Bad Boy of New Orleans

Bad Boy of New Orleans

3.1 12
by Mallory Rush
     
 

Bad boy Chance Renault grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. Micah Sinclair was an innocent debutante from old money. But the forbidden love they found didn't care.

However, Micah's parents did care and railroaded Chance out of Micah's life, until...

Years later when Micah, now newly widowed and nearly destitute, is trying to make her way in a world…  See more details below

Overview

Bad boy Chance Renault grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. Micah Sinclair was an innocent debutante from old money. But the forbidden love they found didn't care.

However, Micah's parents did care and railroaded Chance out of Micah's life, until...

Years later when Micah, now newly widowed and nearly destitute, is trying to make her way in a world that has never played by the rules.

And neither does Chance.

Now a rich bad-boy out to settle the score between them, Chance is not above playing dirty. And Micah is about to learn that playing with fire is even hotter the second time around.

OTHER TITLES by Mallory Rush
Shades of Deception, a four book series
Outlaws and Heroes, a three book series
Bad Boy of New Orleans
Hurts So Good
Between the Sheets
Half-Moon Hearts
Kissed by the Beast

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781614174219
Publisher:
ePublishing Works!
Publication date:
08/29/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
379,904
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Mallory Rush, aka Olivia Rupprecht, has been published by Bantam, Doubleday, Harlequin Books, and Dorchester Publishing. Her many titles have frequented bestseller lists. Mallory is also the series developer for True Vows, the first reality-based romance line from HCI Books.

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Bad Boy of New Orleans 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 12 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although it was not bad, I just had a really hard time getting into it.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Where was all of the badness to accompany this bad boy? Oh yeah..there wasn't any; because repeating "I'm the bad boy of New Orleans" several times throughout book without having anything to show for it does not a bad boy make! Where was his ruthlessness?! Where was everything that encompassed a bad boy?! Repeating that phrase over and over again means absolutely NOTHING without the creds to back it up! Overall, pretty boring book. There really wasn't any depth to it. Micah, which BTW kept confusing me as I always thought that was a male's name; I swear I thought this book was initially about two guys...anyway, seems like she was always upset for no reason at all. Pride is a horrible thing to have when your husband screws you over, leaves you broke and the supposed love of your life is trying to help you. Oh and the whole shy, virgin act was quite frustrating as Chance himself pointed out, she was close to thirty years old...grow up lady... SR
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
37 pages into the book and all I read is regrets about the past. There's nothing so far that would arouse someone'scuriosity to want to read further. I'd rather read something else. Don't waste yourtime, it's just not worth it!
micharch More than 1 year ago
Micah and Chance were childhood friends, lovers and then were separated for a while.  Micah then married someone else and Chance had to watch her from afar when he came back from a long absence.  Although I tried and tried, I just could not get into Micah at all.  She was judgmental, spoiled and put Chance through ringer after ringer.  She expected him to be approach reproach, even knowing what he was like as a kid.  She was not above reproach herself, but still kept on with her holier than thou attitude. Maybe if there was more back story to them falling in love when they were younger I would have gotten it a little more.  It was free and an okay book to read.  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What A Great Weekend Read About Lost Love And Reuniting Years Later...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Quick read
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the hero, the heroine was far too self-righteous and wrong most of the time. If it were not for the hero, I would have ditched the book. Heroine was too confused for my liking.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok
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