Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Review: Bad Boys by Pat Cunningham

Bad Boys by Pat Cunningham

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Alternative Romance

Heat Rating: 3



"Chicks dig the bad boys." So claims Boranaz the demon, and to prove it he intends to seduce Solian the angel’s charge, a mortal woman named Wanda.

However, over the course of dinner dates, clubbing and an unexpected kiss, Boranaz finds himself falling instead for Solian’s heavenly hotness. Suddenly the game plan changes. Can Boranaz tempt the good guy into taking a chance on a bad boy, or will his hopes for a happy ending go straight to Hell?

Lorien’s Review

Good guys always finish last. In this case, that’s actually a good thing for the angel Solian. For sixteen centuries, Solian has been watching within close proximity and lusting for the sexy demon Boranaz. However, getting tangled up with the bad boy was out of the question. That was until Boranaz gives him one hell of a kissing demonstration.

The mischievous demon, Boranaz is always trying to stir up trouble with mortals just to piss off the angel. When Solian tells him about his reassignment to watch over a mortal woman named Wanda, Boranaz tries to seduce the human to the dark side. To make a point that chicks prefer bad boys over nice guys, he challenges Solian to have Wanda by the end of the week. But after being rejected, Boranaz changes his game plan and turns his pursuit onto the gorgeous angel that’s more than meets the eye.

Readers who are in the mood for a sinful romance and fantastic plot are sure to enjoy Bad Boys. The book contains a ton of heat and plenty of emotional tension. I was hooked from the first page. The characters were likeable and amusing with their own desires and imperfections. It was a fun, deliciously erotic read with just enough conflict and a jaw-dropping love scene near the end.

Pat Cunningham did an amazing job with the dialogue and the romance development between the characters. Boranaz was totally the bad boy with a quick mouth and tough attitude. It was good to see that he finally comes to term with himself and realizes what he’s been looking for was right in front of him the whole time. All things considered, Wanda found her happy ending as well. Overall, this was a great paranormal romance story about two characters from different side of the track that are able to find love and romance with each other despite their immortal boundaries.

Warnings: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language and m/m elements.

4 1/2 Tea Cups!

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