Title: Bad Boyfriend 2nd edition
Series: Bad in Baltimore #2
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Cover Artist: Kanaxa
Publication Date: February 20, 2018
Length: 272 pages
Reviewed by Jenn
Causing trouble has never been more fun.
Eli Wright doesn’t follow anyone’s rules. When he was seventeen, his parents threw him out of the house for being gay. He’s been making his own way for the past five years and he’s not about to change himself for anyone’s expectations. For now, romance can wait. There are plenty of hot guys to keep him entertained until he finds someone special.
Quinn Maloney kept the peace and his closeted boyfriend’s secrets for ten years. One morning he got a hell of a wake-up along with his coffee. Not only did the boyfriend cheat on him, but he’s marrying the girl he knocked up. Inviting Quinn to the baby’s baptism is the last straw. Quinn’s had enough of gritting his teeth to play nice. His former boyfriend is in for a rude awakening, because Quinn’s not going to sit quietly on the sidelines. In fact, he has the perfect scheme, and he just needs to convince the much younger, eyeliner-wearing guy who winks at him in a bar to help him out.
Eli’s deception is a little too good, and soon he has everyone believing they’re madly in love. In fact, he’s almost got Quinn believing it himself….
This book was one I’d be waiting for because I really enjoyed Bad Company, book one. You don’t have to have read book one to read Bad Boyfriend.
Quinn Maloney has been living with a closeted man for 10 years. One morning Peter not only tells him that he’s ending it, but he’s marrying the pregnant woman he cheated on him with. Quinn is shocked and angry and has to let go of 10 years worth of history. The worst part is that he is so close to Peter’s family, his brother is his best friend. What looks like the end of the world to Quinn, I see as his best chance yet. Quinn has been living in a world of gray and needs some color! In walks color in the form of Eli Wright.
Eli Wright is almost 23, he’s been on his own since he was 17. His parents threw him out when they found out he was gay. Eli appears to be all about a good time when Quinn meets him one night at a club. What starts off as some flirting and Quinn intending to take the obviously gay Eli to Peter’s child’s baptism....becomes a lot more very quickly. When a man who has been living behind closed doors for so long gets a taste of how good it can be, faking a date is no longer enough.
I loved Quinn and Eli’s interactions from the beginning, I don’t think either was expecting so much heat between them. This book is funny and definitely has some drama, the sex is very hot! A really good read and I always love seeing characters from previous books pop in.
Sexy Daddy and younger guy with a fun/little angsty story
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