Review: Treacherous by L.L. Hunter

Title: Treacherous
Author: L.L. Hunter
Genre: NA contemporary romance suspense
Warning: Not suitable for readers under 18. Contains violence and sexual content.
Formats: Available in eBook and print
Release date: October 1st



Charli Jayne has always been judged and given all kinds of labels growing up.

‘Undatable’ being one of them.
That is until she goes to college.
Charli plans to change… to be different… and will rebel against her parents.

With the help of her best friend, Mia, she sets that plan into motion.
When Mia introduces Charli to a mysterious stranger in a college chat room, Charli knows her life has changed.
However, this mysterious stranger may not be the person he says he is… Love is blind, and little does she know, Mr. Mysterious has already stolen her heart.

That is, until her life collides with Nathan

Nathan and Charli’s lives are connected in so many ways, and when Charli discovers just how they are connected, she won’t know which one to trust: her best friend, the mysterious bad boy, or the man who was sent to protect her?

What will her heart decide?

My Review:

4 out of 5 Stars

In Treacherous, we meet Charli Jayne. Having parents in powerful positions, she always found it hard to fit in. Charli decides that college is going to be different. She decides to start plan rebellion with her friend Mia as her wing lady. Mia introduces her to a mysterious guy and the sparks fly immediately. Then Nathan shows up and holy hotness!! Where can I find a protector like him? Charli has never really been in a real relationship. What is she to do with two boys? Who will she choose?

I really enjoyed the story. Definitely not your typical NA book! If you are looking for a lot of romance mixed in with the right amount for thrill you will enjoy this one as well!

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