Thursday, June 2, 2016

The Reverse of Perfection by Christi Barth (Bad Decisions #2)


The Reverse of Perfection

My Rating: 4 stars

Written by: Christi Barth
Series: Bad Decisions #2
Paperback: 120 pages
Publication Date: May 2, 2016
ISBN-10: 1533018464
ISBN-13: 978-1533018465
Genre: Contemporary Romance




Dylan Royce, ex-teen pop star, needs a sexy image makeover. His first adult solo album came out under his perfect, white-washed persona and tanked. Joining a band equally famous for their music and their between-the-sheets escapades is only the start. He needs to get raunchy. Sleep with a different girl every night. But there’s only one woman he wants, and she still sees him as a goody two-shoes boy-bander.

Ariel Watson is the publicist in charge of turning Dylan into the sex-god every woman dreams of doing. Frankly, she doesn’t see the appeal. Until one hot kiss changes her mind. Now she wants to keep him for herself--without losing her job. Or losing Dylan the legions of drooling fans she’s supposed to be building for him.

Turning bad got Dylan the woman of his dreams. But how will he choose between her...or his career catapulting him back to superstar status?

The Reverse of Perfection (Bad Decisions, #2)The Reverse of Perfection by Christi Barth

The Reverse of Perfection sure delivers a mighty story even with its novella length.

Boy bander, Dylan Royce, is trying to move on to more adult persona and music crowd. His label hires him a publicist, Ariel Watson. Dylan’s career and success lays heavily in his ability to make the people see this change.

Ariel is getting a second chance with her famous brother’s record label. She can’t mess this up or she will be riding her brother's coat tails forever. The last thing she wants to do is throw women at the sexy, irresistible Dylan but if she wants to make his career soar that’s just what is label wants her to do.

Dylan wants Ariel.

Ariel wants Dylan.

Will they choose love over their careers or will they find another way?

This is a short story that packs a punch. Never stop being true to who you really are. Both Dylan and Ariel must come to terms with this even if it costs them what they thought was most important.

Great characters, wonderful moral lesson and readable in one sitting, The Reverse of Perfection just hit the right spot.

I received this copy of The Reverse of Perfection from Christi Barth in exchange for a honest review.




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