Filthy Little Pretties by Trilina Pucci–Review

I am always amazed when an author I love is able to switch categories seamlessly as if they have been doing it their whole life.  Welcome, Ms. Pucci to the world of NA! Trilina, who is known for her more dark and sexy reads, stepped up to the challenge and hit it out of the park.

Filthy Little Pretties is full of an overabundance of teenage angst, drama, rebelliousness, the uber notorious teenage cliques and every bad decision a teenager could make. FLP has it all and then some.

“The reality is, this school is a snapshot of the world, and McCallister is my crown, even if it’s heavy on my head.”

What we have is a cross between Gossip Girl and Cruel Intentions. These kids are privileged, they have money and are the upper echelon of society. While they may appear prim and proper (😂), there is also the sexy, seductive and manipulative side to them. Wickedly delicious!

Donovan, Grey and Liam are a part of this society, except they have been friends for years. However, something comes between them and one has to leave when they are twelve years old. The two remaining will always have a hole in them from Donovan leaving, but they go on as any kid would. That is until Van makes a reappearance at their high school. Watch out world, the three besties are back together.

Three friends in frot of a sea

“Welcome back, Cherry.”

The love they have for each other was delicious and incredible to see, yet don’t let this love fool you. Van, Grey and Liam love to push each other’s button and boundaries. Yet, somehow, with this threesome it works.

The world that you are sucked into in Filthy Little Pretties is perfection. I love every friendship, enemy, drama and angst that was written. Trilina Pucci wrote a book that is beautiful and raw, unpredictable, excessive angst that just jumps of the page sucking you in and is amazing! Trilina you slayed me with the telling of this NA romance and I’m crossing fingers and toes for more!!

“First. Last. And only”

 

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