House of Goths

House of GothsHouse of Goths by Maria Bernard
Not your average fraternity house.
New Adult • College • Rock Star Romance

Caution: Highly Addictive Content!

All Becky wants is a nice place to live…

Becky Sparks is a sweet, average girl who refuses to spend her college years in a lonely, soul destroying dorm, surrounded by people who don’t care enough to ask her name. Bassist Kelley Keele is a Goth with a d

ark past. He resides at what he and his equally eccentric bandmates, Crispin, and Dorian, like to refer to as the House of Goths.

On the first day of class, these two polar opposites literally crash into each other. Mesmerized by his overwhelming persona, Becky forms an instant bond with the scary Goth with red streaks in his hair. So much so that when she spies him putting up an ad for a fourth housemate, Becky jumps at the chance to move in, away from her dreary life at the unfriendly dorm. The problem is, well, she’s a girl and a mundane one at that.


Quotes from happy readers
 📚
Great book!!!! Absolutely loved it!
This is absolute pure 100% gold. I love this book!
I freakin Love This Book!!!
AWWWWW! Love, love, love!
Oh my, I can’t put this story out of hand. I love it!
Is it wrong of me to be crushing on both Crispin and Kell at the same time?
I love this book, a series would be great.
Crispin seems to be my favorite character for some reason.
I love how the Goths interact with Becky-hot and sweet – happy the book is coming out so I can binge read!!!

Amazon
US  CA  UK   AU

iBooks
US  CA  UK  AU  Smashwords   Kobo  B&N  Google Play


House of Goths Series Maria Bernard AuthorReader Reviews:

5.0 out of 5 stars
Its a lovely story with some great personalities
23 May 2016

• Oh Maria, you’ve done it again with your lovely Goth boys!

Young Becky starts college dreaming of new friends and companionship, but finds that it can be a lonely place when you don’t quite ‘fit in’ with the other girls in the dorm. Needing to find a place to stay she takes a chance when she sees an advert advertising a room in a shared ‘Goth’ house, as one of the other sharers is the only person that has shown her any kindness, the gorgeous but rather unusual Kell. I wont spoil the rest by giving away too much more – you’ll just have to read it yourself to find out, but its safe to say that if you have read any of Maria’s other Goth stories, you will obviously adore it, and if you are new to the ‘Goth guys’, then please give them a try!

Its a lovely story with some great personalities, although sometimes you just want to bash their heads together for being so stubborn (read it and you’ll know what I mean!) and Maria has once again managed to weave a thread underneath the main story about how being a bit different is actually ok, and people should not judge others by how they look. The only negative thing I have to say is that i’ll have to wait to find out what happens to my new favourite ‘Goth guy’! – Maria, thanks again for a wonderful story, but please don’t keep us waiting TOO long for the next one. !!

*****

5.0 out of 5 stars
Love these guys!!
May 24, 2016

• I have enjoyed every book that Maria writes. She is articulate and smart. Her Goth rockers have a bad boy thing going on, but yet, they have almost Victorian manners. Kell is no exception, he and Becky have literally run into each other and she needs a room to rent. Kell has an empty room since his bandmate left. All college students, the four of them from a type of family and Becky falls ever more in love with the moody Kelley. Crispin even falls under sweet Becky’s spell. The story is catchy, the characters are likeable. Another stellar read from a brilliant author. Cannot wait for more.

*****

5.0 out of 5 stars
Another Great Book from Maria Bernard
May 23, 2016
• House of Goths was my introductory book to Maria Bernard’s work. I was captivated by the premise and it wasn’t long before I was engrossed in the storyline. I was drawn in by the very first chapter, and was highly intrigued by the characters.

House of Goths was an entertaining read, the characters easy to love, the storyline well put together without the need to complicate things to make the romance blossom, and the friendships grow.

*****

5.0 out of 5 stars
A SWEET HOMERUN !!!
May 25 2016
• Where do i start? I totally loved this story. Maria has woven a unique romance filled with such colorful and lovable characters. At the start of the story we meet 3 very goth men living as housemates … Kell, Dorian, and Crispin. We also meet Becky, a lonely college girl on her own for the first time. Fate brings Becky and Kell together in an art class. When she sees Kell post an ad for a fourth roomer, Becky shows up at their house to apply. Little do they know this would change their lives forever!

*****

5.0 out of 5 stars
Quirky
June 23, 2016
• Loved this book!!! It was quirky and had very lovable characters. Story flowed along and gave insight into the minor characters living in the house. All in all an excellent read!

*****

4.0 out of 5 stars
Enjoyable
July 3, 2016
• Sweet story about friendship,acceptance and love even if you dare to be different. While I enjoyed the love story between Kell & Becky, Crispin nearly stole this story. Very much looking forward to his turn.

*****

4.5 out of 5 stars
Good “Goth” you gotta read this!
By RelentlessBookChic on July 1, 2016
• This is the first book by Author Maria Bernard that I have read, it is also the first time I have read about Goth/Steampunk characters and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. I wasn’t sure if I was going to relate or even get into the characters at first but the teaser the author shared in a group caught my attention and I decided to give the book I try. So glad that I did, it was a 4.5 Star read for me and I fell in love with each of those Goth boys!!

Relentless Book Chics Approved & Recommended

✭༻♫༺✭༻♫༺✭༻♫༺✭

Amazon

US   CA   UK   AU 

iBooks
US   CA   UK   AU

Smashwords   Kobo   B&N

Google Play

♡༻♫༺♡༻♫༺♡

Ready for more?
Check out the next in series!
Belonging –  House of Goths 2

Like Romance with a Paranormal Twist?
Check out – The Balcony

2 Comments