“I flew through this book in one night, I just could not put it down! It’s fast pace and addictive storyline had me completely consumed.”- Bookish Vibes Blog
“If you are obsessed with high school bully romance, Trick Me Twice by Becca Steele is for you! It has everything that I love about this trope. Bad boy. Good girl. And their twisted love story.” – PP’s Bookshelf
“One word, AMAZING!!!” – Lager & Lefse Book Blog
“This book is a definite recommendation to all the high school bully romance lovers out there If you are into second chances and lots of angst then this masterpiece is something that you shouldn’t miss at any cost!” – Abstract Books
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Holy hotness! Trick me, please! High heat in this high school bullying romance with an interesting beginning to the mad love/hate between hot a-hole Carter and loner Raine. He’s the bad boy football star that rules the school with friends Kian and Xavier. She just wants to be the invisible girl. Left alone to get good grades and work in the drama department. Not happening. Carter and Raine are neighbors and are forced to interact by his parents and her aunt. And then a Halloween encounter changes things as Raine becomes the trickster and Carter is plagued by his newfound lust. It’s a bad romance as Raine falls for his rough loving and Carter hates to want her. This is set in the UK which is a little different for me as a US resident. Love the Britishisms. Interesting characters with the group of bad boys, loner Raine and her bestie, Lena, the mean girls and other high schoolers. Sometimes it seemed a little too old for high school kids and Aunt Marie was a trip but for the most part it’s a terrific bullying romance. Lena’s brother Cassius was TDF. He must have a story sometime, someplace. I look forward to more from this group of Alstone bad boys and hopefully one girl, Lena. She needs a story.