Hawk's Call : Bad Boy

  • by Simone Carter
  • Narrated by Lissa Blackwell
  • Series: Bad Boy
  • 3 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Hawk's Call - Bad Boy Series: Book One
Robyn felt like she'd lost her little sister Crystal when she ran off and married Guts. She was only 18-years-old and she'd not heard from her in over a month.
But one night, she got a phone call from Crystal asking for help. Unfortunately, the call was cut off when Guts caught her on the phone. Robyn was frantic. She was her only family and she was determined to find her.
Robyn takes what little money she has and heads to Nashville. She checks into a shabby rundown motel. It's all she can afford. She grabs a paper and looks for jobs but doesn't see anything that suits her. The manager of the motel gives her a lead on a job at a biker bar nearby.
Hawk's House is known for its biker customers and live music. It's a rough and tumble kind of place but Crystal is desperate. So, she checks it out.
How bad could it be?
Hawk's Call is book one in the steamy Bad Boy Romance series.
Series can be listened to in any order. HEA guaranteed, and no cliffhanger.

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Fun, Quick Listen!

Bad boy romances are fun! And Simone Carter always gives a quick and entertaining story. Robyn leaves town to try and find her sister Crystal. When she reaches Nashville, she looks for a job to help pay her way while looking and ends up at a bar owned by Hawk. Instant chemistry between these two. Simone always adds a little suspense to her romance giving some body to the story. I do enjoy that Robyn is an independent woman, able to support and defend herself. Definitely some good listening with Liisa Blackwell narrating this enjoyable quick novel.
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- PATRICIA

Good start to the series...

This is a good book that pulled me in from the start. There's always something going on to keep you listening for what will happen next. Although everything in this story wrapped up nicely in the end, there's still enough of a cliffhanger to keep you guessing and anxious for the next book.
The narrator did a great job. All the characters had distinct voices which makes for an easy, enjoyable listen!
I received a free review copy and voluntarily left this review.
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- Kimberly Smith

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-19-2017
  • Publisher: SHC Publishing