Filmed: An Alpha Bad Boy Romance (City Series Book 3) - B. B. Hamel
  **ARC provided by author in exchange for an honest review**

Linda knows she should not be so attracted to Noah. Sure, he's hot, playful, and comes with a trust fund, but he's also cocky. And a renowned player.

When she gets a job at the new student theater, which was funded by Noah's father, she had no clue she would be working alongside Noah. The more she gets to know him, the more she realizes he's not the person his reputation portrays. He helps his friends. He struggles with family matters. He's just normal.

Linda learns of his father's involvement in causing harm to her mother's beloved career years ago. Then, Noah's father threatens to take away his trust fund. Both of those things affect their developing relationship. The question is...does he care for her enough to stick with her?

Ya know, I just have to mention that when the phrase "in West Philadelphia" came up in the book, I couldn't stop myself from singing the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song. OK, now that that's out of the way, I laughed out loud at this book more than once. I really enjoyed Noah's teasing ways, and his nickname for Linda was just cute. Although, the reason for that nickname wouldn't be described, by Linda, as cute. More like embarrassing.

Linda was a little too annoying for me. She didn't have a problem being blunt about things until it came to the really important stuff. Then she would just run away and not talk things out. She overreacted and it seemed like a lot of work just for Noah to get to know her. However, we can't expect characters to be perfect, they are based on humans after all.

One of my favorite parts was when Noah explained what his tattoo, Lux Orbis, meant, and what it meant to him. It was a good way to remember an important time in his life.

The storyline is believable (but it really wouldn't matter too much if it wasn't, it is fiction) and Noah was a lot of fun. Recommended to fans of New Adult.