Georgetown Academy: Book Two
By Jessica Koosed Etting and Alyssa Embree Schwartz
Reviewed from: eArcs from Coliloquy—thank you!
Overall Rating: 4 stars
While Ellie tries to put her life back together, Evan just might get everything she’s ever wanted—the perfect boyfriend and her dream career. But her loyalties will be put to the test when it turns out to be the very people she’s closest to who are standing in her way.
Brinley is determined to find out who is behind the photo leak, all while her own dirty secret spirals out of control. And California girl Taryn is sick of being walked all over and ready to start playing by the rules of D.C., for better or for worse.
In a world where reputation and appearances are everything, knowledge is power. But you’ll have to learn how to use it if you want to come out on top.
Book Two picks up shortly after Book One. Ellie is desperate to find out who leaked the photo so she can get revenge. Hunter won’t talk with her and she KNOWS she cannot be with Gabe after what his father did to her mother. What will she do and how can she overcome this?
Brinley meantime is struggling and losing her own personal battle. Without giving too much away, let’s just say it reaches a breaking point in Book Two. Her own Dad’s power and skills are put to the test to make sure the Madison family comes out on top without a hint of scandal.
Meanwhile, Gabe is struggling to get past his own undeniable attraction and feelings for Ellie—she won’t even talk with him. He knows he needs to move on and let her go…but sometimes your head knows that before your heart does. Will his head or heart when this battle?
I really like how these books pick up shortly after each other—there is a cliffhanger at the end of each book to keep the readers enticed to move onto each book. The only thing (and I said it the first book’s review) is I hope they will eventually published these books together so more readers will have access to them!
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