#Review “Reckless at Raleigh High” by Callie Hart

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5 Argento CROWNS 

Quite frankly, this whole series has been brutal, each instalment a Big Dipper of a rollercoaster ride. Reckless is no exception. It’s a book of many tears, some sad, some happy, some of frustration and some because of injustice. Some simply because of a Fleetwood Mac song that, for me, conveyed so much. I felt it all and I loved it.

There’s not an awful lot I can say without giving spoilers and believe me, if you’ve come this far with Silver and Alex on their journey, you don’t want to miss a single moment of it. I will say, however, that the beginning of Reckless will steal your breath with a devastating event. I did wonder if, out of everything they’d been through, this was the one which would tear these two apart.

Never sugar coated, the hits just kept on coming. Despite that, I felt a sense of relief for Silver. Opportunities to stand up for herself and others that were not available before presented themselves here and gave her a form of justice. If I was the fist pumping sort, I would’ve raised my arm in the air to cheer her on. As for the other players in this story, good, or bad, these were all great characters, even the despicable ones. They were well written, with depth and personality, each with their own part to play, which they did beautifully thanks to this talented author.

This book is everything and has everything. Danger, drama, violence, twists and turns, excitement, humor, love and loyalty. Reckless at Raleigh High is an amazing conclusion to this fantastic series.

Just one final thought. If you liked Silver’s dad Cameron in the previous books, you’re going to LOVE him in this one!


Reckless At Raleigh High (Raleigh Rebels Book 3) by [Hart, Callie]

Synopsis:

“When will we have given enough? When will we have lost enough? If there’s no one out there keeping track of how much pain we’re dealt, how much we’re asked to bear, then that’s the most terrifying thing, Silver. ’Cause if there’s no one keeping track…then there’s no one out there to make it stop.”

Pain is a currency the residents of Raleigh are rich in.

For Silver Parisi, life should be simpler than ever now that Jacob Weaving is behind bars. However, corruption runs deep within Raleigh’s town limits, and power and money will turn even those sworn to serve and protect in the end.

Alex Moretti’s never had anything to lose. Kicked from foster home to foster home, beaten, broken and abandoned, he’s used to fighting for his own survival. The brutal challenges he’s had to face have hardened him. Made him a savage force to be reckoned with.

But even the strongest amongst us have a breaking point…

* The third and final book in the Raleigh Rebels Series is out now. Join us for Alex and Silver’s last installment and get ready for the rollercoaster ride! *

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Synopsis:

 SYNOPSIS:

Silver

Hit me.
Kick me.
Hurt me.
Hate me.

There’s nothing that the students of Raleigh High can do to Silver Parisi anymore. Over the past year, she’s had to endure more pain and suffering than most people are asked to bear in their lifetimes. She’s a pariah, an outcast, a ghost. She’s also never been one to take shit lying down, though…despite what half the football team might say.

With only one hundred and sixty-eight days left of the school year, it won’t be long until graduation, and Silver’s planning on skipping town and leaving Raleigh firmly in her rearview mirror…

Until he comes along…

Alex

Orphan.
Degenerate.
Reprobate.
Deviant.
Alex Moretti’s earned most of his labels, and he’s not shamed of a single one of them. He’ll earn far worse before he’s finished with his new found ‘friends’ at Raleigh High. Having spent years being ground down under the boot heel of society, it’s time for a little payback. And if exacting a revenge upon the heads of the Raleigh elite means he can also help the beautiful girl who hovers in the shadows, then that’s all for the better.

Oil and water. Fire and ice. The differences between Silver and Alex are broader than any chasm. To reach one another, they must take a leap of faith and fall into the divide.

And falling?

Nothing good ever came from falling.

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Synopsis: 

The second installment in the best-selling Raleigh Rebels Series, by USA Today Bestselling Author Callie Hart.

SILVER

Kiss me.
Hold me.
Claim me.
Love me.

It’s hard to remember what life was like before the dark-haired, dark-eyed devil waltzed into Silver’s life and set fire to her soul.

The town of Raleigh is gradually returning to normal after the painful losses it suffered. Jacob Weaving and his football f#@k boys are nothing but tainted memories in Silver’s rear-view mirror. The halls of Raleigh High don’t even inspire the same terror that they used to…

But…

Falling in love so hard, so fast was always bound to blind a girl. Silver has been too wrapped up in her inked-up hero to notice any of the signs: all is not as it should be at Raleigh High. The Raleigh High elite haven’t forgotten the girl who dared defy them…

And now it’s time to make her pay.

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About the Author

Callie Hart is a USA Today bestselling author of dark romance novels. She is an obsessive romantic who loves throwing a dark twist into her stories. Her characters are imperfect, flawed individuals who dictate when she eats, sleeps and breathes. She loves to travel, and often pens her books when she’s on the road, drawing inspiration from her often unique and wild surroundings.

If she’s not writing, you’ll undoubtedly find her with her nose buried deep in a book, or binge watching Game of Thrones.

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4 Comments

  1. Haven’t heard of this one before so I’m glad to read this, will have to check it out.

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