The bad boy, the wild one – that’s what they call me. I guess it suits me. I work hard, but I party harder. I mean, I’m single, so why not? I like clubbing, drinking, and banging random women. Unfortunately, I sometimes hook up with the wrong chicks. Like the ones who gets attached after a romp in the sack, but sometimes that just comes with the territory. I never really thought that one would actually cause so many problems. How do I keep the one I love safe when a former one night stand falls off the crazy train and lands in Psychoville?
I finally get the job of my dreams as a backup dancer for Renegade for their world tour. It means that I’m going to be away from my friends and family for about a year, but they understand how important this is to me. I meet Renegade on the first day at the dance studio. I knew these guys were attractive, but seeing them in person is a whole different story. Hello! I know I need to remain professional, but damn, it is hard when two of the guys start vying for my attention. Who do I choose? Do I really want to get pushed into the spotlight by dating a member of Renegade? I’m not so sure. But if I do, what’s my chances of taming the Wild Renegade?
Warning: For mature audiences only. Contains seriously hot sex scenes that will leave you wanting to fulfill your very own boy band fantasy. Please keep in mind that this is a work of fiction and I made it up from my own imagination.
Oh Ace. He is the bad boy of the boy band, Renegade. He loves to party, drink, and cause all kinds of trouble that lands him in the tabloids. Until Nicole. She is hired as a backup dancer for the tour and they are paired together. But, she doesn’t want to be one of his conquests.
I really liked the vulnerability that Nicole brought out in Ace. We saw that kindness in Sweet Renegade when he was giving advice to Beau (hello, condom/banana scene). But, he still tries to keep his bad boy persona alive and kicking for the public. One night together throws them into a pack of wolves. But, I love how sweet this story turns and how much Ace really does love Nicole. They both have to give up a lot to be together. He, his persona, and her, the family she loves because she has to stand up for herself.
This is only the second book in this series, but I can only imagine each one getting better and better!