Sweetly Bad

Sweetly Bad

by Anya Breton
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Sweetly Bad by Anya Breton

Drew couldn't imagine anything worse than being stranded in a two-cellular-bar town with a broken-down Ferrari...until his mother--his own mother!--marked him as a rogue Air witch and canceled all his credit cards. Now he's kill-on-sight in the Underground, and the only person willing to help him is the curvy human mechanic who towed his car. A strangely delectable curvy human mechanic.

The last thing Erica needs is a yuppie playboy freeloading in her garage. Still, she can't bring herself to turn Drew out into the sultry heat, even if he is a bit of an ass. A gorgeous, incorrigible, everything-your-mother-warned-you-against ass. Soon the heat isn't the only thing sultry in the garage and self-control is the last thing on her mind. They agree to a one-night stand, but Drew's magical secrets are dangerous--and catching up to him fast.

Hot and explicit sex with the right (plus-sized) woman just might redeem this bad boy hero.

The stand-alone sequel to Wickedly Good.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157205010
Publisher: Fiery Heart Services
Publication date: 01/05/2017
Series: Hexed Nights , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 218
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Anya Breton is a web monkey with an obsession for nail polish and rubber chickens. Her fears include Peeps and people who hate clowns. Her genres include erotic romance, urban fantasy, and young adult--all with a little quirk. She lives in the Midwest where land is cheap and corn is cheaper.

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Sweetly Bad 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
LilyElementBookReviews More than 1 year ago
Erica is a plus sized human mechanic that is skilled at her job. Surprised with a broken down Ferrari, and a rich playboy, Erica has a challenge on her hands. Add in that her shop isn't seeing as much business as it needs to and the business it does see has mysterious issues popping up gives Erica a lot to deal with. I liked Erica's character, but she does need to stand up for herself more. Her sister takes advantage of her and isn't the nicest person. Erica just kind of takes it rather than stand up for herself. Drew Haizea is an Air witch that is coddled in every bit of his life. His mother is tired of him being a deadbeat and marks him as a rogue which allows other witches to kill him on sight, though few would dare. Without the rogue status being lifted, Drew must man up and dodge the assassins that are out to get him. I was intrigued to see if he could put aside his selfishness and help someone else, his character seemed like he would take the easy way out. While this is book two in the series, this can be read as a standalone. I'm a fan of witch stories, so I thought it was unique that the male was the witch while the female was human. Toss in that the main character being plus sized makes this story different from the others in this genre. I love ABreton's writing, if you're a fan of paranormal books with romance you'll enjoy Sweetly Bad.
Peachs44 More than 1 year ago
This is a giggler! Sweetly Bad had me in stitches. Drew is rich, spoiled, lazy and smart (His words!). Erica is curvy in all the right places. He's stranded in a two cellular bar town and Erica is stuck with Drew in her garage. What's a girl to do. I really enjoy a book with sex and humor. The story starts pretty simple, Drew's Ferrari breaks down and Erica tows him back to her garage to repair his car. Things go downhill pretty fast for Drew but in such a comically way. Ah a woman's revenge to see a hot guy and his epic fail. Erica is in a bit of a dry spell and when a one-night stand is offered up she takes a chance. The sexual attraction is pretty hot but oh does Drew have a thing or two to learn. (Insert some serious giggling here!). Seriously, I was smirking the whole way though this book. I'm not sure if author Anya Breton's intent was to make a humorous book, but if it was, she definitely succeeded in my book. Anybody who enjoys a cute story that will keep you laughing will enjoy Sweetly Bad. I see this is a stand-alone sequel to Wickedly Good. I think I'll try that one next. I received this book from JeepDiva for the express purposes of an honest review. The opinions and rating of this review are solely mine and in no way was I compensated. Stars - 3 Flames - 3