Wednesday, April 11, 2018

The World's Worst Boyfriend (#1 Bad Boyfriend) Erika Kelly - Review Tour

From award-winning author Erika Kelly comes her brand new, smoking hot series about four elite athlete brothers raised in the Tetons by their eccentric, billionaire dad and uncle, The Bad Boyfriend Series! Don’t miss your chance to meet the sexy and extreme Fin Bowie in THE WORLD’S WORST BOYFRIEND! Order your copy today!

Six years ago Fin Bowie made a decision that cost him the love of his life. Now his ex is coming back to town for her brother's wedding, and he can finally make things right. Except, right before the event, a text he sent goes viral. Overnight, he becomes an international meme. And it's hard to win your woman back when the whole world's calling you The World's Worst Boyfriend.

The last thing on Calliope Bell's mind is getting back with Fin. Not when her life's just gone sideways, forcing her to spend the summer in Calamity, Wyoming. She can't be away from the New York art world this long, so she comes up with the idea to turn the hottest pop culture event of the moment into a museum exhibition.

The two have every intention of avoiding each other--until the county judge sentences Fin to community service...helping her exploit the meme he's trying to make go away.

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4 Stars

Reading this second chance romance made me giddy with so much angst and uncertainties. It demanded my attention from beginning to end.

Fin is the youngest of the Bowie brothers. He thrives on extreme sports and somehow, he feels that he has a point to prove. This drives him to make one of the worst decisions of his life. 

Callie left her hometown with a broken heart to embark in the world of art in New York. The break up caused her to reinvent herself to achieve her ambition.

Six years after their break up, Fin sees his chance to put things right with Callie at her brother's wedding. One of his team members has an accident right before he is due to arrive at the rehearsals and in his haste to get there, he sends an innocent text of reassurance. When this is posted on social media, it goes viral, earning him the title of The World's Worst Boyfriend.

Callie is stunned by this development and despite the fact that she might have moved on, she feels the pinch. Fin is shocked by her transformation, but his love for her burns even brighter. After the way, they parted, she no longer trusts him and the media scandal doesn't help his cause of winning her back. She tries to avoid him, but an unfortunate situation forces them to face each other daily. The whole social media affair has given her the chance to prove herself as a curator and ironically, he is lumbered with helping her with the project! Could it be any worse? There is more at stake than just his reputation.

Fin doesn't hide the fact that he would do anything for Callie. He accepts that he made a mistake and that his life without her has been miserable. He is very giving, loving and patient. Callie has jumped to the wrong conclusions through her hurt feelings and she is a little too harsh on him at times. Six years later and their feelings haven't waned in the slightest. Unfortunately, circumstances bring about doubts and uncertainties which could ruin their chances of getting back together. 

I love Fin's caring personality. He is devoted to his brothers and those who need his help. Callie can be irritating at times, but she does have her good qualities too. I like the way they eventually work through their differences and how everything falls nicely into place. I like the ending, but wasn't expecting the bomb that was dropped and I am very curious about what transpires from this unexpected occurrence. It's a beautiful start to this new series. A compelling and addictive read. 

I was kindly issued with an eARC and the views expressed are my personal opinion. 

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About Erika Kelly

Award-winning author Erika Kelly has been spinning romantic tales all her life--she just didn't know it. Raised on the classics, she didn't discover romantic fiction until later in life. From that moment on, she's been devouring the genre and has found her true voice as an author. Over three decades she's written poems, screenplays, plays, short stories, and all kinds of women's fiction novels. Married to the love of her life and raising four children, she's lived in two countries and seven states, but give her pen and paper, a stack of good books, and a steaming mug of vanilla chai latte and she can make her home anywhere.

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