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The thrilling final installment in The Sainthood series by USA Today bestselling author Siobhan Davis.

Everything changed after the attempt on my life, and now, I’m more determined than ever to crush my enemies until they lie in pieces at my feet.

Sinner believes he has pushed me into a corner, but he underestimates my thirst for revenge.

Nothing will stand in my way.

And I’m no longer in this alone. Saint, Galen, Caz, and Theo have won my trust and my heart. Together, we are an unbreakable team and an unstoppable force.

Staying one step ahead of the game is critical to our success, so we’ve little choice but to partner with the most unlikely of allies. The situation is tense and fraught with danger, and it’s not just our lives at stake.

Everything rests on finding the evidence that links The Sainthood to Daphne Leydon’s kidnapping and murder, and we’re running out of time.

Sinner thinks war has already come to Lowell. But he has overlooked his deadliest enemy and the challenge that comes from within.

We won’t stop until he’s defeated and we have taken his crown.

Sinner is going down.

479 pages, Kindle Edition

First published July 30, 2020

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Siobhan Davis is a USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Amazon Top 5 bestselling romance author. Siobhan writes emotionally intense stories with swoon-worthy romance, complex characters, and tons of unexpected plot twists and turns that will have you flipping the pages beyond bedtime! She has sold over 2 million books, and her titles are translated into several languages.

Prior to becoming a full-time writer, Siobhan forged a successful corporate career in human resource management.

She lives in the Garden County of Ireland with her husband and two sons.

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August 11, 2020
Filthy dirty shag fest, and taking down some bad guys too!

If you’ve read the first two books in this series, Resurrection and Rebellion, you know this is a reverse harem romance between one girl, Harlow (a.k.a. Lo) and four members of The Sainthood. It is every bit as steamy as the first two books and more. Harlow is in love with all four guys and they each love her, and two of the guys are even attracted to each other. So there is a lot of love going around. This book is sizzling hot and I would give it a heat index of more than 5 flames if 5 wasn’t the limit. Either way it is scorching hot and definitely lives up to all five flames 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥.

There are also triggers in this book. We know that Saint’s father Sinner is the leader of the Sainthood and he is engaged to Harlow’s mother Giana. Sinner has given her bruises in the past but Giana insists she is fine and can take care of herself. We also know from the last book that Sinner has taken Lo into the Sainthood but she has yet to be initiated. Sinner planned to take Harlow for himself and share her with some of the Sainthood board members as her initiation but there was an emergency at the time so he had yet to make that happen but still plans on it.

There was a lot going on in this book in addition to all the steamy scenes. There was a lot of action since Harlow and the guys were still trying to bring Sinner and the corrupt guys in the Sainthood down. They are being helped by Diesel, who is the guy that Harlow’s father trusted who has been training her for combat since the time when she was kidnapped by Sinner at 13 years old. Lo has had a physical relationship with Diesel in the past so it is funny to see how possessive and jealous Saint gets around Diesel.

Saint doesn’t just get possessive around Diesel but really any other guy as well, like Harlow’s friend from school and Bryant Eccleston, the guy who is working with the Sainthood while spying on his old crew the Arrows. There are also a few times when Harlow is outrageously possessive of her guys as well. I am not sure that I like those scenes though. I don’t mind if a girl is as possessive as a guy, but Lo gets downright gang banger street chick with some girls and it isn’t a good look for a woman. I realize they are only 18, but still it is one thing to be strong and stand up for yourself and another to act like a total thug and beat down on someone for making the mistake of hitting on your guy.

Those few scenes aside, I really liked the storyline about bringing down Sinner Lennox. He is shown more than once to be cruel, ruthless and an utter waste of space on this planet so it is a great story. The character development is terrific, even for the supporting characters. Though especially the main characters. The four love interests each have their own backgrounds and characteristics.

Saint is the leader of their group of five and the son of Sinner (Neo Lennox). He grew up without a mother, told by Sinner that she abandoned him as a baby because she never wanted him. Though Sinner never showed any love for him. Galen is his cousin and Galen’s mother is an alcoholic and drug addict who constantly retreats from the world. He has to spend all his money paying for her home and upkeep and has to keep a full-time nurse to take care of her.

