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Saturday, 28 May 2016

Review: Bad Bitch

Bad Bitch Bad Bitch by Christina Saunders
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I loved this book!
Evangeline, or Evan for short, is the leading lady in this book, and what I love about her, is that she isn't like your typical heroine. She's strong, confident and sassy. She's a man-eater, and she isn't afraid to go after what she wants. She can be ruthless, and when pushed, she'll go straight for the throat. She is quite literally, a 'bad bitch'.

Lincoln Granade is a lawyer from New Orleans. When he walks into the bar that Evan frequents, she finds herself drawn to his raw masculinity. They have an immediate chemistry which leads to some very steamy scenes! Hot!

The story-line was amazing! Written by someone who clearly knows the legal system inside and out, giving a realistic view of behind the scenes. The drama, the tension...
I absolutely loved this book, and can't wait to read the next one!

They call me the Bad Bitch. A lesser woman might get her panties in a twist over it, but me? I'm the one who does the twisting. Whether it's in the courtroom or in the bedroom, I've never let anyone - much less a man - get the upper hand.

Except for that jerk attorney Lincoln Granade. He's dark, mysterious, smoking hot and sexy as hell. He's nothing but a bad, bad boy playing the part of an up and coming premiere attorney. I'm not worried about losing in a head to head battle with this guy. But he gets me all hot and bothered in a way no man has ever done before. I don't like a person being under my skin this much. It makes me want to let go of all control, makes me want to give in. This dangerous man makes me want to submit to him completely, again, and again, and again...

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