Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Title: A Bad Boy Is Good To Find
Author: Jennifer Lewis
Rating: 3 Shooting Stars

A Bad Boy is Good to Find begins the way most romances end, with kisses, caresses and professions of love. But when New York heiress Lizzie Hathaway finds out the man of her dreams is only after her money—which her father just lost in a publicized scandal—she knocks him unconscious with a champagne bottle, and runs off.

Conroy Beale may be a little wayward, but he’s not heartless. When his quiet, studious Lizzie goes on a dangerous partying binge, he tracks her down, kidnaps her, and forces her to dry out. Lizzie wants revenge on everyone, including Con, and he reluctantly agrees to go along with her scheme to exploit her unwelcome notoriety for money.

Her plan explodes in her face when she drags Con and a camera crew back to the Louisiana swamp he’s been running from all his life. Now Con must confront the pain he tried to escape, Lizzie fights feelings that don’t follow any script, and there’s that troublesome attraction that threatens to boil the bayou…

Review Copy

This book starts out with Lizzie telling her parents she's getting married. They do not approve of her marriage, but things go south when she finds out her father lost all of there money and may be going to prison. Now when Lizzie goes home to tell her fiance Con, things go from bad to worse when she learns somethings about him she never would have thought possible.

Now with Lizzie's life in shambles, Con feels guilty so he tries to do what he can to help her out. Things get all kinds of messed up with Lizzie comes up with a scheme to get money for her and Con. And Con just goes along with her because he feels guilty.

I have to be honest, I didn't really like the hero, or the heroine at all. It made me dislike the story some as well. I really didn't start to like it till about eighty percent into the book. Then I actually liked what was going on. And I really enjoyed the ending it was sweet! So over all I would say the book was okay. It has an interesting plot line, but I just wasn't feeling it was for me.

by Whitney Martin 11:56 AM 2 comments


  1. That's a smexy cover, but it doesn't sound like the book is the greatest, which is unfortunate. Thanks for sharing your review!

    Laureen @ Ms. Bibliophile.

    1. Thanks for stopping by! I wasn't overly impressed with it. It was a slight disappointment. :)


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