He called himself Bad Boy Rich.
The baddest boy in town.
Not my town, but the land of Hollywood.
A place where dreams come true, or—become your nightmare.
I was stuck somewhere in the middle.
After losing her job and forced to provide for her sick mother, Milana is offered the role of a lifetime—PA to the famous Emerson Chase—and dives head first into the world of the Rich…
A self-proclaimed bad boy.
The ultimate heartbreaker, and—he’s Emerson’s ex-fiancé.
A lethal mix that Milana should stay away from.
Driven by sex, jealously and mind games, they form an obsessive love.
But everyone knows bad boys don’t play nice.
They play rough.
They get dirty.
And they’ll break you in the worst possible way.
My first book by this author and I would definitely need to read more.
My jaw dropped numerous times and I was so torn but just had to keep reading, the romantic in me wanted something heartwarming to happen.
Rich has so many issues, he's a cocaine addict, a famous actor, has anger and insecurity issues and displays on occasion possessive tendencies you would find in a domestic abuse relationship.
Then there's Milly a country girl who is forced to go and work in the city because she would earn more money to pay for her mother's care.
She leaves her sweet and loving boyfriend, her small town childhood home to start her new life in the City.
Rich is immediately taken with Milly and her sass, Rich being the predator he is he wants her and poor Millie can't help but fall for his charm and the appeal of a bad boy, I thought she was a strong determined character at first then she came across as fickle with Rich.
I cringed at some parts especially Rich's behaviour and later in the story too but I just couldn't stop reading.
The writing had a good flow, had hot scenes and I kept turning the pages eagerly, the downside was the characters, so I need to read another book by this author hopefully with characters I will like and feel connected to.
The story does lead to a hea thankfully. Rich needed a wake-up call to turn his life around from the drug use and women. I would have liked more of the happy though at the end, maybe a five year after in the epilogue, you know just to see how it all really worked out to take the doubts I had of Rich away.
You will love it or hate it, me personally, I excepted that this was them, it was no Cinderella story, this was their life story and every story needs to be told, you won't like them all.
Told in first person.
FIRST ENCOUNTER IN THE COFFEE SHOP:
“Since I’ll never see you again, you can take my apology and shove it up your ass.”
His lips curve upwards, into a wide grin. “And if you do see me again?”
“Then I’ll take it out of your ass and actually mean it.”