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Reign, by Siobhan Davis

jensreads83's review

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4.0

The conclusion to The Sainthood trilogy is downright sexy, brutal, full of intrigue, danger and a unique, special and powerful love. Siobhan Davis never fails to knock it out of the park with on the edge action, sexual tension and angst. I absolutely loved how the book picked up right where we left off from Rebellion, and it did not slow down for a single second, which made this book an epic conclusion to an already amazing series. The love between Lo and her men is so strong and unwavering. We see them grow not only individually but as a team. All characters have shown a ton of growth since the beginning of the trilogy, and it’s been a hell of a ride going on this journey with them.

It is bittersweet that these characters have come to an end and I'll always want more. However, Siobhan Davis has left me with a form of satisfaction with how she concluded their story.

booklover182022's review against another edition

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3.0

Took me way longer then normal to finish this book. I felt the series bragged on a bit. I was missing some of the suspense that keeps you hooked. Overall wasn’t bad but definitely didn’t have me on the edge of my seat

herondaneer's review against another edition

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1.0

I would never wish this series on my enemy and I'm so serious when I say this ??? Because I started this series in FEBRUARY and now the last book I've just finished, Reign, and it's flipping OCTOBER!!

Harlow Westbrook is the bane of my existence and I just wished she was the one who got injured instead of Saintly. Saintly too gives me a migraine I can't stand him GAWD!! Galen was all right in this book. MY ANGELS THE LOMLS, THEO AND CAZ, DESERVE THE WORLD!!! I want them to be together ALONE without Harlow in the mix I am SICK of her!!

Now because how is that I completely forgot they were all still in HIGH SCHOOL!?!? Until one of them brought it up or they went like once or twice the entire book??? Harlow was always acting too big for her boots good heavens!!

Also the writing was BAD!! Cringe !! It was TEW much!!! No because what the fuxk does " These guys slay me in everywhere" EVEN BLOODY MEAN?!?!?Why were they all talking like idiots??? Actually wait why I lie Theo and Caz ain't ever do anything wrong my babies mwah ill miss them the most ill decide whether or not I'm reading the epilogue novella later

Diesel is still a creep he slept with Harlow when she was under 18 and he's known her since she was 11 or sutn weirdo

Whatever i survived I'm so real for that

alwaysbereadin's review against another edition

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4.0

Thanks to wildfire marketing and the author for the advance copy. My review is unbiased and all opinions are my own.

Buckle up, buttercups because we're now on the home stretch. The Boys (and Girl) of Lowell High did not come to play today. There's twists, turns, and nothing is held back. This book and this series in general is hot, action packed and full of the kind of suspense where you need just one more page, one more chapter, one more book. Explosive and might be the best contemporary RH series I've ever read.

daniquevdijk_'s review against another edition

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3.0

“Isn’t that what freedom is? Having control over your life to live it as you please?”


jazzy_belle's review

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5.0

This book is for sure my favorite of the three books and I hate that it’s ended.
Throughout the series, Harlow, Saint, Galen, Caz, and Theo’s bonds were tested but they prevailed and continued to grow in every book. But, this book was the pinnacle of that growth. There was no second guessing their love for each other. They were true ride or dies for each other. And OMFG, the sex?? Holy shit, Siobhan warned us but I still wasn’t ready.
I was captivated, riveted, and just completely hooked on every word. This was one of those books I seriously didn’t want to put down. I greedily inhaled when I should’ve took my time because I am saddened to see their story end.
Siobhan Davis, you are a wickedly evil and twisted genius but please don’t stop.

ellebe_39's review against another edition

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dark emotional tense medium-paced
  • Plot- or character-driven? A mix
  • Strong character development? Yes
  • Loveable characters? Yes

5.0

rogue007's review

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3.0

Decent writing but some of the dialogue was awkward as hell. Saint is still my favorite followed closely by Galen. Theo and Caz were adorable and I really felt for Theo's confusion over his sexuality and his parent's expectations. Loved that my favorite side characters managed to survive and deadly twists and turns. There was a gruesome rape scene I could've done without and didn't like how Harlow turned into a sex addicted pornstar. I swear I started skimming after a while. Girl made me feel tired. Thank goodness Sinner got what was coming to him.

jenreads83's review

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4.0

The conclusion to The Sainthood trilogy is downright sexy, brutal, full of intrigue, danger and a unique, special and powerful love. Siobhan Davis never fails to knock it out of the park with on the edge action, sexual tension and angst. I absolutely loved how the book picked up right where we left off from Rebellion, and it did not slow down for a single second, which made this book an epic conclusion to an already amazing series. The love between Lo and her men is so strong and unwavering. We see them grow not only individually but as a team. All characters have shown a ton of growth since the beginning of the trilogy, and it’s been a hell of a ride going on this journey with them.

It is bittersweet that these characters have come to an end and I'll always want more. However, Siobhan Davis has left me with a form of satisfaction with how she concluded their story.

kmay17's review

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adventurous dark funny mysterious tense fast-paced
  • Plot- or character-driven? A mix
  • Strong character development? Yes
  • Loveable characters? Yes
  • Diverse cast of characters? Yes
  • Flaws of characters a main focus? Yes

5.0