Bailey and The Bad Boy

Bailey and The Bad Boy Summary

It’s the last day of school, and everyone is excited for the big summer leading up to our senior year. I was too…until my heart was ripped out of my chest.

As if getting dumped wasn’t bad enough, I’m forced to endure the humiliation of witnessing my ex-boyfriend flaunt his new girl—who also happens to be my now ex-best friend—all over town. Double whammy.

Now I’m the pathetic ex-girlfriend left gutted, heartbroken, and nose deep in a bucket of ice cream. I’m doomed to spend the summer sulking over a guy who thought I was predictable and bad in bed.

So, when I get an offer guaranteeing me some well-deserved payback, of course I’m going to take it. Besides, the plan is simple. Pretend like I’m dating Ryder, the town’s popular bad boy, and make my ex wallow in a pit of jealousy and regret. It’s perfect.

I mean…what could possibly go wrong?

Book Reviews


Bailey and the Bad Boy5 star

I loved it, but got tired of “slammed into a kiss”55

Mary Catherinr

Funny and very High School5 star

I loved the language was hip and not vulgar. Teen age love story with all the drama met my expectations.55


This book is bad I don’t like it2 star

The reviews under this book were a lot more generous than I thought. This is a fun read if you’re like 14 going through your wattpad phase, but other than that I can’t think of a reason one would enjoy this piece of literature.25


Really Bad - DO NOT RECOMMEND1 star

This book is poorly written. The End. The storyline is awful and makes no sense at times. Everything moves along at lightening speed except the main characters acknowledgement that the relationship isn’t fake. There are holes in the story and convenient bows to tidy up messes. The female character is pathetic. She constantly apologizes throughout the book for everything. This says more about who the author is than anything. It’s really insulting that she would write a female lead that is such a stereotype. Just sad. STEAM = 0 SEX SCENES = 0; cringe language with the teenage female lead tells here teenage male boyfriend, “Take me.” Who says that? No one in this century.15


High school drama5 star

This was an easy fun read.55


Bailey and the Bad Boy4 star

Entertaining book. Kind of over the top angst over first love. Enjoyed Ryder.45


The other reviews lied1 star

This felt like a 5th grade drama. I had to stop reading to come check the reviews. Don’t waste your time.15

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Emotional Rollar Costar5 star

This book was amazing from start to finish. Finished it in less than 12 hours. I’m so in love with Ryder’s character and I love how Bailey isn’t afraid to show her emotions. She finally realizes Chace was the problem and from there she blossoms. Also I love the fact the Ryder has always been in love with her (I totally called it😉)55


Page Turner5 star

Great book from beginning to end! Love Ryder’s character!55

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