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This bad boy is ready to work some magic… Identical twin and Las Vegas performer Max Dalton has always been the number one bad boy in his family, and he's appreciated the women and fame that come along with his reputation. Now, with his brother married to the love of his life and expecting a family of his own, Max sees what being a playboy has cost him.
Grace Sinclair is on a mission when she comes to Vegas, one that involves asking Max, her best friend's brother-in-law, to give her the pleasure no man's ever been able to. She suspects Max has more layers than he lets people see, but she's determined to keep her heart safe even as she offers him her body. After all, Max can give her what she wants, but not what she needs - her own family. For that, she has a plan that doesn't include Max.
Will Grace see beyond Max's bad boy facade long enough to trust him with her heart? And will Max figure out what he really wants before he loses the one woman who makes him believe in love again?
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- Sarah Daniel
Looks can be deceiving. For Max his persona precedes him. It's that persona that draws Grace to seek his help with an issue. Grace keeps chasing the elusive O. Will Max help her finally find it? Or will she continue to chase after something in reach
I enjoyed this book better than the first one. Max is definatley on my list of favorite male characters. I was sad that the book didn't go on. I wanted more of Max and Grace.
The audiobook was great. The narrator kept the southern accent of Grace was consistent. This author and the narrator work well together.
A really "GOOD" Bad Boy!
Would you listen to Bedding the Bad Boy again? Why?
Yes I would because I enjoyed it even more than the first one which I loved. It captivated me from the beginning.
What other book might you compare Bedding the Bad Boy to and why?
I don't think I could compare to any other book and really woundn't want to try. I feel it's quite original in it's theme of "Magicians" and I feel Virna has a style all her own which I find very enjoyable.
Have you listened to any of Ellen Lange’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I listened to the previous book and now I am a lot more in tune to her voice and I enjoy her very much. I think she did a very good job.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
This second book had me hooked all the way. I really enjoyed ALL OF IT.
Fun to listen to.
What did you like most about Bedding the Bad Boy?
It was fun!
What did you like best about this story?
It made me want to keep listening!
What about Ellen Lange’s performance did you like?
She is a good narrator.
Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Not really. I just thought it was a good listen.