{Review} Bad Judgment by @Meghan_March

August 25, 2016 New Adult, Reviews 1 ★★★★★

{Review} Bad Judgment by @Meghan_MarchBad Judgment by meghan march
Pages: 307
Published by Red Dress Press on August 20, 2016
Genres: New Adult, contemporary, Romance
Source: eARC from Author

A deliciously sexy enemies to lovers standalone coming this summer from USA Today bestselling author Meghan March.

He’s so arrogant.

She’s so self-righteous.

I can’t stand him.

I want her.

He’s a distraction I don’t need.

She’ll say yes eventually because I’m not giving up.

Justine Porter is stuck between a rock and a stripper pole. She lost her law school scholarship, which means she has two choices to keep her life on track: strip for her tuition or tutor the most distractingly sexy guy in her class—the one she’s been turning down for two years straight. It should be an easy choice, but tutoring Ryker Grant could derail her plans to graduate with honors faster than two-for-one night at the Déjà Vu. Then again, topless has never really been her color.

She could take the easy road, just this once . . . but the deal has enough loopholes to trip anyone up.

Who knew they taught bad judgment in law school?

Note: 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.

NA ReviewMy ThoughtsBad Judgment is a new adult standalone romance by author Meghan March. This is the first book that I have read by Meghan and I am seriously kicking myself for that, because Bad Judgment is one of my favorite books I have read all year. I loved it so much, I wish I could drop everything I am doing right now and read it again. I love a book with a law school setting. (yes, I know I am a weirdo, but it gives me some sort of sick pleasure watching characters deal with the joy of law school.) Everything about Bad Judgment was perfection to me. The characters were great, the romance was scorching and setting was very accurately portrayed. Someone point me in the direction of all Meghan’s other books ASAP because I feel a binge read coming on.

Bad Judgment is told in dual narrative between Justine and Ryker. Justine is an uber committed law student that has just had her scholarship yanked, and Ryker is…well, the only thing Ryker is focused on, is Justine. I love a good slow burn romance, and I really love a guy with laser focus like Ryker. There is something to be said for his level of persistence. I know Justine has always thought he was just in it for the chase, but I never once got that impression from him. Ryker and Justine have an awesome build up to an absolutely stunning and explosive slow burn romance. I cannot get the two of them out of my head. I love them so much.

I think Bad Judgment is a must read romance for fans of new adult/grad school romances. I love a good build up and this is one of the best slow burn romances I have read all year. (maybe even longer.) Without becoming even more gushy, I will simply say this. I think this is a do not miss book. It is not predictable There was at least one twist that I not only didn’t see coming, but even after it happened I flat out didn’t believe it. I was still waiting for it to curve back around to what I was expecting. And that does not happen to me very often. Meghan March has a new fan in me. I need to read more of her books because I freakin’ loved Bad Judgment.

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About meghan march

Meghan March is the author of contemporary and erotic romance novels.

Meghan March has been known to wear camo face paint and tromp around in woods wearing mud-covered boots, all while sporting a perfect manicure.  She’s also impulsive, easily entertained, and absolutely unapologetic about the fact that she loves to read and write smut. Her past lives include slinging auto parts, selling lingerie, making custom jewelry, and practicing corporate law. Writing books about dirty talking alpha males and the strong, sassy women who bring them to their knees is by far the most fabulous job she’s ever had. She loves hearing from her readers at meghanmarchbooks@gmail.com.

Michelle @ Book Briefs

One Response to “{Review} Bad Judgment by @Meghan_March”

  1. danielle hammelef

    I love when authors get the setting and characters right. I also prefer to read “slow burn” romances. These are always so much fun for me and keep me reading, waiting for what happens next in the relationship. thanks for the great review!

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