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The first book in a trilogy about three brothers and the girls they must protect.All Christiana wanted was a little flirty fun.What she got was a one way ticket to her personal nightmare.Her friend is deadand she knows who did it Now a key witness in a murder trial, shes been hidden away in the one place no one will think to look for her Eton Preparatory School for Boys.Its a stupid move Insane But she doesnt have a choice.Instead of completing her senior year with the popular crowd, shes being forced to hide in a school with exactly zero XX chromosomes Even worse, shes somehow supposed to act like the Neanderthals walking the halls.But then she meets the guys next doorthe smoking hot ones And it doesnt help that one in particular could unravel her in a heartbeatand potentially blow her cover Hows she supposed to resist Trey Calloway, the star hockey player who never backs down from a fightand who never takes no for an answer Shes supposed to be focused on staying safe, not on the guy whos getting under her skin Her chilling past isnt going to suddenly disappear.In fact, it might just be catching up with her.If you re looking for a fast paced thrill ride packed with drama, suspense, romance and unexpected twists, then See No Evil is just the book for you.COMING SOON Speak No Evil due for release in Jan 2017Hear No Evil due for release in Feb Mar 2017For exclusive access to an unpublished short story about how Christiana s nightmare began, sign up for Jordan s newsletter...

Title : See No Evil (Brotherhood Trilogy Book 1) (English Edition)
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ISBN : B01M30VADJ
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Format Type : Kindle Edition
Language : Englisch
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Number of Pages : 187 Pages
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See No Evil (Brotherhood Trilogy Book 1) (English Edition) Reviews

  • Emmi R
    2019-03-15 02:30

    I love Jordan Ford's Big Play novels and was very excited when she announced a new series. With every teaser my anticipation grew and I couldn't wait to read Christiana's story.I knew this series would be a little different -more suspense - and it was so refreshing and thrilling.I can't say I've read anything like this before.There's still sports and romance and Jordan Ford's addictive writing – so the pages flew by and I was in love once again with Christiana and Trey and Riley and Kade ♡The friendship between the boys was heartwarmingly, they're brothers by choice and their strong bond shows in every action.Christiana – I admire her for her decision and endurance. Even though she thought about giving up a few times, you feel it's never really an option for her – she is such a strong girl. I just l♡ve her.I can do this. I can survive this place. I'm not going to let these a***** beat me. I'll get some sleep in the safety of my locked up room and start the next day anew. Everything's going to be okay.Aww and Trey – his confusion because of his reaction to Chris is simply adorable and sweet and funny – and I loved this part of the book especially ;)I want to know why, but then I don't, because I'm not into Chris. I mean...I don't want to become friends with the guy...because I don't think he has a pretty face.There were twists in „See no evil“ I wasn't expecting, the story drew me in within a few pages and there was enough love my romantic heart - Jordan Ford has me already hooked on this series, can't wait to find out what happens next in Kade's book. In the note in the back she wrote this story has been in her heart for a long time and I'm so very happy she could finally share it with us readers ♡I believe in fate, you know? You were brought into my life for a reason.

  • Lenore Kosinski
    2019-03-15 05:39

    4.5 stars -- I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest and unbiased review/opinion.OMG, this book had so many layers of goodness!! I don't read a lot of romantic suspense...which is kind of weird, b/c I actually really enjoy it. I used to read the Harlequin line, but perhaps it's that I'm kind of picky and really need to get sucked in to this genre, so I guess I don't trust just anyone to give me what I want. Well Ms. Ford has definitely succeeded for me. It's not the whole believability aspect...because I think in romantic suspense you often have to suspend some of your disbelief. It's more that I want to *want* to suspend my disbelief if that makes sense. I want to read it like I'd watch a good action movie, and that's what happened for me in this book.When I first saw the teaser video for this book, and learned about its premise, all I could think about was the movie She's the Man, and that made me excited (b/c I'm a fan). But while it may have a similar setting, the set up for this story is ENTIRELY different, and so has a very different feel. My heart was taken through the ringer at times with our characters. They all have some heartbreaking backstories, and the struggle that Chris goes through over what is the right thing to do, and having the strength to stick it out and do that right thing is very well executed. I will say that I was SUPER surprised with some of the twists to her side of the story! I did not see them coming, but I felt like they really added.I occasionally wish we saw a bit more from Trey and his backstory...I'm not sure why, but it kind of came out of left field for me (even though I think I saw it in character profile teasers), and I just...wanted something more for some reason. I really loved Trey, but sometimes I felt like what we saw of him was mostly surrounding Chris and her storyline...but you know what? That's not even true. So I have no idea why I feel this way. Hmmm... Anyways, Trey was an intriguing character for me, b/c he had some very real Alpha tendencies, but he was really sweet and caring and protective too. I loved that he was drawn in by Chris, even when Chris was a "boy".I really enjoyed the chemistry between Trey and Chris, though I think I had a hard time getting into the romantic part at the beginning...I was totally sucked in by their friendship chemistry, but it was hard to feel the passion for that first kiss (at least for me).I LOVED the whole dynamic of the Brotherhood. I loved their friendship, and what they would do for each other.I honestly had no idea how the other stories in this series were going to work, but then Ms. Ford just threw me for a freaking loop with that ending!! I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING! She went in a whole new direction from what my boring mind had predicted, and now I'm clamouring for more!! I also find it interesting that I still have some questions about certain aspects of Chris and Trey's story...so I'm curious to see if they come into play in the future.So yeah, thoroughly enjoyed this one. Occasionally I wanted a bit more romance, but that's just because I'm a romance junkie and not because we didn't get enough. Sooooo looking forward to the next book and finding out what happens with Kade!!!

