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Summary

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.

©2020 Becca Steele (P)2021 Becca Steele

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Ok I hated this book, fine I’m lying but it ended and I was not ready for this to end. The characters were so interesting I couldn’t stop listening and I know this is one that I will listen to more than once. The bully aspect was well done and naturally flowed in the story. Becca Steele is an absolute genius as an author.

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Duet Narration!

Trick Me Twice is an intense high school bully romance between Carter and Raine. While I don't know what Raine could possibly see in Carter, I enjoyed the storyline with its mysterious happenings along with a few twists and turns. While this story is a standalone, several of the side characters come from the series The Four so if you love that series, you should definitely check out this one as well. Gregory Salinas and Stephanie Nemeth-Parker both did a wonderful job bringing this story to life with their duet narration.
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I AM IN LOVE

I cannot even tell you how much I loved this. This was my favorite Becca Steele book. Carter and Raine were PERFECT! I loved the tension, the tricks, the hidden and stolen moments, the chemistry, the suspense, I just loved everything. Carter was the perfect enemy. They were both perfect lovers. The narration was spot on.

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My Thoughts on Trick Me Twice

Talk about enemies to lovers/bully romance goodness. This book was exactly what I was hoping for and more from this author. It may be set in a high school setting, but with eighteen-year-old characters. The leading man is the type you love to hate when he’s being bad. But when he starts trying to change you feel for him. By the end you love him the way the leading lady does. And speaking of the leading lady, she was excellent. I loved that I could really see the character development with her specifically. I enjoyed seeing her come into her own and stand up to the leading man when needed. This was the kind of story I didn’t want to press pause on and happily went back to it if I had to pause.

The narrators were a huge part of what I loved. They both gave such fantastic performances. I feel like I love Gregory Salinas more and more with every story I listen to with him. Stephanie Nemeth-Parker was new for me, but definitely made a great first impression. I liked the different tones they had for the different characters and overall just thought they elevated the story.
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Amazing

Absolutely loved listening to this I didn’t want the book to end. Was great that Lena and Cassius from The Four were in it quite a bit and Weston , Caiden and Winter made a brief appearance.
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Treat Me Twice

I received this audiobook via a promo code at my request from Aud-Obsession & The Flock and this is my voluntary review.

This is a spinoff book linked to The Four series but instead of being in College, Carter Blackthorne is King of Alstone High School.

Raine is his neighbour, and pretty low on the school heirarchy, although she's always been attracted to him, he treated her with contempt, so she excels at being as invisible as possible until a Halloween style Fright Night gives her the chance to become else for the night, she jumps at the chance.

"Are you willing to pay the price? Trick him once, but don't trick him twice."

Things take an unexpected turn when Carter is enamored with her, anonymity of their masks give her the confidence to venture into territory she quickly feels guilty for when Carter discovers who she is. He's furious and feels like she played him. "You can want me, but you can never have me. Watch your back, little trickster."

His personal disdain for her presence has now morphed into a fullscape vendetta, thus begins the bullying portion of the courtship. Stephanie Nemeth-Parker does a fantastic job of bringing Raine to life and her performance mixed with the writing make the character very relatable. The push/pull between Carter&Raine is an intense thrill ride, I enjoyed the twist near in the end and he does redeem himself.


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Wowzers!!!!

This book !!! I loved everything about it. The cover is amazing. The story is captivating! The dialogue is so well done!! The narrators added another dimension to the story! I have no words.

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Loved it!

Rain is not what you would call a social butterfly. She’s definitely not on Carter’s level when it comes to popularity. But when masks are on, these two share some 🔥 chemistry.

Although Carter feels something for Rain, he’s not quick to latch onto those feelings, but when push comes to shove he’s there when it matters.

Overall, I really enjoyed the book. I think Becca Steele killed it with this one!

Gregory and Stephanie both did fantastic jobs narrating!

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Raine & Carter

You just cannot go wrong with a Becca Steele novel. Every one I have listened to is exciting and entertaining! Trick Me Twice is a standalone enemies to lovers story and I was captivated from the very start. Raine is just trying to get through her senior year. Life has been tough, but if she can just make it through and get off to college, life will be good. But things are never that easy. Carter is the king of the school. He lives near Raine and has to drive her, but he can't be bothered with this nobody. Until he can. Fight night changes everything, and now not only is he infatuated with Raine, but so is someone else. These two characters are incredible. Carter is a person we all knew in high school. Popular, good looking, but there is more to them. You just don't know what goes on in their lives outside of school, so assumptions can't be made. Raine is smart and beautiful, and enraptured by the thought that Carter may be interested. But just how many times can his bully like behavior be tolerated? It's push-pull, hot and steamy, mean girls and a thread of suspense all tied up into an intriguing story! I love the flash to the Four as well with a glimpse at Caiden and Winter! FUN!

Not only is it a good story, but the narrators for this book are phenomenal! Gregory Salinas comes through with a killer accent, you would swear is his native tongue. Passionate, and swoony, he makes Carter likeable. Stephanie Nemeth-Parker creates an air about Raine that is slightly nerdy, but trendy all at the same time. She gives us all the teenage feels and with Salinas, the two create off the charts chemistry. It's a great listen!

