romance with bittersweet heat
We come from high society, but the grooming process starts in high school.
And we always recruit in the dark.
As a result, our messes are rarely clean and never brought to light.
Money's not an issue, and usually, neither are our members.
Until one decides to betray us.
Let this be a lesson to our initiates: Never choose love over loyalty.
And a word to Chase Stone, Briarcliff’s most sought after student—if you tell the new girl we exist, it won't just be you that pays the price.
ME, THE NEW GIRL
RIVAL is the first full-length novel in the Briarcliff Society Series and contains enemies-to-lovers, bullying, and other mature themes. Recommended for readers 17 and over. It is NOT a standalone and ends on a cliffhanger.
Becoming virtuous demands a sinful price.
Our role at Briarcliff has a deeper consequence than the nightly rituals and cloaked costumes the Nobles are so fond of.
We’re barely visible, peripheral shadows who hold the deadliest keys.
And we’re done being a secret society’s dirty little secret.
A note to Callie Ryan, Briarcliff’s most scandalous student: To maintain our power, our history must stay hidden.
Do not, under any circumstances, uncover it and put it in the hands of Chase Stone, no matter how much his handsome, heartbreaking face begs you to trust him.
VIRTUE is the second full-length novel in the Briarcliff Society Series and contains enemies-to-lovers, bullying, and other mature themes. It is not a standalone and ends on a cliffhanger.