The perfect man for me is the one who broke my heart. #thanksbutnothanks
Yeah, I wish.
I’m on a mission to find myself a nice, solid, respectable man. The only problem is nice, solid, and respectable comes in a meh package and is B-O-R-I-N-G as hell.
It’s been established. I have one type. Bad Boy. I tried the other flavors, I really did. But there’s nothing like the allure of a man who takes what he wants without apology.
As if my love life isn’t dramatic enough, Dean Bennett walks into my life again thinking he’s going to win me back with his charm and charisma. He might come in a different package, but under that expensive suit he’s still the same cocky, arrogant, pompous prick who only cares about numero uno.
I’m not that naïve young girl anymore so I have to ignore the fact that the way he looks at me practically sets my panties on fire.
Everyone deserves a second chance to right a wrong. The problem? He’s not just an ex-boyfriend…
He’s my ex-husband.
A sexy second chance romcom STANDALONE in the Charity Case Series.
Great second chance romance
Chelsea and Dean met in college and fell in love at first sight. Dean was a Senior being scouted as a baseball pitcher by the MLB and Chelsea was a freshman. They married on impulse in Vegas and were divorced four months later after Dean’s partying ended his baseball career and their marriage. Fast forward five years and Chelsea is working at the RISE charity where she delivers tax information to their new attorney, who happens to be her ex. Dean has turned his life around and wants to have a second chance with Chelsea. This is a fun second chance romance.
I’m left hanging
The book is good, but it just stops. Great storyline but were is the rest?
Why are these women so easy?
I really thought Chelsea was going to be a fun character, a real ball buster. She’s not. It’s embarrassing how easy she gives in to a man who doesn’t deserve it. This series, so far, is way over priced for the content. This author has two good novels, the first and third books in the Blue Collar series. Give those a read but skip the second book.