Trouble at Brayshaw High by Meagan Brandy – Review

“He likes my crazy, and I want his madness. It’s pretty f***ing simple.” – Raven

Raven will do whatever it takes to protect her boys, Maddoc, Captain, and Royce. She is even willing to work with their enemy in order to keep them safe. As Raven discovers more and more about the past and more light is shed on the feud between the Brayshaw’s and the Graven’s, she’s left with way more questions than she has answers too. When she has a run in with someone from her past, the world she thought she knew is tilted on its axis, and she is left helpless to figure out what it all means. When a bombshell is dropped on Raven and inadvertently the boys, her life is flipped upside down once again. When her past tries to interfere with her future, the boys have to ask themselves, are they willing to lose the girl who has come to mean so much to them, or are they going to fight back?

This is the second book in the Brayshaw High series and let me just tell you, this book was even better than the first. I have never been on red alert reading as much as I was in this book. This book was journey, an emotional roller coaster that I never want to get off of. Meagan slayed me in the first book, and then put me back together only to slay me once again. This woman is the QUEEN!! She writes the most angst filled books that I can’t get enough of. Her writing is absolute gold. If I could give this book more than 5 stars I would. The relationships that all 4 of the main characters have together is out of this world and the way they fight for each other is something beautiful to watch unfold. I will say, I hate that this was a cliffhanger (again) but that just gives me that much more anticipation waiting for book 3!!

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