Tens: The hottest, wealthiest, and most elite at Grand Ridge University.
Grand Ridge University is run by four men: Forrest, Apollo, Riggs, and Darwin. They’re spoiled, entitled, and have no idea about real-world struggles. But if I’m not careful, they’ll suck me into their lifestyle, and I’m not interested in becoming one of them.
Yet that doesn’t stop them from inviting me to become a Ten. They want me to join them and to accept my family’s legacy, except when I find out the rules, I have no intention of taking a reigning crown. And rejection isn’t something they’re expecting.
If they think I’ll submit, they’re sorely mistaken. They can try to break me and teach me a lesson, but they better be prepared for a fight because their silly games don’t scare me—they just make me want to get even.
They’d better watch their backs because I’m coming for them.
Tens - The Invitation is the first book in the Grand Ridge University series. This book is a why choose series and contains light bullying. Expect some dark themes throughout.
From the moment I opened my kindle and started reading this book, I was HOOKED!
I loved Aila and how tough she was. She wouldn't bow down to nobody especially not the Tens. the Tens consists of the most rich and influential people in Australia and Aila comes from a mother that was a Ten but she never knew that, she found out the hard way. The boys want her to join them in the Tens group but she refuses because NO ONE tells her what to do and she will not follow anyone's orders but her own.
When she moved to Australia to finish her H.S. senior year, she had planned to return to the States and back to her normal life once she graduated, but now that she's establishing a new life and getting new friends in AU, how will she leave everything behind and go back to the USA? That's something she'll have to think over really hard and also find out answers that are plaguing her at the moment about her life that she thinks she'll be able to find out about...but at what price!!
I am absolutely excited to get the next book in this series because it's so dang good.