Getting close to an arrogant bad boy like him is dangerous. Too bad it’s her only choice.
Kain Badd looks great on paper: rich, handsome, and he’s even a prince. But after spending a few minutes together, Sammy sees the real him—arrogant, possessive, and too hot for his own good. If she hadn’t agreed to help plan his sister’s wedding, she could have avoided him. Instead,...more
This one isn't for me.
I don't like the pace, I don't like the heroine and I really don't like the hero. He can't decide if he's a romantic or a raging ass****. One second he says something resembling a compliment but then tops it off with a crude sexual remark. Pick a side dude. I'm just not feeling it.
It takes the heroine forever to figure out she's in a royal palace and she still hasn't figured it out by the time I dropped this book. But she did manage to get a quick nookie, so there's ...more
I’d been thinking of her as my Cinderella. I was already a prince—in a sense—so why couldn’t it work? We’d dance, I’d put the shoes on her perfect feet, and we’d kiss and laugh, and all would be fucking sparkles and hearts.”
It wasn’t the perfect read, but Sammy and Kain grew on me as ...more
I got a signed copy in my romance reveal box so I figured I'd give this one a try, but I'm just not feeling it. The pace was way too fast. The chemistry between the H/h was nonexistent and I'm not sure how I feel about the storyline. It wasn't realistic, it was kinda silly actually and the heroine is blindly naive. I wanted to like this one but oh well moving on....
I really had a hard time picking between a 2 and 3 stars on this. I mean, I have a hard time judging truly because this isn't really the genre I prefer to read. Still, despite my low expectations it was surprisingly entertaining - despite the parts that made me laugh o ...more
I couldnt feel the connection between the two main characters 😫😭 I almost "DNF" it at 20% but switched to audiobook afterward and that seemed to help a bit. The story was just okay with some very predictable moments for me. It had potential but I was bored AF through most of it.
Sadly, sometimes you just know when a book isn't for you. I tried to power through it, but sadly with feeling no chemistry between the MCs and feeling no connection to either the hero or the heroine, I just couldn't. I'm not sure what it was exactly that made me feel so disconnected. Maybe it was the writing style? Perhaps it was the quickness that Kain and Sammy got together? Kai's sister drove me out of my ever loving mind with the way she talks. And truth be said, the heroine wasn't ...more
Oookay this one is not for me.
I've been tried this more than once,twice but thrice and its not working for me.
cant feel the heroine and the hero chemistry.
did not excite me the story so I decide that I drop this.. (hate this doing it)
welp! I tried it but cant work it. time to go and moving on
Bad Boy Royals # 1
Great book! Really enjoyed reading this one. A little different then I was expecting, but in a good way.
Kain Badd looks great on paper: rich, handsome, and he’s even a prince. But after spending a few minutes together, Sammy sees the real him—arrogant, possessive, and too hot for his own good. If she hadn’t agreed to help plan his sister’s wedding, she could have avoided him. Instead, she’s waking up in his bed after an unforgettable night she defin ...more
The premise of Royally Bad is fun and entertaining. I liked the idea of the gangster prince and the wedding dress maker.
I laughed more than expected, although I have to admit, not all of my laughter was necessarily in places where it was supposed to be. Certain elements were particularly far fetched - BUT this was also what I really enjoyed about Sammy and Kain's romance. The drama and escapism.
Sammy is awkward and funny. I honestly wasn't sure what she was going to do or sa ...more
My issues with it were that they were royals. Really, in the storyline, it wasn't important. At all. Other than telling me they were, I didn't see it. Supposedly the next book ...more
The plot was very intriguing, a combination of fairy tail and mafia romance. The Badd family is similar to a mafia and Kain Badd is the young prince. He meets Sammy in relation to his sisters wedding and soon fate is pushing Sammy & Kain together everywhere.
Their chemistry is amazing , connection strong and soon they are inseparable. Family and circumstances push them apart, can their love hold strong?
It was a nice rea ...more
This was not what I expected. Sammy and Kain meet when she made the wedding dress for his sister wedding. Things heated up quickly between both of them. Sammy tried avoiding Kain and Kain couldn't seem to stay away.
Then his sister wedding was raided by the cops and Sammy needed Kain protection. This story took some unexpected twists that can't be revealed without spoiling.
If you like mafia love stories with a touch of a heroine that is ballsy and a h ...more
Ok listen. I listened to audible version in the car to work. I never got the urge to read the end like I do with most every audible book I listen to. It didn't capture me and I wasn't too keen with the characters.
The voices make or break the story. The ones on this one had me laughing out loud at times. Not sure if I would like reading it instead of listening.
Not bad not great.
I am intrigued! The first book in this series is off to a good start. It's an interesting mix of organized crime, bad boy-good girl, and a mystery. The chemistry between Kain and Sammy is great and hot. I was a little confused at how it went from being hot to changing from sexy times to sweet times. It was almost like it happened on a dime. But I guess that makes sense since the shift in story changed from Kain and Sammy to everything that was going on around them in the Badd family. A ...more
It is trash. But it's utterly marvelous trash.
I mean, I took my kindle with me to take a quick, relaxing bath, and ended up staying in for over an hour, laughing myself silly with this book. Because this thing is hilarious. It's amazing. It's the kind of trash that is more of a comedy than anything else, and I'm dying over here. I'm dying from how stup ...more
Kain and Sammy were interesting characters although a bit over the top. I'll be honest, that first 20% was rough for me. Everything was instant and there was a lot happening and some of the wording made me feel like I maybe missed something. I was curious enough that I kept right on reading though. I'm glad I did because th ...more
Plot. (view spoiler)[ So many plot points in this are just not well done. The main, big thing is that Sammie is literally imprisoned, first in a house, then in a single room, by the love interest's father, and this behaviour seems to be excused in the end bec ...more
Kain Badd’s family is mafia-like and consider themselves royalty. Sammy is a wedding dress maker just trying to survive and keep her mother healthy. When Kain’s sister whirls into Sammy’s wedding dress shop, demands a wedding ...more
Sammy is a wedding planner and talented wedding dress designer. Then we have Kain Badd and his crazy family. Not only royalty, rich and famous, no they are connected to the underworld too.
Completely desperate to make a big sale Sammy gets involved with the Badd family in order to keep her business going. Little does Sammy know that Kain Badd will be the/her royal pain in th ...more
When Sammy thinks her life can’t get any crazier, the wedding is raided by the police, and she spends her f ...more
A USA Today Bestselling Author, Nora Flite lives in SoCal where the weather is warm and she doesn't have to shovel snow—something she never grew to love in her tiny home-state of Rhode Island.
All of her romances involve passionate, filthy, and slightly obsessive heroes—because those are clearly the best kind! She's always b ...more