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Cover Reveal: Mean Boys by Barbie Hall




Mean Boys


Release Date: 05/2014

Summary from Goodreads:

“So...you're forcing me to be your slave?” I
inhaled deeply even though my body had calmed. “Is that what you're telling
me?”

A reformed bully. Two damaged boys. Bound by blackmail.


The only thing Bianca Wilbur wanted was to forget her past and sail through her first and only year
at the prestigious Battle St. John Preparatory, by making new friends and
maintaining perfect grades. That is until one scandalous raunchy night of
Truth or Dare with two of the school's most infamous bad boys, the peculiar
Judas and the reckless Zeus, aka The St. John Gods, leads to the unthinkable.

She's intrigued by one and despises the other.

As Bianca is forcibly dragged into their troubled world secrets spill and dirty
lies come out.

What happens when the
bully becomes the prey?

Mature YA/New Adult. Excessive swearing, sensitive subject matter, and
sexual situations.







About the Author


Barbie Hall is a typical
girl in her early twenties except she has a deep passion for writing.
Particularly young adult! Barbie got her first taste of writing in the sixth
grade and has never stopped ever since. She's into Japanese pop culture:
including manga, fashion, and dramas. She's also addicted to Youtube (with a Youtube channel of her own), make up, and blogging.


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