Dangerous Girls (Broken Saints Society #2)
I’m Remi St. James, and I’m a member of a secret society—one that rules the gothic halls of Brighton Saints Academy. I’ve officially crossed over. I’m an elite. I feel reborn.And the way he looks at me now…Gage Astor wants me. We’ve become the power couple that everyone envies. Even his Broken Saints. There’s a whisper in the ranks, a threat. I feel it when they look at me; the mysterious new girl that worked her way into the elite circle, presenting danger should she discover too much about their secrets.As I go deeper into their world, I start to question who my friends are. Who my enemies are. And whether I can even tell the difference anymore. A girl had to die in order for me to be adopted into their society…and like her, I fear the only way out of their ring of trust may be death. With the homecoming dance right around the corner, the girls of Brighton have a show to put on. Exquisite dresses and a glamor of makeup; a mask of wealth to hide who we really are. Who I’m becoming…Heavy is the head that wears the crown—and Gage rules with an unrivaled cruelty. When the biggest secret of all is revealed, I’ll have to don my own viscous tiara to take back control of my life.

Dangerous Girls (Broken Saints Society #2) Details

TitleDangerous Girls (Broken Saints Society #2)
Author
ReleaseJan 1st, 1970
Rating
GenreNew Adult, Romance, Dark, Young Adult, High School, Suspense

Dangerous Girls (Broken Saints Society #2) Review

  • Jen
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 stars!!!HOLY WOWZA!! My mind is spinning! This series is #BookCrack. You think you know what's going to happen... then, BAM! Leia Thorne throws a curve into the mix and you're left mind-blown. Gage was just panty-stealing hot, Sawyer is deliciously evil, and Remi... she is really coming into her own. I love that chick. So many secrets in their secret society and they aren't supposed to hide secrets from each other. Lies, mystery, intrigue... I NEED TO KNOW ALL THE THINGS!! And talk about HOT 4.5 stars!!!HOLY WOWZA!! My mind is spinning! This series is #BookCrack. You think you know what's going to happen... then, BAM! Leia Thorne throws a curve into the mix and you're left mind-blown. Gage was just panty-stealing hot, Sawyer is deliciously evil, and Remi... she is really coming into her own. I love that chick. So many secrets in their secret society and they aren't supposed to hide secrets from each other. Lies, mystery, intrigue... I NEED TO KNOW ALL THE THINGS!! And talk about HOT!! The sexual chemistry is off the charts and Ms. Thorne's writing is fantastic.I need the next book like this very minute. I'm on the edge of my seat waiting to see what happens next!
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  • Kerri Mirabella
    January 1, 1970
    So I got the "check your kindle" email and thought, "sweet, let me read the first chapter or two to see what's up after the last cliffhanger." Fast forward 3.5 hours later to me laying in bed, needing a cold shower and someone to pick my jaw up off the floor.Much like the first book, the sexual encounters in Dangerous Girls are FIRE. If these scenes aren't getting you hot and bothered, I don't know what will. Gage and Remi really heat things up this time around and I LOVED it!!! They have a true So I got the "check your kindle" email and thought, "sweet, let me read the first chapter or two to see what's up after the last cliffhanger." Fast forward 3.5 hours later to me laying in bed, needing a cold shower and someone to pick my jaw up off the floor.Much like the first book, the sexual encounters in Dangerous Girls are FIRE. If these scenes aren't getting you hot and bothered, I don't know what will. Gage and Remi really heat things up this time around and I LOVED it!!! They have a true passion and desire for one another and it shows. I 100%, with my whole heart, hope the two of them together are end game. Their chemistry is just explosive.Which brings me to Sawyer. Im not really sure what her end game is and if she can be trusted. Will she help/protect Remi or is she just out for herself? Her hookup with someone left me questioning her loyalty. Is she just playing the game or is she following her heart. I'm so curious to see what, if anything, will come of that. I want to believe she's good but I have mixed emotions right now.And Gage. He's really an arrogant, cocky fuck, but I just LOVE him. It's the bad boy vibe. I want him with Remi. I really, really want them together and I believe that he's actually starting to feel a little something for her. Gage is a take charge alpha though and through while Remi seems to be more submissive. In this book, she proved she has what it takes though and I believe the two of them together can conquer anything. The last chapter of Dangerous Girls left me reeling. I want to strangle Sawyer. And Gage..... I hope he doesn't do it. Deep down I know he will, but I don't know if I can handle that. The letter for Remi. There's just so much going on, so much at stake. Dangerous Girls gives some answers to some of the mystery in Dark Ties, but ultimately leaves us with more questions and more theories. People who I had written off in the first book now seem to be more of a key player. All the secrets, the suspense, the shock. I'm floored and I can't wait for Nefarious Boys!!!!
