NO GOOD (Dayton #2) by Stevie J. Cole & LP Lovell
Release Date: October 16th
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He was the reprobate king of Dayton high. I was the bitter princess cast out of my kingdom. And we were at war.
It started off with a lie, and a one-night stand gone terribly wrong. Although I knew nothing good would come from my encounter with Bellamy West, the small town’s gorgeous bad boy, I didn’t expect him to throw jet fuel onto the already flaming wreckage of my life. Then step back with a sexy smirk on his face to watch me burn.
And burn I did…
He got me fired.
I got him arrested.
We were enemies until we weren’t. Until one touch went too far, and I found myself craving each dirty word. Every filthy promise.
Bellamy West was no good, and I wanted to be bad.
Screw falling for Prince Charming, I wrote my love story with the villain.
And for that, I paid…
HOLY COW! I barely have words! This is a not-to-be-missed, absolutely fantastic story. I loved the first book in the series and this one is just as good. It has Bellamy front and center with his drug dealing, car stealing, party pals Hendrix and Wolf at his side. This group of guys are the hot bad boys of Dayton. The poverty ridden bad side of town with its dilapidated buildings, crime on every corner and no way out. The high school should have metal detectors but no one cares or has the money. Of course, the bad boys rule the school with violence. So arrogant and sexy! The flip side is the affluent Barrington with its million dollar mansions, country clubs and kids that use money like water. A better rivalry cannot be found among the pages. It’s rich against poor, violence against dollars, and the teens either fighting or having sex. When Barrington newcomer, Drew, ends up at Dayton it’s game on when she goes against Bellamy. It’s hot and funny and perfect. He stakes his claim and it’s the best hate/love to grace the pages in this must read. There’s so much to this story…a beautiful, emotional romance, heartbreak on both sides as Bell and Drew deal with their parents, the fabulous friendship between the guys, and the best youngster in Arlo, Bell’s little brother. I did miss Zepp, Hendrix’s brother, and Monroe from the first book. The writing was perfection, the characters fabulous, the romance hot and the ending beautiful. Bellamy and Drew are two of my favorite young lovers with their slow burn to love and white hot hate/love relationship. So many laughs as these two try to get the upper hand, Hendrix’s off the wall looniness, Arlo’s kid perspective and the rivalry between the two sides of town. On the flip side there’s tons of anguish, heartbreak and drama as the Dayton kids try to overcome their sad existence and Drew deals with a lonely life with absent parents and a new town. The mix of humor, emotions and romance is outstanding. I can’t wait for the next installment in this superb series. Will it be Hendrix or Wolf? No matter, I’m up for either!
About Stevie J. Cole:
Stevie J. Cole likes to write realistic stories with raw, gritty characters you should hate but can’t help but to love.
She’s obsessed with rock music, loves sloths, and has an unnatural obsession with British accents.
Her books are not recommended for the faint of heart.
About LP Lovell:
Lauren Lovell is a ginger from England.
She suffers from a total lack of brain to mouth filter and is the friend you have to explain before you introduce her to anyone, and apologise for afterwards.
Lauren loves a mildly…or not so mildly psychopathic hero, and a dark, twisted tale.
If you like like your boys very very bad, then hop on in.
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