A sexy enemies-to-lovers STANDALONE romance from USA Today bestselling author Meghan March.He’s arrogant.She’s self-righteous.I hate him.I want her.I’ve been turning him down for two years straight.Every shut-down makes me work harder.I’m not a one-night stand kind of girl.She doesn’t realize I won’t settle for only one night.He’s a distraction I don’t need.She’ll say yes eventually because I’m not giving up.***“My final ruling is that Bad Judgment is Meghan March’s best work yet.”—USA Today bestselling author T.M. Frazier"We absolutely couldn't get enough of this fresh storyline, the insanely combustible steam and a gripping ending you will NOT see coming!" —The Rockstars of Romance“Meghan March’s writing is so addictive. From the very first page she sucks you in, and that’s exactly what happened with Bad Judgment. It was sexy, angsty, and consuming. Another fantastic read from Meghan. PS, thanks for keeping me up late at night.” —Author Meghan Quinn
If you haven’t read a book by Meghan March by now, then Bad Judgement is an excellent choice as it is standalone romance.
Justine Foster is in her final year of law school and just learned that her scholarship is not being renewed for the last year. Her only options come in the form of stripping or tutoring Ryker Grant, the guy who has been asking her out for the last 2 years. While one seems to definitely be a bad judgement call, you don’t know all the facts yet that go into the deal with Ryker to say which one is worse.
I loved the interaction between Justine and Ryker from the start. She wasn’t one to put up with his bull****, and often times called him on it. While Ryker first wanted to get with her cause of her looks, soon he realizes there is more to her than just looks.
Everything though isn’t as it seems when it comes to their relationship. There are things they are both keeping from each other, that can destroy everything before it gets off the ground. What choices do they make lead to bad judgement that can spell disaster for their lives and careers? And once the decision is made, is it enough to make up for that bad judgement call?
The twists that Meghan is known for in her books are present here literally up to the last couple chapters, and I love that in this story. You are kept in the dark on what is going to come and once it’s brought to light, it’s not something you would have thought of, at least not at first. That is one thing that keeps having me come back and back to her books. I also love the panty-melting inducing love scenes between Justine and Ryker. You could feel the sexual tension way before their first time and it only gets stronger from there.
This is a great book all the way around, and especially if you’ve never read Meghan March before, I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants real characters that want to do the right thing even when bad judgements and decisions happen, like it does to any of us.