November 21, 2022 | Posted in:Release Day Blitz, Review


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Shattered trust, twisted games, and ugly truths …

A female initiate is unheard of at Hawthorne Hall, but after forcing the brotherhood’s hand, they had no choice but to let me stay. My plan should have been simple: Find out what happened to my cousin and best friend in the world, Will.

But nothing is as it seems.

This brotherhood is steeped in tradition and built on loyalty, but the deeper I dig, the more I see fissures in their supposedly tight-knit group. And with the evidence I’ve found, every move I make seems more dangerous than the last. I no longer know who to trust.


I don’t want to believe they’re guilty or that they could have harmed Will. But there’s only one way to find out—immerse myself in their world and keep my mouth shut. And hope they don’t break my heart along the way.

The games continue … but who is being played?

5 out of 5 stars
Cannon is the second book in the Brothers of Hawthorne Hall series by Leila James. This is absolutely not a standalone. You need to read the series in order so if you haven’t read Kingston yet… Go now! 
Cannon starts right where Kingston left off. I can’t really get into the storyline without spoilers but I can say… Holy. Hotness!! Not only that but… Holy. Twists. Cliffhanger and rawness. I am absolutely obsessed with all of it. Elliot is one badass heroine and I love that she is trying to figure out what happened to her cousin. I also love that she is discovering herself while doing so. But, can she trust Kingston, Cannon, and Archer? The might be protective when it comes to her but is there another reason for them wanting to get close to her besides the obvious? I cant wait to know what happens next in Archer! Omg…the suspense is killing me! 
“I think you’d burn the world down to protect me.” 
I want to take. Possess. Claim. Make her mine. 
“I’m terrified of how much I need you,” I whisper, sharing what’s in my heart, despite how vulnerable it makes me feel. 

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