Dangerous Addiction (A Hooked Novel, Book I)

Dangerous Addiction (A Hooked Novel, Book I)

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Brittney By fatalkiss Completed

Seventeen-year-old Cassandra Hall is the girl in high school you'd ask for help with homework or to look at her notes if you missed a day. She is college bound. Her best friend calls her "Miss Goody Two-Shoes" because all she does is homework and read books. 

Eighteen-year-old Joseph Cummings has broken every law he can and has no regrets. He has tattoo sleeves and gives a sinister glare to anyone who comes close. That is everyone except Cassandra. 

Cassie finds Joey intriguing and sparks fly when she learns more about him. He keeps his past a secret, but she wants to know more. She keeps coming back to him as if he's a breath of fresh air. Joey likes having a "good girl" around for a change. Despite the warnings of her friends and family, Cassie grows closer to Joey. If she's not careful his criminal life will rub off on her, turning her into the cliché: a good girl gone bad.

(Newly Revised and Expanded)

The Hooked series doesn't need to be read in order.

Cover by wheadee

  • addicted
  • addiction
  • adventure
  • california
  • contemporary
  • crime
  • dangerous
  • death
  • drugs
  • friends
  • high-school
  • innocent
  • love
  • murder
  • mystery
  • romance
  • runaway
  • tattoo
  • young-adult
GeeksterLove123 GeeksterLove123 Oct 17, 2017
When you're just that tired and you read this as Evan peters 😂
GeeksterLove123 GeeksterLove123 Oct 17, 2017
I take a sexy tattooed "freak" over a prom king type any day lmao.  Rough guys are hot af 😂
melancholy3535 melancholy3535 Oct 30, 2017
Literally me and my sister she be at raves and I be in bed or reading
JazzyDF JazzyDF Oct 31, 2017
Apparently I act the way people around me act. But with the twist of my personality
thatcheesyreader thatcheesyreader Apr 30, 2017
Dang, I've been reading books of 20+ year olds so now it's weird to have a 17 year old lol
_xvy2cen_ _xvy2cen_ Feb 27, 2017
Well I think the opposite since I've grown older "sometimes the truth hurts"