The Bad Boy, The Sat Nav and Me

The Bad Boy, The Sat Nav and Me

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Kate By Lilohorse Completed

"You're the good little church girl, this sort of thing shouldn't have happened!" Hunter exclaimed and I scoffed. "Please, you're the badass gang member, you shouldn't have got us lost!" I retorted, only to be rewarded with a scowl. "I'm a gang leader, not a navigator!" 

Being the girlfriend of Sheffield's toughest gang leader isn't all it's cracked up to be. With a break from University and after hours of convincing Hunter to sit back and relax, Andy decides it's time for a holiday. Staying in an Italian villa and working as lifeguards to pay off the room seems like the perfect getaway. That is until their night of freedom takes a wrong turning. Lost in Italy without their money and essentials, the couple are lost, homesick and a tiny bit aggravated. But where you have Hunter and Andy, you also have hours worth of arguments, bets and accidental detours. Not to mention the oh-so helpful advice from their dance troop and friends. Forget fighting as a member of a gang, getting back to their villa in one piece is going to be their biggest challenge yet.

Badboy Isn't my Type spin off.  Bad Boy Isn't My Type doesn't have to be read, this is also a stand alone novel.

Please, please, please enter this and the sequel into this years wattys 🙏 
                              They are so good. I could NOT put my damn phone down😂 
                              I have read it 5 times and I still love it (talk about obsession right?)
                              Anyway, please enter it into 2017s Watty's🙏
crazkay98 crazkay98 Sep 10
Yh Andy he would've but his gaydar just wasn't going off 😂
Speedy1909 Speedy1909 Sep 09
She said that they were experimenting...not that he totally wasn't gay
Tierney_12 Tierney_12 Aug 23
Why are they not trying to call there friend or look at maps to see their location
Skyily Skyily Aug 30
this is y i dont tell or ask my parents anything, thats just waiting for another 30 min lecture