Bad boys are the best kind of trouble...
Kindergarten teacher Jenna Justice has lived her life by the book—right school, right career, right image. Too bad the townsfolk of Diamond, Kansas, have a hard time forgetting that she wasn’t born on the right side of the tracks. The only way J.J. can land her dream job is to keep her wild side buried and her reputation clean. But when she finds herself in another town, one without prying eyes, she allows herself one fantasy-filled night with her best friend’s bad boy brother.
Professional bull rider Colt McCade is grounded for the summer with an injury. After their sizzling night together, he finds himself wanting to pick up where he and the prim and not-so-proper Ms. Justice left off. Problem is, she isn’t interested in his idea of “healing,” which involves ice cubes and a whole lot of heavy breathing. But the closer he gets, the more he sees that his fast-and-loose reputation could cost her the job of her dreams. He wants to do the right thing, but walking away from her could cost him everything…
With fabulous characters and a story delivering a good dose of hot and sizzling with sweet and touching, Joya Ryan has brought us a superb start to what promises to become a sexy entertaining series. Chasing Trouble was a book I didn't want to put down.
When kindergarten teacher Jenna-Jayne Justice gets into a spot of bother in a bar, her best friend's older brother comes to the rescue. Colt McCade; a delectable sexy gent who rides bulls for a living. And they don't call him Rodeo Romeo for nothing...
“You want a wild ride, JJ? I’ll give it to you, hard and slow until you scream my name.”
And boy, does he give her the ride of her life. They complemented each other perfectly. Both independent, they've known each other much of their lives, yet there are still discoveries to be made and they unleash the fun side in one another.
“You’re injured and this is a bad idea.”
“A few bruised ribs are nothing we can’t work around.”
“I can lie down and you can hop on...”
You will love this couple and everything their journey brings from the page-burning action to the heartwarming moments. And with Colt and JJ's friends already tantalising us with prospective couplings, I can't wait for more in the series.
Release Date: September 8, 2014
Book Length: 223 pages
Reviewed by: Nicola
Reading Format: Available only in eBook
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