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Make Mine a Bad Boy

Make Mine a Bad Boy

Escrito por Katie Lane

Narrado por Nicole Poole


Make Mine a Bad Boy

Escrito por Katie Lane

Narrado por Nicole Poole

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4/5 (7 valoraciones)
Longitud:
8 horas
Publicado:
Jan 1, 2011
ISBN:
9781461849674
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

Widely respected among peers in the romance industry and number one in the hearts of her fans, Katie Lane pens tales that steam up windows—and leave readers aglow with triumphs of the heart. One-time cheerleader and homecoming queen Hope Scroggs makes a triumphant return to her hometown of Bramble, Texas, to claim the love of her high school sweetheart. But there’s many a slip twixt a cup and a lip, and Hope ends up in the sights of the ultimate bad boy instead.
Publicado:
Jan 1, 2011
ISBN:
9781461849674
Formato:
Audiolibro


Sobre el autor

Katie Lane is the author of the Deep in the Heart of Texas series. She lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, with her high school sweetheart.

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  • (4/5)
    I LOVE Colt, such a sensitive, hot bad boy, I want to lick his tatttoos...and I so love the "special" part of his tattoo =) I really enjoy MMABB, it was different than Going Cowboy Crazy. There didn't seem to be alot of tender moments between Colt and Hope, however each had tender thoughts about the other in their head...I didn't want to like Hope but something kept a soft spot in my heart for her, but the end I loved her. I love the town of Bramble and all the nosy townfolk. I hope to see more of Shirlene =)I really don't know how to describe this book, I really liked it, it had some surprises that caught me totally off guard...Definitely looking forward to another visit to Bramble.
  • (5/5)
    MAKE MINE A BAD BOY by Katie Lane is another exciting western contemporary romance set in present day Bramble,Texas.The second in the " A DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS NOVEL",but can be read as a stand alone,although most of the characters appear in Book One "Going Cowboy Crazy".This is an easy to follow story of romance,love,twins,sweet sensuality,wit and community involvement.In this story Hope,Faith's twin,finds herself back home after going off to Hollywood to become a star,her best friend Slate marrying her twin.Faith,.Hope didn't even know she had a twin.Then enter Colt,the town bad boy from his youth,no one know what he has actually become.He and Hope had a thing in high school.Colt with is Texas charm and Hope with her feisty beauty are a pair to reckon with when put together sparks fly.In the end Hope and Colt must face an expected fate together...a baby is on the way.This is a fast paced story of community involvement,romance,love and the true meaning of learning to love someone else no matter what.What a great read with all the Texas charm and flair.There will be another new bride in town with Make Mine a Bad Boy for even bad boy deserve love and happiness.This is a must read.This book was received for the purpose of review from Reading Romance Book Blogs and details can be found at Forever,an imprint of Simon and Schuster and My Book Addiction and More.
  • (3/5)
    This book is a follow on from book two and you should really read the first. Hope Scroggs (I know, what a horrible name!) is having some trouble. Things are definitely not going as she hoped when she took off to become an actress in Hollywood. Her pretend boyfriend has married her long lost twin sister, her dreams of becoming famous led to a stint in a strip club and she can’t seem to forget her one night of sin with the town bad boy. Colt Lomax has always been the outcast of Bramble. Destined to be looked upon as a future criminal, Colt left the town as soon as possible to get away from judgemental eyes. The one thing he has never been able to get away from is the vivacious Hope; the high school beauty queen, destined to never look his way. When he bumped into her in Hollywood, she was feeling vulnerable and fell into bed with the smooth talking hottie. Thing is, it’s left a lasting impression on both of them and now Colt wants a repeat performance. With all the things that are going on her life, a quick roll in the hay is the last thing on Hope’s mind. But, can she really resist the bad boy of Bramble again? Especially when her body screams yes every time she sees him.

