ARC Review – Heart of a Bad Boy (Destiny #3) by Sugar Jamison

I had a hard time starting it as it overlapped the first two books. I enjoy a little overlapping of books, but this one seemed to have more in it than normal. I enjoyed the book, but would have liked to have had the story move forward instead of forward and then back to taking up where the previous books were taking place. ~ Shelly, Guilty Pleasures 

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The Bad Boys of Destiny are back and this sexy charmer will stop at nothing to win the heart of the one woman who never let him down.

Shelly Walker was born to be good. Raised by her deeply religious, prison guard father, Shelly was taught that good girls follow the rules—and definitely don’t sin. Just as her father announces he’s arranging her marriage, Shelly’s childhood friend-turned-TV host, Levi King, unexpectedly returns. With his sexy smile and bad boy charm he’s the type of guy who has sin written all over him.

Levi has been fond of Shelly since childhood, but when he returns to town, he sees that the delicate girl he knew has turned into a bombshell. Levi encourages Shelly to shake things up, but when Shelly tells him that she’s considering obeying her father and starting a family, Levi realizes that being with Shelly means more to him than just a good time. Will Shelly follow the rules or will she take a chance on the bad boy?

 

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Shelly-Avatar---BoxThis is the third book in the Bad Boys of Destiny series, these sexy men who start life hard and find peace back in the town they thought they would never return to.

Shelly is the good girl who followed the rules and didn’t walk on the wild side, until her long time friend comes back to town and her rules are throw out the door.

Levi has returned to his childhood town to see his ailing Aunt or so it seems. But when he sees his long time friend and sees what she is hiding behind her shy, quite facet he sets about to shake things up for them both.

I had a hard time starting it as it overlapped the first two books. I enjoy a little overlapping of books, but this one seemed to have more in it than normal. I enjoyed the book, but would have liked to have had the story move forward instead of forward and then back to taking up where the previous books were taking place.

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