From USA TODAY Bestselling Author, C. L. Stone, read Love's Cruel Redemption, the much-anticipated twelfth book in The Academy Ghost Bird Series.Sangs life was on pause after the dramatic break with her real family. Now shes back in the game, returning to Ashley Waters to appear like a normal student. However, returning to school hasnt made her life any easier. When it comes to the Academy and her role in the secret organization, theres no such thing as normal.When Kotas mother catches Sang and the guys in the complex web of lies theyve woven, everything starts to unravel: Their relationships, their ties to the Academy. Everythings under risk of exposure.Nathan struggles most with his conscience and lying to Erica Lee, the woman who supported him when his own mother was never there, doesnt seem like the right thing to do. Shes his family and Nathan knows you shouldnt lie to family. But he also knows the truth could hurt her: It could put Erica in danger. And it could force Kota to make a choice he should never have to: his mother and sister, or his teamhis chosen family.With Ashley Waters High School under attack and the principal now missing, the Academy needs to maintain its cover more than ever. Its a bad time for Erica to start discovering what the Academy is really all about.But to protect them all, Nathans willing to take the heat. Hell do it for Sang, as well as Kota, Victor, Silas, Gabriel, Luke, North, and the rest of the team. He may be their only chance at survival.But Sang, who committed to be all in with her team, isnt about to let Nathan go down alone.The Academy: Family First...
|Title||:||Love's Cruel Redemption (The Ghost Bird #12)|
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|Number of Pages||:||507 pages|
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Love's Cruel Redemption (The Ghost Bird #12) Reviews
After finally removing Sang from her family and taking a brief rest, the team is heading back to Ashley Waters to continue their original case for the Academy. This time Sang goes back as an obvious member of the team. As the case heats up the school falls further into chaos. The same can be said for the team as Jessica and Erica, Kota's family catch Nathan and Sang together. Misunderstandings, confusion, hurt feelings all ensue and Nathan takes the blame to protect the team from making decision ...more
Well, I've just finished the eleventh book in this series, Black and Green. Don't worry, I won't spoil, however I know this book is going to give us a whirlwind of emotions due to the teaser the author gave us. Incredibly excited, and I know it will be amazing.
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After months of waiting... the next book in The Ghost Bird series is finally here. I have been waiting for what seems like forever to read this book and I have been counting down the days until its release. Let me start off by saying that I binge read the first eleven books so to wait as long as I did for this one, I built it up a lot in my head and I had a lot of high expectations. So what naturally comes with having these high expectations, is disappoin ...more
I have mixed feelings about this book. First of all, for a book that comes out once a year there was a lot of errors in it. There are authors who put out 4 books the same size as this in a year and there are less errors. I expect more polish for such a wait. On to the story itself...
Sang. I am probably one of the few people who like Sang. Sang reminds me so much of myself that its sometimes painful to read about her. HOWEVER - she has had less and less of a personality lately. In this book she i ...more
So what can I say... love this series from the very beginning. This book is different from the rest in which we finally see some progression within the dynamics that is Sang and her guys. As a team and family and even though there are doubts they seam to finally finalize with what their feeling are towards one another. I like the mystery of this story line and the ending was like unbelievable and puts a whole new twist to what I thought and brand new perspective to see where CL i ...more
I feel if you're this far into the series, you are in it for the long haul and I don't need to tell you how fabulous this book, and series, is, but I'm going to anyways.
The Academy series is the one that got me started on my reverse harem journey and I am still absolutely in love with it.
I think it just gets better and better as we go on.
This is told from a dual point of view.
Sang and Nathan.
And I will warn you now, this book focuses heavily on Nathan.
Usually when we heard that a book would b ...more
What a disappointment.
I love this series... but Love’s Cruel Redemption was a very hard read for me.... Hard as in- I could hardly force myself to finish it. I found the story line boring and the whole book lacked any romance -something I never would expect in book 12 of a series. I found myself just skipping paragraphs so I could finish the dang thing. The whole school storyline with the teacher and principle was anticlimactic, Sang kissed a few boys (big whoop), no crazy Sorenson family drama. ...more