My Week With The Bad Boy By Brooke Cumberland and Lyra Parish
Genre: Romance/ Contemporary Romance/ New Adult
Release Date: November 2nd
*Arc kindly provided by author *
Every time Brooke Cumberland and Lyra Parish write a book, whether by their real names or under Kennedy Fox I HAVE TO HAVE IT. They literally are co-writer goals and they must put some magic into their pages because they never disappoint!
My Week with the Bad Boy is a funny, smart witted and sexy read that brings out the emotion, it will have you from the first words written in the first chapter. Vada and Ethan’s relationship is everything expected and more
Vada is a young woman with trust issues, who also happens to be romance writer from Chicago looking for inspiration to finish her current book when she rents a cottage in Charleston owned by mysterious E. Rochester.
Ethan is an artist making pottery in the tower of his house, renting out the cottage on his property often to tourists. He’s a loner with a crazy aunt, and one main rule: No fucking in his bed, and one nights only
The definition of opposites attract, When they meet Vada and Ethan are everything they expect the other to be: An uptight city girl & a bad boy. But as they spend time together on Vada’s trip, they learn that nothing is ever what it seems.
Their relationship is sweet with funny romantic banter. Vada calls Ethan on his shit, and Ethan gets Vada to open up and let loose a little to enjoy her life. They become more to each other than ever expected.
A week definitely wasn’t enough for Vada, and it wasn’t enough for me either! I devoured this book in less than 24 hours and I’m so happy I had the chance to read and review this book. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a steamy-sweet read between some hot neighbors 😉
Never trust a man who answers the front door wearing nothing more than a pair of low-cut jeans and a panty-melting smirk.
That should’ve been my first sign.
I write about guys just like him for a living–sexy and charming, yet reluctant to get into a serious relationship. His body screams sex appeal, but his condescending personality makes him a classic f*ckboy.
And I want nothing to do with that.
Writing romance novels comes with its perks–traveling, meeting new people, creating characters from the voices in my head–but Ethan Rochester enters my life and rearranges all my preconceived notions about writing what inspires you.
One week is all it took. One week to realize that not everything is as it seems.
One week with the bad boy, and I wanted more.