‘My Bad Decisions’ is the final book in the ‘On My Own’ series by Carrie Ann Ryan, and features Tanner and Natalie.
This is an opposites-attract, friends-to-lovers romance.
They’re the last two ‘single’ roommates between the two houses.
He considers himself to be from the ‘wrong side’ of town, and she’s the ‘rich’ one in the group–the one ‘out of his reach’.
An night out with some high school classmates and Natalie accidentally ‘discovers’ Tanner’s college occupation.
What do stolen kisses, a broken window, and an afternoon together add up to?
The answer(s) can be found within the pages of ‘My Bad Decisions’.
While completing their final semester of college, can Tanner and Natalie also weather the drama of both their families, and figuring out if they’re just ‘friends’ or more than friends?
I absolutely loved the book and how it wove a wonderful ending together for everyone: Dillon and Elise, Percy and Mackenzie, Miles and Nessa, and Tanner and Natalie. While I was sad that the series has ended, I’m hoping to periodically catch glimpses of the couples in future Montgomery Ink books—since they are part of the Montgomery Ink family.
I give ‘My Bad Decisions’ five out of five stars, and hope that there may be a novella or two ( or perhaps four) in the future allowing us to catch up with these wonderful couples.
If you haven’t given the On My Own series a try—go for it, you won’t be disappointed.