This book had me invested from the very first page. I liked these characters in When the Saint Falls but fell in love with them in The Bad Girl. Arwen and Aidan are raw and tangible, and their chemistry is on fire.
A.D.McCammon was able to convey the struggles people face when it comes to their sexuality and the preconceived notions of who we should allow ourselves to love.
This way surpassed my expectations, with a powerful message which shone through and resonated with me. I cannot wait to read Cole’s book. It will be the final piece of the puzzle, and the wait will be worth it.
Arwen Sullyvan is a real nightmare.
Callous. Cold. Calculating.
And the first girl I ever loved. She’s the bad girl of Westbrook High, and I’m their precious golden boy.
For years, she’s delighted in punishing me. All because I’d fallen for her. And, like a fool, I still want her.
Then a drunken confession slipped through those plump lips, and I saw fear swirling in her stormy eyes.
Aidan Shaw is the bane of my existence.
Charming. Gorgeous. Noble.
He’s everything I never knew I wanted, and it scares the hell out of me. I’ve tried to keep my distance and bury those feelings.
But one stupid mistake—one moment of weakness in the face of temptation—was all it took to turn our flame into a fire.
He’s intent on loving me, but not even his golden touch can change my black heart.
He thinks he can break me.
But a savage can’t be tamed.