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Bad Bachelor (Bad Bachelors #1) by Stefanie London


3.5 Stars

After the wedding that never was, Darcy Greer is hesitant to start dating again. Luckily for her, she discovers a new dating website that rates the men in New York with how relationship worthy they are.

Reed McMahon has no interest in the Bad Bachelors website… until he starts getting more and more bad reviews. He has never been anything but honest with the women he has been with about his desire to steer clear of relationships. But, when all the negative attention starts to affect his career, his decision to wait for it all to blow over is getting less and less feasible.

Darcy and Reed couldn’t be more different. She is smart mouthed, tattooed and most comfortable in her combat boots. He lives in his suit and dines at the fanciest restaurants in NYC. But, even with his bad reviews, there is something about Reed that Darcy just can’t stay away from…


Darcy is wary of Reed and the type of man he represents. Having been burned in the past, she figures using a tool like the Bad Bachelors website couldn’t hurt. But, when none of the guys who look good on paper do much to spark her interest, she finds her thoughts being drawn right back to the man who seems like the worst candidate by far.

Reed has never had the desire for a long term relationship, and he’s never been anything but transparent in his decision either. So when he starts getting so many bad reviews, he can’t quite comprehend where they are all coming from. Darcy is someone he never saw coming. She is completely opposite from any woman he has ever dated, but there’s something about their verbal sparring that keeps him coming back for more.

This was a good read. I loved Darcy and Reed’s banter and how much they open up to each other when they are so closed off to everyone else. Recognizing their similarities even though they are buried deep, they both take a while to realize how perfect they can be for each other.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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