Bully Me: A Dark High School Romance (Willow Heights Prep Academy: The Elite Book 1)
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The three Darling cousins, each one more cruel and gorgeous than the last, rule the halls of Willow Heights like kings.

None is worse than Devlin Darling, who makes it his personal mission to ruin his rivals.

Starting with me.

The Darling family owns Faulkner and everyone in it. They're not happy with our new money moving into their small southern town, where they've held all the wealth, power, and privilege for generations. Their sons are the town's royalty, and they aren't about to give up their thrones to my brothers.

On my first day at the town's elite prep school, I'm given one piece of advice. "Don't make waves, and you might survive."

Fine by me. I just want to keep my head down and start over in a school where no one knows my name or my secrets. When I make the mistake of crossing Devlin Darling, that dream is shattered. Suddenly, I'm an unwilling player in his twisted games, and everyone is watching. Waiting for Devlin to break me and bring me to my knees.

Too bad I don't kneel for anyone.

*Bully Me is the first book in a New Adult/high school romance suitable for readers 18+. If you have ANY triggers, this author is not for you. *

Perfect for readers who love:
+bully romance
+high school dark romance
+sports romance
+small town romance
+star-crossed lovers & warring families


Book Length:
New adult fiction is now a growing genre of fiction using protagonists in the 18-30 age bracket. In this genre, the publications are written for the age group of 18-30. New Adult is an emerging marketplace that attracts readers in their late teens and early twenties, which are too frequently missing from the pages of both Young Adult and Adult novels to the forefront. In this category, we generally saw some books on new situations and responsibilities that adults carry with them, how adults overcome their bad situations and some exciting stories that remind us about our adult phase.

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