"Bad Bachelor" is a good book! I liked the characters and their snarky personality. I loved Reed's dad. He is so funny. Reed and Darcy butt heads a lot but the chemistry between them is dynamite. Author Stefanie London creates such an amazing world and shows that not everything can be learned about a person through an app. That you have to learn about people yourself. I loved how Darcy is an everyday girl that wants to find love but is stuck in her ways. She doesn’t like putting herself out there and is comfortable in her own skin. Meeting Reed sets her world off kilter and he is the only man who can verbally spar with her and talk circles around her. But she needs him if she wants to save her library. Reed hates the app that puts all his dirty laundry out for the world. Even the stories that aren’t true. But business is business and he thinks the app will be old news and can focus on his job, helping Darcy get the money she needs to save the library. Along the way they discover life is not so black and white and neither person is who they appear. Prepare to be swept away in this tale of a dashing bachelor is more than just a bad rating.
Everybody's talking about the hot new app reviewing New York's most eligible bachelors. But why focus on prince charming when you can read the latest dirt on the lowest-ranked "Bad Bachelors"—NYC's most notorious bad boys.
If one more person mentions Bad Bachelors to Reed McMahon, someone's gonna get hurt. A PR whiz, Reed is known as an 'image fixer' but his womanizing ways have caught up with him. What he needs is a PR miracle of his own.
When Reed strolls into Darcy Greer's workplace offering to help save the struggling library, she isn't buying it. The prickly Brooklynite knows Reed is exactly the kind of guy she should avoid. But the library does need his help. But as she reluctantly works with Reed, she realizes there's more to a man than his reputation. Maybe, just maybe Bad Bachelor #1 is THE one for her.