Monday 23 April 2018


Good Girl Gone Bad
Dirty Debts #1
By Carmen Falcone
Releasing April 16th, 2018
Entangled Publishing

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…

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In Good Girl Gone Bad (Dirty Debts #1) by Carmen Falcone, Lily should have known the stranger she had sex with in her salon's supply room was too good to be true, especially when he's looking to take her business away from her. However, when he comes to her with an offer, she knows she shouldn't refuse when it means she can save her business and have a month's worth of her handsome stranger's time in and out of the bedroom. Will Lily be able to convince Marco to give happy ever after a shot or will they both walk away when the terms of their agreement have been met?

I always enjoy this author's stories and I've got to say that Good Girl Gone Bad was a very entertaining read that was sexy and addictive because of Marco, the deliciously hot Alpha hero. Really, the way this story started had me reading quickly, determined to discover what Lily's reaction would be once she learns the hero's identity. Yet, it was from the moment the hero's proposition is made where things really get interesting, as he has quite the offer for her. Will she benefit just as much from the offer as he will?

Both the main characters were fantastic and I liked every moment they converse, as the heroine isn't afraid to challenge the hero to get him to open up. Will Lily be able to help the hero heal from his past? Will Lily be able to help the hero heal the strained relationship  he has with his father? Can Lily and Marco convince everyone that their relationship is real when they both know it's fake? Moreover, both the main characters back stories were intriguing and I couldn't help but feel sorry for the hero, as he's filled with guilt over what happened to his mother. While the heroine, she's grown up the good girl in being a preacher's daughter and someone that would never accept such a daring proposition as to what Marco has proposed. Yet, there's something about Marco that drives her to be bold and daring and do something outside of her comfort zone, which makes her resilient and courageous.

Overall, Ms. Falcone has delivered a really good read in this book where the chemistry between this couple was heady and convincing; the romance was steamy because the hero loves control; and the ending had me loving the hero's determination to make things right with the heroine, especially once he realizes how much the heroine means to him. I would recommend Good Girl Gone Bad by Carmen Falcone, if you enjoy the opposites attract trope, the fake relationship trope, or books by authors Naima Simone, Amy Andrews, Tessa Bailey and Samanthe Beck.

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