Mad Dog Days (The Club, #3)

Mad Dog Days (The Club, #3)

by Karen M. Bryson, Ren Monterrey

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Mad Dog Days (The Club, #3) by Karen M. Bryson, Ren Monterrey

Cali Gibson quit her dead end job in retail and made an arrangement through The Club.

All she has to do is date a wealthy man, who wants all of the benefits of having a mistress without any of the hassles of an actual relationship.

There's only one catch. Harlan "Mad Dog" Murphy wants an exclusive arrangement and Cali wants to sleep with her roommate, Joey "Rocky" Rocco... the guy who she has been in love with forever...the guy who is still in love with her best friend.

MAD DOG DAYS was originally published as a serial novel in three parts. This NEW EDITION is the COMPLETE FULL-LENGTH novel with no cliff-hanger and an HEA.

Each novel in the spicy, hot CLUB series can be read as a stand-alone or as part of the series.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940153552316
Publisher: Short on Time Books
Publication date: 11/07/2016
Series: Club , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 320 KB

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Mad Dog Days (The Club, #3) 1.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Levia More than 1 year ago
It was nice having a continuation and seeing previous characters. I didn't really enjoy this book though. The "romance" between Cali and (spoiler?) Rocky leaves a lot to be desired. Especially since he was all hung up on Rose. Makes it seem way too much like a rebound. The arrangement with Mad Dog was terrifying. What if Rocky hadn't had connections? It just soured this for me quite extensively. I received this book series free for an honest review and all opinions are my own.
hmg_vermont More than 1 year ago
Mad Dog Days, the third book in The Club Series, is definitely not what I expected. I spent a good part of the first book (Black Dog Nights) feeling sad for both Rose and Cali. I hated that Cali was being used and seemed accepting of that fact. In Mad Dog Days, I was just simply sick with the whole storyline. I don’t think I have hated a character as much as I hated Harlan “Mad Dog” Murphy. The most redeeming quality of the whole book was Rocky. I was thankful that the end had a happy-ending and that nothing truly bad happened to Cali.