Privilege (Renzo + Lucia Book 1) by Bethany-Kris 5 πŸ’Ž

By Bethany-Kris
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What can I say about book 1 in the Renzo + Lucia trilogy?! Privilege took my breathe away. It was just WOW! It brought me back to my life as a teenager and put me in the feels. I’m sure most of you remember defying your parents wishes and followed your feelings without any regard to anyone else’s. This book was that and then some.

Lucia is a Marcello. If you are familiar with Bethany-Kris then you know the type of family she comes from. As the youngest daughter of Lucian Marcello, she is a spoiled princepessa. She was raised in a two parent household and born into privilege and wealth. Renzo Zulla did not have the same upbringing. Poor and struggling but with more than enough street smarts to get him and his siblings by. One would say opposites attract in this novel but I don’t think it’s so much that they are opposite just clueless to each others worlds. Ren opens Lucia’s eyes to things she may never have seen because of her upbringing.

β€œHim and her.
Until the end …
Ride or fuckin’ die”

Young love, heartache and rebellion. It all makes such a wonderful story. Though this is only book 1 of a 3 book series BK does not leave us hanging but more or less anticipating the next one. She ends the book at the perfect time which leaves you wondering but not going crazy. Haha

I highly recommend this book. Make sure to add this to your tbr. You will not regret it! I know 2019 is just around the corner but I can already see that this will be in my top 5 reads of the year. It’s just that good. Bravo, BK you’ve done it again.

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