Monday, November 9, 2020

Not My Hero (Black Mountain Academy) by Michelle Heard: Release Blitz + Review

Title: Not My Hero
Series: Black Mountain Academy
Author: Michelle Heard
Genre: High School Bully Romance
Release Date: November 9, 2020
Review Source: Candi Kane PR

He walked into school on his first day and didn’t care what the other students thought of him.

Dark. Broody. Dangerous.

He didn’t care where I cared too much.

Then the rumors started.

He failed his senior year at his previous school. His brother committed suicide. It’s his fault.

And for one blessed week, I wasn't the topic of discussion.

You see, I’m the daughter of a socialite who has no soul. I’m the one paying for her sins. They never let me forget where I come from, and she never stops telling me what a failure I am.

But then Colton Lawson looks at me, and unlike the other student’s, his dark gaze seems to see through the lies spun around me.

He starts appearing out of nowhere, fighting my battles for me only to stalk away, making me feel like I’m nothing but a nuisance.

My name is Brie Weinstock, and this is my story of how a boy walked into my hell and fought for me, even though I never expected him to.

The question is, am I strong enough to repay the favor?

This is a high school romance that deals with sensitive subjects. Adult readers only.

Not everything in life must come hard, or with consequences. Never having anyone to trust or fall back on is the hardest part.  Growing up, Brie had an extremely hard life with a horrible mother, so trusting people did not come easy for her. When the new broody guy targets her for reasons she doesn't believe at first, she is hesitant of him. Colton soon makes her realize that not everyone is out to hurt her and takes her under his wing. The chemistry between the two is off the charts. However, with both afraid of getting hurt or the other person not feeling the same, will they let their guards down? Will they find their happily ever after?

This book put me in my feels in an incredibly good way. I love to see the protective alpha come out in the males when someone messes with something they feel belongs to them. Highly recommended!

Michelle Heard is a Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling Author who loves creating stories her readers can get lost in. She resides in South Africa with her son where she's always planning her next book to write, and trip to take.

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