He’s hot, wild, unpredictable, untamable, and her best friend’s older brother.
Colton Brody is everything a good girl like Phoebe Page should avoid. But since her sister Kelly’s death, Phoebe isn’t as worried about being good as she used to be. She wants to live big with no regrets, the way Kelly did, and she intends to start with having a top secret, super steamy, no-strings-attached holiday fling with the man she’s crushed on her entire life.
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 is in control.
At least until a certain sexy brunette turns his world upside down.
It isn’t long before Colton finds himself buying flowers, talking feelings, and wishing Phoebe wanted more than another night of hot, no-holds-barred sex. Because when he’s with Phoebe even hot and dirty feels like making love.
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.
Good Girl Vs. Bad Boy was a funny quick read that will have you wanting a pair of humping unicorn pajamas of your own. Read the book, trust me you will want some.
Colt and Phoebe from the very start will have you laughing out loud more than once. Colt was injured and discharged from the Marines, and he has been working his ass off to go back active duty, he wants that more than anything else. That is until he rescues Phoebe dangling outside of her house. Phoebe has had a crush on Colt since they were little but he never once saw her that way. She doesn’t want a relationship, she knows that Colt doesn’t do them so if she can get a piece of him for a time then she will make due. Between turkey bowling, sort of creepy traditions that the small town they are from has, and just time spent together these two quickly move into something more.
I was able to read this one in a couple of hours so it is great for a weekend read. I am curious to read about the rest Colt’s brothers because I have a feeling that they will be as funny, if not more than Good Girl Vs. Bad Boy.
She's married to the man of her dreams, and together they're raising a few adorable, mischievous children in a cottage in the jungle. She grew up in rural Arkansas, spending summers running wild, being chewed by chiggers, and now appreciates her home in a chigger-free part of the world even more.
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