Book Review: Once Upon a Bad Boy, by Melonie Johnson

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Title:  Once Upon a Bad Boy
Author:  Melonie Johnson
Genre:  Romance
Rating:  4 out of 5

Sadie Johnson has a reputation as a spoiled rich girl with connections, not talent. She just won a role in a blockbuster movie and can’t wait to prove to the world that she really does have what it takes. Until she sees stunt coordination Bo Ibarra, who broke her heart ten years ago.

Bo is determined to prove himself on this movie, but he’s not prepared for the distraction Sadie proves to be. He wants to put the past behind them and move forward, but when a secret from the past comes to light, he’s not sure it’s even worth the risk.

I’ve really enjoyed the Sometimes in Love series, and this book is no different. It’s great seeing familiar characters from the other books, as well as getting to know background characters from those books now front and center. I love stories with a past, and this read is no exception, as secrets from Sadie and Bo’s past threaten to destroy everything.

Melonie Johnson is the author of the Sometimes in Love series. Once Upon a Bad Boy is her newest novel.

(Galley courtesy of St. Martin’s Press via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.)

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