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  • Debbie
    January 1, 1970
    Dirty, filthy, deviant, GOLD!!!! Guilty pleasure at its finest!! These characters may be in high school but this is definitely not YA!!!! Dangerous Girls reads more like a mature NA, but without all the typical NA immaturity, OTT drama and angst. You won’t find weak, depressing characters here. This cast of characters is strong, conniving, and deliciously deviant. I handed over my dark heart to them with a quickness! Leia Thorne has created a world where sexuality is weaponized, and along with p Dirty, filthy, deviant, GOLD!!!! Guilty pleasure at its finest!! These characters may be in high school but this is definitely not YA!!!! Dangerous Girls reads more like a mature NA, but without all the typical NA immaturity, OTT drama and angst. You won’t find weak, depressing characters here. This cast of characters is strong, conniving, and deliciously deviant. I handed over my dark heart to them with a quickness! Leia Thorne has created a world where sexuality is weaponized, and along with power and money, is used as a means to manipulate and control. What isn’t clear is just who is has the control and who doesn’t. As the pieces are moved around in this dangerous game, the power is ever shifting and the pawn could easily take the queen. I can’t wait to figure out who ends up ruling the board!Dangerous Girls stands apart from similar reads in this genre. The trope might be familiar but its execution is not. It’s smart, fresh, defiant…….and lest I haven’t mentioned it, deliciously carnal!
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  • Ga Books LoverX
    January 1, 1970
    Holy Shoots and Ladders guys, this book is just as twisted as the first and gives us a little more answers, but A LOT MORE questions. Heads Up- There is another cliffhanger at the end- but it is so worth it.Lies, Betrayal, Death, Power, Love--- this things rule the world, but money does even more. Remi is starting to learn that lesson, but the real question is, does she care? She finally fits in and has a guy that looks at her as if she hangs the moon, does she care about what is going on beneat Holy Shoots and Ladders guys, this book is just as twisted as the first and gives us a little more answers, but A LOT MORE questions. Heads Up- There is another cliffhanger at the end- but it is so worth it.Lies, Betrayal, Death, Power, Love--- this things rule the world, but money does even more. Remi is starting to learn that lesson, but the real question is, does she care? She finally fits in and has a guy that looks at her as if she hangs the moon, does she care about what is going on beneath the surface?All in all, this book was amazing and I am 100% in on this series. It has scandal and deceit and leaving your morals at the door, but man is it fun to jump on that crazy train. Characters become more and more exposed and as a reader, I know that I was conflicted on which team I am, which makes it even more fun! Leia Thorne, you have done a great job so far on this series- totally looking forward to the next one!
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  • Shaley- Pretty Little Book Blog
    January 1, 1970
    Dangerous Girls left off right where Dark Ties ended. This book is full of secrets, lies, lust, deceit, passion, and truth.. kind of. Some questions were answered but more were left unanswered.I personally think Dangerous Girls was much better than Dark Ties. It showed us a little more of each character.I really don’t know how I feel about Sawyer.. When it’s in Reno’s perspective, I think she is friendly and approachable. But when it’s her perspective, I can’t stand her. She’s secretive and a qu Dangerous Girls left off right where Dark Ties ended. This book is full of secrets, lies, lust, deceit, passion, and truth.. kind of. Some questions were answered but more were left unanswered.I personally think Dangerous Girls was much better than Dark Ties. It showed us a little more of each character.I really don’t know how I feel about Sawyer.. When it’s in Reno’s perspective, I think she is friendly and approachable. But when it’s her perspective, I can’t stand her. She’s secretive and a queen of mind games. Even I fall into her traps.Remi is coming into her role now. I didn’t like the new girl, sweetheart act. This new Remi.. I love her. She’s becoming the Queen that she is and everybody sees her as that. I love her and Gage together! Hey have this pull towards each other unlike anybody else. They’re in a secret society where they can be open with the other four, but whenever that happens, the other one is jealous.Gage is that alpha, bossy male that everybody loves. He has secrets for for his secrets. Nobody knows what Gage is going to do, except Gage. I really do think he is coming to care about Remi, but I am so confused with the way he acts when he’s alone with Sawyer. That’s what frustrates me the most with him.Leia Thorne really knows how to leave us in the dark with only a smidge of light. I can’t even begin to guess what she has in store for us. But I’m beginning to like this crew the more I read. I just wish there was some kind of comradery. They all seemed put against each other. I’m sure we will figure more out with the next book! I can’t wait to see how the ending of book two picks up into book three!
