Discover the magic of New York Times bestseller Melissa Foster's writing, and see why millions of readers have fallen in love with the Love in Bloom steamy contemporary romance collection. Bad Billionaires After Dark are a series of sexy stand-alone romances. "Mick" is a USA Today bestseller.
Indulge your inner vixen with these sexy billionaires!
Meet the Bad Boys... Four fiercely loyal, sinfully sexy, uber alpha brothers, about to fall head over heels for their leading ladies.
In BAD BOYS AFTER DARK: MICK...
Amanda Jenner is done being a boring-man magnet and has finally taken control of her love life. As any smart paralegal would, she's researched the hell out of how to seduce a man. She's waxed, primped, and ready to put her newfound skills into action--and a masquerade bar crawl is the perfect venue for her solo coming-out party.
Entertainment attorney Mick Bad lives by two hard and fast rules. He never mixes business with pleasure, and he doesn't do relationships, which makes the anonymity of a masquerade bar crawl the perfect place for a onetime hookup.
Amanda thinks she's hit the jackpot when she bags a tall, dark, and sinfully delicious masked man--until she discovers the man she's made out with is her off-limits boss. Mick's already crossed a line he can never uncross, and one taste of sweet and sexy Amanda has only whet his appetite. When Mick offers to give Amanda a lesson in seduction--no strings, no regrets, and for goodness' sake, come Monday, no quitting--the tables turn, and Mick's totally unprepared for the lessons this sweet temptress provides.
©2016 Melissa Foster (P)2016 Melissa Foster
I would rather sit in an unproductive meeting for 6 hours
There was a study done linking a certain type of romance novel to domestic violence. This book reminds me of how that link is formed, teaching women that men actually want relationships even though they say they don’t want them. To convince men of what they “actually” want and magically they will come around to their way of thinking. I’m not saying this causes men to be abusive, just that it teaches women to ignore certain behavior and if they “just try harder” the men will want to be with them. I think (hope) this book was written awhile ago because I’m having a hard time believing that this whiny chick character with every sexist trope ever would be created today. Last thing, because I could go on forever, I hope every woman dresses for themselves, whatever that means to them, has sex in whatever way works for them with no shame, and whoever they find as a partner, if that’s what they want, is a fully formed adult just like they are, able to acknowledge their own faults and know they need to both want to do the work on themselves and know that they are they only ones that can heal them.