Theo was Harlow’s boyfriend years ago prior to joining the Sainthood, so they have a deep connection. His parents disowned him when he joined the Sainthood even though he has kept up his grades and hasn’t gotten into any legal trouble. Caz is the happy go lucky guy of the bunch and he is bisexual. Though all four guys are in love with Harlow and vice versa, Caz has the hots for Theo. Theo has only ever been with women but is interested in Caz as well, though tormented about it. So there are a lot of hot looks and a bunch of sexual tension between those two. I really enjoyed this book and the entire series.

I voluntarily read & reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts & opinions are my own.

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375 reviews209 followers
July 31, 2020

FIVE REVERSE HAREM STARS for Harlow, Saint, Galen, Caz and Theo 😍🔥❤!!!


I can’t believe this is the last book in the series. I fell in love with these characters so much reading about them through three books that it was hard for me to say goodbye to them in the last book.

I have never read RH books before this series and I have to admit that I was a little scared whether I would like this trope or not.

But when it comes to Siobhan and her skillful writing I hardly like anything.

Siobhan did a great job and wrote another series that will stay in my memory for a long time.

"Reign" is the third and final book in "The Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High" series.

It's a reverse harem, dark high school bully romance book with a lot of angst, secrets and unexpected turns that will make your heart beats fast.

Lo is a female character that I adore a lot because of her strength to keep fighting and never give up. She also keeps boys together so they all can keep going through everything as a family.

These characters had changed a lot through this trilogy and absolutely won my heart!

If you've read and loved the previous two books, then you MUST READ THIS BOOK TOO!!!

Highly recommended!!!

I voluntarily reviewed an advance complimentary copy of this book.
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1,315 reviews117 followers
February 4, 2023
2023 Review: still 4 ⭐️

2020 Review: Harlow is back with her boys in the final Sainthood book, and they’re ready to kick ass and take names later!

Still one of my favorite RH dynamics to date, but receiving this ARC was so bittersweet for me. I wasn’t ready to part with Lo, Saint, Galen, Caz, and Theo—it’s one of those stories that you want to go on forever, but Siobhan wrapped it up nicely. It didn’t feel rushed, even though there was so much crazy shit going down, and had such a satisfying ending.

If you’ve kept up with the series, it’s a must read!
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679 reviews36 followers
July 24, 2022
I did not expect anything that happened in this book
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779 reviews191 followers
July 30, 2020
Wow what an amazing ending to this trilogy!

These boys, Saint, Galen, Theo and Caz stoke my heart in book one. I loved that they weren’t perfect, they messed up time and time again and were unapologetic about it because that’s how they were feeling at the time but when push came to shove they always had each other’s backs and I love the loyalty between them.

Harlow was amazing. She is the kick ass heroine that I love to read about in books. She didn’t like to sit back and her let her men fight her battles for her and I love that so much. She wasn’t scared to get her hands dirty even when the unthinkable happened.

This series was action packed, full of twists and turns that kept on the edge of my seat the whole time trying to guess what was coming next. Also the sex scenes were actual fire! On several occasions they had me squirming in my seat!

A must read trilogy if you love RH, action packed stories that have you engrossed until the bitter end!
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July 24, 2020


I love you all equally, even though what we share is uniquely different, because you all love and support me in different ways. But the sentiment is the same. I didn’t believe love existed for me— until I found you.

'Reign' is the final book of the ' Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High' trilogy by the best selling author Siobhan Davis. Told in multiple perspectives, get ready have your mind blown by Caz , Galen , Theo ,Saint and Harlow one again!!

This author has become my favourite author of all time. The moment I see that she is writing a new book , there is no second Guessing for me. I have to read that!!! The Sainthood trilogy has to be one of the best Reverse Harem trilogy of all time. You think that the starting of this series was amazing, well that holds nothing to ending , because this author has again done it!! She has marvelously ended another amazing series making sure that the characters stay with us for a long long time.

This book picks off right where the second one ended . I can't tell you much about the storyline as that might or might not be a spoiler for anyone. Harlow was usual the most badass heroines of all time and the boys had me swooning so bad!! The things were finally ok between all of them and the only motive they have now is to take down Sinner. This book had so many twists and turns and kept me at the edge of my seat till the very last page. There were times when I thought that things were finally settling down for these amazing but so troubled characters , but I still had that feeling in my gut that things were about to get really bad. I love the thrill this author provides. The unpredictability she gives in her books is one of top reasons why she is my favourite author!!

