Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Bad Boyfriend by K.A. Mitchell


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….

Second Edition
First Edition published by Samhain Publishers Inc., December 2011.


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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Kris☆☆☆☆☆
5 "fake boyfriend turned real" stars!

This book had it all, great characters, action, lots of steamy scenes, good confrontations, and conflict. I really liked Quinn and Eli's Daddy/boy dynamic as it was very consensual and not over the top. Age play can be tricky and since Eli is 23, he's not too young but he is 10 years younger than Quinn. It was done well in my opinion and Eli was enjoying himself. Quinn's (deep in the closest) ex-boyfriend, Peter, is the man you love to hate! Eli with his opinionated mouth gives us perfect drama and gives Peter a verbal beat down when needed.

I'm going back to read Kellen and Nate's story in the first of the series because I enjoyed these two even though they were not the main characters of the story.


Angie☆☆☆☆☆
I didn't read the first book but I didn't feel like I was missing anything. Let me start off by saying that Peter is a total jerk-face a-hole!!! I loved Quinn instantly and I cried early on in the book. Did I say Peter was a jerk-face a-hole? When Peter does the unimaginable, Quinn needs a date. Eli is a breath of fresh air with a crappy past. Quinn and Eli have such hot chemistry I am shocked my Kindle didn't catch on fire. This was a good story with a little drama and angst. My only complaint is it ended abruptly. I thought a few more chapters or even an epilogue to explain what happened at Thanksgiving and what the aftermath was would have given the reader closure.



K.A. usually just checks in for her mail as she's rarely in the real world. Her imaginary friends are so much fun to hang with. They're more interesting than she is to talk to, too. Feel free to email her with questions about them. If she has anything to say, she usually says it on Twitter. K.A. loves the amazing escapes fiction provides. In the real world, she lives with her wife in upstate NY and is grateful for all the stories in her head.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Bad Boyfriend (Bad in Baltimore #2) by K.A. Mitchell to read and review.

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