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Brilliant

These characters are written so very well. With great chemistry these characters are likeable. A brilliant performance from both narrators but Gregory is really shining for me at the moment.
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  • RACHEL REED
  • 11-07-21

Enemies to lovers romance!

I loved this enemies to lovers bully romance!


I expected this one to be a tad darker.
But liked the overall storyline and vibe

The characters were likeable and well fleshed out.

The duet narration was smooth, flawless and enjoyable.

I actually enjoyed the audiobook more than the ebook /paperback

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  • AudioObsessed
  • 17-05-21

4 STARS

First I’ll start off with the narration. It was really good and in duet style. The guys speaks all guy parts and the girl speaks all girl parts. Plus they have accents so very swoon worthy.

I liked that it’s a standalone although it seems to set up future stories for other characters. This is also sort of a spin off of her other series so you see a few familiar faces.

It’s enemies to lovers with what I would consider light bullying with a hint of mystery. Overall I enjoyed the story. Carter definitely is a bit softer than what I like but I couldn’t help but feel for him. Raine was sweet and you can’t help but want her to stand up for herself and in my opinion she pushed back enough.
So if you’re a fan of enemies to lovers and like bully books that don’t go to the extreme this is definitely for you.

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  • Ravens9308
  • 25-07-21

Couldn't get enough of these 2!

So I love everything Becca Steele does and Trick Me Twice was no different! I think it did take me awhile to like the MMC in this one because he was such a jerk from the very beginning hahaha but he finally got the stick out of his butt and made it up to FMC. I loved this story of young love, heartache, intrigue, and SO MUCH ANGST!! I thought the plot was good, some of it was easy to spot but a couple twists were awesome and made for an exciting addition to this world Becca has beautifully created. OOOOOH and I was super happy and pleasantly surprised with the unexpected kink in this book. So freakin hot. Not my usual kink I fall in love with, but Becca does an amazing job with it, making me want more from these 2 haha. Surprising from these characters, especially Raine! That's why you gotta be on the lookout for the quiet ones guys/ladies, they might shock you hehe.

So I mentioned already that Carter took me awhile to fall for him, but he eventually grew on me! I loved how possessive he was. I loved seeing some of the others from the various Becca series (I had read Preston and Kian's story before this one, so it was cool to see this side of things ❤️). I thought Raine was absolutely adorable and her feistiness really grew and flourished. I thought the side characters were again really strong, already loved Lena from Winter and her books, loved how they were there for each other and helped grow and become the fabulous ladies they are now. Kian and Preston are still probably one of my favorite couples of Becca's but I think Cass and his leading lady will in a couple weeks when his book releases haha. I thought Cass was hilarious in this one, helping make Carter jealous. He is a great character for all of the novels so far (best friend, brother, hot college guys haha). He brought more levity and heart to heart talks in this one that made my heart happy. I definitely didnt like Anastasia, but she grew on my by the end too. I am excited to read about Xavier and Imogen in the next story from the high school crowd.

In terms of the narration, I loved that Becca went with the male and female narrators doing their associated voices the whole time (not just swapping chapter to chapter). It made me immersed in the story even more! Gregory has done the male voices for the other books in this world and I thought he did a phenomenal job in this one. My usual feedback for him doesn't pertain here since he didnt have to do the female characters, Stephanie did them all. I haven't listened to her before and I thought she did a great job emulating Raine's meekness, but tenacity. I didnt want the audiobook to end, not gonna lie, highly recommend 😊.

If you couldn't tell, loved this story. Now some things were hard for me to read as I was bullied in high school, but I knew that going in so it didn't stop me from listening one bit. So if you have triggers, just be ready for that. It wasn't extremely dark comparatively for me, but some things Carter did was rough for Raine. 5/5 stars from me (I would have given more if I could!).

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  • Christi Love4Books.me
  • 04-07-21

Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone

Title: Trick Me Twice
Author: Becca Steele
Format; Audio
Narrators: Stephanie Nemeth-Parker, Gregory Salinas
Genre: Romance, Enemies to Lovers, HS Bully, suspense
Standalone: Yes
Part of a Series: No
POV: Raine and Carter
Steam Level: Smoking
5/5

Trick Me Twice is the first book I've read by Becca Steele and holy hotness it was good. I enjoyed the push and pull and the mystery elements. I wasn't expecting the resolution to the mystery at all which is many points in the story's favor. I didn't want to stop listening, loved seeing Raine come out of her comfort zone to shine, and watching Carter, despite all his resistance, fall for the girl next door. I'd love to see the stories of the secondary characters.

I received this audiobook for free from Pink Flamingo Productions and Audiobook Obsession. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • HBrady
  • 03-07-21

Trick Me Twice

Trick Me Twice is a story about Raine and Carter. This book is told from dual points of view. Raine and Carter are the same age and happen to be neighbors. Carter is a bully to Raine because his parents compare him to her. Raine likes to stay in the background and doesn't want to be noticed by everyone.

