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Publisher Description

Carol was an avid mountain climber until an accident left her in a wheelchair. Love is the last thing on her mind, until she hires Nick to play Santa. Shocked at the sensations he elicits, she resists him and decides to date a good guy - a disabled firefighter.

Nick is drawn to Carol like a magnet to iron, and he sets out to prove that bad boys who hire themselves out can be good boys, too - especially in bed.

Carol discovers she’s not dead to passion, but when Nick’s dirty laundry is aired, she regrets choosing the naughty over the nice. Will the spirit of Christmas teach her that sometimes a huge lump of coal can turn into the brightest diamond of love?

Book 1: Ryker & Terri (Motorcycle Club Romance)

Book 2: Ken & Jolie (Hawaiian Vacation Romance)

Book 3: Nick & Carol (A Christmas Romance)

The Bad Boys for Hire series was voted Best Series of 2016 Beck Valley Books Reviewers Choice Award.

GENRE
Romance
NARRATOR
CA
Chris Abell
LENGTH
09:07
hr min
RELEASED
2017
November 30
PUBLISHER
Rachelle Ayala Publishing, LLC
PRESENTED BY
Audible.com
LANGUAGE
EN
English
SIZE
447.1
MB

Customer Reviews

RhondaMad ,

Bad Boy to Good Santa

This book is about Carol, the sister of Ken from Book 2 of Bad Boys For Hire. Carol had a climbing accident and is now confined to a wheelchair with very little feeling below her waist. Carol meets Nick when he's interviewing for a job to play Santa. Nick has a reputation for bedding his personal training clients and this comes back to haunt him. He doesn't make a good impression on Carol and she takes everything as a slight to her being in a wheelchair. Nick becomes attracted to Carol but she takes it as pity. But he's really trying to learn about people with disabilities so he can understand what Carol goes through.Carol didn't think she'd be able to fall in love with Nick but things happen and she does. Rachelle Ayala has done a magnificent job with researching this kind of disability and what people with disabilities are still able to do. I highly recommend this book - you will laugh and cry. Chris Abel does a wonderful narration of the characters in this book as usual. I asked for a copy of this book and am leaving my honest opinion