Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Mia and the Bad Boy (Backstage Pass #2) by Lisa Burstein

Sponsored post: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Entangled Publishing, LLC and NetGalley.
Mia and the Bad Boy
Blurb (from Goodreads):
This good girl’s about to meet her match…

Ryder Brooks is living the dream—he’s famous, loved by millions of girls, and miserable. All he really wants is to write his own music, not Seconds to Juliet’s sugary sweet pop. In order to do that, though, the “bad boy” of the band will have to play by the rules. And that includes behaving with his new—and super cute—über-good-girl tutor.

Mia Reyes is in fangirl heaven. Tutoring her favorite member of her favorite band? It’s a dream come true…until it turns into a complete nightmare. Ryder is nothing like she thought. He’s crude, arrogant, and pretty much a total jerk. And the worst part? She’s roped into pretending to be his girlfriend so that no one finds out he’s being tutored. Fake kisses, plenty of PDA, and even sharing his hotel room…

But sometimes even the baddest of bad boys needs a little redemption.


Mia and the Bad Boy by Lisa Burstein

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


Mia and the Bad Boy(Source: I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read-to-review basis. Thanks to Entangled Publishing, LLC and NetGalley.)

“You are one weird girl,” Ryder said, but in his head he really meant, You are like no girl I have ever met. You are like no girl I ever thought I would meet.



This was a cute YA contemporary romance with a bad-boy rock star.

I liked both Ryder and Mia, Ryder was a bit of a bad-boy and was adorably rude, whilst Mia was very much a good girl, and not the type to drop everything for a fling.

“Her mother would do whatever was necessary to make sure Mia’s future was safe.
Unfortunately, alone in a room with Ryder, she had no idea how she would be.”




The storyline in this was pretty good, even if it was a little predictable, and I liked the way the romance moved slowly. Ryder and Mia made a really cute couple, and it was so sweet the way they gave things up for love.

“You get a question right,” she flirted, “You get a kiss. You get it wrong…”
“I still get a kiss?” he replied with a devilish smile.
Amusement teased her lips. “Let’s just hope for your sake that you don’t get one wrong.”




The ending to this was pretty good, and I liked the happy ending.
7 out of 10

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