Wes Evans, son of Broadway royalty, finds it difficult to find investors for his experimental dance production after the Bad Bachelors app dubs him "The Anaconda." When he sees a talented ballet dancer, he knows she is exactly what he needs to make his show—and romantic life—a success.
With each page and each practice, Remi gets better and more confident, building herself back into the beautiful, confident dancer she once was. It’s a Cinderella story in pointe shoes. London deftly balances light-hearted, smile-inducing, shameless flirting with explorations into relatable and deep-rooted insecurities: Am I good enough or just an imposter? Am I more than just my family name or my shameful past? How far will I go to reach my dreams? What if I fail? Bad Reputation is sweet. It’s sexy. It’s full of heart. The dance nerdery is just a bonus.
Bad Reputation is angsty, sexy fun. Stefanie London created plenty of tension and anticipation along with family drama, conflict, secrets, and banter. Ms. London developed main characters and a show you will root for. Bad Reputation can be read as a standalone in the Bad Bachelors series. Fans of Ruth Cardello and Sandy James will enjoy Bad Reputation.
The second title in London’s Bad Bachelor series is another beautifully crafted and sizzlingly sexy tale of a man brought low by an app originally designed to help women make safer dating choices ... Involvement with another dancer destroyed Remi’s dance career; now reports on the Bad Bachelor app may sink Wes’ show. A wonderful escapist treat.