Bad Bachelor (Bad Bachelors #1)

Bad Bachelor (Bad Bachelors #1)

Everybody?s talking about the hot new app reviewing New York?s most eligible bachelors. But why focus on prince charming when you can read the latest dirt on the lowest-ranked ?Bad Bachelors??NYC?s most notorious bad boys. If one more person mentions Bad Bachelors to Reed McMahon, someone?s gonna get hurt. A PR whiz, Reed is known as an ?image fixer? but his womanizing ways Everybody?s talking about the hot new app reviewing New York?s most eligible bachelors. But why...

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Title:Bad Bachelor (Bad Bachelors #1)
Author:Stefanie London
Rating:
Genres:Romance
ISBN:1492655171
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages:384 pages pages

Bad Bachelor (Bad Bachelors #1) Reviews

  • Sarah
    Mar 09, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

    A tattooed librarian heroine was my hook, but maybe I should have fully read the description where the sexy PR guy comes in to save the library. Uuuuuugggggghhhhh, this feels like a totally outdated and sexist set up. I know probably 100 or so librarians, 85-90% women, and they are all...

  • Amy
    Mar 20, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

  • Sharon
    Mar 03, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

    A tattooed librarian heroine was my hook, but maybe I should have fully read the description where the sexy PR guy comes in to save the library. Uuuuuugggggghhhhh, this feels like a totally outdated and sexist set up. I know probably 100 or so librarians, 85-90% women, and they are all...

    4 1/2 STARS! Sweet, snarky and delightfully fun! Banter ensues as we meet Reed and Darcy and get carried into the drama of their interaction turned romance. The characters are a lot of fun together. He's a man of the town and sure of himself, she's a lonely librarian doubting her ...

    Reed McMahon can't stand the Bad Bachelor app that's giving women a chance to warn other women about bachelors in New York and their dating antics, especially since he seems to be sitting in the number one spot of worst bachelors ever. However, when he starts working alongside Darcy ...

    I had to re-read the first part to fully understand what I was reading about, and that I understood it correctly?that the story revolves around an app called Bad Bachelor, which basically rates New York's Bachelors on how they treat their dates. Personally, I thought it was ridiculou...

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the first in a new series, and I am looking forward to the future directions it will take. Bad Bachelors is an app developed to help women see how their previous dates have rated them. In modern day...

    This was such an enjoyable read! Finding love in the big city, dysfunctional family dynamics, abandonment and commitment issues, a rebellious librarian, a big-shot image maker Full review: This is my first book by Stephanie London and I decided to read it following a recommendation...

    I really enjoyed this novel. It had an original framework built around the idea of an app that women can use to rate New York City bachelors. PR executive Reed McMahan has becoming the lead ?bad bachelor? on the app as all sorts of anonymous people are posting remarks about how he ...

    Stefanie London's new series kicks off with the hot and hilarious, Bad Bachelor. Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer are opposites in so many ways, and their verbal sparring shows just how combative they can be. But as the two get to know each other, in a real, meaningful way, it's obvious th...

    Bad Bachelor starts with a genius concept- an app that rates NYC bachelors so women don?t waste time on players. Even better- this romance pairs the worst reviewed bachelor with a love-burned kick-butt librarian. On top of that deliciousness, London adds believable & endearing ch...

  • Sissy's Romance Book Review
    Mar 08, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

  • Blodeuedd Finland
    Apr 21, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

  • Helen
    Mar 02, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

  • Dali
    Mar 12, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

  • nick
    Mar 03, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

  • Bambi Unbridled
    Mar 01, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

  • Crystal ♥ RBtWBC
    Dec 12, 2017

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

  • Novel Grounds
    Jan 20, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

  • Ellie
    Mar 01, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

    A tattooed librarian heroine was my hook, but maybe I should have fully read the description where the sexy PR guy comes in to save the library. Uuuuuugggggghhhhh, this feels like a totally outdated and sexist set up. I know probably 100 or so librarians, 85-90% women, and they are all...

    4 1/2 STARS! Sweet, snarky and delightfully fun! Banter ensues as we meet Reed and Darcy and get carried into the drama of their interaction turned romance. The characters are a lot of fun together. He's a man of the town and sure of himself, she's a lonely librarian doubting her ...

    Reed McMahon can't stand the Bad Bachelor app that's giving women a chance to warn other women about bachelors in New York and their dating antics, especially since he seems to be sitting in the number one spot of worst bachelors ever. However, when he starts working alongside Darcy ...

