Book Review: The Legacy

The Legacy by Necole Ryse:
Nineteen-year-old Raevyn Jones has never worn a designer gown. She's never had access to unlimited champagne or chauffeured limo rides.

But when she is dropped in the midst of the Black Ivy League--against her will--she has to pretend that everything is normal, as if she belongs.

When her new friends start to question her sketchy past and her shaky legacy at Benjamin Wallace Fitzgerald University, Raevyn realizes she will have to rely on her street smarts more than ever before.

Raevyn starts to receive cryptic text messages and emails from an anonymous sender and she soon discovers that not only does someone want her to leave B.W.Fitz--someone also wants to end her life.

Toni's thoughts: I absolutely loved this book. Be forewarned that once you start reading this book you will not want to put it down. I really liked the variety of character's and the progression of the book. She would throw out teaser's here and there and it kept you wrapped up in a wonderfully woven story. At first it just seemed like a light read but it turned into a story that has quite a bit of depth and intrigue. I just really, really enjoyed this book. I do have to say that there is a huge cliffhanger at the end but the next book is coming out this fall and she gives you the first chapter of the next book. (Which only makes you want to read more). I am glad I was given the opportunity to review this book and maybe she will let me review the next one (hint hint).

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