The Qb Bad Boy And Me by Tay MarleyThe Qb Bad Boy And Me by Tay Marley

The Qb Bad Boy And Me

byTay Marley

Paperback | August 20, 2019

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Everything changed the day Drayton Lahey crashed into Dallas's life? Sparks fly between Dallas Bryan, a no-nonsense cheerleader with her eyes on a CalArts dance scholarship, and Archwood High's bad-boy quarterback, Drayton Lahey. She's convinced they're wrong for one another and is intent on proving that she can resist his brooding attitude, impressive abs, and all-around hotness. But when Drayton falls for her, their relationship takes a turn for the intense in ways neither could have anticipated.
Tay Marley wears many hats: bibliophile, entrepreneur, wife, mother, and featured Wattpad author. Her whirlwind journey on Wattpad began in 2017 and led to one hundred thousand dedicated followers, a five-part series, and three stand-alone books, including her breakout story, The QB Bad Boy and Me, which have amassed over forty-one mil...
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Title:The Qb Bad Boy And MeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:384 pages, 8.25 × 5.25 × 0.68 inPublished:August 20, 2019Publisher:Wattpad BooksLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0993689949

ISBN - 13:9780993689949

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from A Quick Read for the Summer This was a cute, quick, and fun read that would be a good one to pick up for the summer to read by the lake or pool. It's a simple read that doesn't require any additional thinking (if that makes sense). Admittedly, even though it was a good read, it certainly isn't one that will leave a lasting memorable impression. It's the typical stereotype of a romance between a 'misunderstood' football star and a cheerleader that is relatable, quirky, and 'unlike the rest of the cheerleaders'. Both of these characters also share hardships in their past. In all honesty, even if I joke, I could (and will) easily keep reading stories with this same plot. Clearly, I'm not the only one as this plot and these kind of characters are often recycled. Just don't go into this novel expecting a 'different' story because I think you could be disappointed. This story contains MANY of the common tropes and stereotypes that are found in YA contemporary romance. I'm not going to spoil you but it's almost painful because I want to make a long detailed list of just how many tropes that were used in this novel. Alas, I'll keep this list to myself. I did like the main characters and the chemistry that the two of them shared. The novel was steamy but at the same time it was kept somewhat tamer for those that like a 'lighter' romance. With that being said though, I only really consider it 'lighter' because there is less detail in some of the scenes (you know the ones) and I'm used to scenes with quite a lot of explicit details. Again, not a memorable read but still a light one to enjoy. I would consider reading more from this author in the future and have no doubts that there will be people who love this book due to the dynamic duo. ***Thank you to the publisher for supplying me with a copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review***
Date published: 2019-06-20