Badd Medicine by Jasinda Wilder
Series | Badd Brothers #11
Release Date | January 25th, 2019
Genres | Contemporary, Romantic Comedy
Format | ARC
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Ramsey Badd, last of the triplets— the wild man. An explorer, hunter, outdoorsman, and avowed, die-hard bachelor, Ramsey has watched his brothers fall one by one for Alaskan beauties. He’s determined to resist.
Isadora Styles—Izzy to those know her well. She’s gorgeous, sassy, and impossible. She’s wild and untamable. She’s smart, successful, and evasive. She’s got a libido no man has ever been able to satisfy…
Until she meets Ramsey Badd. He’s captured her body’s interest, but the real question is, can he penetrate the walls around her heart?[divider]
The last book in the Badd Brothers series and I just hate to see them go. Badd Medicine didn’t quite hit the mark with me, but I still have so much love for these men and their women …. and just this series as a whole.
When the Badd triplets came along, I was completely intrigued by these three, I just wanted to know what their personalities were like. Out of the three, I think I connected the least with Ram and Izzy. But there were quite a few things that I loved about them, don’t get me wrong.
Jasinda Wilder is definitely one of my favorite authors out there, her stories are always fun to read and she really packs it in on the steam factor. Grab a fan, ladies/gents, because you will need it.
I liked the love/hate between these two because it really brought on the tension that was just burning through the pages. I’ve been curious about these two since Badd Kitty and I’ve been dying to know what happened between these two.
I found Ram and Izzy to be characters with different sides, one that I loved and the other that just downright infuriated me. I didn’t expect them to fight their attraction for so long, which lead to the ending that I wanted so much more from. All the brothers have this brash, crude side, but when it comes to their dreams and passions, that’s the side that I loved the most and wanted them to share more of.
The constant push and pull became too much for me, it frustrated me so much. I’d say their hiking adventures were my favorite, it really got them to open up to one another and truly get to know each other. These two have sooo many walls that needed to be broken down.
I’m so sad to say farewell to this series, it may not have been a favorite, but I loved it all the same!
Major thank you to Jasinda and Megan for the reader’s copy!