Filthy Rich Boys (Rich Boys of Burberry Prep Book 1) by C.M. Stunich

This is the first book in the Rich Boys of Burberry Prep series.

Description
Break the new girl.
That should be easy, right?
Trash like her doesn’t belong at Burberry Prep.
No, Marnye Reed is going down, and we plan to make a spectacle out of it.
Let’s see who can make her fall in love first.
Bet’s on. Any takers?


Take on the filthy rich boys.
They’re the idols of the school, veritable gods on earth.
Old Money. New money. A rising star.
These guys are nothing like the ones at my old school.
I might come from nothing, but I’m determined to be someone, and I won’t let them get in my way.
They say they’ll make my life a living hell; I think they mean to keep that promise.

This book was brilliant to read. The characters are good, the storyline is great and the plot developed well.

The first chapter does give away the ending, but it didn’t change how great this book was to read, and how the ending comes to happen.

Marnye was a great character. She’s strong and determined, if not a little naieve at times. She was far too trusting and should have known better, but she don’t half have a backbone. You can’t fault her will power though. She gets bullied by everyone time and time again, but always comes through on top.

The boys were great too. Creed, Zayd and Tristan, the Idols, are cruel. Each one had their own personality and each one an absolute dick. The whole way through, you know the small kind streak was going to end, but the way it ends was still unexpected and harsh. I feel like the chemistry between them had some truth in it, bet or no bet, and I’m looking forward to seeing where this leads.

The girls were so much worse though. They were so bitchy and I really hope they get what’s coming to them.

The storyline was great. There were plenty of twists thrown in, and the ending leaves you wanting to read more. I hope she comes back and shows those boys that they’ve messed with the wrong girl, and I hope they realise just what they’ve done.

Overall, this book was brilliant to read and I’d definitely recommend it.

My rating: 5/5*

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