I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Bad Boy of Bluebonnet by Jessica Clare
Published by Self Published on 09-01-2014
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 71 pages
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Emily Allard-Smith enjoys running her tiny bed and breakfast in quiet Bluebonnet, Texas. The only problem? It’s haunted, and she’s got no one to call when things go bump in the night.
Enter Jericho Lozada. He’s tall, sexy, mohawked, and good with his hands. He’s also not scared of Em’s ghost. And just when Em decides that she needs a man in her life with lots and lots of tattoos…her ex shows up again.
Now Emily has to figure out if she wants to keep a hold on the ghosts of her past…or look into a future with Jericho. But does Jericho even want a future with her?
This novella contains a Harley, a hero with a mohawk, and not a single paranormal event. Promise!
Read It, Track It is a way for me to track books for my reading challenges and they will be super short.
After being introduced to Jericho and Emily in The Virgin’s Guide to Misbehaving, I was excited to get the full story on the couple.
The Bad Boy of Bluebonnet is a sweet and sexy romance between a drifter and small town divorcee that loves to bake and needs a little fun with a bad boy.
*Free Read – I received this novella for free through the author’s newsletter.
After 17 years I've finally finished my BA in English (no I do not want to be a teacher). Before majoring in English I would not have touched anything labeled "classic", but I have enjoyed a few along the way in my college career.
While I hated to read growing up, I am now an avid book reader and audiobook listener. I love rejecting reality one book at a time. I only read fiction within my favorite (at least to date) genres which include: most romance (paranormal, contemporary, D/s, BDSM, M/M)Urban Fantasy, and a few YA (mostly PNR or UF from favorite adult authors, but I'm slowly stepping out of my comfort zone after enjoying a few contemporary YA novels in adolescent literature class I took).