Title: Royally Bad
Author: Nora Flite
Release Date: April 1, 2017
Publisher: Montlake Romance
Kain Badd looks great on paper: rich, handsome, and he’s even a prince. But after spending a few minutes together, Sammy sees the real him—arrogant, possessive, and too hot for his own good. If she hadn’t agreed to help plan his sister’s wedding, she could have avoided him. Instead, she’s waking up in his bed after an unforgettable night she definitely wants to forget. But he won’t let her.
When Sammy thinks her life can’t get any crazier, the wedding is raided by the police, and she spends her first-ever night in jail. The irresistible Kain isn’t just bad in name—his family is connected to a dangerous underworld. Now she’s mixed up in a power struggle between his family’s empire and their rivals. She has no choice but to put herself back in this filthy prince’s extremely capable hands.
Sammy must trust Kain to keep her safe. She’s just not sure she can trust herself to resist temptation.
Tips on Resisting an Irresistible Bad Boy by Nora Flite
Royally Bad is a story about a modern day royal family that’s adopted a mafia style way of life.
Sammy Sage is a young wedding dress maker who just can’t say no when people ask her for help. So when Kain Badd shows up in her shop, demanding her expertise, she agrees.
Her gut told her to avoid this man with his wild blue eyes.
She should have listened.
Kain is the youngest son of the Badds. He’s aware of his royal blood, but he mostly uses it as a way to win over the women he’s into. Not that he has to try so hard; his come-closer smirk is usually enough. Plus, once people get a look at the ink running over his muscled body, they don’t usually walk away.
But Sammy does. And that blows Kain’s mind. A guy who’s used to getting his way, he can’t stop thinking about her.
It goes without saying that a bad boy can spot a tough woman a mile away. Kain was raised to rule a kingdom– even if there aren’t any in tiny Rhode Island. Being an alpha is in his genes. He knows how to use a gun or a knife, and he knows when doing nothing but staring someone down is enough. It takes a level of confidence to control a corrupt city.
You have to be willing to fight… willing to kill.
That’s what being a bad boy comes down to: never backing down.
It’s also what makes them so intoxicating. When you take a man– a hero– who is dangerous, and broken, and someone who you should just NEVER get close to… and you mix them with a heroine who completes them or even challenges them, that’s love.
And there’s nothing more exciting than watching characters who should not be in love at the start of the book, become something so perfect by the end that you can’t imagine them any other way.
This is true of my favorite bad boys, too. Q, from Pepper Winters Monsters in the Dark series, is such a bad boy! He’s dark and brooding and deadly. So watching him fall in love is a real treat.
Same for Gio from Hold You Against Me by Skye Warren. I adored that guy. He was hardcore, but deep down, totally head over heels for Clara.
Kain is softer than those heroes, but some of that was I wanted to introduce the Badd family gently. I wanted to give a peek at the darkness in the family, but not too much; not until people dipped their toes, and then, hopefully, they’d be hooked enough to see what else is waiting for them with these royal bad boy brothers.
About the Author
A USA Today bestselling author, Nora Flite lives in Southern California, where the weather is warm and she doesn’t have to shovel snow—something she never grew to love in her tiny home state of Rhode Island. All her romances involve passionate, filthy, and slightly obsessive heroes—because those are clearly the best kind! She’s always been a writer, and you’ll probably have to pry her keyboard/pen/magical future writing device out of her cold, dead fingers before she’ll stop. Visit her at www.NoraFlite.com, or drop her a line at email@example.com.