Sarah Campbell’s never bid in her high school's charity auction to win a date with one of the school's hottest guys. And she’s certainly not going to start now—when she’s still hurting over a bad breakup. The absolute last thing she’d ever do is bid on Mr. Ego himself, Chance DuPont.
Chance just wanted to help out a worthy cause, not get roped into not one but six dates with someone who seemingly can’t stand him. But when Sarah’s friends bid on him on her behalf, that’s exactly where he ends up. Now a local blog is covering the story by following them on all their dates, too?
Seems like everyone loves a good love story—except the two living it.
Disclaimer: This Entangled Teen Crush book contains one fender-bender meet-cute, two well-meaning best friends, and endless steamy moments. It may inspire you to plan your own six dates with someone special!
Each book in the Girlfriend Request series is STANDALONE:
* The Girlfriend Request
* The Boyfriend Bid
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he Boyfriend Bid is a cute, quick read that only requires a teensy bit of suspension of belief (would grown adults really think a last-minute raffle of a high schooler to a bunch of his peers for a prize of six dates with him is a good idea? How many of those peers would really have $300 left at the end of a charity raffle? And the reality TV/blog aspect of it? Don't get me started...) but their cause is good--though I would have liked to have seen it played up more--the characters are fun, and many of their scenes together are cute. It was frustrating at times (why does Sarah hold on to her witchiness for so long? For pity's sake, why don't the two of them just ditch the cameras and microphones and have a conversation already?) but entertaining overall. Like in the first book in the series ( The Girlfriend Request ) many of their plans weren't terribly well thought out, but that just added to the fun. Second in the series, but should also work just fine as a standalone. Rating: 3 stars / C+ I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
The boyfriend bid is an enjoyable easy read. It’s cliche but I liked it all the same. Chance is a misunderstand jock. He’s popular but still has insecurities. He’s a nice guy. Sarah is a girl with a broken heart. Her last bf was a jerk and she isn’t looking for a replacement. Her friends want her to get over her ex and take her out to the bidding auction. They have the intention of finding her a safe date. The dating bid gives Sarah and Chance 6 weeks to get to know each other. This is well written and fairly predictable. It’s what you think it’s going to be with a swoon-worthy ending. *I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.
so in a strange coincidence, the boyfriend bid has a bit in common with an accidental date with a billionaire. except this is the young adult version. there's a charity bid and working for habitat fr humanity. but this prickly heroine, sarah campbell, has been cheated on by her ex-boyfriend and kind of down with love. meanwhile chance dupont just moved to a new high school and is basically a total dreamboat. like sarah is super duper mean to him most of the time, and he's totally smitten. and for being a jock and cute and hot, he's humble and completely unaware of his dreamboat status. and he knows that sarah is a total basketcase who is afraid of commitment and does such a good job of respecting her boundaries that she doesn't even realize he is completely in love with her. i know i'm making it seem as if sarah is completely unlikeable, but that really isn't it. she's lost and confused and gun-shy, he just is super dreamy. anyway, this is a very sweet and enjoyable read. **the boyfriend bid will publish on april 8, 2019. i received an advance reader copy courtesy of netgalley/entangled publishing (crush) in exchange for my honest review.
I could not put this book down! Chance pulled me in from the opening paragraph, and with Sarah in the mix, it made for one crazy romance. Chance made this book. While I liked Sarah, I found myself wanting more chapters from his point of view. I hope the author doesn't leave this world just yet. There are a couple of people I would love to see get their happily ever after.