Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Bad For You by Caia Fox and Alana Hart Review



They could save each other ... or go down in flames. 

A haunted man... 

Wilson Caldwell would give anything to go back and change that terrible night. But he can't, so when things get too bad, he dulls the pain with booze and women. He doesn't think he'll ever settle down ... until he starts to see his assistant, Corinna, in a whole new light. 

A loyal woman... 

Corinna doesn't know what caused her billionaire boss's self-destructive tendencies, but part of her job is putting her foot down when his antics get out of hand. She admires the intelligence and kindness beneath his pain, and can't help dreaming of what might be. But she knows better than to think a man like Wilson could ever fall for a girl from the wrong side of the tracks. 

A dangerous ruse 

When Wilson's mother tries to get him back together with his jealous ex, Corinna finds herself pressed into service as her boss's fake fiancĂ©e. Their charade ignites a very real passion between them ... but can Corinna heal the hole in Wilson's heart? Or will the darkness of his past destroy them both? 

**Bad for You is a sexy billionaire romance. No cliffhanger, no cheating, HEA!**

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My Review:
    I enjoyed this book from a romance standpoint. Overall, I don't know if it is just my taste preference or what have you, but I just couldn't get into this book. It wasn't really bad, I just felt the characters could have been more fleshed out. The whole thing just seemed really forced and really fake. It was entertaining, but there really wasn't any meat to it. This was more of a secretary with unrequited love for her boss, who can't see past his booze infused orgy to notice her, followed by one day he wakes up and Cupid has taken over and now he magically can't live without her. There really was nothing to show why he should choose her, why he is really attracted to her, why she is attracted to him. There is plenty to show why she has some hero worship going on since he has saved her from her beginnings and helps take care of her mom, but nothing to show why her. I felt there was a lot more this story could have uncovered and I didn't feel that I got it.