Bad Company by K.A. Mitchell

Bad Company (Bad in Baltimore, #1)
Grade: C
Hotness Level: Inferno
Kink Level: No Kink
Genre: Contemporary, M/M

Series: Bad in Baltimore #1
Reviewed by Kate


Rich boy Kellan was kicked out and cut off when his dad discovered he broke off his third engagement in a very public way. What better way to get back at his dad than pretending to be very publicly gay? Nate was Kellan’s best friend growing up until Nate admitted he was gay and Kellan quit talking to him. Then Kellan’s dad sunk Nate’s dad financially. Nate agrees to give Kellan a place to stay and help him “come out” in exchange for ruining Kellan’s dad’s company. Now what is Kellan supposed to do with these very real feelings he’s beginning to have for Nate?

This one left me grasping at understanding the characters. Nate came off as uncompromising and judgemental. And while very hot, I just didn’t enjoy Kellan’s transition from straight to gay. I am looking forward to reading the next book though, as I have enjoyed everything else I have read by this author.

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