Scammed by Kristen Simmons

Brynn Hilder is living a life she never dreamed possible: She lives in a mansion, getting a top-rate education at Vale Hall. She has friends and an almost-boyfriend. Anything she wants, she can have.
The only catch? To stay in this life, she has to help the director of Vale Hall take down the bad guys of Sikawa City by collecting secrets and running cons.
Getting everything she wants and fighting evil doesn’t seem like such a bad deal. The thing is, she’s not so convinced anymore that Dr. Odin is really going after bad people after all. And the friends and almost-boyfriend that have made her life so different are all liars and con artists—so can she trust that any of it is real?
The stakes are higher. The cons are riskier. And nothing is what you think it is.

My Review:

Welcome back to Vale Hall!

Scammed was such an excellent read. Prefect follow up to the Deceivers series. If you have yet read the first book then disregard this review. Scammed has more bigger cons/heists and a deadly game being play. Who can you really trust on the end?

Brynn life at Vale Hall this year starts out great and her life turning out pretty good. Until her mark from the first book shows up unannounced. Now Brynn must go to work and put her life on hold again. This time a deadly game is being played by someone you least unexpected.

Scammed is more fast pace read and lots of head games going on. So much happens with the story and it’s hard trusting anyone. This book has so many crazy stuff going, and you be begging for the third book Payback right away. Lucky for you guys Payback comes our February 2, 2021.

So get ready to enjoy bigger surprises in this book. Some forbidden romance and a shocking ending that leaves you wanting more.

Also look out for my review of Payback that’s coming out next week.

Happy Reading!!!

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