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Twisted Little Truths: A Reverse Harem Bully Romance
Twisted Little Truths: A Reverse Harem Bully Romance
Twisted Little Truths: A Reverse Harem Bully Romance
Audiobook9 hours

Twisted Little Truths: A Reverse Harem Bully Romance

Written by Elle Thorpe

Narrated by Kasi Hollowell and Michael Gallagher

Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars



About this audiobook

They dragged the boy I loved from my arms and accused him of a murder I know he didn't commit. Now all I want is revenge.

But with secrets from my past dredged up at every turn, I have no idea who to trust.

We’ve lived through the lies. It’s time for the truth to be revealed. No matter the cost.

They say the truth will set you free. But in Saint View, it might just kill you first.

The explosive conclusion to the Saint View High trilogy. Twisted Little Truths is the story of three bad boys and a girl who knows how to stand her ground. It is a mature high school/new adult, why choose romance, meaning the main character has more than one love interest. This book contains enemies-to-lovers and bullying themes and there may be triggers for some readers. It is the third and final book in an ongoing trilogy and cannot be read as a standalone.

Release dateSep 4, 2021
Twisted Little Truths: A Reverse Harem Bully Romance

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Rating: 4.591836734693878 out of 5 stars

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Wow, just wow! This author wasn't playing around haha. I couldnt get enough of this series. This author has a new fan for life after this trilogy. Already downloading the next spinoff series because I loved this author's writing style, her relationship building, and gripping storyline.

    I loved all the twists and turns in this story, I won't give them up but I will say I was right from the beginning who took out Lacey's uncle but it didnt take away from the story at all. There were more twists that kept me guessing and causing some shocked reactions haha (ummm like who was on that usb drive!). I loved the harem coming together, the steam was fabulous, the MM was so delicious and tasteful (I wanted more, not gonna lie haha), and I loved Lacey helping others despite putting her life in jeopardy and helping her former rival/bully. So happy to see everyone get their karmic justice. Selena became one of my favorite side characters from any RH series. I loved how despite her upbringing and the culture she has been living in she really took her mother responsibility seriously and wanted to help others who were in need, who didnt have anyone. It broke my heart with her story but made me so happy when she was there for the guys as well as Lacey. Happy to see Rafe's mom and him sticking up for themselves finally (one I guess wish we didnt get was seeing his dad get in trouble for beating people up but oh well). I hope we more from Aria (I want her to find love) and hopefully see that Own and Auggie get what's coming to them.

    I think the only critique I would give is the characters didnt necessarily feel like their age, because of their reactions and wisdoms. Like the ending, 18 year olds arent that calm and thinking clearly hahaha. Just saying, they are still babies at that point. I had to keep reminding myself they were in college or out of college, that they were barely 18 haha.

    Narration was phenomenal, I got teary eyed at a lot of spots, this book was the one filled with the most emotion. All the reveals and flashbacks were pulling at my heart strings. Both narrations did a great job with all the different characters and the rollercoaster of emotions they had to emote and they made me as a listener believe wholeheartedly. No feedback for them besides please don't stop what you are doing, they are so key to elevating these stories and make others fall in love with audiobooks. I listen at 1.5X speed ❤️
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    Lacy is the most heroine I have tolerated reading. I only finished this because I read the second series first, and even then it was hard to stick around through the evolution of thought Lacy had on rape culture. There were well-written sections, but the main character's ignorance, constant references to the "slums of Saint View," and weird handling of SA made of a difficult listen.