    I had to re-read the first part to fully understand what I was reading about, and that I understood it correctly?that the story revolves around an app called Bad Bachelor, which basically rates New York's Bachelors on how they treat their dates. Personally, I thought it was ridiculou...

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the first in a new series, and I am looking forward to the future directions it will take. Bad Bachelors is an app developed to help women see how their previous dates have rated them. In modern day...

    This was such an enjoyable read! Finding love in the big city, dysfunctional family dynamics, abandonment and commitment issues, a rebellious librarian, a big-shot image maker Full review: This is my first book by Stephanie London and I decided to read it following a recommendation...

  • Heather
    Mar 01, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

  • Lauren
    Mar 10, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

    A tattooed librarian heroine was my hook, but maybe I should have fully read the description where the sexy PR guy comes in to save the library. Uuuuuugggggghhhhh, this feels like a totally outdated and sexist set up. I know probably 100 or so librarians, 85-90% women, and they are all...

    4 1/2 STARS! Sweet, snarky and delightfully fun! Banter ensues as we meet Reed and Darcy and get carried into the drama of their interaction turned romance. The characters are a lot of fun together. He's a man of the town and sure of himself, she's a lonely librarian doubting her ...

    Reed McMahon can't stand the Bad Bachelor app that's giving women a chance to warn other women about bachelors in New York and their dating antics, especially since he seems to be sitting in the number one spot of worst bachelors ever. However, when he starts working alongside Darcy ...

    I had to re-read the first part to fully understand what I was reading about, and that I understood it correctly?that the story revolves around an app called Bad Bachelor, which basically rates New York's Bachelors on how they treat their dates. Personally, I thought it was ridiculou...

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the first in a new series, and I am looking forward to the future directions it will take. Bad Bachelors is an app developed to help women see how their previous dates have rated them. In modern day...

    This was such an enjoyable read! Finding love in the big city, dysfunctional family dynamics, abandonment and commitment issues, a rebellious librarian, a big-shot image maker Full review: This is my first book by Stephanie London and I decided to read it following a recommendation...

    I really enjoyed this novel. It had an original framework built around the idea of an app that women can use to rate New York City bachelors. PR executive Reed McMahan has becoming the lead ?bad bachelor? on the app as all sorts of anonymous people are posting remarks about how he ...

    Stefanie London's new series kicks off with the hot and hilarious, Bad Bachelor. Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer are opposites in so many ways, and their verbal sparring shows just how combative they can be. But as the two get to know each other, in a real, meaningful way, it's obvious th...

  • Kate Olson
    Apr 07, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

  • Dayang
    Jan 15, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

    A tattooed librarian heroine was my hook, but maybe I should have fully read the description where the sexy PR guy comes in to save the library. Uuuuuugggggghhhhh, this feels like a totally outdated and sexist set up. I know probably 100 or so librarians, 85-90% women, and they are all...

    4 1/2 STARS! Sweet, snarky and delightfully fun! Banter ensues as we meet Reed and Darcy and get carried into the drama of their interaction turned romance. The characters are a lot of fun together. He's a man of the town and sure of himself, she's a lonely librarian doubting her ...

    Reed McMahon can't stand the Bad Bachelor app that's giving women a chance to warn other women about bachelors in New York and their dating antics, especially since he seems to be sitting in the number one spot of worst bachelors ever. However, when he starts working alongside Darcy ...

    I had to re-read the first part to fully understand what I was reading about, and that I understood it correctly?that the story revolves around an app called Bad Bachelor, which basically rates New York's Bachelors on how they treat their dates. Personally, I thought it was ridiculou...

  • Julie
    Feb 19, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

  • Wendy'sThoughts
    Jan 23, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

  • Zoe
    Feb 06, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

  • Deborah
    Feb 19, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

  • Lynn Brooks
    Mar 05, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

    A tattooed librarian heroine was my hook, but maybe I should have fully read the description where the sexy PR guy comes in to save the library. Uuuuuugggggghhhhh, this feels like a totally outdated and sexist set up. I know probably 100 or so librarians, 85-90% women, and they are all...

    4 1/2 STARS! Sweet, snarky and delightfully fun! Banter ensues as we meet Reed and Darcy and get carried into the drama of their interaction turned romance. The characters are a lot of fun together. He's a man of the town and sure of himself, she's a lonely librarian doubting her ...

