Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Resisting the Bad Boy by Gabi Moore ~ Review



Title: Resisting the Bad Boy

Author: Gabi Moore
Genre: New Adult, Contemporary Romance
Length: 238 pages
Publisher: Indie
Release Date: February 16, 2016
Source: Review Request
Rating: 4
Heat Rating: 4
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

He was everything I thought I didn't need...

WARNING: This book contains dark and disturbing themes, strong language and over the top sexiness that may be uncomfortable for some readers!

Living the wild life, bad girl Nyx was all about sex, drugs and running wild. That is until one fateful night when a car accident killed both her parents and left her in the care of her controlling aunt. Nyx wakes up to the cold, sobering new reality: she needs to clean up her act.

She’s accepted at Blackworth’s, an exclusive theatre college in London where she’ll learn to do set design for the country’s best stage productions. But the only condition?

She’ll have to behave.

When hot, unpredictable Adam Morgan enters the scene, Nyx is more than a little tempted, and realizes that being good is going to be a little harder than she first thought. Bored with staying on the sidelines, and unable to resist this actor’s dark charisma, Nyx soon finds herself falling fast into an exciting world where pleasure, chaos and magic reign supreme.

Adam Morgan is a bad influence, no doubt about it. But he might also be just the bad influence she needs…
Nyx is a problem child, but she's trying to turn her life around. That means digging in and being responsible, following her aunt's directions or she's cut off for good. She's living her dream and attending theater school, but one bad boy may screw everything up for her.

Adam Morgan, she's been warned about him, but she just can't resist. The lead actor challenges her to expand her mind and her experiences. They experiment with mind games and acting out some pretty hot scenes. But in the long run, she's forced to make a decision between following her heart or following the rules.

This is a bit dark at times - and I love the way the story parallels the play they are producing. It was done very well and added an extra layer that I found very enjoyable.

**I voluntarily read a review copy of this book**

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