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π—§π—›π—˜ π—¦π—”π—œπ—‘π—§ 𝗠𝗔π—₯𝗬’𝗦 π——π—¨π—˜π—§ 𝗕𝗒𝗫 π—¦π—˜π—§ by S.J. Sylvis is LIVE! ⁣⁣

The box set includes Good Girls Never Rise and Bad Boys Never Fall plus exclusive bonus content!! (A bonus scene AND character profiles that are so much fun β€” these are exclusive to the ebook version)! β£β£

You’ll meet Sloane and Tobias and learn a little about them before their book releases in November!! ⁣

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AMAZON Top 50 Bestselling Author, SJ Sylvis, brings a forbidden and edgy boarding school romance set in a deliciously dark world where the bad boy gets the good girl even when she’s off-limits.

Gemma:

We were from two completely different worlds.

I was molded to follow the rules. I was the good girl living the sheltered life at St. Mary’s Boarding School.

But fate brought us together. Somewhere along the way, following the rules became a choice. The lines became blurred, and I was given a taste of rebellion in a package of wild blue eyes and hot, lingering touches. Our plan was set. I would escape St. Mary’s, and he would stay.

Isaiah warned me that we’d go up in flames if we veered from our plan.

Except, there was no we about it.

Isaiah Underwood let me fall right into the ashes.

Isaiah:

We couldn’t have been more opposite.

I was molded to break the rules. My life was seeded in corruption at St. Mary’s Boarding School.

Fate brought us together, and we formed a plan. I gave her that taste of rebellion, and she became mine. She was my kryptonite. I was her escape, and her trust was in me.

But our plan went up in flames.

In the end, my sacrifice is giving her up.

Gemma will rise from the ashes, but she’ll never forgive me.


Read More books by S.J. here: https://www.sjsylvis.com/

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