24 February 2015

Dangerous Boys by Abigail Haas

Dangerous Boys by Abigail Haas
Series: No
Publisher: Simon and Schuster UK
Publication Date: August 14th 2014
Source: Bought

Three teens venture into the abandoned Monroe estate one night; hours later, only two emerge from the burning wreckage. Chloe drags one Reznick brother to safety, unconscious and bleeding; the other is left to burn, dead in the fire. But which brother survives? And is his death a tragic accident? Desperate self-defense? Or murder?

Chloe is the only one with the answers. As the fire rages, and police and parents demand the truth, she struggles to piece together the story of how they got there-a story of jealousy, twisted passion, and the darkness that lurks behind even the most beautiful of faces…

As soon as I finished reading Dangerous Girls I had to pick up Dangerous Boys. I was dying to see what Haas had in store for me next!

While Dangerous Boys didn't live up to Dangerous Girls, it was still a heart-pounding, thrilling read. 

Dangerous Boys begins with another 911 emergency call. This time three teens are trapped in a burning building and only two emerge while the other is left to die in the fire. 

Chloe's life is falling apart and she can't wait to finish school and be able to finally leave her hometown and escape. And then she meets Ethan and their friendship begins to blossom, developing into something romantic. And then Oliver (Ethan's brother) makes an appearance and Chloe's life is turned upside down.

Chloe was a fantastic main character, I completely understood why she wanted to get out and make a life for herself. Ethan was such a sweet character. He wanted to make Chloe happy and he was just so adorable. And then we have Oliver. Oliver is such a dark and intriguing character, and I couldn't help my attraction to him. He's just such a compelling character.

Dangerous Boys is a much darker read. It's so twisted and screwed up, but you just can't put it down. You have to keep reading. It was so thrilling and I had to know what was going to happen. Haas just has such a fantastic writing style that keeps you reading even when you're extremely creeped out and not sure whether you want to keep reading, you just have to. 

I don't want to say much else about Dangerous Boys because it's book you have to read to understand. There's so much that goes on and it's just so addictive.

Overall, Dangerous Boys was a dark and twisted read that I couldn't put down no matter how much it creeped me out. It was addictive and I loved every minute of it.


  1. Sounds like a FANTASTIC read! Thanks for sharing and I hope to see you around my blog


  2. I also got it as soon as it was available but I still have to read it! Hopefully soon, because reading your review made me quite excited again to read it!
    Great review Samantha!

  3. I loved Dangerous boys, so it's good to hear I'm up for an even better book in Dangerous girls :D I couldn't put it down and I was surprised with all the turns the story took.

  4. I agree, Dangerous Girls was better than Dangerous boys, but I still liked it as well. Then again, how can a book even be better than Dangerous Girls?! lol