Brock Badd is everything except bad. He’s sexy, sweet, strong, and every other good thing I never thought I wanted in a man. I always thought I needed the real bad boys, the ones that screw you senseless and pull your hair and aren’t there to talk about it in the morning.
I’ve always been a one-night stand kind of girl, and sometimes I wouldn’t even stick around for a full night. Brock was supposed to be a one-night stand—that’s how it started out, at least. Only, what was supposed to be a fun one-time-only hookup with a hot local guy ended up with me discovering Brock’s potency six different ways by breakfast.
That was all it took. One night with Brock, and I was hooked. But hooked doesn’t mean ready for a relationship.
That’s what he wants. And deep down, I’m starting to fear that’s what I want too.
I’m just not sure I’m ready for it.
I mean, he’s the literal epitome of tall, dark, and handsome, plus he’s a pilot…with a six-pack and perfect hair and a smile to melt me from the inside out. How’s a girl supposed to resist that? I couldn’t. I can’t. I’ve tried, but I keep going back for more.
I’ve got it bad, real BADD.
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Brock is awesome and all but the title and short description is totally different than the book itself. It dragged and made me bored.
The book made me so frustrated. Her parents don’t deserve to be parents. The parents punished and treated their daughter like poop, yet her parents weren’t holy at that exact age either. The book had no plot. The book dragged on for no reason. I got bored.
Keep the characters straight if you are gonna write a book about all of them
I was highly disappointed by this one. Repetitive, predictable—more than the others—and the author didn’t remember things she’d say about the brothers in one book to another. So does Xavier have green eyes and black hair or the “signature chocolate eyes” and brown hair. I am usually not one to write reviews, especially when I purchase books not for their literary prowess. Some people watch reality TV, I read these types of books. We all have a guilty pleasure but can an author make a little effort in keeping the story straight? I’m still paying money here.