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They Never Learn by Layne Fargo

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Scarlett Clark is an exceptional English professor. But she’s even better at getting away with murder.

Every year, she searches for the worst man at Gorman University and plots his well-deserved demise. Thanks to her meticulous planning, she’s avoided drawing attention to herself—but as she’s preparing for her biggest kill yet, the school starts probing into the growing body count on campus. Determined to keep her enemies close, Scarlett insinuates herself into the investigation and charms the woman in charge, Dr. Mina Pierce. Everything’s going according to her master plan…until she loses control with her latest victim, putting her secret life at risk of exposure.

Meanwhile, Gorman student Carly Schiller is just trying to survive her freshman year. Finally free of her emotionally abusive father, all Carly wants is to focus on her studies and fade into the background. Her new roommate has other ideas. Allison Hadley is cool and confident—everything Carly wishes she could be—and the two girls quickly form an intense friendship. So when Allison is sexually assaulted at a party, Carly becomes obsessed with making the attacker pay…and turning her fantasies about revenge into a reality.

 

Condition: New

Hardcover, Published October 13, 2020 by Gallery/Scott Press

ISBN: 1982132027

 

4 reviews for They Never Learn by Layne Fargo

  1. Chandra

    Ok…… if y’all have been following me for any length of time you’ll know that I’m a binge reader. I am a one sit, fast reader who enjoys her stories like a shot of whiskey… but this comes with perils and every once in a while I like to sloooooooooooow it down and really savor a read. I am SO happy I chose to do this with THEY NEVER LEARN. Listen, I read her debut, TEMPER, last year and while I found it predictable, I was IN IT TO WIN IT the entire read and it was a 5 star, hands down, review for me. With this standard set, I was curious where I would stand with her next…. and well… I stand with my jaw dropped.

    Fargo creates these sex scenes that get you fanning your damn face for ….. well, as long as you need to. Not only does she bring us Scarlett, a crazy ass character that I couldn’t help but fall in love with.. but her secondary and even tertiary characters, good AND evil, are LIFE… and DEATH… gimme life and death! Also, YES for the bad ass bisexual females!

    “Killing a man is so much more satisfying than fucking a man could ever be.” A-(wo)MEN!

    Look, at page 304, I was still going “Um, WHAAAAAAAAAAAT”. I don’t even care you guys. I want more of ALL OF THEM (that made it through still alive). Fargo, please tell me there’s more… or kindly e-mail me a continuation… I promise to keep it a secret. 😉

    My teeny tiny blip would be that I would’ve loved to know more about Scarlett’s past… we only got through the outer layer… I’d love to dig further…
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  2. Chelsie (Lilly_sreads) (verified owner)

    A dark and twisted thriller. This was my first time reading a book by this author and I plan on reading more by her. In this book, we follow Scarlett who is an English professor at Gorman University, and Carly who is a freshman at Gorman University. Scarlett is a woman who seeks revenge on men who are abusing/violent toward women and she has been doing this for a very long time. Carly, on the other hand, is kind of like an introverted girl so when she meets her roommate Allison they become friends, however, when someone sexually assaulted Allison, her will for revenge gets out of hand. I liked how short the chapters were and intense. Her thoughts are so dark and twisted. The storyline was great and I love the representation of the LGBTQ+ community. This author writes thrillers about angry women and seeking justice for themselves. I would recommend this book to you if these sound like something you’re interested in.
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  3. KC

    I read this one on one of the worst days of my life. Amazing that I was able to concentrate on it, and that it was able to keep me distracted. I knew based on how I was feeling when I read it, this book was truly special if it could take me out of my headspace at that low point in my life. Definately check this one out. One of my favorite of 2020 that will always hold a special place in my heart.

  4. Blondethrillerbooklover

    This was my most anticipated book of this year. I loved this author’s debut Temper so much, I could not wait to read this one. I am happy to report They Never Learn is just as dark and satisfying. Trust me, you need both of these books! ✨

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    The story is told in dual perspectives, Scarlett and Carly.
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    Scarlett is a beautiful, highly respected, brilliant English professor at Gorman College. When she is not in her classroom, she is plotting murder, down to every meticulous detail.
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    Scarlett sees it as her mission to rid the world of loathsome predatory men. She has done this successfully for years, but now it seems someone may be getting close to figuring her out….
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    Carly is a brand new Freshman at Gorman. She is relieved to finally be away from her abusive, oppressive father, but she is struggling to find her way.
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    These two stories interconnect….

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    I love Layne Fargo’s writing style. It’s sharp, dark and compelling. She is not afraid to push boundaries. Her female characters are empowered, poised and shrewd. ✨
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    I highly recommend it!

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