Review: The Bad Boy Wants Me by Georgia Le Carre and Laura Jack

The Bad Boy Wants MeTitle: The Bad Boy Wants Me
Author: Georgia Le Carre and Laura Jack
Rating: 5 stars
Genres: Contemporary Romance


Cash Hunter is the sexiest bad boy Brit on the planet!

Yeah, he’s famous, tattooed, and ridiculously hunk-a-licious, but he’s also filthy-mouthed, cocky, crude, and a dyed in the wool womanizer.

And now he wants me! I’ve said, no, constantly, but apparently he doesn’t take no for an answer. Everywhere I turn he seems to be around with those smoldering hot, seductive green eyes.
OMG, the air is crackling with sexual chemistry and I don’t know how long I can resist.


In my world, girls don’t say no. Everybody wants a piece of Cash Hunter. It’s use and get used, and it suits me just fine.

But all Tori Diamond gives me is sass, and fucking more sass. I’m a player, I don’t chase pussy, but damn if I can’t stop thinking about that fiesty, wildcat beauty. She turns me on so fucking bad it hurts. Fine. She’s a challenge but I’m game.
She can pretend to resist me as much as she likes. We both know that act won’t last.

First, I’ll make her beg for me, then I’ll make her mine…

My Review:
Fun, flirty, sexy, and sweet … this book was utterly addictive from the first word to the last.

I’m a big fan of rock star romances and I wanted to devour this book from the minute I read that enticing blurb.

Cash presents as your typical bad boy rockstar at the start: Loud, mouthy, dirty, arrogant, obnoxious, pretentious, and full of his own self-importance. However, as Tori (and the reader) begin to peel back the layers, we realize there is a lot more going on in Cash Hunter’s head than we were originally lead to believe. Frustrated with certain aspects of his career and his lifestyle, he actually craves normality.

I loved his family set-up and how loyal and supportive he was to his father and his sister. That was a lovely side to his personality. Poor Britney – she was such a lost soul and my heart bled for her.

Tori was a mass of tormented conflict and I loved that about her personality. Underneath it all, she has a heart of gold, but her obsession with Cash has played havoc with her life. Determined to deal with it once and for all, she took the job as assistant to Britney in an attempt to get over him. What actually happens is that she falls for him as he does for her. I loved how their relationship developed and how they both gradually opened up to one another. The banter between the two of them was hysterically funny and there were plenty of laugh-out-loud moments.

When they finally get it together, their chemistry was sizzling hot and I totally shipped them.

But, of course, it doesn’t take a genius to work out that trouble is waiting in the wings. Tori has kept her fangirl obsessive past a secret and you just know it’s going to come back to bite her in a major way. When it all exploded, I thought my heart would break for both of them. One of the things I loved the most about this book was how it wasn’t immediately resolved. They had a lengthy separation which was credible because the trust was broken. Often, I find in similar books, the conflict is brushed over far too quickly and it takes away from the authenticity of the story. Not in this book. The authors handled it perfectly.

I also loved the future scenes at the end and they were amazing to read.

I really enjoyed the author’s writing style and the book flowed perfectly. I didn’t skim a thing. It was very well executed.

All in all, this was a superb read and I highly recommend it to fans of rock star or bad boy romance.

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