Bad Boy by J.C. Reed and Jackie Steele
Release Date: February 23rd, 2016
Full length, 350pp
I should have seen it coming.
Sexy? Handsome? Trouble? Check, check, and check.
Is he messing up my life? Hell yes.
All the signs are there: he is a bad boy.
Even his name is a lie. Too bad I married him. I can’t wait to get divorced. Does this make me sound crazy?
I know I should avoid him, run as fast as I can. However, when a harmless misunderstanding lands me in a foreign prison cell, my dear, lying husband is the only one who can get me out. Crap. I shouldn’t accept.
But how to say no to trouble when said trouble is the one who makes me fantasize all the dirty things he could do to me?
Laurie Hanson made a huge mistake. Chase Wright is that huge mistake. Her fake husband, her fake marriage and all the lies she discovered have her running to Mexico. Now that huge mistake has her in jail for soliciting.
Chase Wright is the only one to help his wife, Laurie. Chase is the last person in the world that Laurie wants to see in Mexico. Hell, he is the reason she is in Mexico to begin with. He is full of surprises yet seems to be the only way to clear up this misunderstanding. Laurie wants nothing more than to just get through the next 12 months without having to deal with Chase, at all. Yet while in Mexico, Chase finally helps Laurie connect all the dots and puts the entire relationship, which is based on lies, together. Chase not only put it all in perspective for her, he even gives her the two things she needs the most…her mother’s necklace and the letters her mom wrote to her. Even after putting all the pieces together and Chase professing his love for her, Laurie still decides to close the door on their relationship.
Bad Boy is the third book in the Indecent Proposal Series. This can be read as a standalone; however, you miss most of the important information needed to have this story make sense. I have not read any of the other books in this series and it took me to almost the end of the book to thoroughly understand what was going on. I feel as though I was missing pertinent bits of information reading this story. It does seem to be that all the truths are finally revealed in this book.
One thing I did not like was how abruptly it seemed to end. It went from “I can’t do this” to “I miss you” and all the sudden, all was forgiven and life is wonderful. I feel like there was more to the story of what actually happened while taking Laurie’s step-father to court. That being said, I will be starting this series with the first book so I can put it all together.
I give Bad Boy by J.C. Reed & Jackie Steele 3.5 stars!
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