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Bad Boys for Hire: Nick – A Book Review


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This Christmas, paraplegic Carol Cassidy is caught between the naughty and the nice: a hired Santa and a disabled firefighter.

Carol was an avid mountain climber until an accident left her in a wheelchair. Love is the last thing on her mind until she hires Nick to play Santa. Shocked at the sensations he elicits, she resists him and decides to date a good guy

Nick is drawn to Carol like a magnet to iron, and he sets out to prove that bad boys who hire themselves out can be good boys, too—especially in bed.
Carol discovers she’s not dead to passion, but when Nick’s dirty laundry is aired, she regrets choosing the naughty over the nice. Will the spirit of Christmas teach her that sometimes, a huge lump of coal can turn into the brightest diamond of love?

Bad Boys for Hire are fun and exciting stories where love is unexpected, but always delicious. They can be read standalone, but for greater enjoyment, please be sure to check out the other books in the series.

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“This novel offers romance, humor, & a unique story. It is a great Christmas time story.” – Goodreads review

“An exquisitely tender story that will challenge you on a very visceral level. You can’t run and hide from the onslaught of emotions and feelings that will overtake you like an unstoppable tidal wave.”  – Goodreads review

“This is my new favorite story among Ms. Rachelle Ayala’s book next to Hidden Under Her Heart. This story is so unique. It is very emotional.” – Jessica Cassidy
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Bad Boys for Hire: Ryker (Bad Boys for Hire #1)
“Sexy and explosive. A modern day Romeo and Juliet story with a surprising twist.”Florist Terri Martin lives a calm and peaceful life. Maybe too calm and too peaceful because she can’t remember the last time she was in a relationship.

Terri calls Bad Boys for Hire to book herself a date for her thirtieth birthday party, but before she can hire one, she meets Ryker Slade, a biker hiding from his motorcycle club.

Old vendettas resurface and soon, Terri has more than she can handle when she learns that her and Ryker’s love is as doomed as Romeo and Juliet’s.

Ryker thinks he has a way out, but can Terri escape her fate, or will she find her lover dead before she wakes?

Bad Boys for Hire are fun and exciting stories where love is unexpected, but always delicious. They can be read standalone, but for greater enjoyment, please be sure to check out the other books in the series.

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Bad Boys for Hire: Ken (Bad Boys for Hire #2)


“The sweet, the sassy, the restricted, the douchy… all mixed together in a sexy, hilarious soul melting mix!”

After Jolie Becker is left at the altar, her friends secretly hire a handsome beach bum to cheer her up.

When an accident ends his professional surfing career, Ken Cassidy wants nothing more than to land an acting role. Little does he know, his best acting job will be helping a jilted bride get her confidence back.

Everything changes when love kicks in. Will Jolie believe Ken’s feelings are real when she discovers he’s the hired help?

Bad

Boys for Hire are fun and exciting stories where love is unexpected, but always delicious. They can be read standalone, but for greater enjoyment, please be sure to check out the other books in the series.

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About the author

Rachelle Ayala is a bestselling author of dramatic romantic suspense and humorous, sexy contemporary romances. Her heroines are feisty and her heroes hot. She writes emotionally challenging stories but believes in the power of love and hope.

Rachelle is an active member of the California Writer’s Club, Fremont Chapter, and a volunteer for the World Literary Cafe. She is a very happy woman and lives in California with her husband. She has three children and has taught violin and made mountain dulcimers.

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I loved Bad Boys for Hire: Nick. I am not sure I have read any of Rachelle Ayala’s other Bad Boys books so this is definitely able to be read as a standalone.
Nick is a very believable character. I understand his still living with relatives, even though he has a degree. He has an epiphany without seeing the three ghosts so common in stories set during Christmas time. I am still not quite sure what triggers is epiphany but he does have one. At his worst, he is basically selling himself. He is a personal trainer who charges more than average and then has clients sign agreements that sex is not part of the payment. Yet, sex is happening.
Carol is in a wheelchair. Ayala does a great job making her have just enough of a chip on her shoulder about her accident to make her truly believable. She is snarky and smart. Nick is enthralled by the fact she is in a wheelchair yet turns him down. She is annoyed he hits on her, believing it is solely because she is an easy mark.
This book is great to add to my read each year at Christmas time. I suggest you do the same.
I received this book through Beck Valley Books Book Tours, I have volunteered to share my review and all the opinions are 100% my own.
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