Title: The Opposite of Right
Kylie Stafford has spent her whole life doing exactly what’s expected. The right major, the right sorority, the right guys, just like her mother and her sister before her. But when everything falls apart for her, Kylie wonders if doing everything right has been utterly wrong. There’s only one way to find out.
She decides to try making all the wrong choices for three months. Hit on a tattoo-covered rock musician? Check. Go back to his dressing room for a hot hook-up against the wall? Gulp. Drop everything to be a roadie for him to binge on more of the best sex of her life? Maybe. Start falling for him despite her better judgment? Um….yeah. Figure out why doing everything that seems wrong feels so darn right?
Author: Christi Barth
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: A Matchless Romance, All for You, Risking It All, Wanting It All
Series: Bad Decisions
Published: November 3rd 2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
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What a cute, straight forward read. This was super entertaining and gave me pretty much everything you’d expect to read about when dealing with a contemporary rock story. Ok, well, almost everything.
Kylie is a newly graduated college student who has had the 2 months from hell. Everything has changed for her: her internship, boyfriend, even a place to live. While out with a friend, she decides that she’s done making all of the “right” decisions and is going to start making “bad” ones. Can you guess what her first bad decision was? Oh, it was kissing the lead singer of the rock band she’s been in love with forever. But she couldn’t tell it was him when she kissed him.
Cam is the lead singer of said rock band who is completely taken by Kylie and her boldness. It becomes a driving force for him, especially when he learns that she’s more than just a hot girl. She’s smart, loves music as much as he does and can TOTALLY hang with the guys.
Like I said, this is a short read (only took me a hour or so), but it left me feeling good, HEA and all.