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REVIEW – Rogue by Elle Kennedy


It’s been a long time since Casey Tresscott has felt like her life was her own. After the car accident that nearly cost her everything, she’s used to her family’s coddling and the relentless whispers at school, no matter how much they sting. After all, she’s found a safe harbor in her budding relationship with Sandover’s golden boy, Fenn Bishop…or so she thinks.

Beneath Fenn’s pretty, party-boy surface is a dangerous truth about the night Casey almost died. He thought lying to her was the right thing to do, but when the secret shakes loose, he just might lose her for good.

Because Casey is done being taken advantage of.

Grasping for the control she’s been missing, Casey finally snaps―telling off her bullies, gallivanting with rebels and playboys, and shirking her headmaster father’s strict curfews, despite the consequences. A desperate Fenn must ally with his stepbrother RJ and the other Sandover delinquents to uncover the full story of Casey’s accident and the ones responsible if he hopes to win her back.

But what happens if Casey is no longer the same girl he first fell for? Is there any hope for their future if she’s gone rogue for good?

Every time we kiss, it’s like a letter from a pen pal.


I’ve been waiting for Casey and Fenn’s story and this was so worth the wait.

Casey doesn’t remember anything about the car accident, that night has changed a lot about her. She turns to Fenn for support and just someone that can be there for her. However, Fenn is hiding plenty of secrets.

I love Casey and Fenn’s relationship. They have ups and downs, but I love how well the two of them just get each other and I love how they are there for each other. I loved getting more of the rest of the crew. Getting to learn more about them and more insights into who each of them are as individuals.

Rogue contains multiple POVs, just like Misfit, but Casey and Fenn are the primary couple throughout the story. I highly recommend reading Misfit before reading Rogue to really getting the full picture and story of what is going on.

I am dying for more of this series and really seeing where things go and what happens next at Sandover Prep. I loved getting more Sloane and RJ and their relationship, Lawson…well, even though he loves chaos and creating it, I think he may be my favorite, even though I hate that he betrayed Fenn, Silas though, I am not a huge fan of him but I hope there is some redemption.

If you’re looking for a friends to lovers, YA, romantic suspense check this one out.