Title: Badly Behaved
Author: Meagan Brandy
Genre: New Adult Romance
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Lights Out! Let’s Party.
It’s weird because the cosmos always hand me books one after another or one close to another with a similar problem amongst the characters or same name, something in common. I mention it because the dynamic which produces the Blackout Trio is one that I had just read about in another book of another genre–I can’t tell you as it spoils both books, but the universe is weird. That’s all I can say.
When you are as jaded and bored as Jameson Filano, you need a little something to light up your life; oddly enough, for her, it’s a party where the lights go out. Of course, it’s not just power failure but also the three powerhouse personalities in the room that fascinate her until her kidnapping and subsequent trip to the beach, which ends in more inquisitiveness. But life goes on in her world, and no one even notices the time that she’s gone. Her world tilted a little, and no one else saw. C’est la vie.
I think there is a power in the number three, and so must Meagan Brandy. She offers up for us three more hotties in the form of Ransom, Arsen, and Beretta–the Blackout Boys and Jameson’s guys. I won’t lie; there were times where I itched my head at these characters and wondered if they were keepable, creepable or both. In the end, I decided to keep them.
You see the haves and haves-not dichotomy that Meagan Brandy enjoys writing about here. In Badly Behaved, it comes down to the ultimate choice of your expected place or the place that your heart wants. As usual, the author makes us fight our own hearts for our beloved characters’ right place to be in the end. Ransom Rossi just wouldn’t jump out of the book to land in my world. Figure that.
About Meagan Brandy:
Meagan Brandy is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of New Adult romance books. She is a candy crazed, jukebox junkie who tends to speak in lyrics. Born and raised in California, she is a married mother of three crazy boys who keep her bouncing from one sports field to another, depending on the season, and she wouldn’t have it any other way. Starbucks is her best friend and words are her sanity.
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