Wednesday, 1 March 2017
REVIEW - Heart of a Bad Boy (Destiny #3) by Sugar Jamison
Release Date: 31 May 2016
The Bad Boys of Destiny are back and this sexy charmer will stop at nothing to win the heart of the one woman who never let him down.
Shelly Walker was born to be good. Raised by her deeply religious, prison guard father, Shelly was taught that good girls follow the rules—and definitely don’t sin. Just as her father announces he’s arranging her marriage, Shelly’s childhood friend-turned-TV host, Levi King, unexpectedly returns. With his sexy smile and bad boy charm he’s the type of guy who has sin written all over him.
Levi has been fond of Shelly since childhood, but when he returns to town, he sees that the delicate girl he knew has turned into a bombshell. Levi encourages Shelly to shake things up, but when Shelly tells him that she’s considering obeying her father and starting a family, Levi realizes that being with Shelly means more to him than just a good time. Will Shelly follow the rules or will she take a chance on the bad boy?
My Opinion 4 STARS
Again i cannot give this book a higher rating as a lot of this just overlaps the previous books, but from Levi's perspective as all the books happen over the same time period.
Levi is the joker of the brothers, but we also see that he wears his heart on his sleeve a little more and is not as jaded and closed off as his brothers, although he uses flirting as his shield.
Michelle, often just called Shelly is a woman who has not experienced much and has kept herself very sheltered. She is the towns good girl and has been best friends with Levi for most of his life.
They make a very sweet couple, and Levi shows great patience with her and slowly helps to get her out of her shell and experiencing things in a way that is not too out of her depths.
Levi is my favourite out of the brothers, but the overlap in the writing in all the books really pulled things down.