The third in a brand new trilogy of novellas from New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Roxanne St. Claire set on the sun-washed beaches of Barefoot Bay!
Nathaniel Ivory is known in the tabloids as "Naughty Nate", and this member of one of America's wealthiest families has done everything he can to earn that nickname. But Nate is determined to change all that - until he meets Liza Lemanski, an arresting and irresistible woman who makes some claims about his past that rock him to the core. Can Nate give her what she wants to avoid another scandal - or is Liza the one woman who has what it takes to tame this sexy billionaire bad boy?
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I think this might have been my favorite of the 3 books in this series. Maybe because there seemed to be a little more drama to it: the question of who Dylan’s father was, Nate or Jeff Munson, and the fight Nate and Jeff had. The question of who Bailey/Carrie really was and the snooping Nate and Liza had to do to find out. Together they took his yacht from Barefoot Bay to Key West to look into the background of Bailey because Liza believed she was a sweet girl and Nate just knew Bailey was a liar. Yeah, it had a little more to it than the other two books.
I liked Nate a little more than Zeke and Elliot, too. He was trying to get away from his Naughty Nate reputation but it was so difficult for him, so hard for others to believe. Until he met Liza.
I did adore Dylan (he was 4) and his constant spelling but I saw no reason for the author to write about him having a temper tantrum. She makes him a great kid one minute then a total brat. What was the point in that?
There was plenty of sexual tension in these 3 books, which made them much better, rather than just plopping a sex scene into a story because the publishers tell them that sex sells. And there was explicit sexual things that went on, on top of his desk, that was plenty hot. And there was swearing and the F-bomb was used 2 times.
As to the narrator: Kaleo Griffith was just as good in this book as he was in the other two stories. His voices were awesome and his whispering would give any woman goose bumps.
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