Let the battle of the sexes begin… He’s hot, wild, unpredictable, untamable, and her best friend’s older brother.
What could go wrong?
Wounded in action and discharged without a chance to prove himself, all Colton cares about is getting back into the Marine Corps where he belongs. He will not get sucked into small town drama, will not take that promotion at the firehouse, and certainly won’t fall in love with his little sister’s best friend. He’s down for friends-with-benefits, nothing more, and plans to leave town long before quirky, bossy, cute-as-a-button Phoebe can get under his skin.
He’s in control.
At least until a certain sexy brunette turns his world upside down.
Now Colton will have to decide what’s worth fighting for–the dreams a plane crash stole from him or the dream he’s holding in his arms.
WARNING: Good Girl vs. Bad Boy contains a mix of heart-warming romance, quirky characters, laugh out loud moments, and blisteringly hot banging. If you don’t like hot sex, laughter, mentions of humping unicorns, turkey bowling, off-beat town rituals, or graphic descriptions of artisanal pancakes, steer clear.
A DEE REVIEW
If there’s someone that needs to be wrapped in bubble wrap, that’s Phoebe Page. The girl has the worst luck in the world. If someone is destined to die by slipping in the tub, it’s her. From silly things, as getting caught doing her lady business in the woods by her crush. To some how ending up pantless in her granny panties, falling over her said crush, she can not catch a break.
And who is this oh so dreamy crush? Colton Brody, her best-friends brother and wounded warrior. He’s a man with a reputation. But he’s also a man destined to prove his injury is not a handicap and is set on getting back to the Marines. In the mean time, even with his bionic prosthetic leg, he is a fireman. And they wonder why we fall for the bad boys, huh?
It took one look after 10 years for the world to fall around them. Their connection was magnetic and tasty. And you know what I found myself thinking through the book? The book should have been called Bad Girl vs Good Boy.
Not that Phoebe is actually bad. I just loved the fact that on paper she’s a good girl, but she’s also bossy, daring, and bad-ass. Which Colton obviously eats up. Because for a man whoses sole interest is to be a Marine, he quickly felt possessive over her.
Now the question ends up being, does he still want to be a Marine after being reunited with the woman that he needs to keep constantly saving from breaking her neck?
Here’s the thing about reading a Jessie Evans book, she doesn’t just give you a single story. She gives you an entire incredible town, filled with possibilities of stories to come. Towns that you wished were real, and would move to them in an instant. Lover’s Leap, is not just a location, it is a character on its own.
Good Girl vs Bad Boy is the first installment from Jessie’s new Brody Brother’s book series. And I already can’t wait for book two! Which is going to be Tucker.
Now, let’s get down to serious business here. It’s no secret I’m a huge fan of Jessie. Her writing style just makes my fan girl happy and always leaves me wanting more. I have been after her to write me into one of her stories. Just ask her, she’ll probably roll her eyes and agree 😂. And although she hasn’t confirmed it, I think my loving persuasion (ok, more like annoying the living day lights out of her) has paid off! The youngest Brody sibling, Daisy, is totally inspired by me. I’m serious you guys! As I was reading her, I kept laughing because she just reminds me, of me. And then this happened:
Right? Right? Totally me! I AM THE HAPPIEST MERMAID EVER!
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