Review: Midnight Sommelier (Black Mountain Academy)by Anne Malcom

Midnight Sommelier (Black Mountain Academy)

Midnight Sommelier
(Black Mountain Academy)
by Anne Malcom

We had a plan, my husband and I.
Settle down in Black Mountain.
Raise two boys.
Send them to Black Mountain Academy, the same school their father went to, the elite school that defined futures.
We were going to give them the best possible life.
Until our beautiful life became a living nightmare with one phone call. One funeral. One year of hell.

I was a bad widow, a bad mother for one year.

One year of suffering, of being the talk of the Black Mountain Academy gossip circle. But I was going to get myself together. Be picture perfect like I once was, even if I was dead inside.

Then he moved in next door. Entered my nightmare. Brought me back to life. Ruined everything.

Black Mountain Academy. From the outside, it may look perfect and ideal—school uniforms, exemplary teachers, privileged students. But anyone on the inside could tell you about the debauchery, the scandals, the drama, the forbidden–taboo–romances. Because where Black Mountain Academy is concerned… never judge a book by its cover.


4 Black Mountain Academy Stars

This is not your normal read from Anne Malcom but as always she does it well and with style. Bridget has the perfect life… On Instagram. But then her world comes crashing down around her with the sudden death of her husband. Left with two boys to raise and Mother-in-law that has standards much too high for any normal person to achieve. After a year of grieving she decides to she needs to fake being better, pretend her heart has beat again. But she knows deep down that this will never happen.

Then a biker alpha moves next door with his teenage daughter and life seems to change… for the better or worse only time will tell.

This was such an emotional rollercoaster of a read. It had all the feels and with so many twist and turns it kept me glued to it until the very end. Highly recommend this book.


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