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    Once Upon A Bad Boy

    A perfect second chance romance if there ever was one! What would you do if the love of your life left you after your prom and now 10 years later was sitting across from you working on the same movie? That's right! Sadie Gold finally is moving out of soap operas and into the lead role of a movie and she got the role on her own and at the table read she discovers the stunt coordinator is none other than Bo Ibarra, her first love. Oh my. Bo is just as flummoxed when he discovers he is working with Sadie, she was his first love. Will they be able to work together and keep their hands off? Should they? Yea right! The chemistry between these two is enough to combust everything within striking distance. They have to overcome the past and work towards the future but they are up for the task. Add in the characters from the previous books in this series (great reads but not necessary for this one) and this is another hit! Definitely recommend this one. I deem it a standalone if you have not read the rest of the series. **Received this ARC for review from the publisher via NetGalley**
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    I really like this book.

    This story was a quick and highly enjoyable read. MC's have a past that has left them pining for one another without even realizing it. I loved the dynamic between them. The pust and pull was so fun to read and i kept rooting for them to finally fall into each others arms. When that happened I was really happy to see that their actions from the past didn't end their future together. One thing for sure; girls in this series have been through a lot but managed to pull their life together with the help of men who worshiped the ground they walk on. All there book are a great summer read. ***Review copy requested and reviewed on behalf of OMGReads Blog***
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    Once Upon A Bad Boy

    ARC for honest review with no compensation received from NetGalley 4.5 stars Once Upon a Bad Boy is book 3 in the Sometimes In Love series by Melonie Johnson. Is it possible to have a second chance at forever love? Sadie Gold and Bo Ibarra where a couple at one time but circumstances tore them apart. Now years later Bo shows up on the set of Sadie‘s new movie as the stunt coordinator. Can these two work together, discuss and put their past mistakes behind them to find their Happy Ever After or will being at odds keep them apart forever??
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    I like a good second chance story.

    I like a good second chance story. These two had to overcome their past. She is rich, he isn't. They have secrets that have to come out, but have they kept them so long that it is hard to bring them to light. Sadie is becoming a star and it is because of her own hard work, not because of her family money. Not everyone in the public believes that she has done this on her own. Bo's family has been taking care of Sadie's grandmother's estate for years and that is how they met. Sadie spent summers with her grandmother. It has been 10 years since they have seen each other and then surprise - Bo is working on Sadie's new movie. Will they contine to hold on to old hurts and secrets? Or will they put aside all of that and come together again?
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    Second chance romance is the best!

    Once Upon a Bad Boy is the third book in the Sometimes in Love series. Things are a bit different this time around. Instead of one of the best friends meeting a Scot or a Brit, Once Upon a Bad Boy is a second chance romance. It’s also darker and more intense. There is still the humor that had me laughing out loud and the steamy scenes, and the movie references are great, but this story has history and long ago, still lingering, heartbreak. Sadie has the chance to take her career to the next level, and she needs a stunt coordinator. Turns out that guy is Bo, her first love who broke up with her without explanation on their high school prom night. Sadie ran and never went back, and this is the first Sadie and Bo have seen each other since that night. It’s obvious right away that the chemistry is still there, but can they go back? Or move ahead together? Is the risk of more heartbreak too great? Once Upon a Bad Boy is an entertaining story. Sadie and Bo both have a lot of baggage, but their attraction is too strong to ignore. There is an array of colorful secondary characters (and old favorites from the first two books) that pop in and out and add to the fun of the story. As Bo and Sadie spend more and more time together both on and off the set, they explore their old and current feelings and why things worked out as they did. This is where the story got a little difficult for me. Sadie’s reaction on prom night is understandable because she was a teenager, but her inability or unwillingness to reflect on it as an adult did not sit well with me, especially the way she has allowed her relationship with her grandmother to suffer. The over-the-top, sometimes immature reactions and behavior of “the girls” worked better in the first two books, maybe because these were unfamiliar settings and new romances rather than revisiting and examining history, but at times Sadie comes off as spoiled and unwilling to just sit down and take a minute and think things through rather than wailing like a soap opera queen about what she has lost. I also thought that some of the secondary characters with very dramatic storylines could have been explored or explained a little deeper. Once Upon a Bad Boy is a sweet, contemporary romance that I'd recommend for a vacation or beach read. Thanks to St. Martin's Press and NetGalley for providing this ARC to be reviewed in exchange for my honest opinion.
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