I was supposed to keep my hands off her. But I put a baby in her.
If word gets out, both of our careers will be ruined. She decided to leave town, so no one would find out. She thought she should keep it a secret, even from me. But, just like when I took her virginity, I always take what I want and claim what's mine. So I vow to find her, and protect them both.
But will the stakes be too high for our love to last?
Don’t Stop Believing contains books one to three of the South Beach Bad Boys series, plus a bonus novella in which all characters appear. These are stand-alone but connected steamy romances, featuring alpha male athletes in Miami and the forbidden love they find with the curvy ladies who win their hearts. They contain no cliffhangers, no cheating, and a happily-ever-after between each couple who reappear as the books go on, so you can catch up with your favorite characters. Enjoy!
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THE HEROINES (SPECIALLY SADIE) KILLED IT FOR ME
The men in these stories (even with all their problems), are more likable than the women. I don’t expect the main characters in a sports romance story to be written as rocket scientists, but the way the female characters were written is just disappointing. I really don’t understand how the men put up with them outside work. And I disliked them even more after listening to the 4th book.
I liked most of the narrators, but the stories were exasperating.
For me the least likable character was Sadie. Kina and Lacy were not as bad, but bad nonetheless.
Not for me, so I won’t recommend it, and to me not worth the credit.
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