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Elle Kennedy is a Canadian author known for contemporary romance and romantic suspense. She has published books with the Harlequin Enterprises, New American Library, Berkley, and the Entangled Publishing.

She received her B.A. in English from the York University in year 2005. She has had several titles on the USA Today, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal bestseller lists. Ella’s hugely popular Off-Campus series has appeared on multiple bestseller lists and is published in over twenty countries around the world.

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Good Girl Complex Book PDF download for free

Good Girl Complex Book PDF download for free

Mackenzie ‘Mac’ Cabot is a crowd pleaser. It’s really exhausting to always follow the rules. Mac has dreams of his own, but to please his parents, he moves to the seaside town of Avalon Bay to get his college degree.

20-year-old Mac has had plenty of practice curbing his wilder impulses, but when he meets local bad boy Cooper Hartley, that ability is suddenly put to the test. Cooper is rough around the edges. Raw. Sincerely. A threat to his orderly existence. Their friendship soon becomes the most real thing in their lives.

Despite his disdain for the trust fund kids he sees come and go in his town, Cooper soon realizes Mac isn’t just another rich clone and falls in love with her. Difficult. But when Mac finally feels accepted by Cooper and his friends, the secret he’s been keeping from him threatens the only place he’s ever felt at home.

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Good Girl Complex is a luscious, simmering, angsty, fun new adult romance that attracts opposites that only cemented the BIG LOVE I already have for this author. To be honest, Elle Kennedy’s stories are one in a million for me, and her latest novel is just another example of her extraordinary talent. This book hit the right spots for me.

Mac and Cooper worked perfectly from the first words. He loved them together, loved how they slowly came together. Even with sarcasm, especially sarcasm, at first. I loved their banter, the connection and attraction between the two. Like I said, this book wasn’t what I expected at all. I mean, I don’t even really know what I was expecting, but it wasn’t this harrowing joy that played with my emotions and didn’t always make me feel comfortable.

However, all the power outages got me hooked and I became completely addicted to this story. This was one of those unicorn reads where I’m drawn in by the intensity of the story and only catch my breath on the last page. I wasted time reading this book but enjoyed every minute of it.

This book was a delight that opposites attract that I devoured and desperately wanted more. And while I would have loved an epilogue, I just loved this book and these characters. I was obsessed with this book, even the parts that made me uncomfortable. I loved the harrowing twists and turns that were inevitably softened, comforted, and fueled by the development of Mac and Cooper’s story.

I liked most of the supporting characters (hello Evan!) and can’t wait to see how this series continues from here. So much potential. I am already totally intrigued, 100% invested and absolutely hungry for more! A huge success for me and I definitely recommend it!

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I’m really torn by this book. I liked it, but I had trouble liking the main characters for various reasons.
Mackenzie is an 18-year-old college student with a 7-figure “hobby account” that isn’t even the trust fund or money her parents give her. So if she’s complaining about not having an agency, I think you’ve got your own millions and you’re technically an adult. It seems that Mac has a lot more options than his counterpart Cooper, who seethes with anger and resentment against rich people and their privilege.

I understand Coop’s anger, but the course of action he took to get revenge on a legitimate trust fund baby who pissed him off and fired him from his job was mean and despicable. I don’t care what that girl told Heidi, she had feelings for Coop because the way she treated Mac showed hurt feelings. I didn’t like her

However, Coop and Mac tried to maneuver themselves out of the life their parents forced them into. I like how they made each other thoughtful and challenged each other.

This book was predictable but it had a HEA so I liked it. I just didn’t understand the warmth of this audiobook. Also, he was quietly jealous of Mac and his bank account. I definitely hate it!

I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to the next books in the series.

First I have to ask…why do guys always keep secrets from girls? We all know she’ll find out! I mean, I guess if there weren’t any stories about it, what would we be reading?

Mac is stereotypical people who give in to a nice girl with money. Mom and Dad have strict rules about public appearances and what is and isn’t expected of her. He grew up with a silver spoon in his mouth in a perfect privileged family, while Cooper couldn’t be further from it if he tried.

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Coming from a seriously dysfunctional family, he’s a local in a small town on the wrong side of the tracks with a reputation that stretches for miles. He doesn’t do anything to please anyone but himself and hates the rich kids who sneak into his town during the school year…kids like Mac, that is.

The story could stop there and still be a angsty, raunchy romantic comedy. It’s a slow burn and it scared me waiting for the “other shoe” to fall when Cooper’s secret got out. However, Elle goes further by really building the characters and giving them life and meaning. I haveI really enjoyed the slow story of Mac and Cooper, but I also really enjoyed the story of Mac’s “waking up”.

I think this story also touches on the concept of “grass isn’t always greener”. Cooper and his friends think that the rich kid clones have such an easy life and need literally nothing, but we soon learn that while they have big differences, they also have a lot in common.

I feel like this gave a new twist to the idea of Stepford women and the decision to know who you are and what you really want in life. Don’t settle for something that’s convenient.

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