This book had me drowning in so many emotions. There were times when I was laughing ,times when I was so devastated about something that happened to a certain character and when I wanted to kill some people (mostly Sinner, that man was evil incarnated). I am so sad about saying goodbye to these characters and I hope that Siobhan has some mercy on my soul and decides to make a reappearance of these characters!!


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209 reviews32 followers
February 7, 2023
not my favorite out of the other 2 but this was still so good!

so many twists and turns that i did not see coming, my head was spinning😭
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August 27, 2020
***4 "Queenie!!!!" stars***



This was one of my most anticipated book of this year and it did meet my expectations to a certain level!!!
Well, finally, some freakin' answers!!!
Answers that we were craving since book 1!!! And I'm so happy that we finally got them all!!!
And of course more of Harlow and her Saints!!!! Hell yes!!!!
These five is a hot mixture that can leave you hot and bothered!!!!

"They are mine, and I am theirs and everyone needs to learn that inrefutable truth."

Well, in here, Lo and the guys are determined to get to the bottom of all this madness that is surrounding them and they want to get Sinner down once and for all and far away from their lives...
All five of them has serious problems outside their common ones!!!! Especially the Lennox cousins!!!
Lo is in deep with the Sainthood and her Saints and now, she is starting to worry about her mother too!!!
Everything is messed up and these five are in the eye of the storm....
What will happen after all???

"Nothing or no one is ever going to tear us apart.
Especially not Neo "Sinner" Lennox."

Big, life-changing secrets are coming into the light and the guys are in a bad place, especially Saint.
My heart was breaking for his behalf!!!! What can I say??? I have a weakness toward this guy!!!
At the same time, the boys want to get Lo out of Sinner's claws and they are going to "extreme" measures to accomplish it!!!
Harlow has too many shits on her plate, but she never stopped fighting back and showing her claws...

>"I don't want my darkness to infect you."
"Darkness is a part of who you are. And it's a part of me too. Your darkness sings to my darkness... Your darkness doesn't scare me."

As for the romance part???? This deal between these five are working way too good, but now, feelings had taken root inside of them and the things are getting serious...
The truth is that this "thing" between them is working way too good, even though my mind can not fully accept it....
In my opinion, some things were rushing too quickly, but i can understand the necessity of it!!!
Also, I might needed a little bit more of complication to pump my blood, i think!!! I'm crazy, I know!!!

"It's hard to imagine my life before they bulldozed their way into my heart, making it their home."

As always, I loved the guys!!!! Each one of them is unique and sooo wonderful in his own way!!!
Caz remains the sweet and funny teddy bear that you would like to hug. In here, he surprised me more than once!!!
Theo is always the caring one, even though he has his own frustrated issues to solve...
Tortured Galen seemed the most serene and levelheaded in here!!! I learned to love him, even though we had a rocky beginning...
As for Saint???? I loved this guy to the moon and back!!!
He is stubborn, but sexy as hell. He seems broody, but he is sooo caring... His heart is wounded and he just needs somedoby to love him for him to become the man that he was destined to be...
The sure thing in here is that Harlow is a very lucky girl, since she owns these boys's hearts!!!

"Their love isn't all rainbows and unicorns. It's rough, it's tough, and sometimes it hurts, but I wouldn't have it other way, because we're a team."

As for Harlow??? She 's still the badass that she always was, but...
Hmmm... I had some issues with her!!!! She seemed so much arrogant in here and i was caughting myself to eyerolling way too much in her way...
Another one of my issues were all that sex... Sex, sex, sex everywhere and with everyone!!!! I got tired of it way too soon!!!
Also the constant declaration of love from everywhere bored me in a way....
But except these things, i can not deny that this story had charmed me for once again!!!
Siobhan Davis knows how to do exactly that!!! To charm her way into our hearts and minds!!!

"Harlow has never been a princess. She's always been a queen."

**An ARC was given to me in exchange of an honest review**
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1,672 reviews818 followers
July 25, 2020
Leaving characters and the world behind that you’re addicted to is always bittersweet, but Reign is more sweet for me than bitter- not because of the story, oh no, this story is shattering, I was a wreck- but rather because Siobhan has delivered the PERFECT conclusion to one of my all time favorite series. Reign is a magnificent and refreshingly unique opus- truly Siobhan Davis at her finest. This conclusion is sexy, gritty, edgy and dangerous, an incomparable page turner, but at its core it highlights what Siobhan Davis writes like no other- the liberating, empowering, and elevating potential of a fierce love.

