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He was supposed to be my escape for the weekend. I wasn’t supposed to fall for him.

My life feels as if it’s spiraling out of control the moment, Mom and Dad inform me that come Monday, I’m heading to Italy to “get to know” the son of an important business investor. 

Apparently, it’s my responsibility as a daughter of a hotel tycoon or something.

I want to be a good daughter, but I’m tired of being looked over. I’m tired of having my life planned out for me.

So when I run into Jet Miller, the bad boy with a motorcycle, I pay him to take me away for the weekend. He’s convinced that I won’t fit into his life, but I don’t care. I need this break.

Two days of freedom quickly change into something more, and I find myself falling for Jet.

Only, he doesn’t know that once our 48 hour escape is over, I’m gone.

And I don’t know how to tell him.

Some rules are meant to be broken.

For fans of The Sun is Also a Star, To All the Boys I've Loved Before, and The Last Summer, you won't want to miss this epic romance! If you love misunderstood bad boys and heroines who fall in love with them, you’ll devour Rule #5: You Can’t Trust the Bad Boy. It has all the feels of your first love, all over again.

Grab your copy today! 

©2019 Anne-Maire Meyer (P)2019 Anne-Marie Meyer

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  • Kim
  • 11-07-2020

Cute YA

Rule #5: You Can’t trust the Bad Boy is a cute stand alone YA romance. It’s fast paced storyline and adorable characters are interesting and kept me engaged. The narrator gives a nice performance.

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  • Crissy
  • 17-02-2020

Another great rule!

This was a sweet clean HS romance with a great HEA! It was light and an easy listen. I really like this author as her stories are clean but don’t have religion in it. Just a simple love story. It’s a stand alone so no other book needs to be read. The narrator did an excellent job! I look forward to the next rule in this series.

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  • ronigirl
  • 18-01-2020

A Good Storyline with A Great Lesson!

Rule# 5: You Can't Trust the Bad Boy, was a good book, with a decent storyline, but at moments it seem to drop, and lost it's gusto. I really thought it had room to take off and make a great recovery but it continued to have some pitfalls. The narrator Liz Krane had some of her own struggles with her storytelling throughout the book. There were times when she was in character for other voices, and I felt that it blended into being one single person. I've heard her narrate previous books and have enjoyed her talents. But, this is the first time that I felt she met a challenge in her storytelling. I would still recommend this book to listen to. For there's a good lesson in it and I believe there are teens & young adults that could really learn something from it. #AudiobookObsessionReviewer🎧RoniF

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  • Misty
  • 10-01-2020

a sweet YA romance

An amazing well  written sweet clean romance.  This engaging storyline flowed seamlessly with interesting plot twists, great flirting, insecurities, desire to feel needed, sorrow, an unfair demand, love that kept me listening. The characters are well developed. The narration made this sweet YA romance infectious with well done expressions and believable character switches.  Love to listen to more from both author and narrator a perfect combination. 

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  • Ballet in AK
  • 19-12-2019

Definitely for Teenagers

Story: 2.5 stars I think teenage girls will love this story and since they are the intended audience, this is a success. It might be time for me to stop reading YA because, although our main characters sounded truly and authentically like teenagers, I couldn't take the angst. And the insta-love. My apologies to the author because it was clean and romantic when we weren't bogged down in inner-dialogues. I really liked the premise, but that it all happened in a day pushed the boundaries of believable for me. The main girl and boy are really likable teenagers, quite responsible, etc. and I really enjoyed watching their characters unfold and break away from the stereotypes they were perceived as. I was definitely cheering them on. I guess the love and the resolution just happened too fast and with such quick acceptance by parents (who suddenly changed character?) that I couldn't enter into the fantasy of it all. Narration: 4 stars Ms. Krane is an excellent narrator. Her pacing, inflections and expression are all very well done. Her male voices are deep enough to be believable without sounding strained. I'd happily listen to her again. *poor, **ok, ***good, ****very good, *****something special

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  • Toni Williams
  • 15-12-2019

Absolutely love!

I absolutely love this entire series! I love stories where the bad boy finds love! I could listen to your books all day long! Can't wait to listen to another one of your books!

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  • Alicia
  • 26-11-2019

Cute and Clean

Great story! The insta-love was a bit much for me but overall it was a great listen. Great narrator, good story and clean. Worth a listen anytime!

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  • Trixie
  • 23-11-2019

Rule #5: You Can’t Trust the Bad Boy

Enjoyed the story. Rich girls falls for poor boy from the wrong side of tracks. I like the ending where it all.came together for every one!

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  • txreadingnook
  • 08-11-2019

Super Sweet Romance

Absolutely loved it ! It has a sweet romance , secrets , and so much more . The narrator did an outstanding job . A clean romance .

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  • Nathan J.
  • 27-10-2019

Teen whirlwind romance

Jet is described as a bad boy but his behavior is anything but. Well, accept the initial kiss, the friends he hangs out with, and spending the night wrapped in Brielle’s arms the first night. He seems to be a misunderstood young man that has a difficult life with a drunkard as a father. Jet and Brielle end up together for a weekend after Brielle gets upset with her parents. They are trying to match her up and send her to Italy for the summer to help seal a business deal. Jet and Brielle have instant chemistry even though they know they can’t be together. They make a cute couple regardless. My only complaint is that Brielle thinks that she has to go to Italy to help Jet’s family have a better life. No matter what kind of business deal there are going to be people that gain and people that suffer. But Brielle is young so I guess that is likely how a teenager would react.

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