ARC Review | See No Evil (Brotherhood #1) by Jordan Ford

Book Review #96

Title: See No Evil

Author: Jordan Ford

Format: e-book

Release Date: October 28, 2016



All Christiana wanted was a little flirty fun.

What she got was a one-way ticket to her own personal nightmare.

Her friend is dead…and she knows who did it. Now a key witness in a murder trial, she’s been hidden away in the one place no one will think to look for her: Eton Preparatory School for Boys.
It’s a stupid move. Insane. But she doesn’t have a choice.

Instead of completing her senior year with the popular crowd, she’s being forced to hide in a school with exactly zero XX chromosomes. Even worse, she’s somehow supposed to act like the Neanderthals walking the halls.

But then she meets the guys next door—the smoking-hot ones. And it doesn’t help that one in particular could unravel her in a heartbeat… and potentially blow her cover. How’s she supposed to resist Trey Calloway, the star hockey player who never backs down from a fight…and who never takes no for an answer?

She’s supposed to be focused on staying safe, not on the guy who’s getting under her skin. Her chilling past isn’t going to suddenly disappear.

In fact, it might just be catching up with her. 

I love this new concept that the author, Jordan Ford has arranged for the Brotherhood series. This one is more suspense and intense compared to the previous series. The last one was more of a family and high school drama where this one is full on life changing experiences. 

I love all the characters that has been portrayed beautifully by the author. Even the evil ones play a huge role as the story progresses. Ivan The Terrible is such a soul crushing character. He is as worst as Christiana’s murderer uncle. Trey is so sweet and caring. Christiana is very lucky to have someone like Trey in her life. I absolutely agree when Trey said that Christiana is strong. She is. Both emotionally and physically. 

The plotline just adds up with one another. They are all connected as the story evolves gradually. 
I am intrigued by this series because it is so different. Different in a good way. 

I am definitely interested to read more of this series when I will be given the opportunity to read them soon. 

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