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Publisher Description

A steamy fling with an old crush who doesn’t do commitment? What was she thinking! Find out in the conclusion to Reese Ryan’s Bourbon Brothers series.

What happens when you say yes to a bad boy?

Even if divorcée Renee Lockwood were willing to give love a second chance, she wouldn’t choose Cole Abbott. The sexy, successful real estate developer doesn’t do commitment. But he’s perfect for a no-strings fling—exactly what Ren needs now that she’s moved back home to raise her son. Mind-blowing pleasure with the man she once crushed on is harder to quit than Ren expected. Impossible, in fact. Is time running out before the bad boy bolts…or will the results of her experiment surprise her? 

From Harlequin Desire: A luxurious world of bold encounters and sizzling chemistry.

Love triumphs in these uplifting romances, part of The Bourbon Brothers series:

Book 1: Savannah's Secrets
Book 2: The Billionaire's Legacy
Book 3: Engaging the Enemy
Book 4: A Reunion of Rivals
Book 5: Waking Up Married
Book 6: The Bad Boy Experiment

December 28
Harlequin Digital Sales Corporation

Customer Reviews

Queen_cee ,

What a beautiful end to a series

I’m sad to see this series end but Reese Ryan picked the right brother for the final Bourbon Brothers book. In the other books you get the feeling there is more to Cole than being the bad boy that he wants everyone to think he was. Ren was his perfect match. She knew him better than anyone else. It was obvious that Cole found his soulmates in Ren and Mercer. I loved witnessing his instant connection with Mercer. It broke my heart that he didn’t think he was worthy of them. I just wanted to shake him. Ren was so afraid of getting hurt that she wasn’t willing to give Cole another chance. Thank goodness Cole & Ren had people who love them that could see that they belonged together. This was the perfect end to this series. Thank you, Reese for bringing us along for the ride. And thanks for the surprise at the end.

Rondi76 ,

A real chance at love

The heat was brought in this book in a slow burn kind of way. Loved it. This book was like second chance meets missed connections. Second chance at love for Renee and for the last single Abbott. Loved this book and how we learned the background of Renee and Cole but we were not held to their teenage angst we were full on adult situations. With feelings of love for the first time and those insecurities that anyone may feel. Love just snuck up on the “bad boy” and the “nerd”.

Alikrasha ,

Saved the Best for Last

The last person Cole Abbott expects to see in his hometown of Magnolia Lake is his ex-tutor from high school. Renee Lockwood has grown more beautiful, but he still plans to keep his distance. Things did not end well last time around. And that’s perfect for Renee because she has no patience for a bad boy like Cole no matter how successful and handsome he has become. When Cole and Renee find themselves competing to purchase the same property, the seller proposes an unorthodox plan that would inevitably bring Cole and Renee closer.

This is the last book in The Bourbon Brothers series, and by far my favorite. I laughed and smiled almost the entire time. I fell in love with Cole despite him being described as an eternal bachelor. No, it wasn’t the graphic T-shirts, the Timberland boots, or the truck. Cole is an incorrigible flirt, but he’s not all talk. He shows his romantic side in a very practical way.

In the spirit of not spoiling any of the plot, I’ll just say I loved the unexpected way Renee is introduced to the idea of a bad boy experiment.

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