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Good Girl Gone Bad

Dirty Debts, Book 1
Written by: Carmen Falcone
Narrated by: Jeremy York
Series: Dirty Debts
Length: 6 hrs and 10 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Lily has always lived up to her preacher father’s expectations of how she should behave, but all that changes when a hot stranger walks in to her hair salon and a feral need to have him takes over her common sense. On a whim, she screws him in the supply room, caving to a desire that only grows with each kiss.

When she learns he’s the billionaire alpha who wants to boot her out of her business for the sake of his own, she’s livid. But the pulse between her legs never got the memo. Things heat up even more when he offers her a naughty proposal that’s going to make this good girl stop thinking twice about being bad…

©2018 Carmen Falcone. (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved. This edition is made possible under a license arrangement with Entangled Publishing, Inc.

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  • 27-12-19

Should be shelved under erotica

This is marked as Chicklit but really belongs on the erotica shelf.

There is very little plot to this book. Story: hairdresser agrees to have sex with and pretend to be a guy's fiancee so that he'll pay off her debts and let her keep her salon. That's pretty much it.

I didn't find either of the characters likeable. It is mentioned several times that Lily isn't a gold digger but she has just sold her body and agreed to lie to both her own mother and Marco's grandmother in order to get her debts paid off. Erm... seems pretty mercenary to me. Marco's angst over his mother's suicide didn't ring true for me, neither did his insecurity after an earlier woman walked out on him. All in all, it felt like a weak attempt at a plot to hang the constant sex scenes off.

Without connecting with either character, it was difficult to feel the heat in their relationship. Not for me and, as I say, probably should have been shelved under erotica rather than fiction.