Review: Prey Tell by Amanda Richardson

Review: Prey Tell by Amanda Richardson


They say monsters are made, not born.
He was both…


As the second youngest Ravage brother, I’ve spent my entire adult life rectifying our tainted family name and keeping my urges behind closed doors.
Until my best friend’s little sister shows up at The Hunt ready to play, and I lose control.
I tell myself it’s just a taste.
Except, with her, I should’ve known a single taste wouldn’t be enough.
And then the good girl I’ve known most of my life drops to her knees.
For me.
From that moment on, I knew she would only ever be one thing.


Presenting my brother’s best friend with a pros/cons list of why he should take my virginity seemed like a good idea at the time.
I thrive on information, data, and lists, and it made sense on paper.
Until he rejected me and walked out of my life.
Now, eight years later, my life is falling apart despite my careful planning.
Tempted with an invite to Ravage Castle, I show up seeking answers to questions I’m not sure I can handle.
Except, a furious Chase finds me talking to another man.
Under his gilded, arched roof.
I soon learn that despite his controlled exterior, Chase seems to have one weakness.

Prey Tell is a full-length, brother’s best friend/billionaire romance with primal play themes. It is book one in the Ravaged Castle series. All books can be read as standalones.

Warning: This book contains a possessive, jealous antihero, explicit sexual situations, and strong language. There is no cheating, and there is a HEA.

My Review

Title: Prey Tell
Author: Amanda Richardson
Format: ebook
Genre: Romance, BDSM, Brother’s Best Friend
Standalone: Yes
Part of a Series: Ravaged Castle book 1
POV: Chase, Juliet
Steam Level: Toasty at times

Prey Tell is the first book in the Ravaged Castle series and is a standalone. Part second-chance, part forbidden and all consuming. Chase is Juliet’s brother’s best friend. Older and wiser she asks him to take her virginity before college but is rejected. But Chase tells her to not settle for anything less than someone who treats her as a queen. Fast forward, Juliet is getting married but not to Chase. Things unravel with her fiancée and she again seeks out Chase – with similar results. But Juliet isn’t a teenager anymore and uses to her intellect to explore/research Chase’s proclivities. This book is steamy and sweet and I really enjoyed it. I loved this world and really enjoy Amanda Richardson’s writing.

I received and advanced copy of this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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