Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Review: So Twisted (Bad Behavior #1) by Melissa Marino

****3.5 Stars****

When Callie is struggling with her life she knows it's time for a drastic change. Trying to juggle school during the day and then really late nights as a bar tender in a club it leaves little time for sleep never mind anything else. So when the perfect job comes up as a live in Nanny she grabs it with both hands but what she didn't expect was a single dad whom oozes sex appeal. Aaron needs to hire a nanny for his little girl Delilah as his Mum who usually looks after her is going in for surgery and needs a long recovery period. When Callie turns up for the interview he doesn't expect a gorgeous girl with sass and a love towards children. Both of them knew from the minute they saw each other there was an instant attraction but he gives her the job regardless. 

It doesn't take long for the 2 of them to end up in each others beds but isn't it a recipe for disaster bedding the Nanny after what happened with his ex wife?

I didn't know what to expect going in to this book, it's a new author for me and from what I see her first time publishing. The premise of the story was really good but I think it could have had some twists or more explanation thrown in as it just had that little something missing. Callie is sassy and can hold her own making her a very strong female lead. Aaron I found to be a little weak and I would have liked to have saw him man up a little more, even though his past was still haunting him I think he could have still been made that little more maturer. I would liked to have know more on his job and background outwith the romance part as I felt we didn't really have a build up on either lead character to enable the reader to know more about them. I did really enjoy the book but found the ending rather lacking. I am unsure if the next book is on the same couple or different characters as I couldn't find a lot of information on this series at all. I think it would be interesting to read more about Aaron's brother Abel as I found him witty and forward which would present some humorous moments between him and a love interest.

Reviewed bu Claire Lamb

Sometimes it feels good to be a little bad.

Callie has found the perfect job. As nanny for a single dad and his adorable daughter, she can pay off her student loans and live in a nice house in the heart of Chicago. There's just one problem-her new boss. Definitely no dad bod here. Just six-plus feet of raw, sexual energy. Whoever heard of a dad being so hot?

From the sparkle in his daughter's eyes, Aaron can see that hiring Callie was a good decision. But Callie's breathtaking smile and long legs have him thinking about his own needs. Aaron knows it's a bad idea to get involved with the nanny, but it's been years since anyone has captivated him like Callie.

When living under the same roof proves too tempting to resist, Callie and Aaron discover a mind-blowing passion unlike anything either has experienced. But with a curious child and a nosy family in the mix, their secret, no-strings fling soon turns into a twisted, tangled knot . . .

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