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Boyfriend From Hell

By Readingromances

Boyfriend from Hell

Fifteen year-old Megan Barnett and her single mom, Suze, have a special relationship—they are friends, close friends, who do almost everything together. “But come on, guys, she’s my mother… Can I really tell her that while we’re snuggled up on the sofa watching Spider Man Three, I’m secretly undressing James Franco with my eyes? Of course not…”

The special bond takes a turn for the worse when Suze decides to start dating again. She hasn’t had a man in her life since Megan’s father left ten years ago.

Enter two mysterious young men, Megan’s new classmate, sinfully attractive bad boy, Guy Matson, and the dangerously handsome art dealer, Armando. Before long Megan and Suze both wind up in steamy relationships.

But neither of the handsome pair is quite what he seems. In fact, one of them is Satan, with his sights set on a new bride. Megan has precious little time to figure out how to stop him. If she doesn’t, either Megan or Suze are quite literally going to HELL.

- Goodreads

Boyfriend From Hell

My Thoughts:

Boyfriend From Hell is definitely sweet, cute and fun.  I loved how it focused on the mother-daughter relationship and on both of their ‘BOYFRIENDS’. Also, the pop elements were (very well) used with a lot of humor!

It’s a fast paced read with a lot of action and of course, romance! I don’t usually read YAs, but the main reason I chose this title was for the fun blurb and atmosphere it has around it. The cover, the editing, the tone, everything seems to relate to each other and leave us with  an idea of how the characters will develop.

This author has a terrific tone; created a fresh storyline and an entertaining plot. You’ll not be disappointed- I was surprised by this bright jewel. A light reading for your summer afternoon!

Note: This is the first book of the Falling Angel trilogy.

This book was received through the Book Lovin’ Bitches Ebook Tours. That doesn’t affect my opinion about the book.

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