Monday, 8 February 2016

REVIEW - Bad Boy Valentine (Bad Boys on Holiday #2) by Sylvia Pierce

The Book
Release Date: 1 February 2016
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“Favorite flavor? Well it sure as hell ain’t vanilla. Bend over, Valentine.”

Kate Molina isn’t looking for love; she just needs a reliable contractor to finish her bakery remodel. Hiring the bad-boy convict who broke her heart? Definitely not part of the plan. So what if he’s the only guy who ever gave her the big O, and—ugh, fine—even hotter than she remembered? Toe-curling orgasms aside, it’s way too late to forgive and forget.

If only she could forget the hot slide of his tongue between her thighs…

Eight years ago, Jagger Barnes made the biggest damn mistake of his life, costing him his freedom and the only woman he ever loved. Now out on parole, he’s determined to work hard, stay the f*ck out of trouble, and leave the past behind. But as usual, fate has other plans… starting with his sexy-as-sin, mad-as-hell ex. 

One look at Kate’s lush little ass, and Jagger’s more than ready to make up for all those lonely nights…

Love may be naughtier the second time around, but when Cupid takes aim at the reformed bad boy and his sugar-sweet baker, will the arrow finally hit the mark, or is their smoking hot reunion a recipe for disaster?

** A sexy, standalone Valentine’s Day novella with an HFN and no cliffhanger! ** Bad Boy Valentine is part of the Bad Boys on Holiday novella series. Each book is a standalone erotic romance and can be read in any order.

My Opinion  5 STARS
*My thanks to the author for providing me with a free copy for an honest review**

Another hot little number from Sylvia Pierce that will have you turning page after page just waiting to see what happens next.

Kate and Jagger have a past.  A past that hurt Kate when Jagger turned his back on her, however the attraction is still very much there when they meet up again by coincidence eight years later.

Jagger always seems to think not being a part of Kate's life is better for her, however just like at the beginning he never asks her what she feels.  He takes it on himself.

Both characters are hurt, but find that now that they have seen each other, everything crashes back and they cannot be without each other again.

The sex is hot and the past is told so well that you feel as if you have been a part of it.

Another well told novella and I can't wait to see what happens in the next one :)

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