Badd Motherf*cker by Jasinda Wilder

August 6, 2017 Book Review 0 ★★★★

Badd Motherf*cker by Jasinda Wilder four-stars
Badd Motherf*cker by Jasinda Wilder
Series: Badd Brothers #1
Published by Self-published on October 28, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 354
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Your wedding day is supposed to be the happiest day of your life, right? That’s what they say, at least. I went into that day hoping I’d get the happiest day of my life. What I got? The worst. I mean, you really can’t get any worse of a day without someone actually dying.

So…I may have gotten just a little drunk, and maybe just a tad impetuous…

And landed myself in a dive bar somewhere in Alaska, alone, still in my wedding dress, half-wasted and heart-broken.

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Eight brothers, one bar.

Sounds like the beginning to a bad joke, yeah?

I kinda think so.

Wanna hear another joke? A girl walks into a bar, soaking wet and wearing a wedding dress.

I knew I shouldn’t have touched her. She was hammered, for one thing, and heartbroken for another. I’ve chased enough tail to know better. That kinda thing only leads to clinginess, and a clingy female is the last thing on this earth I need.

I got a bar needs running, and only me to run it—at least until my seven wayward brothers decide to show their asses up…

Then this chick walks in, fine as hell, wearing a soaked wedding dress that leaves little enough to the imagination—and I’ve got a hell of an imagination.

I knew I shouldn’t have touched her. Not so much as a finger, not even innocently.

But I did.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.


Spice's ReviewsLast night I found myself in one of those weird moods where absolutely nothing was clicking for me. Probably a delayed Key West vacation hangover from all those mojitos I indulged in. I had no energy or drive whatsoever and was having a hard time finding something to read. Badd Motherf*cker popped up on my GR feed. Nowadays I tend to skip over such overt tongue in cheek titles since they very often turn into sh@t reads, but the whole idea of eight super-hot Badd brothers called to me despite the mixed reviews. Since I seemed to be in a f*ck it mood anyway, I thought why the h&ll not. What’s the worst that could happen, I DNF it? The good news is that I actually enjoyed it despite the numerous plot holes and obvious case of First-in-series-itis.

Dru, as the synopsis states was a f^cking unholy mess. With her entire world crashing around her, she decided to go for broke and make the crisis ten times worse by drunkenly jumping into the first plane she could and getting herself stuck in Alaska of all places (yes, plot holes abound here, but I think my f*ck it mood let me just ignore those). Bast (short for Sebastian) isn’t having the time of his life either with his family in shambles, his bar tanking and his late Dad’s will to contend with which meant a host of pissed off (but super-hot) brothers heading his way.

Dru and Sebastian were a disaster together but weirdly, they worked. Both had enough baggage for round the world trips and neither had any business getting involved so they both fought it. Well, actually, fought it is a relative term considering they kept ending up in bed together every other d@mn page. Needless to say, the chemistry was off the charts hot as were the sex scenes. My one little niggle of a complaint was they were super d@mn chatty in the bedroom. At one point, she told him something along the lines of “more f*cking, less talking” and I was in total agreement. I did love the fact that although Bast may have lived up to the title of the book, the bad@ss award goes to Dru. She could kick some serious @ss and did.

This book was all about the funny quirky characters. I actually liked them all except for the @sshat ex-fiance and his wh*re, Tawny. Each one of the brothers has me wanting their stories, and even Dru’s Dad had me laughing.

If it hadn’t been for the pesky little plot holes, the questions I was left with such as who paid for what in Dru’s failed wedding, and the fact I wanted more of the “after” part of them officially being together this would have been a five star read. Again, I think the book suffered a mild to moderate case of first-in-series-itis but I still enjoyed the hell out of it and will be snagging the next one as soon as I can get to it.

4 Messy but Sexy Stars

four-stars

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