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BLOG TOUR: A Bad Boy Stole My Bra by Lauren Price Book Review

*I am reviewing this book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts are my own. *


A Bad Boy Stole My BraTitle: A Bad Boy Stole My Bra
Author: Lauren Price
Publisher: Ink Road
Source: Publisher
Rating: 3.5/5 stars





Book Summary:

Imagine waking up in the dead of night to find your hot new neighbour dangling out of your window. What’s more, he's clutching your tattiest bra in his hand.
What. The. Actual. Fudge.
When bad boy Alec Wilde moves in next door to Riley, sparks fly. After their 'unconventional' introduction, Riley is determined to get her own back. A nemesis is just the distraction she needs: inside, she's barely holding it together. It's game on.
But behind the banter, there's a side to Alec that Riley actually likes. How can she get through to the real him when she can't even take herself seriously?
Book Review:
When I heard about A Bad Boy Stole My Bra I was excited about the concept of this book. I really enjoy books with a swoon-worthy romance and those that have comedic elements. ABBSMB does actually that it offers a romance that you will eat and is such a light tone that makes it a great read.

Let's get the negatives out the way first. There were just things I didn't really like. I mean it is a small thing but there's no swearing in the book. This is probably because when writing the book, the author was quite young so she might not want to do it but in place, we get these other words like grasshole which is used a lot. It's such a small thing but I did find it annoying to read it all the time.

I did really like the overall tone of the book, it was comedic and fun, definitely a good read. This was partly due to the prank war involvement which was fun and unique which was one of the reasons why I highly enjoyed the book. This lead to the connection between Alec and Riley. I really liked seeing their relationship grow over the course of the novel and seeing the romance bloom. It was a hate/love relationship which I kind of didn't enjoy but this was a small part of the story so it didn't affect my enjoyment that much. I also raced through the second part of this book and devoured it, it was definitely a quick read. 

There was also anxiety representation in this book which definitely added to the light romance story as diversity is not included in these stories. Although a small part of the book, it was still a good representation and it was nice to see. This was also seen with the lesbian couple in the book as this was a good touch and it was a nice part of diversity and representation.
The Verdict:
A Bad Boy Stole My Bra is the perfect summer read full of romance and comedy. It a great funny YA novel.
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