Series: Wold Ridge High
Author: Renee Rose
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WHETHER SHE LIKES IT OR NOT.
The leggy car thief is trouble with a capital T.
My brother went down because of her
I need to find him before the cops do.
Which means I’m not letting her out of my sight.
Anywhere the human goes, I go.
I’ll play her fake boyfriend.
Sleep in her bedroom.
Go to her prep school classes.
Take her to the homecoming dance.
I will learn all her secrets, find out all her games.
By the time I’m done with her, she’ll be sorry.
Sorry she ever set foot in our shop.
Sorry we ever met.
Sorry she made me fall for her.
I have to admit that this was so much better than book one! We have two characters that you can actually root for and a suspenseful plot that will keep you wondering what would happen.
I couldn’t help but root for Sloane and Bo. Even when they were fighting the attraction they had for each other, it was still there and you could cut it with a knife.
“Because I love you Sloane. You’re the fucking Earth and moon and stars to me. And I would die before I let you go. Even without a mating bite”.
I did have to take off a star because some things weren’t believable and because this is really New Adult in a YA setting. There was quite a bit of sex here. While they were technically still in high school, this isn’t young adult and I don’t want anyone to think it is. Also, the amount of leniency these kids have was laughable. His mom let him stay out for days and her aunt never checked on her Sloan in her bedroom? Okay, sure.
All in all, I mostly enjoyed it even though some things were a bit unbelievable. I’m hopeful that we get books about the other guys!
6 thoughts on “Alpha Knight (Wolf Ridge High #2) by Renee Rose”
I’m glad this one was better than the first. I wish authors would just set these books in college sometimes, though. It would probably still work, right?
This would have worked so much better in college!
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Oh no, not the leniency thing. My daughter tried to get me to watch Outer Banks with her and I just couldn’t get over the leniency thing so she made me stop watching with her. I’m thinking I might have the same issues with this one. Still, thanks for sharing your review Kayla!
The leniency was so shocking here. To be honest, a lot of these more advanced YA romances have that leniency tone to them.
This is an excellent review Kayla! And yes sometimes in “YA” we have some elements that are not believable.
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Thank you, Sophie ☺️
I agree about the things in YA, this should have at least been set in college.