On a night out where everyone is dressed up in costumes, Carter picks Raine, not realizing it's her. She has feelings for him and kept her identity a secret. Once Carter realizes it was her to tricked him, he is upset. But at the same time, he starts to have feelings for her. He wants to see her in secret, but Raine wants nothing of the sort.

Someone is targeting Raine, and she believes it to be Carter due to how he treated her before. When she goes to him at school he snubs her and acts like she is trash beneath his feet. She has conflicting feelings for him. She wants to like him, but he also treats her badly.

Can they figure out who is targeting her before it's too late? Can Carter figure out his feelings, and stick with them? Can Raine learn to trust that Carter will be there for her when she needs him?

I really enjoyed this book. I read the ebook and enjoyed it, but the audio really brought the characters to life.

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  • Erin
  • 01-07-21

Run

This was an intense and sexy story that had me hanging on to every word. I loved these characters.
This story was hot and suspenseful.

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  • Lynnz
  • 01-07-21

WOW! Awesome Story!

I received this audiobook free for an honest review as a member of the Pink Flamingo Productions review team. This enemies to lovers, high school bully story was awesome. The author wrote a quality story of life in a private school with the rich kids and the outcasts. This story is similar to her other series, "The Four", but with a twist. This story has suspense and romance. However, this is a slow burning romance which keeps the listener's/reader's attention. Couldn't put it down. The narrators (duet) did an excellent job with the characters' personalities and the overall story. Love it!!! Can't wait for more.

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  • Bette
  • 01-07-21

Fantastic Story & Narration🎧 The Trick is On You!!

Wow, Becca Steele does it again and blows my mind with another awesome enemies to lovers, bully romance. The story grabbed my attention right from the start and captivated it the entire time, it is the type of book once you start you do not want to put down because you need to know what happens next. This is a standalone novel set in the same world as her brilliant series “The Four”, Cassius and Lena play secondary and support characters and there is a brief cameo of the others too. The two lead characters, Carter Blackthorne and Raine Laurent attend Alstone High School, Carter along with his friends Kian and Xavier are considered the kings of the school. Raine is more a geeky nerd and is not part of the popular crowd, her only extracurricular activity is the drama department where she designs and makes costumes for the school’s shows. Carter can not stand Raine, she lives next door and his own parent praise her for her good grades while he struggles. Raine makes friends with Lena who tries to encourage her to come out of her comfort zone and to come out of hiding. Raine is not confident like that but Lena is supportive and has her back. She even gets her to go to the school’s annual fright night, it was supposed to be a calm event but the Kings planned to stir things up for everyone and Raine got caught up in that after being chosen by Carter himself. Luckily everyone was masked and incognito. And just when she thought she got away scot free, turns out she goes from being practically unnoticed and unknown to the most talked about girl in the school. She is not sure why Carter would do this to her, to make matters worse she also fell on the mean girls radar. Luckily she had her friend Lena and another friend in the drama club, Dylan Rossiter. I loved how everything played out in this book, the story is cleverly plotted with plenty of drama, angst, twists and turns that you never see coming, mystery, thrilling and suspenseful moments, heartfelt emotions and some hot romance. Becca Steele, thank you for another awesome story and emotional rollercoaster ride!

🎧📚🎧 And for the amazing narration, Stephanie Nemeth-Parker and Gregory Salinas were the perfect cast to bring these characters to life. They gave each character their own distinct voice, accents and all, making it easy to follow along and tell who is who. Their portrayal fo the characters was spot on, they had a complete understanding of the roles they played and sounded believable in each. Stephanie Nemeth-Parker captured Raine’s persona to a tee, she sounded youthful, smart, and allowed her confidence to shine by the end. Gregory Salinas plays Carter as cocky alpha-hole that he comes off as, but he shows his softer and vulnerable sides too. Both were awesome playing the secondary characters as well. They set the perfect tone for the story, capture all of the characters emotions and project them into their performance. They are entertaining storytellers and a pleasure to listen to. Thank you for another fantastic 🎧

Thank you @PinkFlamingoProductions @AudiobookObsession TheFlock AudiobookObsessionReviewer🎧

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  • Nikitasbookreviews
  • 27-05-21

Loved this

Absolutely loved this one by becca steele! I literally couldn’t get enough of this book! And don’t even get me started on the audio! Loved every second of it!

I definitely recommend this! It’s so good!

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  • Chelsea
  • 24-05-21

Shallow

The whole book felt a bit shallow. I liked it, but then it tried to be something it wasn't toward the end. This is, in reality, a teen romance book. Yes, there's some edgy, steamy scenes, but it felt like the guy had very little reason to even dislike Rain and that the entire premise was built upon nothing at all. Then it felt like toward the end someone was like "Nah, we need more, it's not enough" so they added in this extra thing that was kind of cringe and it just made me feel like the book was far beyond done at that point. There was just too much for me to look the other way about, too much where you had to be like "oh ok, that's how it is now all the sudden... alright..." and those times grew to be a bit too much for my liking. I liked the idea of Rain building up her self-esteem throughout though, that was interesting and I liked seeing how she changed throughout. So I guess all-in-all it was an alright book but it's not my favorite from Becca Steele.

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