Good Girl Gone Plaid (The McLaughlins #1)
by Shelli Stevens
Falling for the bad boy is even more dangerous the second time around.Good Girl Gone Plaid by Shelli Stevens
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
A yummy modern romance with loads of angst.
I really enjoyed this book and felt the pace was great. It really flowed and had a terrific voice. It has a mixed narrative so you get the thoughts of both lead characters, I love this! It is so much easier to engage with the characters and you get a different feel for each of them. This is very important because both have serious flaws and faults that you might not be able to get past if you only heard from one of them.
We also get plenty of flashbacks, giving us two different stories in one book. You get the initial romance and crash, along with the rekindling. There are things as a reader you have to let go of in order to like both characters and be all for the romance. I have to say the twist was no surprise to me.
Good Girl Sarah was really interesting to read and I can't say I agreed with all her choices. I liked her sassy attitude and really was trying to see her POV.
Ian is super yummy!! I love a delicious tattooed bad boy, oh and he has a dishy accent, sign me up!!! I am all about this beefcake!
The dynamic between the two is electric and you really feel the sexual tension all the way! The steam factor is swoon worthy!! Some very delicious scenes that will thoroughly warm a gal up!!
Can't wait to get into the rest of the series!! I love it when we have siblings that need romances too!! Please let Aleck be next!!! Definitely hooked!!
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About The Author -
Shelli is a New York Times Bestselling Author who read her first romance novel when she snatched it off her mother’s bookshelf at the age of eleven. One taste and she was forever hooked. It wasn’t until many years later that she decided to pursue writing stories of her own. By then she acknowledged the voices in her head didn’t make her crazy, they made her a writer.
Shelli currently lives in the Pacific Northwest with her daughter where she writes various genres of romance. She’s a compulsive volunteer, and has been known to spontaneously burst into song.