  • Heather Nobbs
    Jan 22, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

  • Ruthie Taylor
    Mar 11, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

    A tattooed librarian heroine was my hook, but maybe I should have fully read the description where the sexy PR guy comes in to save the library. Uuuuuugggggghhhhh, this feels like a totally outdated and sexist set up. I know probably 100 or so librarians, 85-90% women, and they are all...

    4 1/2 STARS! Sweet, snarky and delightfully fun! Banter ensues as we meet Reed and Darcy and get carried into the drama of their interaction turned romance. The characters are a lot of fun together. He's a man of the town and sure of himself, she's a lonely librarian doubting her ...

    Reed McMahon can't stand the Bad Bachelor app that's giving women a chance to warn other women about bachelors in New York and their dating antics, especially since he seems to be sitting in the number one spot of worst bachelors ever. However, when he starts working alongside Darcy ...

    I had to re-read the first part to fully understand what I was reading about, and that I understood it correctly?that the story revolves around an app called Bad Bachelor, which basically rates New York's Bachelors on how they treat their dates. Personally, I thought it was ridiculou...

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the first in a new series, and I am looking forward to the future directions it will take. Bad Bachelors is an app developed to help women see how their previous dates have rated them. In modern day...

  • Wit & Wonder Books
    Jan 16, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

  • Kodie Mackay
    Jan 02, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

  • Maria Rose
    Feb 24, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

  • Mg ♥ The Bookishmedialite
    Feb 24, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

  • Bec - Book Magic: Under a spell with every page
    Jan 20, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

    A tattooed librarian heroine was my hook, but maybe I should have fully read the description where the sexy PR guy comes in to save the library. Uuuuuugggggghhhhh, this feels like a totally outdated and sexist set up. I know probably 100 or so librarians, 85-90% women, and they are all...

    4 1/2 STARS! Sweet, snarky and delightfully fun! Banter ensues as we meet Reed and Darcy and get carried into the drama of their interaction turned romance. The characters are a lot of fun together. He's a man of the town and sure of himself, she's a lonely librarian doubting her ...

    Reed McMahon can't stand the Bad Bachelor app that's giving women a chance to warn other women about bachelors in New York and their dating antics, especially since he seems to be sitting in the number one spot of worst bachelors ever. However, when he starts working alongside Darcy ...

  • B.
    Jan 13, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...

    This book was a lot of fun to read. I have not read any of Stefanie's other works, but I will have to grab them. She crafts fun characters and light romances that you really fall for. I kind of figured out where this one was going, and even with having predicted that, I still re...

    This story was perfect, I love the frenemies to lovers storyline and this book was absolute perfection. From the minute Darcy meets Reed she has preconceived notions about him. She did after all read about him being number one on a bad bachelor app, he definitely did not have any good ...

    A tattooed librarian heroine was my hook, but maybe I should have fully read the description where the sexy PR guy comes in to save the library. Uuuuuugggggghhhhh, this feels like a totally outdated and sexist set up. I know probably 100 or so librarians, 85-90% women, and they are all...

    4 1/2 STARS! Sweet, snarky and delightfully fun! Banter ensues as we meet Reed and Darcy and get carried into the drama of their interaction turned romance. The characters are a lot of fun together. He's a man of the town and sure of himself, she's a lonely librarian doubting her ...

    Reed McMahon can't stand the Bad Bachelor app that's giving women a chance to warn other women about bachelors in New York and their dating antics, especially since he seems to be sitting in the number one spot of worst bachelors ever. However, when he starts working alongside Darcy ...

    I had to re-read the first part to fully understand what I was reading about, and that I understood it correctly?that the story revolves around an app called Bad Bachelor, which basically rates New York's Bachelors on how they treat their dates. Personally, I thought it was ridiculou...

    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ This is the first in a new series, and I am looking forward to the future directions it will take. Bad Bachelors is an app developed to help women see how their previous dates have rated them. In modern day...

    This was such an enjoyable read! Finding love in the big city, dysfunctional family dynamics, abandonment and commitment issues, a rebellious librarian, a big-shot image maker Full review: This is my first book by Stephanie London and I decided to read it following a recommendation...

    I really enjoyed this novel. It had an original framework built around the idea of an app that women can use to rate New York City bachelors. PR executive Reed McMahan has becoming the lead ?bad bachelor? on the app as all sorts of anonymous people are posting remarks about how he ...

  • Susan McClintock
    Feb 16, 2018

    3.5 Will To See More Stars * * * 1/2 Spoiler Free- It's Live Nothing worse than a grudge and using the latest app to get your Bitchin out... Reed has become infamous... and not because for good reasons... so he needs to clean up his image... Hmmm, now what would work... Why doi...

