Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Review-Pained (Bullied #2) by Vera Hollins

Publisher: Vera Hollins
Published: March 31, 2020
Genre: Young adult romance
Source: E-ARC
Rating: 5 stars

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~See my review for book 1 Bullied~

Two months have passed since the day I pushed Hayden away. Two months since I found out he loved me and wanted to be with me. I’ve been trying to move on and forget about him, but my heart refuses to listen.

Hayden had almost died saving me. Half of me wants to forgive him for everything and give him another chance. The other half prevents me from doing so, distrusting him and ignoring my heart's desires. Hayden is dark and complicated, and as the days pass, he gets further away from me, ignoring me whenever our paths cross.

I have less than a year before I go to college, and I won't see him ever again. I have to believe I will get over him and move on with my life. I have to believe in my future without him.

Unless he didn't really move on, and our masks are about to fall.

“I’m walking on a thin line.
Still searching for any sign.
 How do you love and hate?
 It sounds like a twisted fate.”

If I had to use one word to describe Pained, it’s intense. It’s so deeply intense that I still have chills running up and down my body. Hollins writes one hell of a follow-up novel. Bullied was just as intense and devastating; but the second book has left me feeling so weak. Yes, that ending  left me feeling breathless and I have no idea how I’ll be able to wait that long for the next one!

“ It’s a roller coaster, and you’ll never know What it’s like to be so high and then fall so low.”

This seemed to be a major theme while reading. So many highs, so many lows—Hayden wanted Sarah...and then he didn’t. So many contradictions he made. But if you’ve read the first book, we all know why Hayden is the way he is. He feels things so much more deeply than your average joe. All his senses are heightened to the max and if truth be told, he’s  probably one of the most interesting characters I’ve ever read.

“I accepted him the moment I fell in love with him, but the scars he created in me are too deep.”

Sarah. Sweet, lovely Sarah. What I love most about her, is her resilience and strength to adversity and pain. In the first book, I chalked her up to being weak; even though she’s probably one of the strongest characters present. To go through life believing that you’re nothing, yet still having the strength to treat everyone with kindness even when they don’t deserve it, is admirable. She’s an amazing character that I believe everyone should go ahead and meet.

“You fucked me up. I don’t trust you. For me, you’re like a black stain on a white surface. You aren’t supposed to be here, and you make everything dirty.”

One of the best things about the Bullied series is all the well rounded characters that embedded themselves into your soul. Yes, your soul! I’ve read these books on Wattpad and have formed such a great connection to them all, that I know by the end of the series, I’ll be weeping with sorrow.


Give this series a chance if you haven’t already. The writing is gripping and so damn intense. There’s that word again. I can’t help but describe this any other way. Read the book and see for yourself!

*Thank you to the author for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are subjective but my own.

Buy the book:
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About the author:
Vera Hollins is the author of the Bullied series, which has amassed over 30 million reads online since 2016. She loves writing emotional, dark, and angsty love stories that deal with heartbreak, mental and social issues, and finding light in darkness.

She's been writing since she was nine, and before she knew it, it became her passion and life. She particularly likes coffee, bunnies, angsty romance, and anti-heroes. When she's not writing, you can find her reading, plotting her next book with as many twists as possible, and watching YouTube.

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Review-Tigers, Not Daughters (Tigers, Not Daughters #1) by Samantha Mabry

Publisher: Algonquin Young Readers
Published: March 24, 2020
Genre: Contemporary/Magical realism
Source: E-ARC

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The Torres sisters dream of escape. Escape from their needy and despotic widowed father, and from their San Antonio neighborhood, full of old San Antonio families and all the traditions and expectations that go along with them. In the summer after her senior year of high school, Ana, the oldest sister, falls to her death from her bedroom window. A year later, her three younger sisters, Jessica, Iridian, and Rosa, are still consumed by grief and haunted by their sister’s memory. Their dream of leaving Southtown now seems out of reach. But then strange things start happening around the house: mysterious laughter, mysterious shadows, mysterious writing on the walls. The sisters begin to wonder if Ana really is haunting them, trying to send them a message—and what exactly she’s trying to say.

