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review 2018-07-15 23:14
Bailey And The Bad Boy - Linda Howard

Bailey is devastated.  Her boyfriend dumps her unexpectedly.  Then she finds out he is dating her best friend?  Well, ex-best friend now.  How can she make it through the year?


Ryder has been waiting for his chance to show Bailey he's the one for her.  Now, the perfect opportunity has dropped into his lap with her recent break up.  He knows how to make her feel better and he will protect her too.


This is such a great start to the Scandalous series!  I am excited to see the next installment already.  The banter is so much fun to read.  There is heat, and it seems to burn hot from page to page.  There is suspense, and even a few surprises.  I give this one a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!

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quote 2018-07-14 07:52
“You sure?" He looked up at me, seeking confirmation. I nodded and pressed my lips to his. That was all the confirmation he needed.

"I'm yours," I whispered.”

~~ Bailey And The Bad Boy

by R. Linda

Book #1, in the Scandalous series.


Bailey And The Bad Boy (Scandalous, #1)

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text 2018-06-27 08:10
Sales Blitz - Bailey And The Bad Boy
Title: Bailey And The Bad Boy
Author: R. Linda
Genre: YA, Contemporary Romance
Editor: Laura Kemmerer
Publisher: Limitless Publishing
Hosted by: Lady Amber's PR
It’s the last day of school, and everyone is excited for the big summer leading up to our senior year. I was too…until my heart was ripped out of my chest.
As if getting dumped wasn’t bad enough, I’m forced to endure the humiliation of witnessing my ex-boyfriend flaunt his new girl—who also happens to be my now ex-best friend—all over town. Double whammy.
Now I’m the pathetic ex-girlfriend left gutted, heartbroken, and nose deep in a bucket of ice cream. I’m doomed to spend the summer sulking over a guy who thought I was predictable and bad in bed.
So, when I get an offer guaranteeing me some well-deserved payback, of course I’m going to take it. Besides, the plan is simple. Pretend like I’m dating Ryder, the town’s popular bad boy, and make my ex wallow in a pit of jealousy and regret. It’s perfect.
I mean…what could possibly go wrong?
R. Linda drinks wine and writes books.
A coffee addicted, tattoo enthusiastic fangirl with a slight obsession for a particular British boy band and solo artist, she is a writer of Contemporary YA/NA Romance and Suspense, sometimes dabbling in Paranormal as well.
Renee lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and two sons. When not writing she can often be found reading books to her children and cuddling up with them on the couch to watch their favourite movies.
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review 2018-02-12 06:05
Cross Stroke (On The Edge) (Volume 1) - Elizabeth Hartey Tracey & Dak literally run into one another. She is starting over, since her chance at happiness was ruined at the last school she attended. This time, she plans to keep to herself and study. Dak is immediately attracted to Tracey. They have a lot in common. The both love to skate, hate to be considered anything but the best, and both want to be the boss. This story starts your heart pumping right from the very first chapter. The characters have excellent banter, heat, and ton of competition thrown in. I loved how fun and easy this story was to read. I never wanted to put it down. I simply cannot wait for the next book in the On The Edge series. ***This early copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.
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review 2016-12-08 19:22
I wanted this to be better than it was...
Limitless (The Underground Club Book 2) - S.J.D. Peterson

Before I start trying to explain this one. Let's just take a minute to admire that cover. I mean seriously that guy is hot! Dark hair, nice trim beard, long legs all dressed up in leather and those abs? Seriously that's all just one yummy package. Ok, I might have spent a little time with this cover but can you blame me?


Now as for the book. I was really, really looking forward to this one. We were introduced to Nash and Joshua in the first book of this series and from the word go, I liked Nash. The guy just did it for me and Nash well he liked...no he wanted Joshua and he's the type of man who usually gets what he wants. What he didn't know was that when he got Joshua, he was getting one seriously messed up sub, but that's ok because once he found out, he didn't change his mind. He still wanted him, so needless to say I liked Nash even more.


We weren't really given a lot of info on either of these men in the first book and while this was their story I still feel like there's a lot more to know about Nash and Joshua, especially Joshua since this book was predominantly told from Nash's perspective.


I think I would have enjoyed this a lot more if there had been a bit more info about Joshua and more story from his perspective. He's one seriously damaged guy. He uses pain to escape from basically the world and himself. He uses the high he gets from the pain to keep himself from thinking too much. It's a dangerous game he's playing and one that could get him killed and almost has in the past.


Nash's responsibility as Joshua's DOM isn't just to help him establish safe boundaries. With Joshua, it's to help him find them and learn how to use them because Joshua doesn't believe in using safewords...he'd rather die. Joshua's past seems to be a melting pot of abandonment, abuse and neglect that I felt like we only ever saw tiny glimpses of given how messed up this young man is.


I had a harder time feeling the connection between Nash and Joshua than I did with the MCs in the first story and I think that was due in part to the fact that I just needed a bit more of Joshua's perspective to balance things out. I loved how much Nash cared and how hard he was willing to try and above all else I was grateful that while Nash used the D/s relationship that he and Joshua were trying to establish to help Joshua, it always felt like it was being done as an interim measure with the real goal being to get Joshua to willingly agree to seek the professional help he so desperately needs.


Nash knew that while he wanted to, and could, be the DOM who met Joshua's needs, he could only do that once Joshua was in a healthier frame of mind and that was something that he knew he wasn't equipped to deal with. The fact that he put so much time and effort into Joshua's mental and physical well being showed that Nash was definitely the perfect DOM for Joshua.


My biggest disappointment was the ending it was abrupt and it came just at the point when I was really starting to get into their story and feel a solid connection between these two men. I really needed more and I'm hoping that it'll happen in the form of another novel or even a novella, something to give these two the solid HEA they deserve and will have so definitely earned...especially Joshua. 


"Limitless" may not have been quite what I was expecting but I'm totally on board for more and I have faith that whatever didn't quite happen in this book for me is coming down the road so I have no plans to miss out on more Donovan and Seth or hopefully more Nash and Joshua and I have a sneaky suspicion that we haven't seen the last of Troy and only the beginning of Malcolm and a certain twink bartender named 'Conrad'...tell me that's not a story in the making? 



An ARC of 'Limitless' was graciously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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