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Trust Me

(Find Me #3)

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4.14  ·  Rating details ·  324 ratings  ·  40 reviews
“Trust me.”

Wick Tate’s never heard these words so much in her life. And with all her secrets, who can she really trust?

There’s Milo, her new hacker boyfriend, who’s keeping a dark secret of his own. Griff, the ex who’s always had her best interests at heart but who mostly wants to stay out of Wick’s mess. There’s Looking Glass, an organization that can supposedly offer Wic
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ebook, 336 pages
Published March 22nd 2016 by HarperTeen
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Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
I have loved this series from the very beginning with all its danger, chaos, twists and turns and Wick is the very best part of it all. But even I have to admit, that with this latest, this last, installment, Bernard outdid herself. It was, simply put, brilliant.

Wick has grown so much from the timid headstrong girl of Find Me. She is still very much damaged, still very much in danger and still very much as smart and cunning as ever. And even though she has grown a lot as a character, there was
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Erin Arkin
Trust Me by Romily Bernard is a book I have impatiently been waiting to get my hands on since I turned the last page of Remember Me. When I was able to chase down a copy at ALA this year I had two choices. I could read it right away and find out what was going on with some of my favorite characters or I could hold out because this is the last book…once I finished this book that was going to be it. So…I forced myself to wait at least until it was closer to the release date. Anyway, this book was ...more
YourFriendlyNeighborhoodSpidey
The entire time I was reading this, I couldn't help but thinking: "Wow. This badly wants to be a sicfi novel."

I mean, here we are. Wick has been kidnapped and inducted into this shady, quasi-government agency that recruits young* hackers and uses them for nefarious purposes and someone literally said: "You looked into the dark and it looked back at you. You know this."

Does this not read as a contemporary that really, really, really wants to be scifi to anyone else?

Regardless, there were some th
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Ileana
Oct 19, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2016
So good!! Read it in an hour and loved it!!
Paige (Illegal in 3 Countries)
See more of my reviews on The YA Kitten! My copy was an ARC I got from YA Books Central for review.
Diversity Rating: 1 – Tokenism
Racial-Ethnic:
1 (Milo has dark skin; Alejandra may be Hispanic based on her name)
QUILTBAG: 0
Disability: 0
Intersectionality: 0

After three books and endless trials for Wick, I hardly know what’s left for me to say. Used by her father, used by a corrupt detective, and now used by a tech organization that says it wants to help her. Wick being Wick and me being a reader of
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Shay
EEEKKK Will it come out already!!! So excited to get my hands on this!!

UPDATE: Its got a cover!!! LOVE IT!!!

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* ARC received by Author in exchange for an honest review**

OH MY GOSH!!!!! This series just gets better and better. It was sooo freaking good! I can't believe how fast pace it was. It was like a roller-coaster. The mystery behind Looking Glass! Awesome! I couldn't decide if they were good or not, kept me guessing...
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Bekah (WillBakeforBooks)
A wholly satisfying conclusion to a trilogy that might just make it to my favorites list. Wick is a fiery character you just can't help but love, despite the flaws that only make her human. This book goes from the realm of small-town mystery to government conspiracy without even batting an eye, giving us readers both surprise and delight. Fast-paced, hold-your-breath, and just plain awesome - Trust Me is an incredible ending you won't want to miss.
Therealbadkitty
I have found a new favorite series and I have to wait a year to read the next one! :(
Jaclyn
Jan 16, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 2015, favorites
Let me just start by saying that Trust Me is one of the best conclusions to a series I have ever read. Im serious. It was heart pounding, jaw dropping, edge of my seat awesome-sauce from beginning to end. So many series feel drawn out, and their conclusions leave too many things unsettled. Trust Me is not one of those books. Now I'm not saying it ties everything up in a pretty little bow, because um excuse me but Wicked is too kick ass for that. If Wick goes down she does so swinging. One of my ...more
Anna Bubolz
Nov 16, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Personal Response
I liked this book a lot. It was interesting the whole time and kept me on my toes. The one thing I did notice was that the author likes the word "leverage" a lot. Considering how an average teenager talks, using the same word over is definitely normal.

Plot
Wick, the computer hacker, comes home after solving a murder to find a man talking with her mom. The man, who was called Hank, wanted to take Wick to a special place for trouble teens that are computer geniuses. After getting t
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Sally Kilpatrick
I feel like I need to reread before I can give you the best review possible, so consider this a placeholder. Blessedly, rereading Romily Bernard never gets old because she just keeps getting better. Her prose and pacing fly gracefully, and I love Wick's special blend of snark. I'm normally not a big fan of the love triangle, but Bernard makes it work as Wick has to decide between fellow hacker Milo and bad boy with the heart of gold, Griff. That last one sounds like a cliche. Okay, it kinda is a ...more
Sharni
Sep 14, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I feel like I waited a long time to read this - but happily it didn't disappoint! I had to keep turning those pages to find out how things were going to shake out...
Jill
Sep 06, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
There ain't no sugar coating, this is the real deal so get ready.
That ending though.
Brittany
Aug 01, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: thriller-mystery
This is by far the best book of the Find Me trilogy! The connections between the books are shown and everything comes together to make sense. This book felt like it was more mystery than thriller to me but I still really enjoyed it!

I worried about how I would feel about Wick in this book considering she took such a dark turn in the second book. I have to say that she really redeemed herself in my eyes in this book. She didn't make a huge change in her personality or anything but she made the ult
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Beth
Aug 02, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Rating: ***.*/ *****

Synopsis: Wicket Tate's life has never been more complicated, with everything going on she has found herself asking who she can really trust. Milo, her hacker boyfriend, Griff, her ex, her family consisting of her sister and foster parent, etc; its very confusing for her and it's only going to get worse. In order to escape her demons she is going to have to trust somebody, but how can she.