  • Kindle Customer/Yuki
    2019-03-13 02:33

    This seems strange, I thought I already wrote a review for this book.Great book, great premise and good fast paced action. I normally don't read sports themed books. But I loved the premise of a girl hiding in a all boys school. I enjoy YA books too. So I bought it and I wasn't disappointed, in fact its a great read. I highly recommend this book to YA audiences. 👏Unfortunately I felt the ending was kinda abrupt and unfinished.

  • Lola
    2019-03-06 05:54

    Somewhere on the internet I stumbled upon this book, the blurb immediately grabbed my attention and I knew I wanted to read it right now. And then I did something I rarely do, I bought the book and started reading it immediately. It was great! And the best part is that this book was exactly what I was in the mood for and I really enjoyed it. It was such a fun read and I got easily into the story. It was really an addictive read and it makes me wonder why I don't read more YA contemporary romances.The main plot line of the book is that Ana/ Chris has seen a murder, but the murderer knows she saw. So she has to go into hiding as part of witness protection and has to stay in an all boys school disguised as boy. I really liked the plot line and seeing it all play out. The premise might be slightly unrealistic, but Jordan Ford totally makes it work and writes in a way that felt realistic. This book has a bit of romance and a bit of suspense/ mystery and it was nicely blended together. I really had a lot of fun reading this one and didn't want to stop reading whenever I picked it up. I did feel the ending was a bit too open, but as there will be two more books in this series I hope we get more answers in that one.Chris was such a great main character to read about, she believes into doing the right thing even though it's difficult. She really struggles at the all boys school at first and I thought that was realistic. She has to pretend to be a boy, the school bully picks her as his next target and she can't be herself or trust anyone, so she really has a hard time at first. She has to make sure no one finds out her secret and stay safe, but it's hard when all she wants it her normal life back even though that's no longer an option. And she meets Trey who she slowly falls in love with and that might be even more dangerous as she has to pretend with him too.I liked how the romance, it was sweet and there wasn't a lot of drama. But there were some issues they had to deal with, like how Trey thought she was a boy at first and Chris her secrets about why she's there. There are some great scenes of them together and I really liked them together. And later in the book it becomes more and more obvious how good these two are together and how much they mean to each other. And while there is romance, it also isn't the sole focus of the book. The author really struck a nice balance between the different themes.I really liked the characters in this book, the book focuses on a few important characters and it really worked. It was easy to remember who was who and everyone had their own personality. I liked how close Trey and his friends where and I can't wait to get the stories of the other two brothers. These three really are like a family and have each others back. I especially liked Riley, not sure why, but he seemed like an interesting character and I liked his personality. I also feel like there's more to Kade than meets the eye and it seems his story will be next.To summarize: I am so glad I picked this one up as it was such a great read! It was exactly the type of book I was in the mood for and it hooked me from the moment I started reading. The plot of this one was great with how a girl has to go into witness protection at an all boys school and while the premise might be slightly unrealistic I felt it was written very realistically and it was just so much fun to read. The characters all felt real and came alive. The book focused on a small group of characters, but I did feel like we got a good feel for each of them because of that. I liked reading about Trey and his best friends Kade and Riley, who are like a family. The romance was also well done and I liked how it developed. There's a bit of suspense and mystery as well and I really liked that aspect and how it added a bit of danger and suspense into the story. Luckily we don't have to wait long for the next book as I can't wait to read Kade and Riley their stories!

  • Babs
    2019-03-07 02:42

    First book in the Brotherhood Trilogy and it is off to a very good start , this book just kept you wanting to read the next page. Christina is a high school senior she only wanted one night out,but she got a lot more, she is now in witness protection at an all boy academy . Trey , Kade and Riley are roommates and their tie to each other makes them like brothers, when Trey learns Chris’ secret will he be able to keep it? Who is Ivan why does he kidnap Chris? Wow I would not want her parents! Can Trey, Kade and Riley safe Chris? The ending is something you are not expecting.

  • MegEclectic
    2019-03-25 04:50

    Whoa what a ride this was. From start to finish I was glued to the story, screen flipping as fast as I could read. After Miss Ford's Big Play series, I put her on my list of must read authors. This fast paced, thrill ride was a testament to her dexterity with written words. An exciting, complex story that left you at the edge til the very end. Excited to see more from this series.