The Ghost Bird Series by C.L. Stone...
Friendly warning:If you like to read classy well thought out books with relatively few cliches and at least a chance at being realistic, these books are not for you. If you like strong female leads who can take care of themselves, then the Ghost Bird series is not for you. If repetitiveness of actions (if you blush one more time Sang Sorenson, I swear) really bothers you, do not read. If the idea of a reverse harem freaks you out, walk away now. If a book with an abusive parent relationship is out of the question, do not read these books. However, if you dream of having your own little harem of incredibly attractive smart men at your beck and call who are all looking out for you, READ THESE BOOKS!
If you know me, you know that I'm shamefully addicted to these damn books. Why? Who knows. They are a soap opera where the girl doesn't have to pick what eye candy she gets because she gets to have them all. Last night, the cover for the lastest book, slotted to come out April 28th, was revealed.
Are you ready kids?
Aye Aye Captain!
I can't hear you!
Aye Aye Captain!
Sang Sorenson dreams of what life might be like for her in the Academy, but joining isn't as easy as simply writing an exam or passing an interview. She'll need to pull the team together to get them on her side in order for it to work, which is harder than it sounds. The boys will do anything to protect her, which, for some, means keeping her out.
But that’s not all that’s going on in Sang’s complicated life. After a shocking revelation, Gabriel Coleman splinters himself off from everyone, avoiding not just his Academy team, but even going so far as to avoid Sang. Desperate to bring him back and get him on her side, Sang digs deep into his past to try to discover a way to reach out to him.
His truth is riddled with tragic events, but with the help of Kota, Victor, Silas, Nathan, Luke and North, she might be able to reach out to him before envy and despair drag him too far down to be saved.
The Academy, Deeply Bonded
So...I'm a little excited. Not sorry at all. These books grab you by your hair and drag you into the plot, kicking and screaming. You'll wonder what happened to your good sense and why you are reading this but you will fall in love with at least one of the boys (if not all of them) and find the books hard to put down.
You can see my sort of review for the first 7 books in the series here.