Very Bad Things Review



Synopsis: Born into a life of privilege and secrets, Nora Blakely has everything any nineteen-year-old girl could desire. She’s an accomplished pianist, a Texas beauty queen, and on her way to Princeton after high school. She’s perfect…

Leaving behind her million-dollar mansion and Jimmy Choos, she becomes a girl hell-bent on pushing the limits with alcohol, drugs, and meaningless sex.

Then she meets her soulmate. But he doesn’t want her.

When it comes to girls, twenty-five-year-old Leo Tate has one rule: never fall in love. His gym and his brother are all he cares about… until he meets Nora. He resists the pull of their attraction, hung up on their six year age difference.

As they struggle to stay away from each other, secrets will be revealed, tempers will flare, and hearts will be broken.

Welcome to Briarcrest Academy… where sometimes, the best things in life are Very Bad Things.

Review by Jennifer: Nora is tired of her mother always telling her what to do. So when an opportunity presents itself she decides to rebel.

Her life only seems to turn bad from there. She has decided that she will no longer be the perfect daughter. She’ll drink, do drugs, have meaningless sex, and maybe do some vandalism!

She thinks she has it all planned out until she meets Leo. Leo doesn’t act like he wants to sleep with her for the meaningless sex. She sees the look he has in his eyes, but he never acts on his desires. Then there is the fact that this one chick that is his friends with benefits seems to think that her and Leo are an item and that keeps Nora from doing anything with Leo, but why does she seem to be jealous when Leo isn’t even hers?

This book is a self discovery book along with a love story. I absolutely fell in love with it. This books leads you to wonder what very bad things can Nora do before she realizes it isn’t worth it?



By Jennifer Laslie Posted in Reviews

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