In a stunning follow-up to her National Book Award–longlisted novel All the Wind in the World, Samantha Mabry weaves an aching, magical novel that is one part family drama, one part ghost story, and one part love story.


Every now and then a book leaves me speechless and nothing I say or do can do it justice. This is one of those times. Tigers, not Daughters is the story about three Latina sisters learning how to cope after losing the eldest sister when she fell from her bedroom window. 

All these young women wanted to do was escape. Instead, they’re stuck in a place they don’t want to be, without a way out. Or so they think. We’re taken on such a beautiful adventure that will leave you breathless. 

Haunting yet gorgeous; I was left feeling so much.  We’re taken on a bittersweet journey of hope. Because there’s only one way to go up when you feel you’ve reached rock bottom. If you read anything in the next few weeks, let it be this one. You won’t regret it!

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are subjective but my own. 

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About the author:
Samantha was born four days before the death of John Lennon. she grew up in Dallas, playing bass guitar along to vinyl records in her bedroom after school, writing fan letters to rock stars, doodling song lyrics into notebooks, and reading big, big books.

She spends as much time as possible in the West Texas desert.

A FIERCE AND SUBTLE POISON (Algonquin Young Readers, spring 2016) is her first novel.

Friday, March 20, 2020

Blog Tour Review-Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel

Publisher: Berkley
Published: March 17, 2020
Genre: Mystery Thriller
Source: E-ARC
Rating: 3 stars

Sharp Objects meets My Lovely Wife in this tightly drawn debut that peels back the layers of the most complicated of mother-daughter relationships...

For the first eighteen years of her life, Rose Gold Watts believed she was seriously ill. She was allergic to everything, used a wheelchair and practically lived at the hospital. Neighbors did all they could, holding fundraisers and offering shoulders to cry on, but no matter how many doctors, tests, or surgeries, no one could figure out what was wrong with Rose Gold.

Turns out her mom, Patty Watts, was just a really good liar.

After serving five years in prison, Patty gets out with nowhere to go and begs her daughter to take her in. The entire community is shocked when Rose Gold says yes.

Patty insists all she wants is to reconcile their differences. She says she's forgiven Rose Gold for turning her in and testifying against her. But Rose Gold knows her mother. Patty Watts always settles a score.

Unfortunately for Patty, Rose Gold is no longer her weak little darling...

And she's waited such a long time for her mother to come home.

This has to be one the creepiest books I’ve read this year. Granted, we’re only so many days into the new year but still—THIS IS ONE THE CREEPIEST (and dare I say grossest?) BOOKS I’VE READ THIS YEAR. Sorry, but it bears repeating. At the end, I was left feeling majorly uncomfortable. If truth be told, the whole entire book make me feel that way.

Told in alternate POVs—Rose Gold and Patty—in past and present. We are told the story of Rose Gold in the aftermath of her mother going to prison for five years. Then the present and after prison in Patty’s own voice. Being stuck in these two characters was a doozy and as I mentioned before, a bit uncomfortable. But I was hooked. It reminded me of the Gypsy Blanchard case. When I saw the documentary to that, I got the same sick feeling I got while reading this.

I had to know all the secrets the book was bound to tell us—and the only way to do that was to keep reading. The story was interesting enough to keep my mind occupied the entire time. The lovely mother and daughter duo were unreliable ad they come—both had secrets and agendas only known to them. I didn’t know what else to think except for the fact that they were as unpleasant as they seemed.

In the end, the story held its own and kept my attention throughout. There were only a handful of times that I had to stop reading because some things were just a little too much for me. To some it might not be a big deal, but for me, it just made me feel gross inside. If you're looking for a thriller to read this year, let this one be put on the top of your list. It may have been a little predictable at times, but it was good read.

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are subjective but my own.

Buy the book:
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About the author:
Stephanie Wrobel grew up in Chicago but has been living in the UK for the last three years with her husband and dog, Moose Barkwinkle. She has an MFA from Emerson College and has had short fiction published in Bellevue Literary Review. Before turning to fiction, she worked as a creative copywriter at various advertising agencies.

Darling Rose Gold (US & Canada)/The Recovery of Rose Gold (UK) is her first novel, coming March 17, 2020.

Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Review-The Shape of Family by Shilpi Somaya Gowda

Publisher: William Morrow
Published: March 17, 2020
Genre: Fiction
Source: Print ARC
Rating: 3.5 stars

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Amazon UK (UK has release date of 10-20-2020)

From the international bestselling author of Secret Daughter and The Golden Son comes a poignant, unforgettable novel about a family's growing apart and coming back together in the wake of tragedy.

The Olanders embody the American dream in a globalized world. Jaya, the cultured daughter of an Indian diplomat and Keith, an ambitious banker from middle-class Philadelphia, meet in a London pub in 1988 and make a life together in suburban California. Their strong marriage is built on shared beliefs and love for their two children: headstrong teenager Karina and young son Prem, the light of their home.

But love and prosperity cannot protect them from sudden, unspeakable tragedy, and the family’s foundation cracks as each member struggles to seek a way forward. Jaya finds solace in spirituality. Keith wagers on his high-powered career. Karina focuses relentlessly on her future and independence. And Prem watches helplessly as his once close-knit family drifts apart.

When Karina heads off to college for a fresh start, her search for identity and belonging leads her down a dark path, forcing her and her family to reckon with the past, the secrets they’ve held and the weight of their choices.

The Shape of Family is an intimate portrayal of four individuals as they grapple with what it means to be a family and how to move from a painful past into a hopeful future. It is a profoundly moving exploration of the ways we all seek belonging — in our families, our communities and ultimately, within ourselves.

Wow. So I don’t even know where to start after finishing The Shape of Family. I was both emotionally invested and deeply emotional as I read this bittersweet novel about a family doing their best to stay afloat after a tragedy. So many things happened to these beautifully flawed characters. It made them real. It made them relatable.

I liked that the author was able to write about how each character dealt with tragedy differently from the other. We get the POV from the family of four but of the family members that we get, reminded me a lot of the narrator from The Lovely Bones.

By the end of the book, I’m woman enough to admit that I cried. It has such a beautiful message and tied the book together perfectly. I look forward to reading more books from Gowda; her words are gorgeous.

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a copy for an honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

About the Author:
Shilpi Somaya Gowda was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. In college, she spent a summer as a volunteer in an Indian orphanage, which seeded the idea for her first novel, Secret Daughter, published in 2010. It was a New York Times and #1 international bestseller, and was translated into over 30 languages. Secret Daughter was shortlisted for the South African Boeke Literary Prize, longlisted for the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, was an IndieNext Great Read, a Target Book Club Pick, a ChaptersIndigo Heather’s Pick, and an Amnesty International Book Club Pick.

Her second novel, The Golden Son, was published in 2015-16 around the world, was a #1 international bestseller, a Target Book Club Pick, a Costco Buyer’s Pick, and was awarded the French literary prize, Prix des Lyceens Folio. Her first two novels have sold over two million copies worldwide, and her third novel, The Shape of Family, will be published in October 2019 in Canada and March 2020 in the U.S.

Shilpi holds an MBA from Stanford University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was a Morehead-Cain scholar. She has served on the Advisory Board of the Children's Defense Fund, and is a Patron of Childhaven International, the organization for which she volunteered in India. She lives in California with her husband and children.

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

The Moonglow Sisters by Lori Wilde

Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
Published: March 3, 2020
Genre: Women's fiction
Source: Print ARC
Rating: 4 stars

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It’s Jill Shalvis meets Susan Mallery in this gorgeous novel by New York Times bestselling author Lori Wilde about three sisters, one small town, a wedding, and the summer that changes everything.

Welcome to Moonglow Cove, Texas, a place where your neighbors know your name and the gentle waves of the Gulf of Mexico lap lazily against the sands. It’s a magical spot, especially in the summertime…

Once the town was the home of the Clark sisters—brought up by their grandmother at the Moonglow Inn. Nicknamed “The Moonglow Sisters”, as children they were inseparable.  Then, a wedding-day betrayal tore them apart and they scattered across the globe and away from each other.  But the sisters have at last come home…

There’s Maddie: smart, sensible, and stubborn. Shelley, who ran off to find her bliss. And Gia, a free-spirit determined to keep the peace. It’s her impending wedding that keeps them together…but Gia has a secret, and when her sisters find out all heck is going to break loose!

