Falling for the Bully

Falling for the Bully

by Sam Crescent

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Max Carter was an asshole as a teenager. He did stupid things, and one of them was hurting Aria Smith. As a grown man, he has to own up to his mistakes, and now he has to prove to her he’s changed. When he discovers she’s going on a date with some stranger, jealousy fills him.

Aria’s first mistake was getting drunk. Her second one was not deleting her internet history. Her third mistake? Agreeing to use Max for all her sexy desires. He’s an asshole, one she’s been determined to avoid. But it’s the little things, like how he walks her to work and back home every single day. How can she say no?

They were only supposed to be a bit of fun, and their friends were never supposed to find out. However, they can’t hide their feelings for one another, or at least Max can’t. For him, it’s not about fucking—he’s in love with her. Only now, he’s got to make her fall for him, too.

This single man is ready to settle down and become a husband and a father, but will his woman give him the time of day?

This is the concluding installment of the Falling in Love series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156053650
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Publication date: 04/24/2019
Series: Falling in Love
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 839
File size: 832 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

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Falling for the Bully 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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I bought this looking for something simple, not intense, and just entertaining to pass some time while looking for some new authors. Within the first few pages it was obvious that this book definitely exceeded the expectation of simple, more like simpleminded. It’s glaringly inconsistent and the dialogue, minus the sexual content, feels like it’s banter between 14 year olds. If you told me this was written in the back of a school notebook by a teenager that would be feasible. This is supposed to be about a former high school bully who is now, as an adult, in love with his former target but none of this is written as though it’s believably being spoken by adults. It’s incredibly juvenile. I don’t think I’ll be purchasing this author again.