From the very first chapter of this series (in Resurrection), I knew this series would be ground breaking. That first chapter was perhaps the strongest, most engrossing first chapter I’ve ever read in a romance series. You knew this was special, that Siobhan was making magic, you knew this was going to be genre defining. The Sainthood series are not books- they are an experience. As our story comes to a close, I can do nothing but applaud Siobhan Davis for the masterpiece she’s created, with every book being even better than the last. These characters, this story, have become a part of me.

Somehow Siobhan has both delivered on everything I wanted and shocked me all at once. To say anything about the plot would be not only a betrayal to Siobhan but also a betrayal to you, dear reader. You deserve to experience this as it is intended to be experienced- with you on your guard, mesmerizingly anxious, completely off kilter. So you won’t get details from me- but we all know where this is going, the quest to destroy Sinner side by side with figuring out the dynamic of this harem. The narrative is no holds barred- the stakes are high, and Siobhan isn’t scared to show us this, over and over. The story unfolds at a breakneck pace, a beautiful mix of jaw dropping action and deeply resonant emotional moments. This book is a tornado of energy and emotion- I cried happy tears, frustrated tears, and even devastated ones. I was rocked.

The characters have really defined this series- Siobhan has created them so lovingly, with such nuance and complexity, and in this conclusion we not only get to watch the magic of them growing individually but also get to see them settling in as a newly minted 5-person unit. Siobhan gives LOTs of time and space for these relationships to breathe in this final book, a beautiful juxtaposition of dark and sweetness permeates these pages. Each individual pair gets time to be further defined and strengthened, while also making space to explore this group as a unit- the formation of an unbreakable chosen family bond. The sexy times are the hottest I’ve read from her- MY GOODNESS. But what I loved even more was the embracing of emotional vulnerability now that they all fully trust one another- this is PURE character magic. Siobhan fully cracks each of these characters open until we can see the beat of the hearts in their open chests. These are characters who are hard to love, but who love each other easily. Characters who have doubted their own worthiness, their own potential to sacrifice and care for another, but whose connection inspires them to do it naturally. We see how love is not easy- in fact, the chaotic and explosive plot is a beautiful allegory to just how HARD loving someone else is, let alone many someones. In Reign, love is about teamwork and partnership, and that partnership inspires the capacity for change. We get to see the magic of what happens when each of these hardened, hurt individuals let down their walls and form an unbreakable unit- and my god, it is consuming and captivating. I could feel these characters breathing next to me, they are so real to me. There is no greater harem than this one. SO much sizzling chemistry, real and profound emotion, and profound complexity.

What I loved most about this final chapter, however, is how decidedly feminist this narrative is- how this is a story about the power and strength of one woman. And that comes down to this series' most beautiful element- Harlow. Harlow is a QUEEN- one of the most original, most complex, most interesting, and most inspiring heroines I’ve read in a romance novel to date. She’s truly unparalleled. And Siobhan isn’t scared to let this be her story- to let her reign. Harlow centers these alpha, dominant, scary men- their relationship is on her terms, their choices are her choices, their direction her call. Because Reign is a beautiful representation of a woman unapologetically embracing her power as a woman, and those that love her willingly giving up some of their own to ensure that she is the master of her journey. Sure, Harlow has always been a fighter- a ball busting powerhouse who owns her sexuality, who is unabashed about who she is, who is strong and fierce and a FORCE. But I love how Siobhan has bookended her character’s evolution to tell a more complex character journey. Her story with this world began with her kidnapping- robbing her of her worldview, her innocence, her physical and emotional safety- taking away her own power, her own control. With each book, we’ve seen how Harlow has sought to reclaim that- Harlow on the defensive, arming herself with the physical and emotional weapons she needs to ensure her power is never stripped from her again. That was all at risk when she found herself entangled in this web- as we found her in book 1 fighting to control her own story when faced with these misogynistic gangs, as the guys, as Sinner, and Darrow, even Diesel and her father sought to control her. Yes, even those protecting her tried to control her, with secrets, with half truths, with deceit. We’ve seen Harlow resist, control herself and her own vulnerability to protect herself, something we explored in book 2. And in this final book, we see Harlow FULLY unleashed, on the offensive- and my, what a glorious sight to behold. Because Harlow has fully reclaimed her path- a journey catalyzed both because she now recognizes that there is strength in vulnerability, she can let others in and still be powerful, but also because her guys finally recognize that in order to love Harlow, in order to protect her, they don’t need to control her- they need to let her unleash herself, by giving her the power to be the hero. This is the story of Harlow becoming her own hero, and it is by far one of the most remarkable and riveting character journeys I’ve read.

