Bad Boy Blues on April 11, 2019
Cleopatra Paige hates one thing in this world -- just one -- and his name is Zachariah Prince.
In grade school, he pulled at her pigtails. In middle school, he spread false rumors about her. And in high school, he ruined her prom.
She hates that his smirks are unfairly sexy. And she definitely loathes that his dark eyes seem to follow her everywhere. Sometimes, even in her dreams.
It doesn’t matter that he’s rich and popular or that he lives in a freaking mansion full of butlers and maids. He’s rude and arrogant, and she wants to stay as far away from him as possible.
But unfortunately for Cleo, she lives in the same freaking mansion as Zach.
Only he’s the prince and she’s the lowly maid who serves him.
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5 Royal Blue Stars ⭐️
It’s simple. I loved Bad Boy Blues. The emotions I felt reading this book broke me in so many pieces that I had to pause at times just to regroup; and then it gently put me back together.
Cleopatra Paige with her Combat Boots, Blue Hair and matching Navy Lipstick, is no damsel in distress. Even years of bullying from her high school nemesis Zach Prince & his minions have not broken her spirit. The death of her parents a year earlier; just might.
Abandoning her dreams to buy back her family home, sees Cleo working as a maid for the Prince Family. But what happens when you come face to face with your school enemy that has returned after a 3-year absence and you’re now part of the household staff?
Going into this story you’re adamant that Zach Prince has no redeeming qualities. Well how could he after the abuse that Cleo endured?
‘That’s the thing about bullying, isn’t it? You never forget. Never. You might pretend that everything’s okay now. That years might have dulled their effect.’
But here’s the thing, even a bully has a backstory. There is no excusing bullying in any form….but I bled for Zach as well.
Once they admit that their paths should have been different and begin embracing their love over hate, it was bittersweet and oh so passionate….