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    Fun read

    This sweet romance was cute and fun to read. Melody Bryant is the town good girl and she's sick of it. Sure she may be a librarian and likes her world orderly and neat but that doesn't mean she doesn't want to have a little fun. Being a twenty four year old virgin with no prospects in sight has her coming up with a crazy plan. Adam Foster may be her best friends brother but he's still the only guy who has ever tempted her. After turning down her advances in the past he owes her so who better than Adam to teach her everything she needs to know about seducing a man? Let the fun times begin! I highly recommend this one.
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    Cute and fun

    While there are a lot of stereotypes/tropes covered here, I felt like Douglass handled it well.  While there isn't anything new, what we are given is well written - with likeable characters and an enjoyable storyline.  My only complaint is that we didn't get to see their interactions as a couple.  We got the back and forth of them getting together, the stress over being together, and what happens afterward.  But we didn't get to see them actually being together, in order to get that warm & fuzzy about their coupleness.  Instead we spend most of the book in their heads.  And I liked them so much from those peeks at their thoughts that I really wanted that.  Overall, though, a good read and I'm looking forward to seeing what Douglass has in store for Melody's brother & her best friend.   **Review given honestly and freely after receipt of a reader copy. This opinion is completely my own and was not influenced in any way.**
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    3.5⭐ A quick, easy and sweet story.

    How to Seduce a Bad Boy was a quick, easy to read, sweet story. That although a little predictable did draw me in and keep me engaged throughout. Not to mention the characters were likable particularly Adam. Who although not really a bad boy was charming and clearly felt something for the quirky, if a little annoying Melody. And I did enjoy the romance that developed between them, and I'm sure others will too. **I was kindly provided with an ARC by Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review**
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    Such a cute and inspiring story!

    Such a cute and inspiring story! While the premise of the book was about Mel changing who she was in order to "land a man," I liked how Adam also morphed into the man he became by the end of the book. Mel and Adam were each self-deprecating enough to be believable. Because, hey, who doesn't acknowledge their own flaws? I admired Adam's devotion to his friends and family, and I really felt for him being caught having to decide between what was best for him and what everyone else expected of him. I also admired Mel's bravery at wanting to do a 180 with her life. Her excitement and apprehension along the way were wonderful to read! On a side note, the internal monologues of Mel and Adam, respectively, about how wrong they were for each other or how they couldn't be together, etc. got a tad exhausting at times, repeated too often and a bit overkill, in my opinion. But, the repetition certainly did its job in the final part of the book leading up to Mel's birthday party. I was an emotional wreck dying to see what happened and how Mel and Adam resolved everything! No spoilers here! This was the first book of Traci's I've read, and I really did enjoy this clean romance! I am VERY much looking forward to reading what I hope is the next book about James and Lilly! (I was given this book in consideration of my honest thoughts)
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    sweet one

    Sweet story about falling in love for brother best friend. After another disaster date Melody decides to make a change and that the one who will help with changes will be her teenage crush and her brother best friend, Army vet and the town bad boy, Adam. At first, Adam doesn't want to participate with al her makeover but after giving some thoughts he decides that is better for him to help her than some stranger. Of course, sparks start flying the more time they spend together and they start a secret relationship. Adam insecurity is the one that in the end brakes them apart. Lovely read with great characters and really likable HE. I volunteered to review an ARC of this book for Netgelly
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