“A secret society and a crazed stalker are only the beginning of Bea’s problems…”
Being crowned as royalty in Rosewood Academy’s secret society wasn’t in Bea Morrison’s plans…
A senior in high school, Bea’s life changed forever when a tragic car crash claimed her best friend’s life, leaving her devastated and alone. Now at Rosewood Academy of the Arts, Bea owes a debt. With her best friend no longer queen, it’s up to Bea to be fulfill the role until graduation.
There is nothing money can’t buy, including Crosley’s king status…
When Bea accepts her place as queen, the arrogant Crosley is quick to remind her of her royal duties. Obsessed with the era of the Tudors, Crosley insists they must consummate their relationship—but spousal duties aren’t what Bea signed up for. When she rejects Crosley’s proposal, his expectations twist into absolute obsession.
A sadistic mind makes for an expert stalker…
After graduation, Bea thinks the nightmare of Rosewood Academy is over. She’s pleasantly surprised to reconnect with the gorgeous Everett Thompson, a drummer for her brother’s band. As feelings from their past fling resurface, Bea hopes for a fresh start with the guy who got away.
Bea’s hopes are shattered when she receives threatening texts from Crosley, who is still determined to collect his debt. And as Crosley continues to pursue her, a terrible tragedy proves he is even more dangerous than she feared.
If Bea has learned one thing, it’s that life is too fragile, and it’s anybody’s guess who will make it out of this nightmare alive.
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About the Author: Alexandra Moore is a twenty-something author of New Adult and Young Adult novels. Outside of writing, she is a Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior, and is a huge advocate for young writers of all creeds and walks of life, as well as a big supporter of people with chronic illnesses of all kinds. Ellen Hopkins, author of Crank, Burned, and Impulse to name a few, often inspires her writing. Because of this, she has learned to write honestly about what hurts the most. When she isn’t emotionally invested in her work and writing the next big project, she is spending time drinking Starbucks, watching Grey’s Anatomy on Netflix, Reign, and Game of Thrones. She claims to be the Mother of Dragons—but will settle for Mother of Hedgies and Fictional Characters. She also enjoys spending her time with her best friend Cary, and her fiancé Kris.
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