The Wrong Bachelor (The Wrong Match Book 1)

January 13, 2020 - Comment

Bachelor: A desirable potential boyfriend. AKA not Cole Kingston. Seventeen-year-old Madison (Madi) Matthews wants nothing to do with the dating competition her school is holding to raise money for charity. She’s never been interested in chasing a guy before and she certainly isn’t interested in competing for one in front of the whole school. But,

Bachelor: A desirable potential boyfriend. AKA not Cole Kingston.

Seventeen-year-old Madison (Madi) Matthews wants nothing to do with the dating competition her school is holding to raise money for charity. She’s never been interested in chasing a guy before and she certainly isn’t interested in competing for one in front of the whole school.

But, when Madi is voted as one of the ten “lucky” contestants, she’s given no choice but to vie for the heart of Lincoln High’s most eligible bachelor. The problem is, they’ve chosen the wrong guy.

Cole Kingston might be good looking, great with a football and practically the king of Lincoln High, but he’s also cocky, arrogant, a serial flirt and Madi’s sworn enemy.

Will she be able to resist him though when the competition heats up and he turns his charms on her?

Comments

Anonymous says:

Lovely start but Madis character development was absent The beginning of the story was lovely and really had me hooked, it was written so well, but towards the end it started to show the female lead as a bit of a pushover who doesn’t know her own mind. She was always disbelieving her own emotions and feelings and always believed the worst of the guy she claimed to fall for… In fact, she only believed he was telling the truth when the school bully said it was true.This doesn’t seem like a relationship built on trust, so that section of…

Anonymous says:

It was alright Maybe because I’ve read a lot of books with the same storyline, I was expecting a bit more.But no fault to the author, it just wasn’t for me in the end. An overall good read however, as I love a great guy in a live story.

Anonymous says:

Disappointing I had high hopes for this book as I liked the idea of the story but the book didn’t live up to my expectations. Everything was a bit obvious and felt slightly juvenile. I skimmed to the end.

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