My Thoughts: This was a pretty good conclusion to the Wick Tate story. Wick is definite
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Brandon Kitchen
Sep 19, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Such a good finale to the trilogy. Remember Me was a little frustrating (as most sequels are) but I found myself turning page after page with Trust Me. Bernard does a great job at making the reader second guess every character, which is appropriate given the title is literally called Trust Me. I think this is the most suspenseful one out of the three. Really enjoyable and filled with twist after twist.
Victoria
This was not my favorite of the three books but it wasn't all that bad. It was a decent wrap up to this trilogy. I wish some things were done a little differently but overall it wasnt that bad and I'm a little sad to see these characters go.
Dee Price
I absolutely loved this series. Betrayals, twists, turns, non-stop action...all of the ingredients for a good psychological thriller. This book answers all of the questions I had throughout the series and it was the perfect ending to Wick's story.
Julie Davis
Apr 30, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I highly recommend this series by Bernard. They are taut, exciting mysteries that will keep you guessing until the end. I am looking forward to reading more from this talented author.
Kayla
Oct 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
i love this series
review to come!
Dark Faerie Tales
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Quick & Dirty: Gripping mystery that will keep you on the edge of your seat! I highly recommend this series to all mystery/thriller fans!

Opening Sentence: Is it still kidnapping if your mom lets them take you?

The Review:

Wick Tate has had trust issues pretty much her entire life. She was raised by a father who was a con man and her mother was always afraid to stand up to him. The only good things that came from her crappy childhood are her amazing little si
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Once
Feb 28, 2016 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Wick Tate has been an idol since I've started this series. I love this girl to pieces. She's a hacker, a genius and the type of person that will do anything and everything to get herself out of trouble. The girl has WICK in WICKED for a reason. Although she may be genius, she has her flaws. Even if these come in handy at times. Sometimes her lack in trust is on point. Who would blame her? Wick was raised by a father who is a con man and had a very unhealthy childhood. From her early ages, her fa ...more
Stephanie
May 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
So I put this book on my library holds list not knowing it was a third in a trilogy. Thankfully I figured that out before I left the library and was able to grab a copy of Find Me that day and have Remember Me transferred a few days later. I'm so thankful I did because this series is fabulous! And I'm really, really thankful that I didn't discover it until after the last book was out because if I had read Remember Me when it came out a year ago, the wait for Trust Me would have been absolute tor ...more
Sarah
May 26, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This was definitely the best book in the series...I found the first book a little far fetched at times, though the ending really captured my attention and left me wanting more. The second book, I thought, was even more suspenseful and really had me excited for book #3. But Trust Me ended up being even more than I could have hoped for. Everyone's motives finally made sense to me, my questions were answered, and it was all so beautifully thought out and executed that I wish I could read even more ...more
Shelley
*Source* Library
*Genre* Young Adult, Thriller
*Rating* 4.0

*My Thoughts*

Sometimes you make the choices, and sometimes the choices makes you."

Trust Me, by author Romily Bernard, is the third and final installment in the Find Me trilogy featuring hacker extraordinaire Wicket (Wick) Tate. Wick used to run a business tracking down cheaters for money, now she has to worry about keeping herself out of prison and staying alive. After Agent Hart gave Wick information on how her mother really died, Wick fo
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Melanie
Nov 09, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I have loved the Find Me series and go so excited when I saw Trust Me (The final book I believe) in the series was available at last!

I don't want to talk about the story, I don't give spoilers in my reviews at all and with this series from Romily they stories are so intricate and twisted that there are a few surprises in them. I loved the surprises at the end of this book. One was totally not expected!

Often when authors get into series' I find they can fall a bit flat come the last book but Rom
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Reader_In_Rome
Mar 06, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I told myself if I was going to wait a whole year for this book, it better be the best one yet. It most definitely was. Romily Bernard's Find Me and Remember Me were great mystery reads. While reading both of them I felt surprised turing every page. I hoped that this last one would be a satisfying conclusion to the series and live up to my high expectations toward this series. After reading it, it was more than wished. Definitely one of the best conclusions to any series! Thank you Romily Bernar ...more
Marisa
Not sure if this is the final book but it did feel like it. This series was good don't get me wrong, but THIS book was great. It sucked me in from the beginning and I didn't want to put it down, but you know there is work, responsibilities, and just life duties that have to be taken care of.

Wick finally found her stride in this book. With trilogies I always get a bit worried for the ending because at times it seems the author doesn't know how they want it to end, but you could tell the author h
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Sarah
Wick is back in her third book. Basically, Wick is forced to work with an Internet Security company. They will not turn her over to the authorities for her past transgressions, she will earn money for her work, ultimately it is the best case scenario for her. Wick still doesn't totally trust the situation because she is forced to join this company and there are others working to try to take her from their grasps (but Wick has made many enemies, so who knows where she is really safe). Favorite ch ...more
Hannah Martian
Jun 17, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wick Tate isn’t your average teenager: She’s a hacker who’s trying to keep herself and her sister safe from her criminal father. When the government offers her a job with Looking Glass, a group that specializes in hacking, Wick thinks it’s too good to be true...and it is. TRUST ME, the conclusion to Romily Bernard’s FIND ME trilogy, follows Wick as she navigates through all the twists and turns associated with Looking Glass, as well as figuring out how to keep those she loves safe. Overall, TRUS ...more
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