The Moonglow Sisters continues Lori Wilde’s trademark storytelling to create an unforgettable novel of family, betrayal, love, and second chances.

I adored, loved, and fell in love with everything about The Moonglow Sisters. This is a story about forgiveness and what it means to be part of a sisterhood. Maddie, Gia, and Shelley are sisters that just so happen to be best friends. That is until a certain event pushes them apart for years. Now they are back in Moonglow Cove angry, bitter, and have one thing to do in order to fulfill wishes for someone they love.

I felt engaged from the moment I read the first word on chapter one. The setting and the characters truly made this book great. We even get a fake fiance storyline and I go crazy with that trope! Upon reading I didn't think that anything could be solved. The women seemed to broken and stuck on staying in that sad, angry place that I wondered how they would ever go on. I shouldn't have fretted. Wilde has a certain way with words that make it hard to put it down.

All the while, she still threw a few surprises along the way. Overall, I think during this trying time with the corona virus and being stuck at home, you should definitely add this to your spring readings lists. It has it all! It'll also make you feel a nice and giddy!

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Buy the book:
Amazon UK (On sale April 2, 2020)

About the Author:
Lori Wilde can’t remember a time when she didn’t want to write. She even went to nursing school so she could have a schedule flexible enough to allow her to write on the side. She nursed for 20 years, working in a variety of settings from the newborn nursery to the recovery room, to dialysis. But she never lost her desire to write.

She sold her first book in 1994 to Silhouette Romance but later discovered she had a flair for comedy and branched out to Harlequin Duets and now, to Blaze.

Lori is an adventuresome soul who loves to travel. She’s taken flying lessons, completed two marathons, rode in a hot-air balloon, performed with a professional jazz band, traveled Europe as a teenager, hiked volcanoes in Hawaii, trod on glaciers in Alaska, shot white-water rapids, water-skied, snow-skied, raced all-terrain vehicles, bodysurfed in the Gulf of Mexico, and photographed grizzly bears in Yellowstone.

She lives in her native Texas, with her own real-life hero, Bill.

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Review:Undercover Bromance (Bromance Book Club #2) by Lyssa Kay Adams

Publisher: Berkley
Published: March 10, 2020
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Source: Print ARC
Rating: 5 stars

Braden Mack thinks reading romance novels makes him an expert in love, but he’ll soon discover that real life is better than fiction. 

Liv Papandreas has a dream job as a sous chef at Nashville’s hottest restaurant. Too bad the celebrity chef owner is less than charming behind kitchen doors. After she catches him harassing a young hostess, she confronts him and gets fired. Liv vows revenge, but she’ll need assistance to take on the powerful chef.

Unfortunately, that means turning to Braden Mack. When Liv’s blackballed from the restaurant scene, the charismatic nightclub entrepreneur offers to help expose her ex-boss, but she is suspicious of his motives. He’ll need to call in reinforcements: the Bromance Book Club.

Inspired by the romantic suspense novel they’re reading, the book club assists Liv in setting up a sting operation to take down the chef. But they’re just as eager to help Mack figure out the way to Liv’s heart... even though she’s determined to squelch the sparks between them before she gets burned.

Romance is hella fun. When The Bromance Book Club came out last year, I knew I found myself a new author to love and stalk..er...I mean, follow. Not like the crazy chick from Misery. Nope, not crazy like that! Adams writes a wonderful story about how there's no damn place for toxic masculinity in romancelandia. None whatsoever. I fell in love with the way that the men had a secret bookclub dedicated to romance in order to love and understand their ladies better.

“We spend a lot of time talking about the unfairness of how our toxic masculine society forces us to be ashamed of embracing romance novels."

It was more than that though. Because while they read books together, what they've formed is a brotherhood that will always have their back. There's so much beauty in that. Undercover Bromance is the story of Mack; the founder of the bookclub. He's the type of fella who likes to flirt...a lot. Mainly because he has yet to find the perfect girl for him.

"He was tired of watching his friends live happily ever after while he fruitlessly searched for the future Mrs. Mack—someone he could spoil, grow old with, and cherish forever."

