Good girls don't steal.
Good girls don't visit sex shops.
Good girls don't have one-night stands.
For Katie Conners, being a good girl just isn't worth it anymore. It used to mean getting the life she always wanted. But that was before she got dumped and her ex got engaged to his rebound. So, after a bad day and one too many mojitos, Katie starts making a list of things a girl like her would never do, not in a million years . . .
As a tattoo artist with a monster motorcycle, Chase Trepasso isn't the kind of guy you bring home to mom and dad.
And when he finds Katie's list in a bar, he's more than happy to help her check off a few items. Especially the ones on the naughtier side . . .
Katie's more than tempted by Chase's offer, as long as they keep things uncomplicated. But as they spend more time together, she may just wind up breaking the most important rule of all: Good girls don't fall in love with bad boys.
A fun read
With good characters, laugh out loud moments, and page turning love scenes, I give it a solid 4.
This book was like one giant romance cliche. It was clearly not researched thoroughly and poked fun (unintentionally) at stereotypes about 'biker bad boys with tattoos.' You never give someone alcohol to drink while you're tattooing them, you don't let someone get a tattoo they have clearly not thought through, tattoo artists don't let you pick one out of a binder...ugh. I need to be honest though, I only got about halfway through chapter 3 before I couldn't take any more. There were innumerable grammatical errors within the portion I fought through. I'm used to books with believable dialogue and believable attraction. So. Disappointed.
I obsoletely love this book, I started reading it and I couldn't help but to keep reading it