Review: Wicked Liars (Windsor Academy, #1) by Laura Lee

Title: Wicked Liars
Series: Windsor Acadmey,#1
Source: Author provided for review via Give Me Books PR (gifted)
Release Date: April 3rd 2020

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Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

Liars.

Every last one of them.

The kings and queens of my new high school.

The father and stepmother I never knew.

Each has more wealth and privilege than I could’ve ever imagined.

Each has a pile of wicked dirty secrets they’d do anything to protect.

These people have grown accustomed to getting what they want and what they want is to make my life a living hell.

Too bad for them, you can’t break someone who’s already broken.

Too bad for them, I won’t give up without a fight.

Too bad for them, I’m going to make them pay…even if it’s the last thing I do.

*Wicked Liars is the first book in the Windsor Academy series. This is a dark high school bully romance that may contain triggers for sensitive readers. Due to mature subject matter, it is recommended for readers 18+ only.


Revisiting authors after a few years when they write in the genre that you are currently interest in means that you know that you are going to get a read that you will enjoy.
Laura Lee’s latest series Windsor Academy kicks off with a bang with the first instalment Wicked Lies. It’s a dark twisted story about Jasmine (Jazz), the outside interloper who invades this high school and the close knitted community just before senior year.

Jazz isn’t exactly happy about the situation. You can tell from the get go that she isn’t going to conform to the rules. Jazz is no wilting wallflower. She grown up in the projects of LA and knows that her interracial background will make her a target as fresh meat. She only just become one of the Callahans. However she never expects the level that she receives when the doors are open and the claws come out and the target on her back just keeps on getting bigger.

Wicked Liars isn’t for the faint hearted. Whilst these guys are 17/18 years old , they know how to skirt the grey territory. They are captivating these characters, each has a secret to hide and makes them worse or better you decide. Thrown in the family histories and this one messed up world that Jazz fallen into .
At the heart of Windsor is Kingston and the Kings. Kingston Davenport is the ruler of the kingdom literally and he isn’t someone to trifle with . He is a bad boy through and through but there more to him that you won’t expect. He knows the secrets everyone wants to hide and Jazz is the perfect target. His moods are tenacious he isn’t afraid to reveal thing when we are in his head. He is the a new breed of bad boys and made this novel so addicting with his crew.
As Wicked Liars is all about the lies and how Jazz is ready for payment but none of them truly know what will happen when you cross into the realm of uncharted territories which makes this book just addicting. They are free falling consumed by the darkness and emotions that are waiting to explode. Wicked Liars is perfect for those who enjoy this genre and like to throw caution to the wind and let the story take you places.

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