Good Guys Deserve Bad Girls by AP Miller

Good Guys Deserve Bad Girls by AP Miller

Noble Romance Publishing

 

Please link to:

http://www.longandshortreviews.com/uncategorized/good-guys-deserve-bad-girls-by-ap-miller/

 

That is where you’ll find the final polished, edited review that I submitted to them for this book.  What I have on my page is my version I submitted to them and they looked at, maybe edited, maybe polished up and put up on their site. Sorry for any confusion this may have caused by my lack of understanding. I hope by providing this link, to correct this grievous error on my part.

You know what “they” say . . . . There are girls you don’t take home to mother. There are girls you don’t date on a serious basis. There are girls that are fun to be around, but that you never, ever consider for marriage. They’re not nice girls. They’re bad girls . . . and you should never fall in love with a bad girl.

Or so they say.

But if all that’s true, then what is it about bad girls that make good guys want them so very . . . badly?

Andrew is definitely a nice guy. He’s a hard-working, decent Christian fellow. Good with his hands, honest, honorable, and does the right thing by his family and his church.

Pathrusim is definitely a bad girl. About as unchristian as you can get, what with her being a demoness, straight from the pits of hell itself. She wants to wrap Andrew around her little finger, and enslave him for all eternity.

But what is it about Andrew that draws her to him? If she’s such a bad girl, why does she want so badly to have a . . . nice guy?”

What do Bible verses, a guardian angel, a demon and Aunt Jemima have in common? I found out in this unique story about a succubus and a virgin.

Andrew is a single, upstanding citizen and a devote churchgoer. He also tries to help where he is needed which leads to how he meets Patti. Andrew saves the demon in distress from two men who were attacking her. Unfortunately, the men were demon hunters and Andrew has saved a very bad girl. Andrew now makes it his mission, per his minister, to redeem Patti. I had tears running down my eyes as Andrew’s two heads kept a running conversation with each other throughout the story.

Pathrusium is a succubus who always tells the truth. Weather she is a girl scout, a French maid, the girl next-door or even Aunt Jemima, Patti tries to make Andrew’s dreams come true. When Andrew saved Patti’s other client and agreed to do anything to make her happy. It was like watching a child as she played video games with Andrew. I could feel my heart expanding with the love Patti had for him.

There were a few cute scenes with Dannah, a guardian angel; Aaron, the minister; and even Andrew’s parents. I also loved Malik and his endeavors to try to take Pathrusim away with him.

Don’t let the Bible quotes at the beginning of each chapter throw you. They are well research and fitting to the storyline and chapter they precede. Goods Guys Deserve Bad Girls shows me that there really are good guys out there and I think you’ll agree that not all bad girls are really that bad.

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