#RSFave & Review | BADD BUSINESS by Jasinda Wilder

November 13, 2018 | 2018, jasinda wilder, review, rsfave / 0 Comments

#RSFave & Review | BADD BUSINESS by Jasinda WilderBadd Business by Jasinda Wilder
Series | Badd Brothers #10
Release Date | November 9, 2018
Genres | Contemporary
Format | ARC
Buy | Amazon
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Remington Badd…he’s just as big, just as BADD, just as foul-mouthed and filthy-minded as his brother Roman. But under that rough and wild exterior lies a secret.

Juneau Isaac, a Yup’ik Inuit, is the daughter of a hiking guide father and a mother who creates works of art and sells it to the tourists. The first to go to college—the first to leave her family’s ancestral home near Ketchikan—Juneau feels a deep sense of obligation to her family, to ignore the real passion that beats inside her.

A roughneck smokejumper with an artist’s soul hidden deep inside. An artist living a false life, harboring secrets and fostering forbidden passions.

Can these two find their way to living their truths while navigating the tumultuous waters of a whirlwind romance? In a battle between familial obligation and secret dreams, will there be room for love—not to mention the wild intensity of uncontrollable lust—in these closed-off hearts?



Oh, Remington has got to be my favorite out of the Badd triplets…as of right now, still have one more to learn about! Roman in Badd Kitty wasn’t exactly my favorite, so I was a bit hesitant for Rem’s story, but it blew alllllll expectations out of the window. Remington and Juneau’s story was everything I needed.

I’m not sure who surprised me the most, Remington or Juneau. They were nothing like I imagined them to be. The deeper you get into their story, it’s a completely whole new world of information about these two. So many levels to each of them and the secrets they’ve been holding back from the people they love the most, their family.

When the Badd triplets make their way to Alaska to open up a bar, Remington wasn’t completely on board with the idea, but the bond with his brothers ran deep, so he’d do anything for them. Even if it was something that he wasn’t exactly passionate about. In Badd Kitty, you quickly get the sense that Remington didn’t really care too much to run the bar, so I was curious to learn what he was passionate about. And that was just one part of their story because it wasn’t until Juneau, that it encouraged Rem to finally reveal what he truly loved to do.

And then we have Juneau, she was a bit of an enigma and I loved learning about her the most. She’s loyal to her family so much that she was willing to never pursue her dream to make them happy. But art is where her heart lies and she’s completely talented with it. I really enjoyed that element where she needed to be true to herself and be open to her family about what makes her the happiest. And ta daaaaaaa, Remington was the one that pushed her towards that. See, they’re absolutely perfect for each other!

Of course, in true Badd fashion, the cocky arrogance is strong with this family, but I love the women in this series because they can easily knock them down a few pegs and bring out their softer sides. Remington seriously has no filter and even though it annoys Juneau, deep down she loves it!

This story was such an interesting premise because it was their secrets that brought them together! Gosh, I love this series so much and this family. Definitely looking forward to the third brother of the Badd triplets and seeing more of the Badd gang.

About Jasinda Wilder

NEW YORK TIMES, USA TODAY, WALL STREET JOURNAL and international bestselling author Jasinda Wilder is a Michigan native with a penchant for titillating tales about sexy men and strong women. Her bestselling titles include ALPHA, STRIPPED, WOUNDED, and the #1 Amazon and international bestseller FALLING INTO YOU.  You can find her on her farm in Northern Michigan with her husband, author Jack Wilder, her six children and menagerie of animals.

Jasinda is represented by Kristin Nelson of the Nelson Literary Agency.