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How bad can this good girl be? PA Catherine North is twin-set-and-pearls perfect.  Her hair is tightly coiled and so is her sex life – it’s safer that way.  Her only release comes from the steamy romance novel she secretly pens, featuring her too-hot-to-handle boss, Max Rutherford. After all, a girl has to channel those fantasies into something productive… ! But when Max fHow bad can this good girl be? PA Catherine North is twin-set-and-pearls perfect.  Her hair is tightly coiled and so is her sex life – it’s safer that way.  Her only release comes from the steamy romance novel she secretly pens, featuring her too-hot-to-handle boss, Max Rutherford. After all, a girl has to channel those fantasies into something productive… ! But when Max finds the steamy book he sees his perfect PA in a whole new light.  Now he wants to know just how bad his good girl can be… and he’s going to enjoy every minute of finding out!...

Title : Turning the Good Girl Bad
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ISBN : 9780263911534
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 175 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Turning the Good Girl Bad Reviews

  • Desere
    2019-02-16 16:36

    Every good girl wants a bad boy , no matter how many times she tells you she doesn't, deep down she craves the excitement of being with a sexy bad boy, who will rough her up or at least rough up her life just a little.In the latest read from Avril Tremayne the good girl is PA Catherine North, she's all cookies and cream perfection, her hair is tightly coiled and so is her sex life. Saver that way she always says. But as I said every good girl craves a little release from the world of always being good. Caterhine's release comes in the form of the very super sexy romance novel she secretly writes. it features her very hot and too hot to handle boss, Mr Bad Boy make my knees go weak Max Rutherford. Then suddenly Max get's his hands on the book and starts to see prim and proper Catehrine in a whole different light. He wants to see just how bad the good girl can be, and he's planning in enjoying every minute of it!This is the second book from this author and it was as awesome as the first ! This author packed humor, pure romantic bliss and awesome writing into this book from the start go!I was complete hooked to this read, the intensity of the characters was mind blowing. I adored the heroine, it was so much fun to read about how she unravels after Max finds the " dirty book". Max was a bit of a jerk, but hey show me the boss that's not, especially when he has an overwhelming attraction for his PA!I laughed, I cried, I yelled and I ached for these two to find their happy ever after, which when it came was as romantic as it was funny. I highly recommend this read for all fans of romance with a twist! This author knows how to grab your attention, entraps you in her world and once you're there trust me you will never want to leave!Brilliant work Avril!5/5 star review "Good girl goes bad, but will the bad have her reaching for a chainsaw to slice the bad away?"

  • Sandra R
    2019-01-25 16:47

    Pretty steamy read. Nicely written, but I wouldn't say I'm a great fan of all the one word 'sentences' (not sure what else to call them) It did make for a fast paced story however and gave a breathless feel to the romance, which I'm sure the author was going for. I liked that it was a different style of writing - especially for a M & B. I will be reading more from this author.

  • Cheryl M-M
    2019-02-19 15:31

    Tremayne has attempted to throw the spotlight on quite a few serious issues in this short romance. I think the playful fantasy role-playing, in regards to the infamous book featured in the story, doesn’t balance well with the serious intent.Sexual harassment is still far too commonplace in our day and age. Both women and men find themselves victims of people, who believe they have the right to overstep intimate boundaries and personal space. Catherine has found herself in a situation like that, and the repercussions of the harassment still influence her daily life.Catherine pretends to be something she isn’t, a buttoned up and straight-laced prim woman. She hides the fun-loving fashionista behind dull clothes and a bland exterior. Why? Because she believes, and was told by her abuser that she brought it all upon herself for looking too good. Her fault because she dressed in a way that provoked him to attack her.Of course this is the part of the story where one needs to step lightly. To make sure no victim blaming or shaming occurs in any way shape or form. The character of Catherine leans towards that representation, which isn’t pleasant, but perhaps a true representation of how society makes people in these situations feel, especially women and girls.Max helps Catherine to move beyond the fear and the misconceptions she has about herself and the men around her. He understands that she needs to heal before the two of them can be together.I received a copy of this book courtesy of Harlequin UK and Mills & Boon.

  • ReadingInThe6ix
    2019-01-21 19:28

    3.5 starsI enjoyed both Max and Catherine in this. I thought Max was really great, although I'm not sure why the author mentioned how he bellowed at Catherine constantly - it didn't really seem to fit and wasn't consistent with his behaviour most of the time. I thought Catherine was interesting, but I would have loved to hear more about what she was like before the incident with her former boss. Her brother constantly alludes to getting the old Catherine back, but other than a different wardrobe, we don't get too much insight.Overall it was a fun read, easy boss/employee read that I would recommend.

  • Michele
    2019-02-07 16:23

    Actual Rating: 3.5 Stars “Are you saying if we’re alone together you’re going to kiss me, Max?” “Huh?” Clearly an intelligent response was beyond him. Probably because he did want to kiss her. Right then. Right there.Turning the Good Girl Bad is a boss-employee romance where Max and Catherine’s forbidden feelings won’t seem to go away until they are (very thoroughly) researched.This particular trope is one that is usually either quite entertaining or very frustrating for the reader. For the most part, Catherine and Max’s relationship was fun as they were denying their growing feelings for each other. There was a lot of delicious tension between them at work which led to some humorous situations that were difficult to talk their way out of.Read More

  • June
    2019-01-26 14:18

    Quite an interesting story with two view points on the job sight sexual harassment issue. The employee who has to downplay their image to keep from being harassed, the view of I'm the boss and I bet my way.I liked both of these characters and how they helped each other to see both sides. And the writing back and forth of the novel, that was fun to see what they would come up with. Max was a very outstanding hero in my view.There were sexual situations in the book.

  • Bookeater
    2019-02-07 15:25

    Delightful, fun read that will have me daydreaming at work, so that's worth ten stars! I am addicted to Avril Tremayne's quick pace and humorous dialogue. I love the heroine Cathy and her good girl/bad girl conflict. And Max. Sigh. I think I'll go read this again before work...

  • Gail
    2019-01-31 21:41

    Boss - secretary story. The heroine isn't the prissy virgin she pretends to be so it's not really a "turning her bad." It's actually more of a recovery from past bad experiences and convincing the hero that she's recovered from the past. Lots of hot scenes that didn't require skimming. I liked it.

  • Lisa Palmer
    2019-01-25 21:22

    Love this author. This book continues her streak of engaging stories. I especially love the hero in this one--loved him from the very beginning of the book and all the way through. Read it--you won't be sorry!

  • Tanya Wright
    2019-02-13 22:31

    Another fun read!

  • Emona
    2019-02-08 22:19

    Yuck! It just couldn't get any worse;Cathy is ignoramus and Max is....ugh....I just can't describe the clod.Not to mention the constant use of words like: (which annoyed me)"Huh?" - as though Max was deaf.'Hello' - this one really piqued me!"So the word for the day is ____" - Damn, even an English learner will be put to shame!That one star goes all out for the book's cover.

  • Carly
    2019-02-02 16:37

    Decent idea. Didn't like the writing style and couldn't connect with two characters that didn't seem real. The conclusion was cute but I guess there's not enough agonising before hand to give it enough impact.

  • Bungluna
    2019-01-31 14:26

    Nice back and forth between the two points of view.