So, Siobhan- Sláinte! Reign is everything I needed and more. I was on the edge of my seat, biting my nails off, flabbergasted at the twists- but even more importantly, I was both emotionally challenged and rewarded. You have set the bar for what is possible in storytelling so high, I’m not sure anyone else but you can surpass it.
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914 reviews336 followers
July 30, 2020
⭐️ 3 Stars ⭐️
This review is hard for me to write because as much as I loved the first two books in The Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High series, Reign felt off to me. It was enjoyable at times and the intrigue certainly had some twists, action and surprises along the way, but I struggled all read long to get completely invested in the story. I guess that I'm also in a little book slump, so it didn't help. The characters as individuals were as amazing as ever, but I'll admit that the RH trope isn't necessary for me. While I enjoyed Lo and the boys experimenting sexually together in the previous books, I wasn't a fan of them starting a committed relationship all together. Though I have to say their intimate moments were so hot, but maybe too frequent and it kept me from getting into the plot line.

Lo is still the fierce heroine, determined to avenge her father's death and destroy The Sainthood and Sinner. She embraces her different life choice with her poly-amorous relationship and is so supportive of her men. Saint, Galen, Caz and Theo treat Lo like their queen without jealousy toward each other, only respect.

Reign was an okay read for me for the overall vibe I got while reading. I'm entirely satisfied with the way everything wrapped up about The Sainthood and Sinner and got all the answers I was seeking.

** ARC received in exchange for an honest review **
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308 reviews31 followers
July 19, 2020
I don’t even know how to start this review. My emotions are all over the place. What I can say though is it was an amazing ride. This series was just the perfect mix of pull your heart strings, action, hope and love with a side of steam. The just all around plot line from start to finish was out of this world. This book especially brought the steam and emotions along with twists and turns your heart could barely handle. One minute I’m yelling kill him and the next my heart’s breaking and the next I’m fanning myself off from some pretty steamy scenes. My EMOTIONS were everywhere and I couldn’t have loved this book more or the series. The characters embedded themselves in my heart and I can honestly say Lo is just so freaking amazing and aspiration goals. She never gave up and made sure her men never did either. They worked as a family unit in this book especially. I also want to give a shoutout to Diesel, I absolutely loved his character and in particular his steadfastness and loyalty to Lo. Be ready with the tissue box this is a rough and wonderful ride and you’ll love it!
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1,241 reviews183 followers
November 22, 2020
The ultimate reverse harem, romantic suspense!!! Tensions run high. The drama is thick. Their love is real and your every fantasy will be fulfilled...HOLY HOTNESS!

Book three brings the conclusion to the Sainthood series. Buckle up! It’s super hottt and filled with twists you’ll never see coming. Sinner is their target and they won’t stop until they end his reign.

Saint, Galen, Theo, Caz and Harlow will strengthen their bond and everyone will know they are together. All the while, they will be planning and plotting to take down their enemy.

The conclusion will tie everything together. You’ll find out all the answers to the questions you have been dying to ask. Blood will be shed and lives will be lost. To get the future they deserve, they have no other choice.

This was a super sexy, suspenseful series that kept me riveted. I’m so glad I didn’t have to wait between books to get to the end. The perfect binge!
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796 reviews68 followers
July 28, 2020
The conclusion to The Sainthood trilogy is downright sexy, brutal, full of intrigue, danger and a unique, special and powerful love. Siobhan Davis never fails to knock it out of the park with on the edge action, sexual tension and angst. I absolutely loved how the book picked up right where we left off from Rebellion, and it did not slow down for a single second, which made this book an epic conclusion to an already amazing series. The love between Lo and her men is so strong and unwavering. We see them grow not only individually but as a team. All characters have shown a ton of growth since the beginning of the trilogy, and it’s been a hell of a ride going on this journey with them.

It is bittersweet that these characters have come to an end and I'll always want more. However, Siobhan Davis has left me with a form of satisfaction with how she concluded their story.
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600 reviews51 followers
August 4, 2020
5 Sinful Crowns


Have you ever been so addicted to a series that you just don’t want it to end? Well, this has turned into one of those for me. Siobhan has created a sinfully delicious RH romance that will pull you straight into the darkness and cloak you in the very fibers of sin. This series is without a doubt one of my favorite RH ever and I’m so glad I got to live in this world if only for a while.

