Trick Me Twice Release/Review Blitz

Title: Trick Me Twice
Author: Becca Steele
Genre: High School Bully Romance
Release Date: October 22, 2020
Cover Design: Opulent Swag and Designs


Keep my head down and make it through my final year of school without attracting any attention. That was my plan.
The thing about plans? They change.
One day, I was an invisible loner, the next, my name was on everyone’s lips.
Why?
I caught the attention of the wrong person.
I tricked Carter Blackthorne, the king of Alstone High.
He found out.
And now?
Now, he’s making me pay.

It’s time for you to pay the price.
You tricked me once, but you won’t trick me twice.

Ready or not, here I come…

Trick Me Twice is a standalone new adult high school romance with bullying and enemies to lovers themes. This book contains mature situations and content.




“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




 

Becca Steele is a contemporary romance author from the south of England, where she lives with her husband, two kids, and a whole horde of characters that reside inside her head.

When she’s not writing, you can find her reading or watching Netflix, usually with a glass of wine in hand. Failing that, she’ll be online hunting for memes, or wasting time making her 500th Spotify playlist.





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My Review of Trick Me Twice

Trick Me Twice by Becca Steele

My rating: 5 of 5 stars.

Stand-alone Bully Romance with ties to The Four series!

The following ratings are out of 5:
Romance: ❤️💙💜💛💚
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📔📙
World building: 🌎🌏🌍🌎
Character development: 👤👤👤👤

The setting: Alstone High School.

The Hero(s): Carter Blackthorne – Football player and self proclaimed King of the school along with his friends Kian and Xavier. Carter is an alpha male with all the arrogant, dominant and possessive traits that make a great bully. Though he is insecure at times, especially when his parents tell him to try and be more like Raine.

The heroine: Raine Laurent – Lives next to Carter Blackthorne and attends Alstone High with him. She is not wealthy like Carter and the rest of the student body since her uncle left her and her aunt. Though her aunt is friends with Carter’s parents. She suffers from a bit of social anxiety and tries to make herself invisible in clothes that are too big.

The Love Story: Carter feels something for Raine, though he doesn’t understand it since she hides herself away and does her best to escape his notice. However when he sees her in a new light he goes for it.

For some reason Raine keeps inadvertently making Carter mad at her, but in the midst of it all she finds herself wanting him. This book was quite steamy, just the way I like them. Carter made a good bully and though he can’t justify the things he does to her, he has a conscience and ends up feeling bad.

There was also some side storylines which included suspense and danger that were a nice addition to this bully romance. I also liked that some of the characters from Becca Steele’s previous bully romance trilogy were in this book. Cassius and his sister Lena were characters in this book as well as The Four series. Weston, Winter and Caiden also made an appearance as well as my personal favorite Zayde!

I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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