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Treacherous

Carter Kids Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Nelson Hobbs, Lulu Russell
Series: Carter Kids Series, Book 1
Length: 11 hrs and 11 mins
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Teagan:

I wanted to go home.   

Moving to America wouldn't have been so bad if it weren't for the family next door, but because of my so-called guardian - and I used that term lightly - we were the latest family to take up residency in Thirteenth Street, and I was the sole target of the bitch over the fence.  

But, for me, life was a lot to get a lot worse.  

Noah Messina, Ellie's step-brother, had decided to join her torment-the-new-girl-until-she-cracks mission.  

There had been a fight in their driveway last weekend between Noah and some other tattooed douchebag that had progressed into our yard, resulting in the windshield of my car being smashed when Noah pummeled his opponent through it. Thinking back now I had to admit that I sort of overreacted when I stalked outside in nothing but a Coldplay T-shirt and a black thong and tossed an entire can of white gloss paint over the hood of Noah's black Lexus in retaliation. I guess it had felt damn good to fight back instead of letting them walk all over me....

Destroying Noah's car with paint was like waving a red rag in front of a bull. He lost it. 

Right there in my driveway, with his T-shirt ripped from his body and blood dripping from his eyebrow, Noah Messina had thrown the biggest man-tantrum I'd ever seen before declaring war on me....

Noah:

I was going to lose my shit over the girl-next-door.  

God, three months of having her live next door to me and I still felt like slamming my head into the garden wall - now worse than ever since she had challenged me.  

The defiance in her eyes as she stared at me down before bending over the hood of my baby and emptying the can of paint was something that struck a chord inside of me. I'd never been so angry or turned on in my life.  

Pure rage had flooded my veins, driven on even further when Teagan taunted me with her potty mouth and yeah, I'd kind of lost it with her. Problem was I had an even uglier temper, and Friday night Teagan Connolly ignited it like no one had before. 

When she slapped me and pressed her tight little body against mine, taunting me with that sharp tongue of hers, I'd never been so close to putting my hands on a woman in my life.  

Except instead of hurting her, I wanted to toss her sexy little ass on the hood of my car and take her right there, not caring who saw us. The urge to be inside her was like nothing I'd ever felt in my life....

Contains mature themes.

©2014 Chloe Walsh (P)2018 Tantor

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  • Lisa
  • 21-02-2019

Dangerous hot alpha=GOOD listen !

Ignore the one review that said this wasn’t worth the listen, I almost didn’t download because of that but glad I took a chance! I’ve been on the lookout for a series as I feel like I’ve listened to them all. This one reminds me of “fear me” as it’s set in high school with primary characters being 17-18yrs but has very adult themes etc. and at times is a little young but definitely not the hot steamy moments!
“Treacherous”has danger, misunderstandings, miscommunications, evil jealous sleezebags, and an enemy to friends to lovers romance between the main characters Noah and Teagan. Btw, I would be Noah’s ANYthjng lmao!
Okay so the story is about the meeting and eventual relationship between Noah (hot, dangerous, bad boy) and Teagan, a 17yr girl who moves to Colorado from Ireland. There is a lot of back and forth between the 2 of them as well as a slutty step sister. They are neighbors and a fued begins which at times was entertaining and at times cringe worthy, but from there stems the unlikely duo of Noah and the thorn in his side (Teagan). I did find Teagans behavior silly at too many points, as if she were 13 and not 2 months away from 18. But again the female narrator when speaking 1st person for Teagan, made her sound like a total spaz at those points and that was difficult. HOWEVER, once the story got going I was so into it I overlooked those parts, the male narration worked and as long as 1st person Teagan wasn’t speaking the narration worked and I was thoroughly engrossed In the story. I’m sooo happy I hung in there, as the story got more exciting as the book progressed! And some chapters were absolutely FANTASTIC listen!
If you liked “fear me”, the “bully” series or Amo Jones Elite Kings series you’ll be happy to find another trilogy for escape!
This first book is a cliffhanger, but I just listened to 2nd and downloading 3rd as I write this! Second book even better!

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  • Kim Monk
  • 12-07-2018

This is a cliffhanger

I think this book is ok but I don’t like cliffhangers. I don’t like to be forced to read or listen to another book to see what happens.

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  • Tracy Gory
  • 05-04-2019

Good story but terrible narrators

The story is pretty good as far as these types of stories go. But the narration is so bad it’s hard to listen to. The female narrator sounds like she’s 40 and her voice for the male character is almost creepy. The male narrator is better but his Irish accented voice for the female character is just bad. I say all of this because it really does detract from the enjoyment of the story. If you read actual books rather than just listen to them, I’d recommend that for this book.

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  • Bia
  • 25-03-2019

didn't like it

I don't know if my problem with this book was only because of the female narrator or the story per se.... I couldn't stand the attitudes of the female main character.

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  • Cathy Hoek
  • 11-02-2019

Sigh....

I had just listened to “Binding 13” and was looking forward to hearing more books by Chloe Walsh because I had been immediately drawn in from the first chapter. Sadly, I’ve barely made it through the first hour of narrative for “Treacherous” and want to throw it out the window! I think the story line will be okay but I cannot get past one of the worst narrations I’ve ever heard. The male perspective isn’t horrible but the female perspective is painful to listen to. The cadence of her reading has no connection to what is actually happening. She brings out Teagan’s Irish accent when Teagan is “speaking” but the rest is just the same up and down rhythm in an English accent that doesn’t match the character’s personality or mood at all. I didn’t leave a better feedback on the story itself because I just don’t know if it’s a good one having not been able to make it further. I have never left a review but was so disappointed in this one that I decided to stop where I was and get my first one on record. Buyer beware. It’s possible this is actually a good book but I recommend maybe reading it and saving yourself the painful frustration of listening. I love audiobooks because I can get so much done while listening and rarely have time to sit down to just read. Sigh.....

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 18-09-2018

Hate Teagan's "voice" .

Ermmmm..this is a tough one. I absolutely love these books & I'm a huge fan of Chloe Walsh, but the female narrator is so overly clipped & proper she reminds me of Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins...and her Irish accent is feckin dreadful.

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  • Natasha Daly
  • 28-08-2018

Love the story.. no too keen on the narrators

I love this story and enjoyed the book when I read it. However, when listening to the audio book, I really didn’t enjoy Teagan’s chapters because the voice actor did not fit with the character. As the character is Irish, would it not have been better for an Irish person to voice her, rather than an English person that was not able to do a convincing Irish or American accent?
I still love this story and I guess if you aren’t Irish you wouldn’t notice. It just feels like it wasn’t particularly well thought out.