The thing that I love most about this series is Harlow and how Siobhan created her with the most empowering personality. This girl fights for what she wants and never apologizes for her needs. So often woman are made to feel dirty and are disregarded in so many aspects of the world but in this she is Queen and they will do any and everything for her. Her strength and perseverance shines with the brightest light, you can’t help but love her for it. I love strong female leads and Harlow is that in spades.

The progression of each of the individual relationships with Harlow were done with a precision and grace that could not be matched. Every single one is different in their own way and they all contribute different things to her and her to them. Siobhan did an excellent job of giving them all uniquely different personalities and maintaining them through each book. The structure and connections are so different that is adds these enticingly distinctive layers to the story.

This series has been an intense edge of your seat ride from the beginning of Resurrection to the last page of Reign. Everything about these characters is utterly addictive and unputdownable. And don’t get me started on the twists and turns that are enough to give you whiplash. Siobhan has Slayed this RH series, I’m sad that it’s over but I’m so happy for the ride.

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385 reviews7 followers
July 14, 2020

I was lucky enough to read the beta copy of this book. I am telling you, it was one wild ride. Sinner is the perfect villain in that you hate him, you despise him. He is just evil incarnate.

This book was such a wild ride. That's honestly the best way to put it. So much happened I almost feel dizzy, but in a good way. Siobhan always writes herself into what I always think is a crazy corner she can't get out of. She somehow always writes her way out of it, and makes it completely believable too. It might be one of my favorite thing about her writing.

I really love the group dynamics between Harlow and her 4 men. I'd never read reverse harem until Siobhan started writing it. In her other reverse harem books, the relationships are more separate- the intimate actions aren't shared. That is not the case with Harlow and her guys, right from the beginning- it's been a group sexual dynamic. I never would have guessed that I would like that, but I really do!

If you liked the first two books in the series, you absolutely HAVE to read this book!
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176 reviews35 followers
July 25, 2020
Siobhan Davis never fails at knocking it out of the park with sexual tension and angst. I absolutely loved how the book picked up right where we left off and didn't slow down for a single moment. The love between Lo and her man is so strong and unwavering. We see them grow not only individually but as a team. The love, the angst, the down right badassery, get ready for an incredible ride.
September 2, 2021
This series has blown my mind and I loved every minute of it. The final showdown is here and once again the action was strong throughout. The men are finally piecing things together and they all form a plan to take down Sinner & the Sainthood once and for all. They make new allies and uncover the traitor, someone I really never expected. I will say while all the books border the dark genre, this one really crossed the line and there were certainly some cringe worthy and triggering moments but I think if you've made it this far in the series you should be ok. The one thing I am most mad about in the series is how her bestie's story ran through. We learn early on things took a turn for the worse and I'm just in denial about these events lol. One thing I did notice from the start was how Saint came off as like boyfriend #1 or the main guy and the others were just the backups.? Sure we get to know them more but he’s the lead guy in all ways for them I guess, I didn’t exactly love that. Then again with some M/M added in this book brings more meaning to a happy harem. Also quick note but it’s weird but until finishing I didn’t realize how much the story sort of left the whole high school concept without me knowing. Sure they go a few times but it’s no longer the entire setting of the story and I think more took place outside than times they even went lol. I only think I notice this so much because I really liked some of the side characters like Shaun and Emmett but they kinda got pushed away as the series progressed. I do wish we got more of a future epilogue but I’m happy with how things wrapped up. I'm so glad I dived into this series as it did not disappoint.
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1,368 reviews373 followers
July 30, 2020
Breathtaking! Absolutely breathtaking !
This series is unlike anything I have read before!
The author does an amazing job keeping us at the edge of our seat.

I had such a blast following this group of complex and unique characters.
I loved the twists and tuns, the emotion, the beautiful, raw writing and the wonderfully warped premise.
I highly recommend this series of you are looking for something fresh and different .
4 Stars from me!!
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August 4, 2020

RESURRECTION (The Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High #1) review
REBELLION (The Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High #2) review
REIGN (The Sainthood - Boys of Lowell High #3) review

A Story of a Queen & Her Kings: WHAT A CONCLUSION
*arc generously provided by the promo team in exchange for an honest review*

What’s this book about? (I'm trying to give as little spoilers as possible)
This is book 3. You need to have read book 1 to move on with this one. It’s dark, steamy and very open-minded about its #whychoose romance. BE AWARE OF THAT.

