Giving it to the Bad Boy is the first book in Tattooed and Pierced series by Jenika Snow. Kiera knew that Reese Trenton was a bad boy and she really should stay away but she could not stay away. Something about him called to her. Reese life is lonely. There is only one thing that he wants and it’s Kiera. He has watched her for years. Reese works to prove to her that he is worthy of his love and he can change his past.
Kiera is a sweet, beautiful and smart young lady. She is described as a realistic size as well. She is not skinny Minnie she is a curvy girl. She is attracted to Reese but he is a bad boy and she out of her comfort zone. She comes across as very realistic as she starts to grow into an adult and figure out who she is and what she wants.
Reese is the typical bad boy. He is into sex, booze, and fighting. Most people at the high school are afraid of him and he feeds into it. He has a terrible home life but seems to realize that that is not normal and seems to want something different. He has a mentor, a tattoo artist who helped him. He is a very complex character, cold on the outside and sweet loving man on the inside waiting for the right woman.
The chemistry between Kiera and Reese is blistering hot. The sex scenes were hot and spicy. They connected on a level that neither really expected. Reese worked very hard to open up to Kiera considering his upbringing and background. I loved that Kiera was well aware of Reese and his reputation and that did not faze her in the least.
Overall, this is wonderful story. I loved this book a lot. This is one of the few that I will re-read in the future. I have loved all the books that I have read by Ms. Snow. I have not found a book I did not like. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.
It all started when Kiera gave the bad boy her virginity...
Kiera knew Reese Trenton wasn't for her, but she couldn't stay away. He was rough around the edges, tattooed and pierced, and fiercer than any guy she had ever met. He knew too much about sex, got drunk, and started far too many fights. He was a bad boy, but Kiera still wanted him in the worst kind of way.
Reese's life is lonely, despite always being surrounded by people. He's only wanted one thing, and that is Kiera Sheppard, the girl he has watched from afar for four years. As they grow closer, Reese wants to give her everything and show her he is worthy of her love. But his sordid past tears their bond and he doesn't know if he can redeem himself and show her she is the most important thing in his broken life.