I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Melissa Foster
Released: March 21 2018
Series: Bad Boys After Dark #4
Published by Self Published
“This book felt more like a hook-up fling rather than one that will take you down the aisle.”
~ Under the Covers
BRETT is the last Bad sibling in this series to get his book and unfortunately, this was my least favorite book in the series. I have enjoyed all the other heroes in this series, but I really didn’t find Brett Bad attractive. He was far too cocky and borderline pushy for me and that really made me step back from his character instead of fall in love with him. In fact, there were numerous times in the story where the heroine, Sophie, feels like he is too much also. Cockiness is a huge turn-off for me. A lot of his lines, especially at the beginning of the book, were gross to me. And just when I thought he would be a gentleman, he turns into a he-man again. It just didn’t work for me.
However, if you can handle Brett’s intensity, then you may still enjoy this book. I liked Sophie, like I said, and Foster’s actual writing isn’t bad. Because of Brett’s intense personality, the sex scenes are intense as well. But to me, this book felt more like a hook-up fling rather than one that will take you down the aisle.
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