After Jolie Becker is left at the altar, her friends secretly hire a handsome beach bum to cheer her up.
When an accident ends his professional surfing career, Ken Cassidy wants nothing more than to land an acting role. Little does he know, his best acting job will be helping a jilted bride get her confidence back.
Everything changes when love kicks in. Will Jolie believe Ken's feelings are real when she discovers he's the hired help?
Bad Boys for Hire are fun and exciting stories where love is unexpected, but always delicious. They can be listened to as standalones, but for greater enjoyment, please be sure to check out the other books in the series.
Book One: Ryker and Terri (Motorcycle Club Romance)
Book Two: Ken and Jolie (Hawaiian Vacation Romance)
Book Three: Nick and Carol (Christmas Holiday Romance)
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A wonderful book to listen to
- Keli M.
Not your typical honeymoon
An entertaining and enjoyable addition to the series. I was really looking forward to this book based on how much I liked the first in the series and while I enjoyed the story I didn't end up liking it as much as the first book. The story just never drew me in completely. I am looking forward to next book in the series about Carole.
It's a sweet, fun, sometimes steamy romance that actually deals with the issue of self esteem and the insecurities we all have at times. Learning to like and accept yourself for who you are.
Some of the lines in this story were just too plain corny and cheesy for me. I think that's where my problem comes in. Even though it's a good story the cheesy/sappy/corny lines threw me out of the story at times. (especially some of the lines in the more steamy scenes)
Ken was likable from the start. He's a "sweetheart of a guy" that would do anything for the woman he loves. His sister Carol is also a great character. Jolie started out likable but she got on my nerves after a while. She was such an uptight and depressing person with all her issues. She does redeem herself in the end though.
Chris Abell does a really good job with the narration. Nice voice that easy to listen to for long periods of time. Clearly spoken with a nice even pace. Good character voices. Both male and female. He was able to bring the characters and story to life. Very enjoyable.
I was provided this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily provided this review.