Thursday, June 15, 2017

InkSlinger PR Spotlight + Review: Blackmailing the Bad Girl by Nina Croft

Today we have the blog tour stop for Blackmailing the Bad Girl by Nina Croft! Check it out and grab your copy today!

About Blackmailing the Bad Girl:

Cynical CEO, Nik Masterton, believes he’s finally met a woman who isn’t interested in his money…until she vanishes with a hefty amount of it. He’s been searching for her ever since and has finally found her doing a stint in Holloway prison for stealing...from someone else. Clearly, he’s just one of many. Now she’s coming out, and it’s time for a little payback.

After two years in prison, Summer Delaney is determined she’s never going back. While she had good reasons for doing what she did, it’s time to move on to a new life and earn an honest living. Unfortunately, there’s a glitch in her plan, and he’s waiting at the gate as she comes out.

Nik isn’t above using blackmail to make Summer work for him until he decides just how he’ll get his revenge. But this time they’re both determined to keep their distance. Right until the inconvenient attraction explodes between them...

My Thoughts:

I totally wanted to read Blackmailing the Bad Girl for the title alone. Seriously, the title made it sound like it could be a lot of fun. Then I read the blurb and said hey lets try it. I wasn't a fan of Summer. I thought she was a little whinny, and mean to Nik. Had she told Nik the truth she wouldn't have been in the mess she was in. Now Nik. OH MY GOSH I LOVE HIM! Seriously. He was kind of mean to Summer at first, but then again she did rob him, and left him without a trace. However, he finds her and offers her a chance to change her life even though she planned on doing so. Summer has a serious hang up on the rich people, and her impressions comes from her mothers experiences on life. Poor Nik has to prove to her not all rich guys should be painted with the same brush. Anyway, Nik is a super sweet guy, and he truly wants to help Summer. 

While I was reading Blackmailing the Bad Girl I forgot that it was a Brazen book. This probably one the more tamer Brazen books I have read. I did like story. I really like Nik, because he starts off wanting to be vindicated, but gets to know Summer again he wants to be with her. While Summer isn't if she can trust Nik. However, I did love the ending. That was probably one of the best things about the book. Nik stole my heart with what he did for Summer. Anyway, if you are in the mood for a little blackmail, you might give Blackmailing the Bad Girl a go. 

Copy provided by Entangled via NetGalley

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About Nina Croft:
Growing up in the cold, wet, north of England, Nina Croft spent a lot of time dreaming of faraway sunnier places and ponies. When she discovered both, along with a whole load of other things, could be found between the covers of a book, her life changed forever.
Later, she headed south, picked up the perfect husband along the way, and together they volunteered to work in Africa. There they discovered a love of exotic places and a dislike of 9-5 work. Afterward they spent a number of years travelling (whenever possible) intermingled with working (whenever necessary.) Eventually they stumbled upon a remote area in the mountains of southern Spain and the small almond farm they now call home.
Nina spends her days reading, writing and riding her mare, Gencianna, under the blue Spanish skies—sunshine and ponies. She reckons this is proof that dreams really can come true if you want them enough.

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