He’ll do whatever it takes to save her from himself.
Just once, straight-laced teacher Bethany Wilkerson wants to make love with a man who’s not a dud in bed. When she finally meets the perfect man, he turns her down. Humiliated, she studiously avoids him for months…until she’s stranded at his house during an ice storm.
Ken Hawkins might have cleaned up on the outside, but on the inside he’s still a bad boy from the ghetto who will never be good enough for Bethany. Keeping his distance is a lot easier when she’s not parading through his house wearing nothing but his sweatshirt. No matter how hard he tries to reform, he’s not a saint.
The more Ken tries to convince her of his rotten core, the more Bethany believes in his innate goodness. But until she can convince him to believe in himself, he will continue to push her out of his life.
WARNING: Contains naughty words Grandma wouldn’t approve of, smoking hot love scenes Grandma can’t get enough of, all the quirks of small-town life, and a swoon-worthy, no-cliffhangers-no-regrets romance.
Books in The Bad Boys of Regret Hollow series:
1. The Bad Boy’s Gift
2. The Bad Boy’s Guilt
3. The Bad Boy’s Guarantee
4. The Bad Boy’s Goodness
5. The Bad Boy's Commitment
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I really wanted to read Bethany, something about her drew me to her from the prior books. She is very sweet, but was to wimpy for my taste. I really didn't care for her interactions with her mother. That woman would have drove me crazy. I kind of wish the book was longer so you could have seen more of Bethany sticking up for herself with her mother. I also enjoyed Ken and felt he really sold himself short. He was a much nicer person then he thoughts. As a whole the story line was a good one, if maybe a little on the short side. I felt like unlike the stories that came before it, this one lacked from it's page count. I will admit, it's not my favorite of the group. But since I truly enjoyed the series I'm willing to overlook that. I did like what I read.
This is the fourth book in the seines and one of my favorites. I was really looking forward to Ken and Bethany's story. We have gotten glimpses of them in the previous book. I really liked the characters personalities it made for one fun read. Getting stuck in a winter usually means fun times ahead. There is great chemistry between these two. Ken believes he's no good for anyone let alone someone as good as Bethany. Bethany wants Ken to see himself through her eyes because she sees the good in him. It's a nice fast read. Highly enjoyable!
The total sum of parts does not a bad person make. People should not be judged on the past but the actions made in the present. Sara Daniel has written a beautiful story about perception, mistakes and moving forward. The Bad Boy's Goodness is full of sauciness that is intermingled with moments of laughter and hints of pain. Sometimes all it takes is to step out of our own way. What that means is that a fresh pair of eyes, an open heart and a person that is not close to the situation can present that push and brighter outlook we all need. I received an ARC of The Bad Boy's Goodness in exchange for an honest review. The message made the story.