    3.5* I was looking forward to reading this and it turned out to be a cute little read. Reed McMahon is the lowest scored bachelor on the new Bad Batchelor app. While some of this is deserved, there?s no denying he?s had a lot of sex with a lot of women. Not all the review are...

    Seductive, sweet, and sexy! Bad Bachelor is a delightfully, witty rom-com set in the hip-and-happening New York City where the Bad Bachelor app is the latest-and-greatest source for finding your mate and the fiery, intelligent, librarian, Darcy may not be able to trust everything sh...

    Bad Bachelor is one of my favorite recent romance reads. I knew the minute I read about the ?Yelp for NYC Bachelors? concept in the summary, that this is a book that I needed in my life. I was right, of course. Bad Bachelor had everything I love in a good romance: likable charact...

    Stefanie London did an amazing job creating a story where opposites attract and against all odds become something more. I'm not going to say much about the plot?just that it was refreshing, well-written, and with a great concept. I really enjoyed both characters, but my fav...

    On the surface, Stefanie London?s latest release, Bad Bachelor, is a fun, romantic comedy with a modern premise. It?s the story of an unlucky-in-love librarian finding herself in a relationship with a playboy bachelor she first sees on a dating app. While it definitely lives up to ...

    **ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review** I loved Bad Bachelor by Stefanie London! This is one of those stories where the two main characters are complete opposites. The reader never envisioned the two of them together, but somehow it works. Reed is a gorg...

    This is my first read from Stefanie London, and I admittedly got sucked in by this cover and the very Tom Hardy looking cover model. This book also brought out my heroine hater tendencies and found me squarely in the corner of all the bad bachelors out there. Shocker! The premis...

    My first read from this author but certainly not my last. I adored the unique spin on this romance story.. A fuck the world feisty librarian Darcy and a brooding cock sure PR hotshot Reed. This story really puts forward not to judge a book by its cover (or by gossip from dating sit...

    This is such a fabulous story, wow I didn?t want to put it down once I started it, Stefanie London has such a way with words they bring life to her characters on the pages they become friends people that you feel close to and I just about inhaled this story and yay it is the start of...

    Dating sites, curse or blessing for the modern singleton? With Bad Bachelor, Stefanie London breathes freshness into this rom-com trope about the worst rated bachelor in NYC and the shy, tattooed and pierced librarian who broke through his defenses. Darcy Green knows the library she...

    H-O-T LIBRARIAN ROMANCE. Need I say more? If so, I'll leave you with the fact that there are Goodreads, library and ARC references galore, in addition to a whole lot of sassy romance. I LOVED THIS BOOK! ...

    LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED LOVED OMG what an amazing story! There was so much humor in this story but it was also filled with drama and heartache. I loved the constant back and forth between Reed and Darcy; how they fought their obvious attraction to each other at every chance they got...

    I was not sure I would like Reed cos of the blurbs talk of womanizing ways, but...Reed never lied to a woman. He was upfront about what he wanted. A good time. And if a woman got mad later on cos she wanted more, then give it a rest girl. He said no! Which is why this site in the e...

    A heroine who is a librarian with a passion for books, a primary storyline around saving a library ... um, yes, please! I love the character of Darcy - she's such a unique and interesting character. Add in Reed to the mix and you have the perfect set up for a great romance! I thought t...

    Barbara White Daille?s One Week to Win Her Boss by Stefanie London. This is the First book in the "Bad Bachelors" series. This is the story of Reed McMahon and Darcy Greer. Darcy is getting over a very bad break up but is trying to move forward. Reed is a bachelor living up to a ba...

    3.5 stars Overall, this was a cute read. And Bad Bachelor left me with three conclusions: 1. Obviously- never judge a person based on appearance and supposition. 2. Anonymity can lead people to make some really dumb decisions. 3. I would still be single..very, very, single...

    Stefanie London introduces readers to a campy cast of characters and a new dating app that is taking NYC by storm in this fun contemporary romance, Bad Bachelor, where two unlikely hearts collide! Reed McMahon is a public relations guru and partner in one of New York's biggest PR fi...

    I really enjoyed Stefanie London?s latest book ?Bad Bachelor?. Reed is a hot, in demand image consultant, who is getting his own bad PR on a website called Bad Bachelors. Darcy is a tattooed and pierced Librarian getting past the anniversary of being jilted at the altar. They are...