Book Review: Bad Judgment

Bad JUD Cover FrontHe’s so arrogant.

She’s so self-righteous.

I can’t stand him.

I want her.

He’s a distraction I don’t need.

She’ll say yes eventually because I’m not giving up.


Justine Porter is stuck between a rock and a stripper pole. She lost her law school scholarship, which means she has two choices to keep her life on track: strip for her tuition or tutor the most distractingly sexy guy in her class—the one she’s been turning down for two years straight. It should be an easy choice, but tutoring Ryker Grant could derail her plans to graduate with honors faster than two-for-one night at the Déjà Vu. Then again, topless has never really been her color.

She could take the easy road, just this once . . . but the deal has enough loopholes to trip anyone up.

Who knew they taught bad judgment in law school?


My Review

In Bad Judgment, Meghan March takes us away from the streets of New Orleans and the millionaire life, and instead drives us straight into law school. Justine and Ryker are both intelligent students with bright futures ahead of them, but unfortunately each of them have their own problems to deal with outside of classes.

Justine and Ryker noticed each other right from the beginning: Justine because Ryker seemed to be an arrogant jerk, Ryker because Justine is not only one of the smartest students in their class, but also the most beautiful. Justine has been thwarting Ryker’s advances for years and has no desire to change her opinion now, or ever. When Justine is placed in a situation where she must rely on Ryker, she realizes just what kind of man he is.

I loved that these two characters were so intelligent. Their witty banter, combined with that trademark alpha mindset, created a great dynamic. Justine was a character who had fought for her place and would do whatever it took to reach her goal, even if what she needed to do was something … unseemly. Fortunately for her, even with her many rejections, Ryker isn’t about to let her put herself into harm’s way. (Along with several other people who care for her.)

Throughout this entire story, I was laughing OUT LOUD, and found myself rooting for Ryker. There were also many times I wanted to knock their heads together so they could see how GREAT they were together! The fact that both characters were so vastly intelligent, and challenged each other in life AND the classroom was a brilliant addition. It’s not often that both characters seem to be genuinely on the same level and so driven towards a similar goal. Seeing these characters work so well together was what brought this story together for me.

I quite enjoyed this new endeavor from Meghan, and I thought that it was well done. Funny, heartfelt, real, and so brilliantly intelligent. A necessary addition to your collection!

Available August 22!

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