Review: Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein

Posted May 22, 2015 in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

Review: Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa BursteinMia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein
Series: Backstage Pass #2
Also in this series: Aimee and the Heartthrob
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Young Adult
Published by Crush, Entangled on May 19, 2015
Pages: 181
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher
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This good girl's about to meet her match...

Ryder Brooks is living the dream-he's famous, loved by millions of girls, and miserable. All he really wants is to write his own music, not Seconds to Juliet's sugary sweet pop. In order to do that, though, the "bad boy" of the band will have to play by the rules. And that includes behaving with his new-and super cute-über-good-girl tutor.

Mia Reyes is in fangirl heaven. Tutoring her favorite member of her favorite band? It's a dream come true...until it turns into a complete nightmare. Ryder is nothing like she thought. He's crude, arrogant, and pretty much a total jerk. And the worst part? She's roped into pretending to be his girlfriend so that no one finds out he's being tutored. Fake kisses, plenty of PDA, and even sharing his hotel room...

But sometimes even the baddest of bad boys needs a little redemption.

 

So What Did I Think Of Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein?

I was very interested in reading Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein and getting to know more about Ryder, especially after being introduced to him in Aimee and the Heartthrob by Ophelia London.

Mia and Ryder had this opposites attract / hate to love romance that was super sexy with a very nice chemistry that built and grew the more they learned about each other and opened themselves up to a relationship. I really liked that there was such great snark between Mia and Ryder and I was pulled into their story.

I found the drama that they both had to deal with interesting. Ryder having this secret that he wanted to keep buried and Mia fighting to support her future. Both of them had their plan at what they needed to do but the relationship that unknowingly formed threw them for a loop.

I was very curious to see how they would deal with Ryder’s secret and fame as well as Mia’s reservations and plans. I thought they did well facing all of their issues, granted it took them a bit of time to get it together especially Ryder but they did. Overall Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein was a nice romance that I ended up really liking.

3.5 Stars

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