    Hope Scroggs is not the most likeable character that I’ve ever met. A massive bundle of insecurities, she came across as brash and quite bitchy at times. The town had built her up to be the golden girl of Bramble and given her the belief that the world was her oyster. When Hollywood didn’t live up to expectations, her feelings of self worth hit rock bottom. Colt came along and made her feel pretty again and so they ended up in bed. The sex stirs up an unwanted attraction that sends Hope running back to the safety net of Bramble. Once there, she realises that the safety net has been whipped away. Her back up man Slate has got married to the identical twin she never knew she had, leaving her in a state of uncertainty. The only thing that’s certain now is the devotion of the townsfolk, but even that is under threat with the arrival of Faith. She is truly horrible to Faith in some ways; if they were children you would put it down to sibling rivalries, but we are talking about adults here. When Colt comes along, she fights tooth and nail to get him to leave town. Why? Because she’s as judgemental as the rest of the town and thinks he isn’t good enough. He’s a lowlife criminal who does what he wants and lives off his brother-in-laws money; he isn’t good enough for the sweetheart of Bramble, no matter how attractive she finds him! It really is quite laughable how wrong they have him pegged! By the end of the book, I did like her a little better. When she let’s go of all the judgement, she is actually quite open to seeing how misunderstood Colt is. The thing that p*ssed me off was that she had to have him prove how wrong she was before she actually stopped being such an ass with him.

    Colt I like. He isn’t an angel, but he’s definitely badly treated. He is a walking talking tattooed hottie, but he is all marshmallow on the inside. Let’s list the charges the town have put against him. Bad boy? Check, but in a pant droppingly delicious way. Criminal? Not guilty. A leech? Nope, he has made himself successful. What I like about him is that he doesn’t deem the townsfolk worthy enough to know the truth; they gave up on him a long time ago, therefore are not worthy of his explanations. Still, I felt so sorry for him; he didn’t have an easy upbringing and those idiots made it worse! When the poop hits the fan for several of our main characters, he does everything in his power to help in any way he can. That’s when I knew that he wasn’t a bad-boy at all; he just wore the uniform! He starts to drop some of that anger over the course of the book and heal...it just makes him more delicious!

    There is a massive similarity between this book and the last. The townsfolk are portrayed pretty much as idiots in both tales. They get an idea into their heads and won’t let it go, despite evidence to the contrary. In book one, they decided Faith was Hope and would not be told otherwise. In this one, it’s that Hope is pregnant, which leads to a Bounty Hunter being hired to track down the Father (Huh?). Although it is entertaining, the joke started to wear a little thin after a while. Whilst overall the book was a hit for me, this particular theme just made me tired!

    A misunderstood bad boy falls in love with the town sweetheart in this lovely tale of love and rebirth. With tattoos, a motorbike and a heart of gold, Colt is a man that I’d like to meet
  • (3/5)
    The prodigal town sweetheart has returned to Brambles to redeem the life she left behind, only to find that it has been stolen by someone who is her spitting image! Hope thought she would always have Slate to marry when she’s good and ready, but when he ties the knot with Faith, Hope doesn’t know if she’s ready to share everything with her twin sister. To make things more complicated, Colt Lomax rolls back into town – and with him, comes memories of their recent night of passion. When passion ends up with unexpected consequences, are Colt and Faith ready to own up to the changes in their lives, or will they continue to live in denial?Make Mine A Bad Boy had big cowboy boots to fill after such a spectacular start of Book 1, and I did not latch onto Hope as much as I had expected. For some reason, I pictured Hope as a tomboy, elbow-deep with the rough-and-tumble cowboys. While she can pack a punch, Hope ends up being girlier than I had anticipated – and, on top of that, acts sort of bratty when she discovers Faith with Slate. I think what happened is that I loved Book 1 so much – long-lost twin, mistaken identities, matchmaking schemes – and it seemed so fresh at the time, that when Hope enters the scene and tries to steal the spotlight, I had a hard time letting go of Faith and Slate. Perhaps if I had waited a little while before reading Book 2, I might have enjoyed it a little better!