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Filthy Rich Boys by C.M. Stunich Review

Title: Filthy Rich Boys

Author: C.M. Stunich

First published March 27, 2019

382 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.06


Burberry Prep is a school for the filthy rich boys. They are the kings of the school, and everyone else is beneath them.

But then Marnye Reed shows up, and they can’t have that. They make it their mission to break her, to show her she doesn’t belong.

But Marnye isn’t going down without a fight. She may not have their wealth, but she has her determination, and she won’t let their cruelty defeat her.

Can she stand up to the gods of the school and come out on top? Find out in FILTHY RICH BOYS, a steamy and mature high school bully romance novel.

This is book one of four in the series and contains explicit language and sexual scenes.

Editoral Review

C.M. Stunich’s Filthy Rich Boys is an explosive new addition to the young adult romance genre. The book, first published on March 27, 2019, follows the story of a young woman, Piper, as she navigates her new school, her relationships, and her past.

Filled with drama, angst, and steamy romance, Filthy Rich Boys is a thrilling read that is sure to keep readers on the edge of their seats. Stunich is a talented young adult romance author who has made a name for herself with her unique storytelling style and her ability to create complex and engaging characters.

Her books have gained a following for their unapologetic and emotionally raw portrayals of young love, making Filthy Rich Boys a natural fit for her fanbase. Set in the opulent world of the rich and famous, the novel centers around Piper, a young woman who is forced to move to a new school after her father’s business fails.

There, she meets the Filthy Rich Boys, a group of wealthy and privileged young men who immediately catch her eye. As she gets to know them better, Piper finds herself drawn into a web of dangerous secrets and forbidden love.

Stunich’s writing is both raw and sophisticated, weaving a complex narrative that keeps readers fully invested in the story from the first page. The pacing of the book is excellent, with just the right amount of tension and drama to keep the reader engaged without ever feeling rushed.

The characters are all well-developed, with nuanced motivations and personalities that feel real and relatable. One of the book’s biggest strengths is its exploration of class and privilege.

Stunich does an excellent job of highlighting the ways in which the Filthy Rich Boys’ immense wealth and power affect their relationships and decision-making. This is especially timely given the current cultural climate, where issues of economic inequality and privilege are at the forefront of public discourse.

That being said, the book isn’t without its flaws. Some readers may find the love triangle at the center of the story to be a bit too cliched, and the portrayal of some of the supporting characters can feel a bit one-dimensional at times.

Additionally, the book does contain some mature content, which may not be suitable for all readers. Overall, if you’re a fan of steamy young adult romance novels that explore complex themes of power and privilege, then Filthy Rich Boys is definitely worth a read.

While it may not be for everyone, this book packs a punch with its engaging characters, fast-paced plot, and emotionally charged storytelling. I would give Filthy Rich Boys a rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars, making it a solid addition to any young adult romance lover’s bookshelf.

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