Sarah Campbell’s never bid in her high school’s charity auction to win a date with one of the school’s hottest guys. And she’s certainly not going to start now––when she’s still hurting over a bad breakup. The absolute last thing she’d ever do is bid on Mr. Ego himself, Chance DuPont.
Chance just wanted to help out a worthy cause, not get roped into not one but six dates with someone who seemingly can’t stand him. But when Sarah’s friends bid on him on her behalf, that’s exactly where he ends up. Now a local blog is covering the story by following them on all their dates, too?
Seems like everyone loves a good love story––except the two living it.
The plot of The Boyfriend Bid gave me serious One Tree Hill vibes, which I loved. One of my favorite episodes in that show is when the basketball team on there has an auction for the team and I just love the whole thing so that was what drew me in. This book had soccer players instead and there was a unique spin and someone ended up winning 6 weeks of dates with the main guy character.
I thought the majority of the book was cute, though I admit I wasn’t as hooked as I thought it was. I did like all of the friendships in this book though and I definitely want to read The Girlfriend Request so this is still rated high because The Boyfriend Bid made me want to check more of Jodie’s works out. That’s always a good sign with me still. I did like the ending and I liked how light and easy this book was once I got into it more.
Thank you Netgalley and publishers for giving me the chance to read this book. This has no impact on my thoughts. My thoughts are my own.
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