Crew Princess by Tijan

This. Book. Was. Everything.

I mean it. I absolutely LOVED Crew, but this one? This was so much more than the first and so much more than I expected. There are a bunch of twists in this book that you don't see coming and a bunch of predictions that we ended book one with that completely are absolutely incorrect. I know. I KNOW. I pride myself on the fact that I know a lot of what is coming with books and this one threw me for a loop with where ti was going and I loved it. I loved every single word of it. Back to our Crew. This book took us for a wild ride. We dive right back in with our crew and they don't miss a beat. Bren? She has so many demons that are still lurking int he background, as do our other boys. Throw in some hidden agendas and some throw downs that we don't see coming and you wont be able to put this book down. Also. This is about the book, but also about the series. This series fills you will such a familial feeling for the characters. As you read the book you hurt as they hurt, and you cheer for them and you fall in love with them. It is a wonderful and terrible thing because we become so invested in the characters that you cannot put the book down at all. I mean it. You wont be able to. But its worth it because Bren and her boys? They are worth it. Also. WHAT THE TWIST, TIJAN?!?!?! Okay. I am so ready for the next book and so in love with these characters and where the journey is taking them. More please, Thank you. 10 million stars. But also, only 5 because that is Goodreads limit

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Being crew is walking between two worlds. One world is normal: Prom. Parties. College. Those are the concerns they worry about. In our world, we deal with other situations. Cops. Drugs. Brawling. That’s a typical day for us. But what if it wasn’t? What if there came a day when you stopped? When you considered letting your enemies win? When you didn’t fight back? When you chose a different path? First I lost my family. Then I got the Wolf Crew. I couldn't lose them too. But what happens when Cross, Zellman, and Jordan keep going… ...and I don’t?