Better When He’s Bad (Welcome to the Point #1) by Jay Crownover
4 bad boy stars
“You survived in his world by being the best of the worst.”
Jay Crownover has done it again! Love this lady’s books! Short review this time:
Bax has just been released from prison after 5 years of being locked up. He wants to find his best friend Race to get some answers to questions about the night he was arrested, only Race is nowhere to be found. While looking for Race, Bax runs into Dovie, Race’s younger half sister. Together the two of them team up to find Race, and they end up finding an attraction with each other.
I thought this was a great engaging read and it had me hooked until the very end. What I loved most about it, is that both main characters weren’t perfect, but they did the best to survive in the world they lived in, good choices and bad.
The chemistry between Bax and Dovie was off the charts, and I wish I had a “bad” guy like this one in my life. My only complaint would be that while technically Bax was a bad guy, I sort of expected him to be worse from the book summary. He was actually a pretty cool dude most of the time, when he wasn’t being a dick.
And Titus better get his own damn book! Or I’m posting an angry gif about it!
“I don’t know how love works, Dovie. I don’t know how to be anything other than this, but I know the only thing that gives me hope is the idea of you and me. I know I’m not the ideal, not the dream guy, but no one will ever fight for you the way I will. I promise you that you will always have the best parts of me I have to give.”