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Rich Prick: A Shy Girl Bad Boy Sports Romance Kindle Edition
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I didn't look at the blurb for this book, I love to just dive into Tijan's books blind, and see where she takes me
Here we have Aspen, the girl who wants to be invisible. And Blaise, the rich prick himself! Aspen is Nate's sister, and Blaise is Cross' brother. So we know who both of those characters are and it was time to become acquainted with their siblings.
Aspen kind of stays apart from people, hopes they don't find out who her brother or parents are, and just wants to finish school in peace. Little does she know that the new kid, the rich prick, Blaise, is going to take a shine to her and do all he can to win her over.
We have our usual crazy, wild parties, jocks, and of course the hierarchy and their hangers-on. Lots of shenanigans happen, threats, fights, fun, humour...and a touch of voyeurism just to mix it up a bit!
While this can be read as a standalone, I really think you need to have read the Fallen Crest series to fully appreciate this book.
Blaise is the new God on Campus at Fallen Crest Academy. He's supremely hot, rich & full of swagger.😍 What most people don't know is he's also supremely screwed up by his childhood & the newest revelations in his life.💔 His Dad isn't his Dad, his bio Dad only just found out about him a few months ago & Blaise discovered then he also has twin siblings, Cross & Taz!!😲 He's livid ... With everyone.😡
Aspen is the quiet, invisible girl. She likes it that way. She loves going camping on her own. She's finishing her tests early so she can avoid most of the last two weeks of school & graduation altogether!!🙈 She hasn't even told her Parents when it is, they're busy anyway. The only thing she'll miss is seeing her crush around school, Blaise.💋💝 Although that's embarrassing after he caught her watching him get a happy ending, he was so hot though, she couldn't peel her eyes away!🙈🔥
These two actually connect because he realises she has issues, many of them, and it makes him feel protective of her. Finding out he has a sister may have changed him more than he's prepared to admit!👍 Then he realises she's easy to talk to, feisty, funny & doesn't judge his damage but will call him on his bull!🙏 Plus they're hot for one another.😏🔥😍
I thoroughly enjoyed 'Rich Prick' and being back in Fallen Crest.😍 We see a completely different side to the vile Zeke that we've met in the Crew books, thankfully. He's actually a decent guy who lost his way, but having his true best friend back has changed him!👍 This is an emotive & intelligent read, it's not dumbed down, even the violence it contains has reasons!😔 I loved how protective of each other this couple were, they were really sweet together.💘🔥😍 Now I'm gagging for the final Crew book to find out what the heck happened at the Frat Party!!😲💥 Oh, the epilogue's were fabulous too by the way.😀🙏😍
Debbie, 1970, UK
book was amazing. I loved every single minute of it.
The best bit was seeing how aspen grew and grew. She has gone through so much, she was in darkness and alone. I could actually see it all in my head while reading this book, like a movie. Aspen is like a butterfly, starts out in a chrysalis and then blossoms once she feels safe and ready to leave that area.
Blaise is rich, he doesn’t care showing it, he doesn’t care if it upsets you. He is honest and if that honesty hurts you then he’ll grab a Kleenex and wipe the tears away. He thought he was fine, he thought he could be the bad guy and have all the fun in the world with the girls but then he saw a girl in the woods watching him with a girl who was pleasuring him.He was intrigued and wanted to know more. Then he pushed his way into her life. But did he stay?? Did he run away or did she run away like she always does.
This book, I could read again and again. There were so many moments of laughter that reminded me of mason and Logan. I was so happy to see some people that you will remember.
Don’t expect anything Cross and Bren like when you read this. Blaise and Aspen were so much more as characters. Both had been through so much and that backstory is such a huge part of this novel which isn’t easy to read at times but is also a fact of life for too many and I congratulate Tijan for handling both situations with care and with showing a male getting help for his anger issues.
The character arc in this story for both Blaise and Aspen makes this story for me. The starting point for both- alone, dealing with serious dealings and trauma to basically winning at life and love was a beautiful thing to read and experience.
I’m so glad I gave this book a chance. It surprised me, and I think it might surprise others. Definitely in the top 3 of Tijan’s strongest novels.