When Imogen, Juliette and Beth are seated together at a wedding, they have nothing in common but their resentment of the bride, Poppy. A risque prank draws them together and they decide to form the Bad Girls Club – a last ditch effort to free them from the shackles of keeping themselves nice.
The club rules are simple. Each girl must complete a dare pushing them way out of their comfort zones.
Imogen puts the club in danger with her first dare. It seems nothing she does works out quite right until she is approached by the one man she thinks she can never have, the one man she should never have – Poppy’s husband, Daniel.
When Juliette is transformed by a bad girl makeover, suddenly she’s the girl everyone wants. Why would she be satisfied with one man when two are even better? But Juliette’s evolution doesn’t end there!
Beth is happy to be a bad girl – so long as no one else finds out, so long as it doesn’t interfere with the rest of her life and so long as she is in control. It’s just a pity Juliette is developing a mind of her while Imogen’s breasts are testing her ideas of appropriate desire.
Are the girls ready to finally take the final leap that will have them branded as bad girls for real? To save the club, and each other, they each have to publicly acknowledge their darkest secrets.
Join the bad girls in this steamy yet snort-laughingly funny chick lit adventure.
This is what Kathryn O’Halloran has to say about her career to date.
The Bad Girls’ Club is my debut novel although I have written a number of short stories that have been published in magazines and anthologies. I wanted to write a book that showed women taking control of their sexuality and the issues that surround that. I liked the idea of a group of women with very different personalities who are thrown together and the way that friendship evolves.
I’ve been asked if some of the situations in The Bad Girls’ Club are drawn from my own experiences. I will say that some are but I’m not telling which ones.
Outside of writing, I work in information technology but have explored a number of jobs including working as a phone pyschic, teaching English in Japan, making and selling crazy fake fur handbags and producing a TV show for community television
You can find out more about Kathryn on her blog at http://kathrynohalloran.blogspot.com
The Bad Girls’ Club already has some terrific reviews, so why not check it out for your summer reading.