Danika hasn’t had an easy life. Being insanely attracted to bad boys has never helped make it easier.
One look at Tristan, and every brain cell she possessed went up in smoke. This man was trouble with a capital T. It was a given.
She knew better. Bad boys were bad. Especially for her. Considering her history, it was crazy to think otherwise. So why did crazy have to feel so damn fine?
For as long as she could remember, Danika had been focused on the future with single-minded purpose. Tristan came along and taught her everything there was to know about letting go, and living in the present. She fell, hard and deep. Of course, that only made her impact with the ground that much more devastating.
Train wreck of a love story is correct. So bad I couldn’t look away. I couldn’t put the book down. If you know me, you know I love angst and I’m a huge sucker for it. Sassy heroine, witty dialogue, dysfunctional couple, it was like my book soulmate!
Danika’s life has been anything but easy and now that she has stability and is comfortable with her life she is determined to keep it that way. And then, Tristan comes conveniently barreling into her life and she learns how to let go and live in the moment.
Danika was great and a very realistic character. I love how witty and tough she was and her no bullshit personality was refreshingly great. She was strong when she needed to be but also very vulnerable at times. Tristan was broody and mean and that was annoying but his soft and sincere moments melted my heart. You could see the differences between how he was with Danika and how he was with someone else.
I swooned, got hot and bothered (a lot), laughed, and wanted to throat punch every character at least once but then I would just get choked up. Bad Things is my kind of book. The writing is good. The emotions are tumultuous. The storyline is addictive. The secondary characters are great. It was just great. I’m rushing to get the second one now.