Good Girls Never Rise by S.J. Sylvis




Title: Good Girls Never Rise
Series: St. Mary’s Duet #1
Author: S.J. Sylvis
Genre: Dark Boarding School Romance
Release Date: November 16, 2021


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Gemma:

We were from two completely different worlds that couldn’t have been more opposite. Fate brought us together, and we devised a plan. I was to leave St. Mary’s Boarding School, and he was to stay.

I was molded to follow the rules, and he was taught to break them. But somewhere along the way, following the rules became a choice. The lines became blurred. The good girl of St. Mary’s suddenly got a taste of rebellion, and he came in a package of wild blue eyes and hot, lingering touches.

Isaiah warned me that we’d go up in flames if we veered from our plan.

Except, there was no we about it.
Isaiah Underwood let me fall right into the ashes.

Good Girls Never Rise is book one in the St. Mary’s Duet and ends on a cliffhanger. Good Girls Never Rise is intended for readers 18+ and deals with subjects that some may find triggering.







PURCHASE LINKS

AMAZON US / UK / CA / AU

Free in Kindle Unlimited






COMING SOON


Releasing December 2

AMAZON US / UK / CA / AU






AUTHOR BIO


S.J. Sylvis is a romance author who is best known for her angsty new adult romances and romantic comedies. She currently resides in Arizona with her husband, two small kiddos, and dog. She is obsessed with coffee, becomes easily attached to fictional characters, and spends most of her evenings buried in a book!




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