret. Owen’s a dirty-talking, alphahole, whom you can’t help but to fall for. And Tanith does… fast. She pretends to be all embarrassed by the way that Owen is, but you know damn well she absolutely loves it. She’s a dirty girl as well. And it’s nice to see a heroine owning that side of themselves. I loved the sprinkling of the side characters throughout Brutal Blueblood. While you don’t have to read the first two books, I think it helps you keep the vast amount of characters straight. Side note, I absolutely LOVE the name Tanith. It’s so fun and unique. Definitely looking forward to the rest of the Hellfire Club books!
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L Gonzalez
May 29, 2021
This is a sexy, teenage angst romance. Introvert Tanith manages to catch Owen's, her crush, eye. Even though, he's smart and level headed, he was a rich, clueless dumbass when it came to Tanith. Owen would screw up and she would overact sometimes. Typical teen behavior. I liked Owen and Tanith, even if they made me want to throw my hands up in frastration. I enjoyed reading this and looking forword to reading the rest of the Hellfire Club.
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