Itís been ten years since Sharon Lee
Parker had last seen her first love, Billy Duval. Sharon and
Billy were once very much in love until Sharon left for
college. Now, Sharon is back home for her best friendís
wedding (who just happens to be Billyís sister) and the old
feelings that she thought she had buried have resurfaced with
a vengeance. Sharon is torn. Should she give in to her
desires to be with Billy, a man with a very unsettling past or
should she protect her heart and kick him to the curb?
Billy Duval has lived a very
troubled-filled life that earned him a bad boy reputation.
One of his unruly misbehaviors even landed him a four-year
prison sentence; but, Billy had now changed his life for the
better. When he learns of Sharonís return for his sisterís
wedding, Billy just has to see her Ė he knows he made a huge
mistake in letting her go all those years ago. Will Billy be
able to prove to Sharon that he is not the same mischief man
that he use to be?
With a title like Bad Boy Blues
you know you are in for wicked, wild treat. And, let me tell
you that Christaine France does not disappoint. Although
Billyís past was a constant factor between the couple, all the
heat and passion that once consumed them ten years ago was
still burning an eternal flame that neither could ignore.
Billy and Sharonís intimate foreplay was spicily tantalizing
and smoking hot. The only tiny difficulty I had with
Bad Boy Blues was Sharonís constant actions of goading
Billy because of his past; yet, I knew it was needed to make
this tale more interesting. Overall, Bad Boy Blues
is a wonderful, delightful story that I am sure readers will