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Island Classifieds: Book One

His mother. His best friend. The barmaid at the local pub. Everyone is determined to find Nathan Moffatt a boyfriend. It’s the last thing Nathan wants. After spending every day making sure his clients experience nothing but romantic magic, the Granshire Hotel’s wedding organizer just wants to go home, binge watch crime dramas, and eat pizza in his underwear.

Unfortunately, no one believes him, and he’s stuck with lectures about dying alone. Then inspiration strikes. He needs the people in his life to want him to stay single as much as he does. He needs a bad boyfriend.

There’s only one man for the job.

Flynn Delaney is used to people on the island of Ceremony thinking the worst of him. But he isn’t sure he wants the dubious honor of worst boyfriend on the entire island. On the other hand, if he plays along, he gets to hang out with the gorgeous Nathan and piss off the owners of the Granshire Hotel. It’s a win-win.

There’s only one problem—Flynn’s actually quite a good boyfriend, and now Nathan’s wondering if getting off the sofa occasionally is really the worst thing in the world.

August 21
Dreamspinner Press
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Customer Reviews

Monet5280 ,

Thing never go as you plan

I was given this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Wanted: Bad Boyfriend by TA Moore was a was a wonderful book that made me smile but also want to smack the characters upside the head. Yeah I talking to you Max and Teddy. Nate the wedding planner was tired of the whole gang of busybodies trying to set him up on dates. Nate decides to get everyone off his back he would show them that he is better off alone if he finds a bad boyfriend.
Enter Flynn the resident mechanic and the one everyone disliked and gossiped about. Well as we know things do not always go as planned. Flynn and Nate go on a couple of dates and end up finding more than they bargained for. I loved this book. It was the perfect mix of grudges, love, and a dash of a wedding disasters and rescues. Who doesn’t love wedding disasters, mysterious pasts and rescues. I certainly do.

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