Hope Manson ruled her school senior year. When a girl in her class, Jenny, spreads a rumor about Hope, an attempt of getting even ends with Jenny dead and Hope in prison for man-slaughter. Six years later, she is let out with one goal in mind- to make a difference.
A difference for Jenny.
Hope will be anything but selfish.
Wes Styles is a arrogant and rude.
He is controlling, self obsessed, and just plain mean.
And Hope likes it. She wants someone to treat her like dirt, as a reminder of what she did.
Plus, if someone treats her like horribly, she can't fall in love- right? Because falling in love is the most selfish thing you can do.
Wes Styles loves women. He loves when they're calling his name, making him come, or digging nails into his back. He does not fall in love with women.
When Wes meets Hope, he is immediately intrigued by the fact she likes being treated like nothing more than a pile of dirt.
And he knows she is holding a dark secret.
But he doesn't want to know what this secret is, because when he finds out the truth, he may leave. And for the first time in his life, he doesn't want to.
Warning: This story deals with topics not suitable for everyone, including self harm and bullying. Recommended for mature adults, 18+ in age, due to intense sexual situations, violence, and strong language.
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Great storyline. But I wish it was a little longer
** I was lucky enough to Beta read this for Ashley.** After reading this the first thing I thought of was "Tragedy to Love!!!" This is the best way I can describe Ex Convict. Hope---She had everything she ever wanted handed to her. She thought she was Queen B and that everyone should look up to her and do things her way. The only thing is all of this led to her fall, which ended up landing her in the one place that she never though she would be. Wes---He is a dominant male, who is also very cocky. Even though he is those two things he is very loyal to his friends and family. He knows what he wants and love is not it. However, a one night stands leaves him wanting more and not realizing it at first. Wes is a true alpha male that knows when he is wrong. I absolutely loved this book because it hits very close to home in more ways than one. The main one being that I am a teacher and would love to find someone like Hope to come and talk to students about the things that could happen if you are the Queen B and lose everything to bullying. With Hope having lost everything she is slowly building her life back up by becoming a motivational speaker and how what she did changed everything for her and those around her. I think that having someone do this in an actual school would help kids realize that life is more than what they think it is. I loved this book, however I love anything that Ashley writes. So, I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that would love to read about events that could happen and how even though you may hit rock bottom you can grow from that.