Building a Bad Boy by Colleen Collins 2 Stars
Her own custom-made bad boy
When Kimberly Logan makes men over to find their mates, she knows the type of guy women want. However, Nigel Durand, an all-around beautiful hunk of man, might be her toughest client yet. He’s got the droolworthy look, but his nice-guy personality and sweet ways make him too available. Looks as if she’s in for a lot of hands-on coaching.
Too bad the more she has her hands on him, the more tempted she is. And when he throws himself into being “Nicky,” his charming and sexy alter ego, Kimberly can’t resisL.especially when he delivers steamy kisses and whispered promises. After hitting the sheets with him, she knows this is one bad boy she’s not letting go!
The hero is wonderful. He is thoughtful, funny, nerdy, hot.
The heroine works my last living nerve.
The basic plot that he comes to her for a makeover because he is sick of not getting the woman he wants is fine.
How slow she is to realize he is great as is and how dumb she is about her job to the point of immorality is a no go for me.
I didn’t want her to get him. Grow and change I am all for but it is never good when I want to snatch the HEA out of one of the leads hands and give it to anyone else.