Review: Bedwrecker by Kim Karr



Bedwrecker by Kim Karr

Release Date: November 3, 2016

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Cover Design: Shanoff Formats

Cover Model: Robson Costa

What it’s about:

Every girl has had a broken heart.

Every girl knows love hurts.

Every girl has a story.

This is mine…

My name is Maggie May and I met him under a haze of purple lights. As cliché as it sounds he was tall, dark, and handsome as hell, and I had fireworks in my eyes…literally.

It was New Year’s Eve and beneath the magic of all that glitters and shines, I fell for him and his wicked ways. The way he moved, the way he touched me, the way he brought me to orgasm over and over.

You should know that I don’t believe in love. Fairytales and happily-ever-afters are never anything I’ve dreamed of…until him.

Something changed the moment our eyes met. It wasn’t insta-lust or insta-love, it was simply him and me, and the dance floor at our feet.

The problem is our story ended three days after it started.

But now he’s back.

And he says he’s sorry.

Can I believe him?

Do I want to believe him?

He calls me his bedwrecker…but what if he wrecks me?


☆☆➹⁀☆ 3 stars☆➹⁀☆☆


Bedwrecker by Kim Karr is the sequel to No Pants Required. Both of these Kim Karr novels can be read as standalones. Bedwrecker is the story of Keen Masters and Maggie May—who was introduced in No Pants Required.

Maggie May comes from a long line of single women whose success was not defined by a man. Given her family history, she has no room for love and romance. Don’t bother trying to pick her up by referencing the Rod Stewart song, because she has heart that line before from the one guy who instantly stole her heart and dumped three days later. Keen Masters, also known as the Wolf of Wall Street, is a player who seemingly oozes confidence. Most people don’t know what fuels his drive, but it is an equally dark family situation as that of Maggie May.  These two headstrong characters push and pull at one another through the entire book. Whether it is a power play at work or at a party, these two are combustible together.

It is too obvious that the angst/conflict, which occurs early in the story, is going to be resolved, so it doesn’t pull you onto an emotional roller coaster. Without that draw to ensnare readers emotionally, Bedwrecker is just a light, easy read. The writing is good, the story line and characters just didn’t grab me like they did in No Pants Required. Ms. Karr does have a flair for comedy, and her buddy scenes featuring the three male characters are amusing. She totally nailed male camaraderie. The story culmination and epilogue make for a heart-warming finale to this romantic comedy.


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Promoter: Social Butterfly PR


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