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Carol was an avid mountain climber until an accident left her in a wheelchair. Love is the last thing on her mind, until she hires Nick to play Santa. Shocked at the sensations he elicits, she resists him and decides to date a good guy - a disabled firefighter.
Nick is drawn to Carol like a magnet to iron, and he sets out to prove that bad boys who hire themselves out can be good boys, too - especially in bed.
Carol discovers she’s not dead to passion, but when Nick’s dirty laundry is aired, she regrets choosing the naughty over the nice. Will the spirit of Christmas teach her that sometimes a huge lump of coal can turn into the brightest diamond of love?
Book 1: Ryker & Terri (Motorcycle Club Romance)
Book 2: Ken & Jolie (Hawaiian Vacation Romance)
Book 3: Nick & Carol (A Christmas Romance)
The Bad Boys for Hire series was voted Best Series of 2016 Beck Valley Books Reviewers Choice Award.
©2016 Rachelle Ayala (P)2017 Rachelle Ayala Publishing, LLC
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By Rebecca Azizov on 12-09-17

this book struck a personal chord

when I received this book I thought it'll be a easy going book but it was much much more and for me someone with the paraplegic disorder from the day I was born this book was personal although I can feel my body I can't walk and I can understand any feeling the main character had in this book every doubt every self-pity feeling I wasn't crying in this book but it was a very emotional book for me
the author made an incredible research on the subject every word was correct the narrator was great as well loved this book very much

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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By Isha Coleman on 02-17-18

Rachelle Ayala is one addiction I'll gladly own.

What began as a sexy read emerged as an expedition of hope. Mr. Abell gave Nick's bad boy charm a voice. Nick gave a wounded heart a reason to soar. Carol was his motivation to become a better man. Nick was Carol's bright light at the end of dark road. Ayala wrote the words that stole my heart and Abell supplied the voice that had me catching my breath.

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By A D. on 01-30-18

Christmas feel-good, redefining yourself books!

I have heard all the books in the series so far. While I enjoyed all of them, this is my favourite. There is so much going on.

Nick is hot but that isn't what is striking about him. He lacks direction in his career and makes choices that are soul crushing for him. He has a lot of growing up to do and self acceptance is an essential part of his development. That aside, he is a generous, caring person with the innate ability to see beyond the obvious.

Carol, who the reader would have encountered in a previous book in the series, is an organised and disciplined person. A freak accident while climbing has left her wheelchair bound and she is learning to cope with herself in these new circumstances. Pre-accident she would have never considered a friendship with Nick, let alone something more.

But their connection is instant and undeniable. They just have a lot of personal red tape to get through to find themselves, each other and a Christmas miracle.

Rachelle Ayala's books have a feel-good factor. She often gives her characters realistic circumstances to contend with but balances it with community, friendship and even Christian faith and ideals. This is a good Christmas story and definitely fits the season.

Chris Adell has narrated several of Rachelle Ayala's books. He gives an enjoyable performance and is a good match for Nick's bad boy character.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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