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Bad Boy Brody by Tijan - 5+ Stars [arc review]

Oh look that.. I don't think I've ever been the first one to write a review on GoodReads for a book :)

Prepare to be amazed dear friends!
Tijan delivered yet another masterpiece.

Everything about this book was pure perfection. From the first page to last I was captivated and mesmerized by it all: the story, the beautiful setting, the main characters' souls, the horses, the secondary characters... ALL OF IT was beautifully written.

The Blurb (GoodReads):
(Blurb subject to change) 

The loss of his brother sends Brody Asher from Hollywood Golden Boy to Hollywood Bad Boy. When he might lose a blockbuster movie role because of his new reputation, he agrees to first do a small indie movie to clean up his image.
Arriving on location, he’s not ready for the family politics and mystery surrounding the movie script that was based on a real life murder. And he’s most definitely not ready to fall in love with the person that was the reason for the murder in the first place, or the fact that no one is supposed to know about her.

Every time I read a new book by Tijan I go: "this is my new book boyfriend". And every time I question how on earth she will top that. And EVERY DAMN TIME she does just that.
Bad Boy Brody is many things, a bad boy is not one of them. Sure, he is going through a rough period in life and acting out. But that is not who he is.
I loved how subtle his character was...as in, although he is the main character his presence in the book is not overpowering, it is his love for the wild girl he met by the river that is. I have no idea how Tijan did that, but it was such a wonderful touch.
Morgan is wild, care free and beautiful! At first you thing she will be this innocent and breakable flower of a girl, but as you get to know her the very opposite is true. She is strong and brave. She is damaged too, but not less strong because of it. And you will truly feel like you are part of her healing process while reading her story.

Once again Tijan wrote amazing secondary characters. She does it every time so I shouldn't be surprised anymore :)

I don't want to give you all the story away, so I will stop here. But guys, make sure you grab this beauty when it comes out. It was fab!!!


Release Date: May 7th 2018
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