Series: Elite King's Club #1
Published by Self-Published on March 7th 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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Riddle me this...
“I am neither dead, nor alive, and I’m not something little Madison can hide.
But you will be dead, by the time this is done...
the timer starts now, and the games have just begun…”
Madison Montgomery comes from money and power, but when someone close to her commits the ultimate crime, Madison must live with her tainted name for the rest of her life. When she begins Riverside Preparatory Academy, the private school her father has swept her into in The Hamptons, she hopes for a fresh start. What she wasn't hoping for was the pack of bad boys who run the school; ten, to be exact. When Madison gains the attention of their leader, Bishop Vincent Hayes, a whole new world that she didn't think existed is exposed to her. A whole world that starts and ends with The Elite Kings Club and these boys, are about to flip her world upside down. Secrets are overflowing and family lies are about to be exposed. Is there more to Madison Montgomery than even she knows?
One thing I love about the book community is meeting so many amazing women with like interests. The friendships I’ve formed over the past year are unparalleled and so when they were adamant that I need to try this fab “new-to-me-author”. I knew they wouldn’t lead me astray and sure enough, Amo Jones is everything that they say and so much more.
The Silver Swan is about a young woman named Madison whose father not only remarries but moves her to a totally different school. If that isn’t stressful enough tack on the overwhelming animosity that she is drawing from multiple sides.
Yet despite the stress, Madison handled everything in stride. I loved how even when placed in exceedingly difficult situations she never lost her cool. She exuded insurmountable confidence and this is why she caught the attention of men in The Elite Kings Club.
About the King’s Elite, it was difficult to comprehend who they were all exactly. It takes way past halfway through the book for us to really discover what they were really all about. At that point, I was ranting and raving about all the conspiracies that were happening simultaneously. I was honestly getting impatient then Amo Jones would throw in some of the most ridiculous (in a good way) angry fucking to tide me over. The angst is definitely unreal!
In the end, some of my questions were answered and I lot weren’t. The cliffhanger is annoying, obviously, but is mostly intriguing. I and my bookish friends will definitely be waiting with bated breath for the next installment. Hopefully, we won’t have to wait that long.