Treyton by J. Nathan


Title: Treyton

Series: Savage Beasts #2

Author: J. Nathan
Genre: Standalone Rock Star Romance

Release Date: February 3, 2020

Treyton Collins is Savage Beast’s drummer.
He’s the rock band’s resident bad boy
with the troubled past, tattoos, and tongue ring to prove
No woman has yet to be immune to Treyton’s charm.
That’s why he’s fascinated by the one who is…
She couldn’t be any more different than him.
She’s business suits and he’s torn jeans.
She’s bossy and he’s fun-loving.
She’s got an attitude and he can’t stand it.
Brielle Patrick is Savage Beasts’ publicist.
Her latest publicity stunt left her on the outs with the
But, if nothing else, Brielle is persistent.
And she’ll prove it by spending the summer on tour with the
She’s convinced herself she’s there to keep Treyton out of
But that isn’t the only reason she’s overseas for two
She’s searching for something her life is missing. 
Something she might find when she least expects it. 
With the guy she least expects to find it with.
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J. Nathan continues her Savage Beasts series with an emotional tale of two opposites who find sexy love in their rock and roll world.

Despite his rough start in life, Treyton Collins has made it big. Together with his best friend Kozart Savage and the rest of their band, they’ve climbed the rock charts and are now a world renowned rock and roll band. He has fame and fortune, but the one thing he doesn’t have is a family to call his own. Could it be possible to find the one thing he’s missing in the only woman who can’t stand him?

When it comes to her job as Savage Beasts’ publicist, Brielle Patrick is cold and calculating. She’s helped them from the beginning. However her latest move put her at odds with the guys. Needing a break from her life and looking to repair her relationship with the band, she accompanies them on their world tour. She never expected her frenemies relationship with Treyton to develop into more, but can two people with trust issues find a way to believe in each other?

There are only a handful of authors whose book compilation I’ve read in its entirety, J. Nathan is one of them. I’m a huge fan of her captivating writing style, fascinating characters and engaging stories. Treyton is a wonderful addition to her collection.

I can’t say that I was a big fan of Brielle after her very calculated interference in Kozart’s personal life in the previous book, but I wanted to know what made her tick, what was behind that frosted exterior and especially curious about her unlikely relationship with the sexy drummer. Treyton gave me that and more. I loved her strength and independence that hid her caring vulnerable side and how once she got to know Trey, they both found they had a lot in common.

I felt so sad for the loss and hardships Treyton had to go through at such a young age which could easily explain his bad boy status. But mostly I found Treyton to be fun loving and easy going with a lot of energy. I really liked that he was the one who pursued Brie and helped bring their walls down. Despite starting out as complete opposites, Brie and Trey are wonderful together.

And what’s a world tour without traveling the world? I loved all the places J. Nathan took us to in this story, from zip lining in Belgium to visiting the Eiffel Tower all while Brie and Trey deepen their relationship and fall in love.

Treyton is book #2 of the Savage Beasts series by J. Nathan. Treyton is utterly perfect. It is a standalone rocker romance told from the both points of view, filled with sweet, fun, heartwarming and sexy moments and of course an adorably happy ending. No cliffhanger.

Once the last two fans left, the guys walked toward the door, eager to
get ready to take the stage. 
“Treyton,” I called with conviction in my tone. 
The guys all mumbled as they walked out of the room with Trey trailing
behind them. 
Son of a bitch. 
I dragged in a deep breath, then stormed out of the room, stalking
backstage where everyone grabbed food or drinks. I walked right up to Trey
whose back was to me and stepped in front of him. “You heard me.” 
His brows squished together. 
“You’re acting like a child. Act like a man.” 
He grabbed my arm roughly and pulled me out of the room and into a
hallway, slamming the door behind us. He walked into me so I needed to step
back, right into the wall. He caged me in, his hands pressing to the wall above
my head. And just like he had the other night on his bus, he slanted his head
so our faces were close. “Fuck me?” he asked, questioning my words. 
I swallowed hard. Having him that close was daunting, even if I was
pissed at him. I remained focused and angry. Because I was. How dare he ignore
He shifted his hips, his erection pressing into my stomach. “Does a child
feel like this?” 
Though the intrusion sent zingers through me, I couldn’t let that
distract me. “Stop.” 
“Stop what?” 
“Stop using your body to try to make me lose focus.” 
He smirked, an evil glint in his eyes. “Is that what I do to you?” 
“No, you piss me off.”
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Author Bio
J. Nathan
is the author of new adult and sports romances with cocky heroes and sassy
heroines. When she’s not writing, she’s a total romance junkie! Add an alpha
male who’s unlikable in the beginning…even better. She loves guys in backward
hats, country music, the summertime, and her amazing family and friends.