Enter Liz. The beautiful sous chef to a douchebag celebrity chef. Unfortunately, she gets fired when sticking up for a young girl being harassed by the chef. Enter Mack and the bros to help in any way they can. Revenge is a dish best served cold. 

"Mack found his favorite author and pulled The Protector, her newest book, off the shelf. A romantic suspense about a Secret Service agent and the president’s daughter. He loved a little danger with his romance, and he especially loved an enemies-to-lovers story."

You know what was super cool with the book? It was the book the bromance club is reading and gathering inspiration from in order to pull a fast one on the creepy ex-boss. The enemies-to-lovers storyline is a lovely bonus that was seriously the best! The banter between Liv and Mack is panty-melting-scorching-hot. In my opinion, the best kinds of romance to have around.

There are many things I adored about the book and I'm always so sad to see one end when I don't want it to. The Bromance Book Club series is so damn fun, sexy, and immensely entertaining. You don't want to miss out on these books!

"There was just something satisfying about two people discovering that what makes them fight is also the thing that makes them perfect for each other." 

*Thank you to the publisher for providing a free copy for an honest and unbiased review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Buy the book:
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About the Author:
Lyssa Kay Adams is the pen name of an award-winning journalist who gave up the world of telling true stories to pen emotional romances. She’s also a diehard Detroit Tigers fan who will occasionally cheer for the Red Sox because her husband is from Boston.

Lyssa lives in Michigan with her family and an anxiety-ridden Maltese who steals food and buries it around the house and who will undoubtedly be a character in a future book.

Things Lyssa loves: Baseball pants, mashed potatoes, and that little clicking sound that scissors make on the cutting table at fabric stores.

Things she doesn’t love: Mean people, melting ice cream cones, and finding food in her underwear drawer.

Keep up with Lyssa on Twitter at @LyssaKayAdams. Please note: She mostly tweets about baseball pants and mashed potatoes.

Friday, March 6, 2020

Blog Tour Guest Post ft. Giveaway— I Hate You, Fuller James by Kelly Anne Blount!

I Hate You Fuller James by Kelly Anne Blount
Publication Date: March 2, 2020
Publisher: Entangled Teen Crush

I hate you, Fuller James.

I hate your floppy hair and your lopsided grin and those laughing blue eyes that always seem to be laughing at me.

I hate that you’re the most popular guy in school and I’m still the girl who sneezed and spit out her retainer on someone at a middle school dance. It’s just such a cliché.

I hate that I’m being forced to tutor you in English and keep it a secret from everyone. Because otherwise it might put our basketball team’s chances at winning State in jeopardy, and even though I hate you, I love basketball.

I hate that it seems like you’re keeping a secret from me…and that the more time we spend together, the less I feel like I’m on solid ground. Because I’m starting to realize there’s so much more to you than meets the eye. Underneath it all, you’re real.

But what I hate most is that I really don’t hate you at all.

Guest Post
“He shoots, he scores!” Hudson threw his arms up over his head in celebration.
“Nice shot, Hud.” I ruffled his hair before reaching down and grabbing the small foam basketball from the floor. He’d given me the hoop suctioned to the back of my bedroom door for my last birthday. Due to his condition, we couldn’t hit the court together, but we could shoot hoops in my bedroom.  
Can I ask you a question?” Hudson reached for the ball butheld it in his lap instead of trying for another basket. 
“Sure, buddy. What’s up?” 
He tilted his head up. “Do you like Wren?” 
It felt like the air had suddenly been sucked out of the room. “Ah, um, well.” 
“She’s really nice and she’s a top row smiler.” He shrugged his little shoulders. “Seems like a good fit to me.” 
“You’re right, she is really nice, and she does have a great smile.” Heat spread across my cheeks. He’s so intuitive. How is he only nine years old? 
“So, do you like her or what?” Hudson tossed the ball into the air and caught it with both hands. 
I plucked at a loose thread on the hem of my shirt. “It’s complicated.” 
Hudson shook his head. “That sounds like something adults say when they don’t want to tell the truth.” 
“You’re right.” I chose my next words carefully. “I do like her… I’m just not sure if that’s going to be good enough.” 
Hudson blinked slowly as he processed what I just said. “Why wouldn’t liking her be good enough? Why don’t you just tell her that you like her?” 
“I’ve made some pretty big mistakes and I need to fix those mistakes before I tell her how I feel.” A heavy sensation settled over my chest. 
His eyebrows raised. What kind of mistakes?” 
Knock, knock, knock.
My dad opened the door and popped his head around. “Boys, dinner’s ready.” 
Phew… Saved by the knock. 
“You need to get things straight,” Hudson said as he dunked the ball into the eye-level hoop on the way out of my bedroom. “Wren is like ten bazillion times cooler than Marissa.” 
“You’re right, buddy. I will.” 
“Promise?” He asked.
I wanted nothing more than to set things straight with Wren but doing so would risk everything.
I swallowed the growing lump in my throat. “Promise, buddy.” 
Thank you so much for having me! I hope you all have the chance to check out I HATE YOU, FULLER JAMES! 


