Reject – Review

Reject is book 2 in The Academy of Misfits series. Book 1 (Delinquent) is already out and available. If you haven’t had the pleasure of reading it, get off of this page. The link is attached to this paragraph so you can read that piece of awesome. Reading Reject before reading Delinquent is ill advised. Go forth and read.



Reject picks up where Delinquent leaves off, so you literally hit the proverbial ground running. I can advise against reading this novel while drinking a double screwdriver on an airplane. Haha, yeah. I had to re-start the novel after that. After I was screwdriver free, I read this novel inside of a couple of days. Normally I like to read books in one sitting, but I was attending an out of town book/author signing adventure. It was really hard on my anal retentiveness because I wanted to read this book so bad, yet I didn’t want to miss out on anything while out of town.

Asia, and her guys never fail to enthrall me. Emotions are high, and relationships are developing. Some further than others. The characters and individual stories have such depth, and emotion. Often, some authors only provide minimal backgrounds and focus only on the main characters. Bea Paige not only creates each individual main characters story, but the details she gives are well thought out and believable. She even includes the supporting characters a backstory and details. The way the author breathes life into their stories is nothing short of amazing. It’s like you’re there, but at the same time…thank fuck you’re not really.



Blurb direct from Reject’s Amazon sale page:

What’s the saying: keep your friends close and your enemies closer?

Guess I’m about to find out just how difficult that really is. I might have my best friend back but his safety and that of my chosen family depends on me doing something I vowed never to do.
Join Camden’s crew.
Thing is, you don’t turn down the leader of Hackney’s Hackers and then get a second chance without forfeiting something in return. The relationships I was just starting to build, is that too high of a price?
Sonny with his joking nature and dimples.
Ford with his mysterious dominance and protective instinct.
Eastern with his unyielding loyalty and feeling of home.
This term at Oceanside Academy, my sanity will be pushed to the limit as I walk the fine line between friend and foe. All I know is this better be worth it because I’m about to learn something important about myself. I was happy being a delinquent, but a reject…? Not so much.

**Reject is book two of this new gritty, contemporary reverse harem academy trilogy for 17+ readers and contains foul language and sexual scenes**  Book 2:


See what I mean? Gahhh. A couple of things I need to mention. 1. As mentioned in the previous post, this novel is not written in standard English. It is written with colloquialisms, terms, and jargon from across the pond. I had to Google a couple of phrases I was unfamiliar with, but I’m all for learning new things! Second. Reject does end on a cliffhanger. My jaw still drops when I think about that ending. However, that just makes me that much more excited for Family to come out. As always, Happy Reading! – Quare Eligere


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