Book 3 in the The Sainthood – Boys of Lowell High series is an explosive ending to a steamy trilogy full of self-discovery, overcoming adversities and a group of characters too awesome to miss. The chemistry is so wholesome that it makes you adore these characters and their whole load of EXTRA. They are so extra, I swear. The steam…. UGH. Siobhan Davis is a STEAM QUEEN. She writes epic Reverse Harem. That’s a FACT. It’s not just the steam here; this final instalment had a bunch of emotional moments. Happy and sad ones, I had all the feels. REIGN was a little more twisty and even more suspenseful than the other books in the trilogy and it had me hooked. The twists… I’ll shut up now. If you loved the earlier books, you’ll definitely enjoy this one. It gives the characters a proper last dance with the devil. I recommend this to lovers of the dark romance type of steam, reverse harem and strong heroines that preach them facts on boys that need a lil trim (off their egos amongst other things *cough* *cough*).

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143 reviews13 followers
July 30, 2020
’It’s not weak to rely on the people who care about you.’

So, it is always hard for the final book in a series to live up to the expectation and hype. This one sadly for me wasn’t a five star read like the previous two in the series however I did rate it four stars as there were so many aspects of this book that I did love!

Once again the guys are gorgeous and loyal; just perfect matches for Harlow and they are all such a wonderful unit! I really enjoyed the scenes where they were all together. You can really feel the love and the banter between them all. I also really loved having those few chapters that are told from one of the guys’ perspective as it just really adds to the storytelling. I’m a sucker for a multiple POV as I just think it helps me connect with each member of the harem more. You get so much more insight when you know exactly how they are feeling and thinking. As much as I enjoy being in Harlow's mind, the guys just add more depth.

One main detractor for me was that no real action happened in this book until after the 50% mark. We had the odd exciting moment happen but nothing that pushed the main plot line along. After the halfway point though this book really did start to pick up the pace and I found myself not wanting to put it down - something that hadn’t happened at the beginning.

I really did love the later half of this book! The action picked up and every chapter brought something better than the one before! This faster pace was exactly what I had expected as the first two books in the series had been so full of action and jaw dropping moments!

The ending too! Wow. Just. WOW. I loved it!
A great conclusion and a satisfying end to an explosive series!

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
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745 reviews817 followers
August 21, 2021
"Lean on me and know that you never have to face anything alone again.”

the writing in this book IMPROVED from the first 2 books in the series. it was still dramatic but at least it wasn't cringy anymore. also, i still have no clue what this series is about... who tf are the sainthood? all i know is that its a RH series. literally all that plot was so fucking boring and just confusing.

for 3 books a bunch of 18 y.o. were running around killing people??? the only reason i even considered finishing this series was that i wanted theo and caz to get together.
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2,330 reviews41 followers
July 20, 2020
Time is running. In the world of The Sainthood, only the strongest will survive. Destroy or be destroyed. Harlow, Saint, Galen, Theo, and Caz must find a way to defeat Sinner but as determined as they are, he always seems to be one step ahead. But there's no way in hell they are going to lose. Sinner is fighting for power. They are fighting for love.

This story is unparalleled. The conclusion to The Sainthood is fierce, sexy, brutal, full of intrigue and danger and powerful love. Siobhan is brilliant. I fell in love with her writing from her very first book. Now she has found her footing among the elite RH authors. Harlow's guys are next level. Their individual personalities show such distinction and development. Their brotherhood with one another is deep and unquestionable. Their connection to Harlow was intense and forever. Harlow is a Badass Queen. She is f'n magnificent. This girl was born to rule the world. The side characters were compelling enough to deserve their own novellas. Diesel, Bryant...am I wrong?!? And the story itself was one crazy, convoluted, captivating ride. Beware, it's one of those books that once you reach a certain point, it's too late; you won't be able to put it down again until you reach the last page. Prepare to stay up all night. This is one of the few books where I would love to revisit the characters in five years to see where life has led them. Did they steer clear of The Sainthood or did Saint claim his birthright? Did Theo join VERO? Does Caz still have a word of the day? Has Galen let go of his past hurts? Who is adult Harlow and what trouble is she getting into? When fictional characters become real, when you fall in love with them, it's hard to let them go.

August 1, 2020
“You taste like a sin I want to indulge in over and over and over again.”

