Release Blitz & Book Review: BADD BUSINESS by Jasinda Wilder

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?





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5 STAR Review by Jodi for Ruby Red Romance Review

I love everything Jasinda Wilder writes. I have fallen hard for the Badd men. I’ve honestly enjoyed every book in this series. Remington was everything I wanted and so much more.  I loved getting to know more about Juneau. We have had the pleasure of meeting her previously, but getting to really know her was fun. I loved watching her do what makes her happy. I also loved watching her fall.

Remington is amazing. He’s so much more than I could have hoped for. He want Juneau to notice him, but she really wants nothing to do with him. The secrets these two keep are what might bring them together in the end.

This might be my favorite book in this series. Please check out this amazing story by Jasinda Wilder. I promise you will not be disappointed.

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