Make Me Bad by R.S. Grey
Narrated by Jason Clarke and Luci Christian
Standalone Romantic Comedy
Make Me Bad was my first R.S. Grey book, and I have to say I am disappointed in you guys! Why has nobody told me that R.S. Grey writes the kind of fun, feel-good, sexy, angst-free romance that I love?
“Please make this next year more exciting than the last twenty-five.”
Madison is a 25-year-old children’s librarian who still lives at home with her overprotective cop dad and brother. They live in a small town, and Madison is very inexperienced. Ben Rosenberg is from the rich side of town and half the town is owned by his family. He was a little shit in high school, so Madison’s dad warns her away from him.
After having a pretty unique meet-cute, the two are thrust together again when Ben works at the library to serve some community service. As their friendship grows, Madison enlists Ben to help her learn how to live a little.
“Did I say I wanted to be bad? No, no. I just want to be less good. There’s a difference. I want to return my library books late, play hooky at work, sneak into a double feature at the movie theater.”
- Slow-burn romance.
- Lots of great banter.
- Left me feeling good.
- Laughed out loud several times.
- It’s a standalone.
- Felt a little like a YA novel because she was so innocent and still lived at home.
- Not very memorable.
I loved both narrators and thought that they made the book even better. They were both perfect for the part.
The Down & Dirty:
Rating: 4.25 Stars, 4 Heat, 5 Narration
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