Emily Allard-Smith enjoys running her tiny bed and breakfast in quiet Bluebonnet, Texas. The only problem? It’s haunted, and she’s got no one to call when things go bump in the night.
Enter Jericho Lozada. He’s tall, sexy, mohawked, and good with his hands. He’s also not scared of Em’s ghost. And just when Em decides that she needs a man in her life with lots and lots of tattoos…her ex shows up again.
Now Emily has to figure out if she wants to keep a hold on the ghosts of her past…or look into a future with Jericho. But does Jericho even want a future with her?
This novella contains a Harley, a hero with a mohawk, and not a single paranormal event. Promise!
Jessica Clare, Jill Myles, Jessica Sims – whatever name she writes under is just amazing and I love her writing. It’s like an old friend you haven’t seen for awhile, but as soon as you start talking, it’s as if you just saw her yesterday. Her writing is so easy-going and relaxing, I love delving into any of her books, after all you’re guaranteed a great story, steamy scenes, and a happy ending. Just perfect!
Emily is a recent divorcee who’s trying to go at it alone in a small town and in a creepy house she swears is haunted. With a flair for baking and a constant need to call the police whenever she hears a noise at her bed and breakfast home, she finally gives into her sister’s plead to get a handyman.
Jericho is new in town and is staying with friends while he figures out his situation. Since he has a mohawk and tattoos, he doesn’t think he’s Emily’s type at all, but he can’t resist her baking and irresistible cardigan looks.
Can Emily and Jericho defy the odds and give into their attraction or will Emily’s ex husband get in between them? And what about the noises in Emily’s attic? Is she really haunted by ghosts?
The Bad Boy of Bluebonnet features:
- oral sex
- quick read
Rating: 4.5 Kisses