Review! Nero: Made Men – Sarah Brianne
Nero is the king of Legacy Prep, living a life of power.
Elle is the school’s punching bag, living a life of fear.
The only good girls Nero knows jump in his bed when he tells them to.
The closest Elle has come to a bad boy like him is in the cafeteria line.
The mob boss gave him orders to find out what she knows.
Her mouth is sealed.
I just want to be a fu**ing made man.
I’m just a fu**ing waitress.
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This book deserves so many stars that it’s out of control. I have probably read at least 40 books in the past few months and Nero is my favorite book boyfriend, and I wish he was real (no judging). Let me break this down: there isn’t even that much touching in this book until the end, but his whole way he carries himself and the way he speaks and the way is treats Elle. Hot damn!
My Note: This book may not be for everyone. I noticed a lot on the other reviews of it that people were turned off by the severity of the bullying. It is intense but you know what? It’s real, and I appreciate Sarah Brianne for putting it out there.
Elle is an incredibly selfless person, always looking out for her best friend Chloe and making sure she stays safe, even after all the hell she has been through herself. She is smart and sassy and sticks up for what she believes is right at all times, and at all costs. Nero is the king of Legacy Prep, he takes home a different girl every day from school and is a confident, alpha male. When Elle and Nero collide for the first time in the hall (after he’s told to get to know her) he immediately starts putting off his dominance over Elle. And not in a bad way, trust me. Nero always has his two friends with him, Amo and Vincent those men are a sudden constant in Elle and Chloe’s life once they are told to get in good with the girls. I love all these guys, they all mean so well and stand up for the girls instantly. Lucca (Nero’s older brother and the underboss of the Caruso family) is one interesting character when he is around. He doesn’t have a lot of page time in this book but he will eventually get his own novel. *insert girly squeal thing* Chloe has a secret that won’t be revealed until…well probably/hopefully her own book. I can’t wait, this is in my top three series and I’ve only read the one book. Sarah Brianne, you are my hero! Now type your little heart out so we can get the rest of the books!
Sarah’s next book in the series is about Vincent. Excited to get inside the head of that “psycho/bi polar/schizo”, as the girls so lovingly referred to him. I’ll reiterate, Nero has bullying in it, but it’s such an amazing book (I’ve read it like four times!). I think everyone should give it a shot.
Made Men Series