How to Seduce a Bad Boy - Traci Douglass

How to Seduce a Bad Boy

By Traci Douglass

  • Release Date: 2019-01-14
  • Genre: Military
Score: 4
From 32 Ratings


Melody Bryant has heard it all before. Sure, she’s the epitome of the stereotype for a librarian. Loves order. Loves rules and deadlines. Loves books. But what she doesn’t love is still being a virgin at twenty-four. Unfortunately, the only guy she’s ever been interested in turned her down flat. And then left town. Eight. Years. Ago. Ugh.

Now her birthday is fast approaching, and she just can’t take it any longer. She’s finding a guy before her birthday in five weeks, or she’s adopting two more cats and fully embracing becoming “the crazy cat lady.”

But when her latest date ends in epic failure—everyone thinks of her as the “proper librarian”—she realizes what she needs is to ruin her reputation. And she knows the perfect guy to help her: the baddest bad boy in town. This Army vet won't know what hit him...



  • Great series!!

    By Laura__F
    This was my first book by this author and it definitely won't be the last. I need to read more of the Victory Vets!! Mel has a birthday coming up and with Adam now home from his last tour overseas, she's ready to recruit him for her improvement project. Restyle herself and finally lose her V-card. With the guy who turned her down before he left 8 years ago. I loved these two together. They balance each other so perfectly but they also push each other to be more than others think they are. I loved the other characters introduced in this story and I can't wait to see what comes next. *This is my voluntary review of an advanced reader copy*
  • Get Ready To Laugh, Swoon & Fall In Love!

    By Astroyic
    Yowza! Loved this Charming, Entertaining and Sexy Romance. I Love this trope and they never fail to make me swoon. This is the first Traci Douglass story that I have read and I can’t wait to read more, more, more. Poor Melody she has always been the good girl, and dressing like an old June Cleaver hasn’t helped her situation. But every man in town, just doesn’t measured up to Mel’s crush, her big brother’s best friend Adam, the towns’ bad boy, who was too wild, too reckless, and too poor. But he left town eight years ago, after he turned her down. But after two tours of duty he is back and is in business with her brother running Victory Vets Body Shop and Repair. Adam has always been attracted to Mel but she was always to good for him, besides her brother and his best friend, James, will kill him if he gets involved with her. So when Mel asks for his help to give her the male perspective with a make over he says no, but Mel just doesn’t give up until he gives in. And when Mel and her friend Lily pulls out all the stops, Adam can’t take his eyes off her. As Mel and Adam work on her flirtation skills and her conversation for dates, Adam starts to fall. But when she talks about ruining her reputation and getting rid of her v-card before her twenty-fifth birthday with another man, he only sees green with envy. And is not about to let that happen. Will these two finally realize they are great for each other? What will happen when her brother finds out what they are up to? You will need to read this witty, charming,, entertaining and sexy romance to find out! YUMMM.... Loved it! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
  • Such a cute and inspiring story!

    By RomanceNovelGiveaways
    Such a cute and inspiring story! While the premise of the book was about Mel changing who she was in order to "land a man," I liked how Adam also morphed into the man he became by the end of the book. Mel and Adam were each self-deprecating enough to be believable. Because, hey, who doesn't acknowledge their own flaws? I admired Adam's devotion to his friends and family, and I really felt for him being caught having to decide between what was best for him and what everyone else expected of him. I also admired Mel's bravery at wanting to do a 180 with her life. Her excitement and apprehension along the way were wonderful to read! On a side note, the internal monologues of Mel and Adam, respectively, about how wrong they were for each other or how they couldn't be together, etc. got a tad exhausting at times, repeated too often and a bit overkill, in my opinion. But, the repetition certainly did its job in the final part of the book leading up to Mel's birthday party. I was an emotional wreck dying to see what happened and how Mel and Adam resolved everything! No spoilers here! This was the first book of Traci's I've read, and I really did enjoy this clean romance! I am VERY much looking forward to reading what I hope is the next book about James and Lilly! (I was given this book in consideration of my honest thoughts)