From USA Today Bestselling Author S. E. LUND comes BAD BOY SAINT, the first part of a new novella series featuring a bad boy to die for and a heroine who can't resist him, no matter what.
There were whispers about Hunter's family. In the school halls, in the playground. In my own house. "He's Irish," my grandmother said when she saw him the first time. "Stay away from that one. The Saints are trouble, the lot of them. I heard they have pirate blood in them, no doubt about it."
My stepfather said the elder Saint brothers were dirty, corrupt, mixed up with organized crime, and their sons weren't far behind them, destined to be just as criminal as their father.
I didn't care. At nine, I was intrigued by the drama and had no idea what 'organized crime' meant. Besides, Hunter was what my nine-year-old self considered a total hunk.
He was everything an adolescent girl could desire: buff from years of training at his father's club, Saint Brothers Gym and Boxing Emporium, with longish dark hair that flopped in his eyes, pale skin, and blue, blue eyes.
I'd been in love with him my entire life. He was my first love and the one I could never forget. Then Fate intervened and we became enemies.
Now, I must go to Hunter on my hands and knees to beg him to save my brother's life.
I'll pay any price to save him. I'll do anything Hunter wants.
BAD BOY SAINT is part one of S. E. Lund's sexy new novella series, featuring a bad boy with a heart of gold and a heroine who can't get him out of her life or her heart. When Fate forces them back together again, can they deny what has long simmered between them?
I did like enjoy what this book was about. However the book contained more chapters about what happened in the past than present times and therefore you’d have to continue reading the other books to probably get to present times.
The chapters which involved the “past” were often boring and I had lost interest as I felt like they dragged on for too long
The start of the book is great and I really want to find out the rest. HATE when authors split up a book into parts. Just make it one whole book, it's super annoying.
The series of books could have been one book, but it would be boring as things are just recapped throughout. Not much really happens, the story lacks and characters boring. As for the price £2.49 for each book to then at the end of the four (£9.96) to be available for £5. I sadly won't read another from this author.