Big Badd Wolf (Badd Brothers, #7) by Jasinda Wilder
Rosa's rating: 5 of 5 iScream Cones
"I didn't want to want him, but I did."
Another one bites the dust. The countdown to the final Badd brother is getting closer and closer. Though I'm VERY excited to read it, I'm not ready for it to be over. There are eight brothers and this is book seven, so we're down to the baby brother who has the biggest...brain.
As I've gotten to know the brothers over time, certain ones have made an impression causing me to get excited as I anticipated the time it would be their turn to shine. Lucian was not one of them. He's the quiet one who kinda faded into the background and didn't catch my attention. Now I know why. He didn't push himself into the spotlight, preferring to let his older brothers have that privilege. But when it counted, he was at the right place at the right time to save a damsel in distress. Fishing Joss out of the water in freezing temperatures saved her life and changed his forever.
Joss is like no other character that I've read before. Her strength and determination are admirable and her walls are gigantic. She's in survival mode, closing herself off and avoiding any and all questions about herself. I'm sure you can imagine how well that goes over amongst the Badd tribe, right? Yeah, not at all. They have the biggest of hearts and the best of intentions, but they are nosy and all up in each other's business. I found it quite amusing to see her reaction when faced with their shenanigans up close and personal.
I've got it Badd for these brothers and their extended family. I'm suffering withdrawal already just knowing the series is nearing its conclusion. I want to rush forward to the next one, and at the same time to turn back time and keep it from ending. I have no doubt the author has something amazing planned for us next, and I'll be ready for whatever it is when the time comes. The line forms here.