Captivating. Scorching Hot. Bad-Ass.

SIOBHAN HAS SLAYED US ALL. Harlow and the boys are back and they come seeking vengeance.

Reign is the conclusion of the Sainthood Trilogy and it is everything we needed from this series. The danger. The steam. The vengeance. The villains. All of it stuck with me and I will not soon forget this series.

Harlow has to be one of my favorite female characters I’ve ever read. She is so independent and comfortable with herself. She holds no punches and speaks her mind with no regrets. She is the icon I crave in a female characters.

Caz, Theo, Saint, Galen. Good lord.. these MEN. I am insanely jealous of Harlow. They are dangerous, possessive, extremely hot, and down right dirty.

I loved how equal all the guys are to Harlow. They all have their own personal traits and quirks that she deals with flawlessly.

This trilogy was full of dark, intense scenes that I craved. It keeps you on your toes starving for more. Completely and utterly addicting.

“I don’t want my darkness to infect you.”
“Your darkness sings to my darkness,”
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1,486 reviews124 followers
July 25, 2020
So good !!

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This is the last book in the series and omg it was amazing. I've been DYING to know what was going to happen with this gang. There was still so much to know and work out and I got everything I wanted. It's not been an easy ride for this crazy lot but God together there just so good and work well together.

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Harlow is a great character and has been throughout the whole series. She is so strong and sticks it up to anyone that gets in her way. The only thing that keeps her strong is the guys. They make a great team and are super hot together. Omg there so hot I had a plan in my head in what way I wanted it to work out with them all. Did it happen?? nope but I was still happy with everything and maybe a lil hot under the collar in parts.

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All the guys are brilliant but Saint being was my favourite and alway has been. Caz and Troy are great to but then there is Galen I've been on the fence with since the first book and wasnt sure if I could trust but since the second book things did get better but by the end of this book I luvd him just had much has the rest. Things arent easy for them but the main thing in there life is Lo and protecting her from Sinner is what needs to be done. That man is the most annoying, irritating and disgusting man ever. He just got worst throughout the series and got more evil.

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I would highly recommend this book. The while series is excellent you do have to read them in order and there are cliffys !! But once there all out you HAVE to read them. The story is full of drama and had me hooked from the start. Everything was great I really luvd it.

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207 reviews16 followers
December 18, 2020
have you ever read a book or series that completely consumed you? you didn’t go on social media and barely talked to anyone because you were so engrossed in the story?

That was The Sainthood series for me. I couldn’t put this down. I went to sleep late and woke up early (still suffering from sleep deprivation) to have more time reading.

Reign was a serious whirlwind. It was emotional and action packed. And it was the perfect ending to Lo and her men’s story. Honestly, i’m still recovering from being upset that it’s over. i’ve fallen hard for this group.

In the other books you learn and see how terrible Sinner is, but in this book you want to jump in the pages and straight up torture and murder him. Dinner easily became one of my top 5 most hated book villains.

This book was perfect in every way. it wrapped up open storylines and gave the reader everything they wanted. There were still surprises in this book and I loved that we were still guessing shit until the end. And Lo is as strong and badass as ever.

Do yourself a favor and read this series. It’s worth every sleep deprived second.
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1,243 reviews143 followers
July 25, 2020
Amount of sex 4 / 5
How explicit are the sex scenes 4 / 5
Story 5 / 5
Overall: 5 / 5

I just love this series, and I couldn’t wait to read Reign, the third and final book in The Sainthood – Boys of Lowell High series. Even though this is true, I felt conflicted as I didn’t want the story to end. Like all of Siobhan’s books, the storyline was top-notch, but honestly, it was the characters that really made me fall in love!

Saint, Theo, Caz, Galen, and Harlow’s chemistry was just off the charts. I mean, it was explosive, and I didn’t want to put it down! I love how they respected and loved each other, and it made the deliciously naughty scenes that much more exciting.

Reign begins where we were left off, and I was trying to figure out all of the pieces to the puzzle. Even when I thought I figured something out, Siobhan would drop another bombshell! I seriously couldn’t turn the pages fast enough, and I loved every single minute of it!

Thank you, Siobhan, for another epic story!

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3,560 reviews28 followers
August 1, 2020
Harlow is ready to crush her enemies with the help of the Sainthood guys. Saint, Theo, Caz and Galen are with her all the way and will help her fight and destroy all those who tried to use her and abuse her. A great ending and what a story!
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