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  • Loved it!!

    Loved! This! Book! The story is incredible and the writing is spectacular! Rarely can an author make me loathe a character so quickly and have me love him so deeply at the end. Donovan who appears to be the baddest of bad boys turns out to be one of the most loving and caring men around. Now Sofie just needs him to believe it. This is a great read and everyone needs it on the must read list. I highly recommend it.

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  • I loved every minute of it

    When I reviewed Bringing Home the Bad Boy, I said that Evan was likely to have some competition as a book boyfriend with Donovan and I wasn't wrong. With Rescuing the Bad Boy Lemmon delivers an addictive hero who carries just as many scars on the inside as the outside. It's an emotional rollercoaster from the beginning and I loved every minute of it. Donovan is a charming rascal but his past has caused him to shut himself off from people, feeling like he has nothing to offer others. He's got a couple of close friends but they definitely have to do most of the work in the relationship. Then there is Sofia. A few weeks dancing around an attraction to each other leads to a night that changes things for both of them. Years later, Donovan is back but he isn't happy about it ... and the attraction between the two is as hot as ever. I love Sofia. She's got an amazingly level-head about Donovan and I think she handled every step of the way with a lot of style. The ending has to be one of my favorites of all time. As these two navigate the minefield of their past (both individually and shared), the present and how they are going to handle the future, I found myself drawn more and more to them. Lemmon delivers it so smoothly and naturally - I can't wait to read more from these guys. (Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review)

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  • Love is about getting what you don't deserve.

    "She loved him. Loved him. Still. He hugged her close and buried his face in her neck: 'Thank you'." There's a reason why Jessica Lemmon is one of my favorite romance authors. Even more so, if possible, since the first book of this series and now after this incredible second book. Her characters are real. They've had a bad childhood, so much stuff thrown at them and they're still up and fighting. Even if they feel like they don't deserve it. I wanted to hate Donovan after the first few pages. I did. But as the book progresses you get that he's not the villain in this story. The villain is life and the cards he was dealt from an early age. Yes, sure, he could've handled it differently, or not at all, but the fact that he is flawed makes this book even better somehow. Sofie is the sweet girl, who gives him his virginity and then has her heart broken by him. It would be easy saying this scarred her, but it actually scarred them both. And, as the blurb says, not all scars heal, and not all scars are bad ones. This is a perfect second chance story. Donovan's story broke my heart, and Sofie healed his along with mine throughout this book. It makes you believe love really is out there, even if you're messed up, if you think people are better off without you, and if you're not willing to believe you deserve to be happy. Because "Love is about getting what you don't deserve." What an amazing book.

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