Korie Potter’s got goals. Goals that do not include following in her mother’s footsteps. Rock stars and the life of the rich and famous? Yeah… not interested. She likes her heart in one piece, thank you very much.
Until a weekend of booze and bad decisions at camp Pour Judgment finds her fake-engaged to country music’s most notorious bad boy, Rhett Taylor, and completely at his mercy.
You see, Korie Potter’s also got a dream, and her new “fiancé” just may have the connections to make it come true.
4.5 swoony stars
Oh my, I was so gone with this book once I got into it, I didn't know what to expect at first.
I wouldn't say this is a Rom-com but it certainly had some banter and light-hearted moments.
I was hooked from the first pages, Rhett who is a star county singer in a band, first meets Korie Potter when she walks in on him basically getting a blowie from a groupie after a concert, she is the cousin of his band mate and this is their first time meeting.
Korie hates singers, celebs, any male species basically who reminds her of her father who was also a singer and left her and her mother for a life of fame, booze and women.
Rhett reminds her of all the reasons why she stayed away from her cousin and his lifestyle after seeing what she walks in on after the concert.
Rhett is completely smitten, a love at first sight kind of moment happens, with Korie's sass, sarcasm and snark, he finds her refreshing from all the other women who would normally fall at his feet and he makes it his mission to prove he is nothing like her father.
Rhett is so swoon worthy, a little cocky in an adorable way and he tries so damn hard to get his girl which eventually pays off and Poor Judgment becomes a heartwarming romance with lots of sweet moment's.
I loved Korie's friend too, that girl was a hoot.
Brilliant, I loved it and highly recommend it.
No cheating, told in first person dual pov and leads to heartwarming hea.