Good at Being Bad

Good at Being Bad

by Codi Gary

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BN ID: 2940157514594
Publisher: NYLA
Publication date: 07/10/2017
Series: Rock Canyon, Idaho , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 57,404
File size: 631 KB

About the Author

Codi Gary loves writing books that pull at her reader’s heartstrings and tickle their funny bones. She is a member of RWA’s Honor Roll, and can’t imagine writing anything that doesn’t have a happily ever after. When she isn’t writing, or procrastinating on Facebook, she can be found snuggling with her furry or human babies, reading something fantastic, or watching addicting TV shows and movies. She will always be a rom-com enthusiast and die hard supporter of her local animal shelter. She lives in Idaho with her husband, adorable children, and mischievous pets. To keep up with Codi, check out her website and follow her newsletter at

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Good at Being Bad 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
nelriv More than 1 year ago
I think this is the last book, and I am sad to say good bye, but am glad that we finally got our resident good boy Mike taken care of, he deserved it. Ellie was always wild, and her family had a horrible reputation, but she was finally trying to grow up and change her life for the better. Mike was always the good guy, too good that his girlfriends would dump him for being too nice. However, he and Ellie did not get along, but their chemistry was combustible. They finally put aside their conflict and became friends, and eventually so much more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In true Codi Gary form she delivers every time. She has a unique ability to write about characters that get stuck in your head and pull at the heart strings. This ending of the series left me heart broken because it's over but thrilled because the characters I've fallen in love with are where I'd hope they would end up.