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  • Ashley
    January 1, 1970
    I could not put this book down!!! Seriously, I read it in less than a day because I Could. Not. Stop. Reading! This picks up right where Book 1 left off (you must read Dark Ties first, or you will be lost). I enjoyed getting to know more about characters in this one, and more about the 'end game'. The first book left some questions, and this book helped clarify some of those! Like the first book, this one was HOT HOT HOT!!!!!! It made me blush many times!! As of right now, I am still Team Remi!! I could not put this book down!!! Seriously, I read it in less than a day because I Could. Not. Stop. Reading! This picks up right where Book 1 left off (you must read Dark Ties first, or you will be lost). I enjoyed getting to know more about characters in this one, and more about the 'end game'. The first book left some questions, and this book helped clarify some of those! Like the first book, this one was HOT HOT HOT!!!!!! It made me blush many times!! As of right now, I am still Team Remi!! But I will also add...HELLO ROLAND (love me a tatted, motorcycle man)!!! Ends on a bit of a cliffhanger, and I can't wait to read book 3!!!I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review.
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  • Linda Lee
    January 1, 1970
    Well hello there! This is getting interesting, I couldn’t put this book down and I’ve pre-ordered Nefarious Boys. I’m loving the strong minded characters and the way these girls are guiding the game. It’s like a strategic game played with people, where bloodlines, money and the elite rule. Don’t get too comfortable though because the deck is about to be reshuffled. They may be high school students but the members of Broken Saints Society are certainly comfortable within their bodies and sexually Well hello there! This is getting interesting, I couldn’t put this book down and I’ve pre-ordered Nefarious Boys. I’m loving the strong minded characters and the way these girls are guiding the game. It’s like a strategic game played with people, where bloodlines, money and the elite rule. Don’t get too comfortable though because the deck is about to be reshuffled. They may be high school students but the members of Broken Saints Society are certainly comfortable within their bodies and sexually experimenting. While based on high school students, this book is nothing like you’d expect and a broad mind is required. With an abundance of secrets to be revealed, omissions of truth and a whole lot of mind fu*#ery. Absolutely love it!
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  • Lindsey Davis
    January 1, 1970
    Leia what are you doing to us with this series!! This book was just as great as the first one if not better! We do get some answer but like someone before me wrote we have more questions also..... I personally hope Remi comes out on top and Gage gets a reality check with all that power he is so determined to gain.. I also don't think Sawyer is for him. I'm team Remi all the way and would love to see them end up together. This one of a few books that I have ready that claimed to be dark and twist Leia what are you doing to us with this series!! This book was just as great as the first one if not better! We do get some answer but like someone before me wrote we have more questions also..... I personally hope Remi comes out on top and Gage gets a reality check with all that power he is so determined to gain.. I also don't think Sawyer is for him. I'm team Remi all the way and would love to see them end up together. This one of a few books that I have ready that claimed to be dark and twisted and gave exactly that. Then the endong we are left with is one that will defiantly bring you to feeling crazy to read the next book. I CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!
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  • Abby J Capps
    January 1, 1970
    I’m obsessed with this series so far. I couldn’t put it down! I started it a few hours before bed and binged until I literally couldn’t keep my eyes open. I love the vibe. It’s twisted, sexy, and full of secrets. I love Gage and Remi. I’m holding onto hope for them in the third installment. Sawyer is still my least favorite character, but I still love everything about the book! It was so so good and a must read! So, stop what you are doing and read these books!
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  • Amelia
    January 1, 1970
    It was just as great as the first book. I would totally recommend this to anyone but I didn't give it a 5 stars because of the length. This one is short and I don't read books less than 200 pages but I was hooked from the start. It was 80 pages shorter than the first installment on my device. I really hope the third installment is not short.
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  • Gemma Grant
    January 1, 1970
    Holy heck! I’ve read my fair share of sex books, but these are FILTH. From threesomes, to orgies and gang bangs! Just one big sex-elite 😜. I don’t think Remi knew exactly what she was getting herself into when she joined the BSS, and with Sawyer and Gage’s relationship being volatile I’m looking forward to the third in the series!
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  • Jyoti
    January 1, 1970
    Dangerous Girls is the second book in Broken Saints Society series. It was as dark and twisted as the first book, but so much better and interesting. It was totally unpredictable, and I couldn't put it down. In the BSS, money, and power are used as a means to manipulate and control people. This book does give some answers from Dark Ties, but by the ending, it again leaves us with some more questions. There are still so many secrets to be revealed, and I can't wait to read Nefarious Boys!
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  • Jessica *The Lovely Books*
    January 1, 1970
    I just don’t see it with Gage and Remi. He’s way too obsessed with Sawyer. And with the way the book ended, I’d say Remi needs to move on. Preferably with Rush.
  • Tiffany Thomson
    January 1, 1970
    Just wasn't for me the first book was ok but I couldn't even finish this book.
  • Sarah Jones
    January 1, 1970
    Awesomeness I need moreI absolutely love this series so far and I can't wait unit I can get my hands on book three
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