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From USA Today best-selling author Meghan Quinn comes a sassy and sweet romance about an Irish rebel who falls in love with the wrong girl. Full of witty banter and swoony moments, it's the perfect romantic comedy to binge on.

Dear Diary, 

I might have gotten myself into a wee bit of trouble - and I'm not talking about the "court mandated community service", or “therapy sessions from bashing a bloke in the head" kind of trouble.

I wish it were that simple.

Nope. I’m talking about the "falling in love with one of my client's daughters”, kind of trouble...The kind of problem I can’t talk my way out of when the truth gets out.

How I ended up with her phone is a long story - and when she called to get it back, I took things a bit too far. One innocent exchange wound up leading to so much more.

Fun, new, and totally immune to my charm, Sutton is different. And I had no idea she was the daughter of Foster Green. 

Blame it on the dark colored stout running through my veins, pushing me toward one bad decision after another. Pushing me toward her even though I know right from wrong; even though she's my client's daughter. 

Dating her might be the best or worst decision I've ever made. Only time, whiskey, and one more roll around the mattress with her will tell.

Roark

©2019 Hot Lanta Publishing LLC (P)2019 Hot Lanta Publishing LLC

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Read/Listen to "Secre to Dating" First

My first Meghan Quinn story. I didn't care for the heroine (she was SUPER naggy) or the hero (he was cliche, and a jerk- but NOT in a clever/sharp-tongued bad boy way. Sooo... sexy alpha asshole but without the sexy alpha part...) Made it hard to connect with these characters. Too much coincidence and superficial story for my taste, even for a light contemporary romance read.

The H is introduced in Secret to Dating Your Best Friend's Sister. Maybe I would have established some regard for him in that book, but reading this on its own, not so much.

THAT SAID: Solid writing. Clear and consistent. No issues with the plot, just didn't quite resonate with me.

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Loving the bad boy!!

Meghan Quinn has provided me with yet another book boyfriend to love! Diary of a Bad Boy is the story of a whisky drinking, cigarette smoking, zero f*cks given Roark McCool, who is without a doubt one of the BEST heroes that I’ve listened to. He’s such a hot freaking mess…and I loved it.

Sutton Green is a charming, sweet, southern bell who is no match for the rudeness she receives from Roark, until she goes outside her comfort zone and steps up her game. The steamy chemistry, the fantastic quick-witted banter was AMAZING between Sutton and Roark and I couldn’t get enough. The sexual tension between the two..my oh my!

I absolutely adore this audio version!

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Loved

I tried reading this book several times and couldn't never get past the first few chapters. I found it rather boring. When I found the audio book, I decided to give it another try and had the same problem. The first three hours had me wondering if I should just give up. But, I stuck with it and boy am I glad I did. I loved the first book in this series but I really loved this one. Roark was such a douchebag at first. I just hated him because of how jerky he was to Sutton. Once he finally realized that she was a really sweet girl that was good through and through, I started liking him. He turned out to be so sweet and caring in the end. Sutton had me cracking up a lot of the time. The way she through his crap back at him had me jumping for joy. But the very best part of this book was Bram. I knew when he found out about Roark's feelings for Sutton it was going to be good and he didn't disappoint. Meghan Quinn is such a great writer. I'm glad I finished this book.

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I cant stop snort laughing

John Hartley delivers THE best narration. I can’t stop my outbursts of laughter. I’m only 1/2 way through listening, but had to say this before I forget to leave a review

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love

I've read this book 3x now and it's amazing every single time. The performances were great

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Funny, Sweet & Loving!

Diary of a bad boy by Meghan Quinn
Narrated by: John Hartley & Lauren Ezzo
Series: The Bromance Club Book 2

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This book was exactly what I was looking for! Funny, Sweet & Loving. Full of chemistry and witty dialogue. Just the right amount of sex scenes and all with a gruff sexy Irish accent!!

Rorrick was a bit of a tortured hero, had a rough upbringing and a bit of low self worth, however watching this confident man fall in love was sigh worthy.

Sutton was a good match for Rorrick. She was that nice girl. Didn't much wanna rock the boat, liked her simple life and watching Rorrick upend her world was fun!

I would definitely recommend this book.

Both narrators did a fantastic job. At points (during texting) the male and female narrators do their own parts which I really enjoyed. But I think they could have kept that up through the whole book. (I forget if that is a duel narration or a duet..??) Anyway, while Lauren Ezzo had a nice voice and a fine male character voice… she didn't have a very good Irish accent. And John Hartley's Irish accent would be a hard act to follow. His was so awesome that it made me a bit bummed that he didn't do all his own parts lol - but this is just my opinion.

Just to clarify though, I would happily listen to both narrators again. With or without their accents.

~ Paragraphs and Petticoats ~

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It’s too angsty & the development of the plot isn’t my cup of tea. I do not mind the banters but it was a bit exhausting & repetitive. Roark and Sutton are great characters but not enough to keep my attention. I love the narration, though- John Hartley & Lauren Enzo were extremely nice to hear but did not dig this story this time around. Overall, if you like slow burn romance, this is for you!

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hilarious, suspense & love

I was nervous about this book after reading reviews. but I'm beyond glad I purchased this book! I'm falling completely in love with the authors abilities, this is 3rd book this week! I have to actively force myself to put it down . can't wait to start next book!

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I love the author but this book was brutal. The book didn’t get interesting until about 5 hours in and just became predictable and boring.

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Another Great Meghan Quinn Book

Loved the book and narration!!!
Very happy I choose this to listen to. Thanks again.

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  • 02-04-20

Funny, emotional, yet sexy, addictive read

Oh how I love watching a confirmed bachelor bad boy fall from grace, and Roark McCool is definitely the quintessential bad boy. Drinking, smoking, getting into bar brawls and generally getting himself into trouble. After getting into a fight over ketchup (yes ketchup) in a hotdog restaurant, causing Sutton Green (an innocent bystander) to stumble, their cell phones are accidentally swapped. Herein lie some outrageously funny moments as Sutton tries to get her phone back off the obnoxiously annoying Irish thug with a quick temper, who does nothing to make Sutton think he’s anything less than a bit of a loser, ok yes, a lot of a loser. Some truly laugh out loud moments. A funny, yet seriously emotional, addictive read. I loved rough around the edges Roark (and of course his two best friends). Great writing, an addictive storyline and wonderful narration from John Hartley and Lauren Ezzo, both new narrators to me.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 08-04-21

Light & easy read

I loved the Irish accent! John really brought the character to life.

The book was a pretty light and funny read. Some times it was cringey but in a funny way. I found both main characters to be a bit annoying. The male mc was such a selfish asshole, it was hard to get past sometimes. The female mc was so immature and whiney. She was also relentlessly pushy which made her look ridiculously desperate. The characters both developed a lot throughout the book and the happily ever after was satisfying.

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  • Zee
  • 07-20-20

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Totally LOVED the bloody Irish accent. Loved the little bantering between the two main characters. Found some hilarious moments, like how Sutton upped one on him during a phone call. Loved the Narrators but I do find that it's quite disturbing when the male narrators female version comes through in their chapter and it sound either masculine or squeaky. Just a little irritating. Liked when they texted in this book though cause the actual female narrator came through as herself. Loved listening to but I'll let use judge for yourself, now I'm off to go find me an Irish man to love.