Good Girl Complex, a review by Amy

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🏖🏖🏖 ½
Good Girl Complex
Elle Kennedy
St. Martin’s Press

Angsty and full of steam. Kennedy puts a new spin on the good girl meets bad boy trope in this quick and easy read.

Mac and Cooper come from very different worlds. On the outside they seem as opposite as night and day. One is a trust fund kid living a life of wealth and privilege. The other is always fighting to get ahead. But not long after the sparks start to fly between the two, it becomes pretty obvious that at their core, they both just want to be accepted for who they truly are.

And while Good Girl Complex dives into some real issues, at its core this book is pure chemistry. I enjoyed watching Coop and Mac learn to be friends first building the tension. And when that first kiss finally happened, it was pure fireworks. From there the book smolders all the way to that happily ever after. Kennedy definitely knows how to write heat.

But I’ll admit… I like to think I’m still young. But reading the anguish these young adults went through definitely reminded me that it’s been a minute since I was in college. And for that reason, I think younger readers will enjoy this one even more than I did.  Even saying that, I will definitely tune in for the next book in this new series.

Thank you Elle Kennedy, St. Martin’s Press, and NetGalley for the opportunity to read and review an advanced copy of this book.

 

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