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    3.5 Stars - Good Overall

    This was good overall. I liked the ending more than the beginning. Thank you NetGalley and the publisher for providing me a copy in exchange for a honest review. I'm giving this 3.5 out of 5 stars. So this one started a little slow for me, and I wasn't sure about it. But the more I read, the more I enjoyed it. I think it just took me a while to get in sync with the characters. I liked Darcy a lot. Reed had some jerk moments, but I get where he was coming from. And the man he is by the end of the book is amazing. I thought this would be a little more focused on the Bad Bachelor app; it's very present in the pages, but it was mostly in the background with Reed dealing with the aftereffects of it. This isn't an online dating book, if that's what you're looking for. We saw other characters that I enjoyed a lot (Remi, Reed's dad, Darcy's mom and sister, etc.), but most of the focus was on the couple. I wish I'd gotten to know a little more about these side characters. Although we did get to know the families a fair amount more than the friends. I see there's another book coming in the series about one of the friends, so yay. This is the first book I've read by this author, so I'll have to see what else she's written.
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    Loved it

    Fun concept and enjoyable characters. Already picked up the next one!
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    Seductive, sweet, and sexy!

    Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything she reads when it comes to the successful, suave, Reed McMahon. The writing style is whimsical and clever. The characterization is spot on, with an incredible cast of characters who are quirky, charming, loveable, and fun. And the plot is a well crafted, amusing blend of drama, emotion, playful banter, exquisite tension, touching moments, steamy chemistry, and smoldering romance. Bad Bachelor is undeniably an entertaining, lighthearted, humorous read that I thoroughly enjoyed and is without a doubt a fantastic way to kick off this new series!
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    ...being BAD is the beginning of something good.

    Vulnerability makes one an easy target for hurt. Yet, it's in the most vulnerable moments that we truly find our strength. Ms. London takes that wisdom and pens a multipurpose heartbreaker Bad Bachelor finds humour in some dark places, but it takes aim at more than the libido and the funny bone. Reed and Darcy speak to the heart. Their's is a journey of insecurities, prejudgments and disappointments that have conditioned them into the hard cases they've become. A ridiculous app and a little community service are a nuisance for the tattooed librarian with a chip on her shoulder and the heartbreaker playboy with a rep for being bad. Maybe being BAD is the beginning of something good.
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    Bad Bachelor

    A fast read of young people in New York city. Darcy a librarian and Reed a PR person for a large firm in N.Y. They meet and of course do not get along. SHE HAS tats and he is upper scale. THEY have their problems. Good
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