Review: Bound to the Bad Boy by Molly Ann Wishlade

Bound to the Bad Boy by Molly Ann Wishlade
Release Date:  April 30, 2014
Publisher:  Evernight Publishing
Pages:    130
Source: book provided by the publisher for review

 

 

A high school reunion. A Dom. A sub. Old secrets.

Megan Agnelli returns to her hometown of Cherub, Minnesota, hoping to prove to herself that her feelings for her first love, Matt King, are firmly in the past. Once her lover and her Dom, Matt has haunted her thoughts and her dreams for the last four years. She knows that she might bump into the handsome, tattooed biker at the high school reunion. But she still decides to go.

Matt went down for a crime he didn’t commit. Megan abandoned him when he needed her most. Hurt and confused, he tried to soldier on. For his motorcycle club. For Megan. Because he believed that she should be able to choose a life without him…if that was what she really wanted.

One night brings everything rushing back. The pain of loss. The overwhelming desire. The intense passion between a Dom and his sub. But can they heal the hurts of the past and move forward to create a future, or will it just be one hot reunion?

 

Review:  Bound to the Bad Boy by Molly Ann Wishlade is not part of a series that I could find. I do hope we get to see these characters again in the future.  I choice this book because the summer look interesting.

Megan Agnelli attends her high school reunion in an effort to face her past and put her demons to rest.   Megan want to be able to leave the past that hunts her in the past and this is her way of facing it.   Her biggest regret is leaving her first love and first Dom Matt.  He is who she measures all others against.

Matt King is an attractive and sexy Dom who is also a biker that is part of a motorcycle club. Matt took the fall for a crime he did not commit for which Megan left him as a result.  Matt has had a rough life since high school.

The connection between Matt and Megan is intense.  The more time they spend together the more it’s apparent that the old feelings are still there.  The sex scenes are scorching.  Matt and Megan faced the issues in their past in an effort to stay together and maybe have a chance together.

I found this book well written with a thrilling plot.  The main characters and secondary characters were interesting.  The ending was a bit predictable but watching two people that loved each other in the past fall back in love was fascinating.  Overall, this was a spectacular story.

 

 

Melissa sig