Kelly Anne Blount xoxo  
USA TODAY Bestselling Author

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USA Today Bestselling author and Wattpad Star Kelly Anne Blount has more than seventy-three-thousand followers on social media. Her Wattpad stories have been read more than twenty-million times. She’s contributed to Tap, Wattpad’s new app for chat-style stories, where her work has been “tapped” more than fifty-million times. She is a writer and reviewer for SpoilerTV, which has allowed her to develop an incredible network of film and TV stars.

Two of her Wattpad works, including Captured (seventeen-million reads), have been optioned for film by Komixx Entertainment, and she is regularly invited to present seminars about social media at author events.

Stop by any of Kelly’s social-media platforms (@KellyAnneBlount) and stay tuned to this website for announcements and information about upcoming releases and events

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Thursday, March 5, 2020

Brother's best friend/best friend's brother; don't mind if I do...

There's something about reading a good siblings best friend trope that makes me so darn giddy! I'll admit that some just don't work for me at all but I happened to stumble upon two books by Julie Kriss in the Eden Hills series. I'm surprised I even picked it up because I am going to be honest, I'm not a fan of the covers at all. Too cheesy for my tastes. Anyways, I picked them up and LOVED both books. I hope you check it out and see for yourself. Both books are Kindle Unlimited.

Check out what reviewers are saying HERE!


No family. No filter. No morals. Meet my boyfriend.


Everyone knows Dean Madden. He's a bad boy - and my older brother's best friend. The guy you'd never bring home to your parents. His looks are pure sex, and the only fun he knows how to have is the filthy kind.

I've known him for years. No one in their right mind thinks I should date him. But now I've grown up - and everything has changed. I want him, even if it's just for a little while. Until I can't let him go.


I'm not that guy - the relationship guy. I'm the one-and-done guy, or so everyone says. But when Holly bets me she can date me for four weeks, I'm not going to say no. She's grown up gorgeous - and now I've got my chance.

I don't deserve her. It can't get serious. I can't get my feelings involved, because there are things she doesn't know about me. But until it falls to pieces, I can give her the wildest, hottest four weeks of her life....

*This is a full-length standalone with no cheating and an HEA.*

Check out what reviewers are saying HERE!

I hate Jason Carsleigh. Gorgeous, sexy, perfect Jason Carsleigh. He was the golden boy in high school - the one every girl dreamed about. Except me. I have my reasons.

He owes me big, so I’m calling in a favor. I need Jason as my date for my ex’s wedding. Simple - wear a suit, look hot, and pretend he likes me. That’s it. Then I’m done with him forever.

I’m not going to tell him my secrets. I’m not going to see the not-so-golden side no one else gets to see. I’m not going to fall for him. And I’m definitely not going to rip that sexy suit off him and do every dirty thing imaginable.

But every time I get close to Jason Carsleigh, I get in trouble.

One wedding. How bad can it be?

Note: Bad Wedding features some of the same characters as Bad Boyfriend, but can be read entirely as a standalone, with no cliffhanger, no cheating, and an HEA.

Also by Julie Kriss:
Bad Boyfriend: www.amazon.com/dp/B01DS8E6GY
Break Me: A Stepbrother Romance: www.amazon.com/dp/B0189LNS4Q
Play Hard: A Stepbrother Romance: www.amazon.com/dp/B01AIXIMLM
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