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review 2016-05-12 00:00
Heart of a Bad Boy
Heart of a Bad Boy - Sugar Jamison Heart of a Bad Boy - Sugar Jamison Ms. Jamison knows how to create a heartthrob. I received an ARC of Heart of the Bad Boy by Sugar Jamison in exchange for an honest review. The King brothers are worthy of some serious salivating. Tough on the outside but marshmallows on the inside. What woman wouldn't love that?Add the complicated history between these alpha men and their hometown of Destiny, you get stories of redemption and triumph. Heart of a Bad Boy is baby brother Levi's story. With the many upsets in his life Levi's sense of stability was almost non-existent. Family tragedy, physical abuse and prejudice were abundant fixtures within his childhood. There was a bright spot though. His best friend Shelly who looked beyond the renegade and saw the heart of a lost boy. Circumstances separated them but the ingenuity of a shrewd old woman and the pull of family bonds make for a love story that proves to be a combination sweet and salty good time. Have a soft spot for those bad boys and Sugar Jamison delivers.
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review 2016-02-10 03:43
The Bad Boy CEO (Destiny #1)
The Bad Boy CEO - Sugar Jamison

This book was very hard for me to both get through and review. I've enjoyed the author's Curves series, but this one fell very flat for me. I was quite bored with the book for most of it. Also, I really couldn't get the attraction between Colt and Zanna, and all three of the brothers had issues that made it difficult for me to like them as characters. I found the book to be rather uninteresting, to the point where I returned the second book in the series, as I really didn't want to continue with the series! I may see about finishing the series from the library, but I won't be spending money on it.

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review 2016-01-31 16:39
Betting the Bad Boy
Betting the Bad Boy: The Bad Boys of Destiny - Sugar Jamison

I received this as an ARC through Netgalley.

 

I didn't like Duke.  He was an overbearing dick.  Grace, with her thirteen year old kid, was ridiculous.  While speaking to him, she referred to herself as "mommy" several times.  I'm surprised she didn't call Duke "daddy".

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review 2016-01-31 00:00
Betting the Bad Boy: The Bad Boys of Destiny
Betting the Bad Boy: The Bad Boys of Destiny - Sugar Jamison Duke and Grace had a connection that outsiders didn't understand. He was the troubled bad boy. She was the rich girl who had a bright future. Love brought them together. Prejudice and hate tore them apart. I received an ARC of Betting the Bad Boy in exchange for an honest review. Lolly is a wonderful character. She gives these boys the nurturing they need direct to the point and with a sassy comeback every time. She's the missing piece to a less than perfect life for Duke, Colt and Levi. It is hard not to fall for Duke. Rough around the edges he has endured a lot of pain in his young life but has worked his tail off to make a better life for himself and his brothers. The Kings are not an easy family but are bonded by a past that would break anyone and are still standing.
This is a story of young love that developed into heartache but was stronger than all the persecution faced. Sugar Jamison is a lot like Lolly in that she is direct and to the point but compassionate. I love this series and am looking forward to Levi's story.
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review 2015-11-30 14:36
Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas (Perfect Fit #1.5)
Have Yourself a Curvy Little Christmas: A Perfect Fit Holiday Novella - Sugar Jamison

This was a very short Christmas story centered around a curvy girl and her young son. It reminded me a bit like the nativity story, but slightly different as well.

I didn't like Dina as a character. She was too brash, and yet too guilt ridden to really get into her as a character. I loved Ben though, how he stepped up and was trying to handle his brother's problem. I liked how flawed and tortured he came across as, yet trying to move past all his hurts. He was the one character I could easily connect with!

All things considered, this was a good little Christmas story, but not a great one.

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