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Review – The Sainthood – Complete Series by Siobhan Davis

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The Sainthood; The Complete Series 
(The complete series and bonus novella)

by: Siobhan Davis

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This is the complete series with a bonus novella set twelve years in the future and let me tell you the novella is EVERYTHING!!

Harlow, Saint, Caz, Galan, and Theo are all together in this complete collection where you can gawk at the delicious covers side by side as if you were Harlow (this is truly one of my favorite RH sets because of these gorgeous men) and you binge read for hours and hours without waiting for the next release. The Sainthood has been one of my favorite trilogies to read this entire year.

Resurrection (The Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High #1)

Resurrection, book 1, opens with a flaming, wild ride that doesn’t stop. The entire way through is a high octane ride that will keep your blood pumping.  Siobhan Davis created a dark, bully romance world filled with dysfunction and carnality where the story is gripping, raw, and heartpounding!

There are a lot of – WHOA! OMG! WTF! moments, but it’s so amazing good that you can’t stop turning the pages.

What I love most about this entire story is, Harlow “Lo” is a take no prisoners character. I love that she doesn’t bow down to society’s standards or let shame take over for slanders and slurs. She takes charge of her own destiny not waiting around for a knight to rescue her. She’s ruthless, unphased and basically heartless in her pursuit, but I’ll basically say in her plan, no one is untouchable, no one is a friend, and there is no one she can trust. She is one of my all time favorite female characters and I absolutely love her.

Rebellion (The Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High, #2)

Rebellion, book 2, is a pivotal shifting book, but was my favorite in the trilogy and deserved ten stars.

Rebellion is full of passionate, dirty, delicious moments. Tons of emotion and lots of action. Harlow once again proves to be a strong female lead that knows what she wants, is not easily swayed, and is a force to be reckoned with. Harlow, Saint, Galan, Theo, and Caz all get a POV in this book, and we get an insight into each of their pasts along with what is happening in current events. This is why this book is so pivotal, even through we get glimpses of everyone, who can Harlow really trust since she is leary of everyone.

The second installment of The Sainthood is so amazingly good, it was really hard to pick a point on where to begin gushing over Siobhan’s brilliance of this series., but overall you won’t be able to put this book down once you begin.

Reign (The Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High, #3)

Reign, book 3, is the final book in the Sainthood trilogy and it brings three times the emotions, three times the jaw dropping plot twists, and three times the panty melting smexy moments.

Reign is appropriately titled on many levels, the first being Harlow reigning as queen and Saint, Galen, Caz, and Theo all sitting by her side as her kings. Their love for one another grows stronger throughout this last book and the emotional connection they all share only increases as the danger grows.

Harlow has never once been a wallflower. Her strong female character, take no prisoners, feels no shame over what she wants and desires are just a few of the traits I love about her. She truly reigns over whatever task she takes on and doesn’t let anyone stand in her way, not even her men.

These five have a lot on their plate, but when they work together they are a force to be reckoned with. Reign is an explosive experience. It’s moving and intense. You are bound to love this final book!

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The bonus novella, set twelve years in the future, is going to make you smile, cry and make your heart race. Siobhan has once again brought this family together and given us everything that made this series special to begin with.

Harlow, Saint, Galan, Caz, and Theo are all unique and special in their own way, but together as a family they only make each other stronger.

The fact that Siobhan gave us this exclusive novella says so much not only for us readers, but they had an impact on her too. It’s a wonderful gift and it was perfect!

Synopsis:

complete dark romance trilogy from USA Today bestselling author Siobhan Davis. Contains an EXCLUSIVE BONUS NOVELLA set twelve years after the end of Reign.

Everything changed the night my dad died.

The night I met Saint, Galen, Caz, and Theo.

Those manipulative a-holes set out to ruin me after our hot night together, but they didn’t realize you can’t destroy something that’s already broken. And it only works if the victim cares.

Which I don’t.

Because I’ve been in hell for years, and nothing penetrates the steel walls I’ve erected.

Until The Sainthood decides I belong to them and cracks appear in my veneer. Their cruel games, harsh words, and rough touch awakens something inside me, and now, I’m in trouble.

They draw me deeper into their dangerous world, until I’m in the middle of all the violence and gang warfare, tangled up in all the secrets and lies, and there’s no turning back.

Because they own me.

And nothing has ever felt so right.

I’m exactly where I should be.

But with enemies on all sides, survival becomes a deadly game with no guarantees.

And, sometimes, saints become sinners.

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