Bad Boy Ballers series finale! Includes an epic novella length epilogue for Rafe and Peyton, Brooklyn and Delaney, and Calder and Reggie!
The dark horse of the NFL. A superstar showgirl on the Vegas strip. Their desire is taboo in ways you can’t even begin to imagine.
Calder Malone. Black sheep. Bad boy. Kicked off the Reno Ravens and almost suspended from the NFL. The sexy center remains a fan favorite now that he’s playing for Carolina Crush. And what Calder wants more than anything is to prove his worth to the team that’s his last chance, the family he disgraced, and the one woman he fell in love with years ago.
Unfortunately the comeback kid isn’t a boy anymore, and the babe he wants was never his for the taking—for reasons that make him question his sanity.
Reggie isn’t just a Vegas showgirl, a pretty face. She’s an Air Force widow, a strong woman who’s piecing her life back together . . . And maybe the man she always thought was out of her league and completely off-limits just became fair game.
Off the field and offstage, what happens when Calder and Reggie don’t stay in Vegas?
I’m a HUGE Rie Warren fan and absolutely love her biker books! With that said, I absolutely fell in love with her Bad Boy Ballers series and Baller Made did not disappoint me! Calder is the bad-est boy of them all and he makes no apologies for who his is. He was suspended from the league for drug use and uses that anger to push through his demons on the field. When he wants something he goes after it full force and he wants Reggie. The girl from his past who still haunts his dreams.
I found this to be an incredibly sexy and well done addition to this series! I LOVE the bad boys Ms. Warren creates and Calder fit the bill, perfectly. The suspense and story went from field to life with a smooth transition and kept my attention pulled in tight for the entire story! While Calder was bad, the soft spot in his heart for Reggie made me melt. As for Reggie – she was one kick ass chick with a heart of gold, no matter what she faced in life! LOVE HER!
I HIGHLY, HIGHLY, recommend picking up this book in the series! I loved every single word and think any lover of bad boys would, too!