Review: REIGN by Siobhan Davis


Reign by Siobhan Davis
Series: The Sainthood – Boys of Lowell High, book 3
Genre: dark, NA romance
Publisher: self published
Publication Date: July 30, 2020
Rating: ★★★★ 1/2

*This story contains triggers that might be upsetting to readers.

My heart is racing and holy mother this book was one heck of a ride.

I really like that this book got deeper into emotions, but I love that it had so much steam. I could almost feel the pages burning. These characters have such amazing chemistry and the guys have an absolute connection with not only Harlow but with each other as well. It’s just everything I needed.

The story was fast-paced and there was a lot left to be resolved and that one person needed to be GONE gone. I am thrilled with how everything connected and how the story turned out.

I will definitely miss all of these characters because I’d really come to adore all of them. This story is just what I needed in terms of action, steam and character development.

I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book. 

4.5 Stars!


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The thrilling final installment in The Sainthood series by USA Today bestselling author Siobhan Davis.

Everything changed after the attempt on my life, and now, I’m more determined than ever to crush my enemies until they lie in pieces at my feet.

Sinner believes he has pushed me into a corner, but he underestimates my thirst for revenge.

Nothing will stand in my way.

And I’m no longer in this alone. Saint, Galen, Caz, and Theo have won my trust and my heart. Together, we are an unbreakable team and an unstoppable force.

Staying one step ahead of the game is critical to our success, so we’ve little choice but to partner with the most unlikely of allies. The situation is tense and fraught with danger, and it’s not just our lives at stake.

Everything rests on finding the evidence that links The Sainthood to Daphne Leydon’s kidnapping and murder, and we’re running out of time.

Sinner thinks war has already come to Lowell. But he has overlooked his deadliest enemy and the challenge that comes from within.

We won’t stop until he’s defeated and we have taken his crown.

Sinner is going down.

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