The Bachelor Society (The Bachelors Club, #1)

The Bachelor Society (The Bachelors Club, #1)

by Sara Ney

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Overview

What is the Bachelor Society?

It's a gentleman's club—like the dignified men of the past used to have.

Except, we're not gentleman, and we're not dignified.

We're ineligible bachelors; bored, jaded and not looking for relationships. Quite the opposite actually

We're so committed to being single, we've created a high stakes bet to see who can remain single the longest. Rules are involved. Prizes.

Laugh it up, but I'm no loser. 

Enemy number one to my single status? My irresistible neighbor, Abbott Margolis. She with her evil cat Desdemona, and Sexy AF pencil skirts. She's kind and beautiful and hilarious. We can't get involved, no matter how much her meddling grandmother pushes us together. But if I was going to lose this bet for anyone? It would be for Abbott. 

Let's face facts: I'm a bastard, unwilling to settle down. Especially when there's a bet to win.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163619429
Publisher: Sara Ney
Publication date: 01/28/2020
Series: The Bachelors Club
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 32,007
File size: 271 KB

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The Bachelor Society (The Bachelors Club, #1) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Laura_F 25 days ago
Sara Ney has been on my TBR forever so I thought this new series would be a great starting point for me. Brooks and Abbott's story definitely had some interesting characters, including a cat who gets her (or is it his) own POV for a few chapters. This book was light and fun. Abbott's quick wit was my favorite thing about this book. I definitely liked this book and I'm excited to read the next book.
BookAngel_Emma 21 days ago
You could easily be forgiven in thinking that the story would be full of angst and dominant male behaviour; I am happy to say this is not the case, despite the title the story is surprisingly sweet and endearing. Brooks is a successful architect although it is a far cry from his upbringing where money was a problem and he barely scraped along the poverty line. It is his memories of the struggle he faced in childhood which ultimately drives him in the present, however, they also cloud his judgement. Abbott is the other end of the economic scale but you wouldn’t think so with her down-to-earth nature. She has worked hard to achieve her position in her career and yet still feels the need to continually prove herself to her colleagues. She is a glorious introvert while able to be assertive in her personal life. Abbott and Brooks are neighbours in their apartment building where Brooks inserts himself into Abbott’s life in the quest for free food. The underlying issue could be seen as both Abbott and Brooks are lonely and together they provide the care and companionship they have been missing in their lives. Despite the easy and natural flow of the relationship between Abbott and Brooks, Brooks is determined to hold himself back because of the ridiculous bet he has going with his friends; a bet that he himself devised. It is this bet which creates friction between Abbott and Brooks. I have to say this is the second book I have read with a wonderful matriarchal figure in the form of Abbott’s nan who Brooks immediately adopts as his own. If she wants to also adopt me and meddle in my life I would be totally cool with that The narrative also demonstrates how very immature men can be when it comes to handling their emotions. I cannot wait to see what the future has in store for the two remaining bachelors.
Gin 23 days ago
Pure entertaining! Silly fun, crazy cat, cool Nan, super cool intern, and a couple that are too much fun. What starts out as a ‘boo” on romance turns into the BBS, a ‘not club’ club of dinkhead guys and a few stupid rules. Head bastard, Brooks, is down on romance after a breakup and wouldn’t you know it, the minute the rules are dry he meets “the one.’ From the first encounter between the quirky Abbott and the super cute Brooks is a hilarious mess. I laughed half way through the book at this fabulous ‘not a relationship’ relationship between these two. They build a unique friendship with a slow build to something more. The more being love. There’s not a lot of sex in the story but there’s a titillating build up to a couple of unconventional sexy encounters that had me melting with anticipation. The writing was terrific and the characters were spectacular. Abbott as the unassuming rich, smart gal that also is very pretty and has her own brand of sexuality is a wonderful heroine. Sassy mouth, smart brain, a crazy cat and the best grandmother. She’s has her eye on her handsome neighbor but is too shy to make a move until Brooks forces her hand. His objective was free food but soon he realizes he likes hanging with Abbott. And then there’s the fabulous Nan. Brooks vacillates between being a hunky, smart, rising professional to being a goofy frat guy. He’s terrific and comes through in a big way for Abbott at the risk of losing his “inheritance’. The BBS is made up of three guys that were...well, I have no words. They make my head hurt with their butthurt feelings and misguided ideas. So funny and I can’t wait for more from the BBS. There are some really great secondary characters in Nan, Taylor and Bambi. The cat, Desi, was part hilarious and part too in your face. I didn’t care for his/her POV and I wanted more from the epilogue. But overall it’s a winner for me with the fantastic friendship to lover relationship between two of the best characters in Abbott and Brooks and the hilarious BBS group of guys.
Rina_S 25 days ago
4.5 stars This is an entertaining story with quirky characters and great banter! Abbott is a sassy, say it like it is character with a funny cat and Nan! She was hilarious! The words that came out if her mouth were just too funny! When she meets her neighbor Brooks, lets just say this friendship is rather endearing! Brooks is charming and a man that seems fun to be around. I really enjoyed this book! Especially the way Abbotts Nan was a force to be reckoned with! Im not kidding! She was such good value! This story is lighthearted and a pleasure to read! A definite great start to a new series by the author!
Robin2000 25 days ago
A cute, sweet romantic comedy. Brooks is the typical idiot bachelor type. Down on romance since he was dumped and mad at coupledom. Abbott is the smart and sassy rich girl whose never been great a finding true love. When these two finally discover they’re neighbors, will they find someone to fight the loneliness? I laughed quite a bit during this book and found their friendship pretty enjoyable. It was a fun read with low angst and I just wish there’d been a bit more details about Abbott’s work and conflict. Or Brooks’ friends and the “society”. But overall it was a quick and easy romcom and made me smile.