Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Book Review of The Boyfriend Bid by Jodie Andrefski

Sarah Campbell’s never bid in her high school's charity auction to win a date with one of the school's hottest guys. And she’s certainly not going to start now––when she’s still hurting over a bad breakup. The absolute last thing she’d ever do is bid on Mr. Ego himself, Chance DuPont.

Chance just wanted to help out a worthy cause, not get roped into not one but six dates with someone who seemingly can’t stand him. But when Sarah’s friends bid on him on her behalf, that’s exactly where he ends up. Now a local blog is covering the story by following them on all their dates, too? 

Seems like everyone loves a good love story––except the two living it.


*We were given a copy of this book in exchange for our honest review*

One of the first things that stood out to me when I started reading this book was how the chapters changed the point of view/character. One chapter would be from Sarah's perspective and the next was from Chance's. I loved this approach as often times in romance stories you only learn/see the romance from one side of the partnership. 

Sarah and Chance are both great leading characters and I felt drawn to them both quickly. More Chance than Sarah actually. This story brought me back to high school and all the stress and pressure that comes with it. Overall, this story starts off fast and gets into the drama fairly quickly. 

If you love watching chick-flicks and reading YA romance than you will wholeheartedly enjoy this book! 

I've been passionate about reading since I was a little girl, which lead to a love of writing. I write YA--especially if it involves at least some kissing.

I have my B.S. in Secondary Education-English from Penn State University and am also pursuing my M.S. in Mental Health Counseling.

I live and write in New Bern, North Carolina.

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