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    Loved this book!

    LOVED this book!! Brilliantly emotional story that kept me glued to the pages. After four years of dealing with the sudden death of his much loved wife Rae, Evan Downey has decided it's time for a fresh start and moves himself and his small son Lyon closer to family and friends in Evergreen Cove. Charlie (Charlotte) Harris was Rae's very best friend and misses her every day. Having Evan and Lyon close is just what her healing hearts needs. When sparks start to fly between Evan and Charlie, the guilt and feelings of betrayal are difficult to deal with and may be more than Charlie can handle. This is truly a great one and it is definitely going on my keeper shelf! I highly recommend it!!
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    beautiful loving bad boy

    WOW! beautiful love story!! i had to stop reading a couple of times so i wouldn't cry my eyes out. Jessica outdone herself in this book, for you to feel the characters pain and suffering, and of course; the love they have for each other. Thank you for writing! :)
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    emotional start to Lemmon’s newest series

    Bringing Home the Bad Boy is a very emotional start to Lemmon’s newest series. I love the idea of these three “bad boys” all grown up. Who doesn’t like a reformed rake, right? (Evan is related to characters from her Love in the Balance series, but as far as I can tell, since I didn’t read those books, this one can stand on its own. I’m sure his history makes an appearance but Lemmon does a great job of keeping readers current with the new series.) I was very impressed with how Lemmon handled this story. There were so many ways that this could go but I really enjoyed the fact that in the end it was just Charlotte who needed to get past the fact that Evan was married to her best friend. It’s been years and he’s done his grieving, accepting the things that cannot change and that life moves on. It’s not been easy and he knows that to fully heal he has to make a new life for himself. Charlotte’s difficulty is complicated by the fact that long ago, before Evan and Rae got together, she had a thing for him. She got past those feelings when it was obvious that Evan and Rae belonged together but it just gives added depth to her current guilt. Evan is willing to help her come to terms with the change in their relationship but it’s a step she’s going to have to be willing to take. With a sexy single father, who is doing a fantastic job raising an absolutely adorable kid, and a fun-loving but hesitant “Aunt Charlie”, Lemmon delivers a can’t-miss emotional read. With a devilish twinkle in his eye and a smirk to his smile, Evan will become your new fictional boyfriend. Although he may have some competition from the other bad boys, Asher and Donovan - I can't wait to see what comes next in the Second Chance series. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)
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    really enjoyed this book

    This was so much more than your typical romance. There was some angst, but not too much (given there was a death - albeit from 4 years previous - to deal with). I liked that we really got to know the characters and that it wasn't an insta-romance. They had history and we also saw the relationship develop in the present. Average romances tell you through description how the characters feel about each other; this one shows you through their actions and dialogue. I really enjoyed it.
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    This.Is.Perfect.

    "He did know. He had known. And he didn't stop in his pursuit of her because he'd known. He'd seen the truth way before she had." I had a hard time when I started this book. The first pages were so emotional and so raw, some of it reminiscent of my own life, that I found it hard to go on. I had to collect my thoughts and put some stuff into perspective before I went on. This book is absolutely perfect. I finished it like 3 minutes ago and I'm crying. And I'm thinking, not for the first time, I wish life was just like this. Evan used to be a bad boy - maybe he still is, but without a wife and with a son to raise, he's changing his life and moving back to Evergreen Cove. Charlie is his late wife's best friend and they've always been close. But Charlie is also broken by life and by a relationship with a man who was completely undeserving of her. Even if she is the one wrongly feeling undeserving of love or happiness. And she finally finds someone who pursues her, who wants her and needs her and is willing to show her everything she's been missing out on. I don't want to say this is a second chance or a friends to lovers story, as it doesn't feel like this to me. It's a story about embracing the past and moving forward into the future, and being somewhere you belong. And this somewhere is actually someone, and that is absolutely perfect. Regrets? Yes. One. I regret it's taken me 5 years to read this book.
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