Angy’s Review: The Playboy Bachelor by Rachel Van Dyken

Posted April 21, 2017 by angypotter in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

Angy’s Review: The Playboy Bachelor by Rachel Van DykenThe Playboy Bachelor by Rachel Van Dyken
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Published by Forever on August 29th 2017
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She's no Sleeping Beauty. And he's definitely no prince . . . Margot McCleery could have lived her whole life without seeing Bentley Wellington again-her ex-best friend and the poster boy for Hot, Rich Man-Whores everywhere. But Margot's whiskey-augmented grandmother "buys" Bentley at a charity bachelor auction, and now suddenly he's at her door. Impossibly charming. Impossibly sexy. And still a complete and utter jackass. Bentley's just been coerced by his grandfather to spend the next thirty days charming and romancing the reclusive red-haired beauty who hates him. The woman he abandoned when she needed him the most. Bentley knows just as much about romance as he knows about love-nothing. But the more time he spends with Margot, the more he realizes that "just friends" will never be enough. Now all he has to do is convince her to trust him with her heart . . .

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Book Review: 5+ Stars


The Playboy Bachelor was one hilarious, sexy and emotional read, and of course, just like the first book of the series, The Bachelor Auction, it also has a fairy tale element, now it’s time for Beauty and The Beast.

Bentley and Margot were best friends when they were teens, but the most tragic event set them apart for what they thought was going to be forever, but ten years later he ended at her door because her grandma bought him in a charity auction, so he’d spend an entire weekend with Margot, but thanks to the crazy and awesome old people in this series, Bentley’s grandfather, his girlfriend Nadine and Margot’s grandmother, they ended up spending an entire month that changed their lives forever.

I loved Brock when I read the first book and I knew I’d love the twins just as much but I was wrong. So. Wrong. Bentley is just amazing. Bentley stole my heart. He’s funny and cocky and awesome, but he was also so broken, my heart was aching for him so much. And of course, his match was just as amazing. Margot’s body scars matched Bentley’s soul scars. They were both so scared and insecure and it was infuriating but that made them more real and for that I loved them so much. Perfect fictional characters are overrated, right? These two flawed characters won my heart from the first chapter of this book, knowing how they felt and how little they could expressed had my heart aching for them, and despite I yelled all the time, saying: Oh for fucks sake, just tell her/him now! I knew they would find the right time to do so and they totally did. Thank God this book was written in dual POV because otherwise I would have hated either of the main characters, but since I could read each and every one of their thoughts, I could love them both so much even when I was mad at them.

Now, please, Rachel, write Brent’s book fast because I know he’ll be my fav of the three Wellington Brothers.



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