Bad Influence

Bad Influence

by K.A. Mitchell

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Overview

When Zebadiah Harris returns to the country and finds the young lover he abandoned working on the street corner, Silver plans a seductive revenge. Can they build a future from the pieces of a broken

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781640804227
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press, LLC
Publication date: 06/12/2018
Series: Bad in Baltimore , #4
Pages: 260
Sales rank: 976,526
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

K.A. Mitchell discovered the magic of writing at an early age when she learned that a carefully crayoned note of apology sent to the kitchen in a toy truck would earn her a reprieve from banishment to her room. Her career as a spin-control artist was cut short when her family moved to a two-story house and her trucks would not roll safely down the stairs. Around the same time, she decided that Ken and G.I. Joe  made a much cuter couple than Ken and Barbie and was perplexed when invitations to play Barbie dropped off. She never stopped making stuff up, though, and was thrilled to find out that people would pay her to do it. Although the men in her stories usually carry more emotional baggage than even LAX can lose in a year, she guarantees they always find their sexy way to a happy ending.

K.A. loves to hear from her readers. You can email her at ka@kamitchell.com. She is often found talking about her imaginary friends on Twitter @ka_mitchell.



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Bad Influence 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The 4th book in the series had the hardest story line to read about and a wonderful message (actually several of them) that it's never too late to make changes, HIV is manageable and you can live a full life and forgiveness can be a wonderful gift. All given to the reader in the package of 2 interesting MC's amongst the cast of all the MC's from the previous books. It's great how the author brings them all together.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was excited to read the next book of K.A but it didn't read right. The past books read like you were in the moment, couldn't wait for the next sentence, edge of your seat story. This story read...ok. worth the money, but not the quality of past writes. I only had to start reading Bad Additude again to remind myself of what this author is capable of. TM
kismirrorimage More than 1 year ago
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
2.5 Stars ~Reviewed by ANN & posted at Under the Covers Book Blog I’ve been a big fan of K.A. Mitchell for awhile so I was excited for the fourth book in the Bad in Baltimore series called BAD INFLUENCE. However, upon starting, I felt something different about this book. At first, I wondered if it was because I wasn’t in a good reading mojo. The week had been a brutal one and had sapped a lot of my emotions out already, but for some reason, I still couldn’t find myself connecting to a lot of the characters in this book. Jordan Barnett told his parents he was gay. Instead of accepting it, his parents threw him out and put him in a conversion camp where they hoped they could remove him of his sins. Jordan then went to see someone he trusted to help him out of the situation, but was turned down. Despite his broken heart, Jordan didn’t give up but transformed into Silver, a street-savvy man who became a prostitute. I really liked Silver. I thought he was the one character in this book that had different dimensions, wasn’t overly annoying and had a strong presence. However, the rest of the characters seemed to annoy me most of the time as I read. Mitchell places a lot of emphasis on past characters in the series. While I think it’s nice to have the tie in, it also creates for a lot of drama, especially when you include individual as well as couple issues. The story becomes too convoluted with everything that is going on. Because of that, I also feel that Zeb’s character wasn’t really formed fully. He didn’t stand out very much and I still don’t know why. I just never really connected with him at all and found his character to be forgettable. As a result, it made it hard for me to believe in the romance. So while BAD INFLUENCE didn’t resonate with me as much as I had hoped it would, it’s still a great read if you enjoy angst in your books. *ARC provided by publisher