Review: Make Mine a Bad Boy by Katie Lane

by Aggie S. on November 9, 2011 · 1 comment

in 4 Stars, ARC, Black Sheep and Bad Boys, Contemporary, Cowboy, Enemies, Guest Reviews, J-L, Small Town, Twins, United States of America, Western

Reviewed by Aggie S.

Do you like to read a cowboy romance? Yes? Well this is the book for you!

Hope, is the town’s former head cheerleader and homecoming queen. She finally decides to return home after sowing her wild oats in Hollywood, only to find that a twin sister she didn’t know existed has stepped into her shoes… or should I say love life? Hope’s dreams were shattered when Slade married her twin sister.

Colt, the town’s bad boy is late for the wedding and figures the only thing he can do is kiss the bride. Hope yells for him to take his hands off her sister, but Slade has already gotten there and punched him for grabbing his new wife. Colt comes up swinging and punches Hope out.

It’s a classic – he pursues, she evades, cat and mouse, tit for tat romance.

I’m going to classify this romance as enemies to lovers because Colt has pulled so many pranks on Hope that she feels he hates her. But is that really true? Shirlene, Colt’s sister, tells her he does it because he is so hung up on her and he feels he needs to torment her to get her attention.

You really need to read this captivating story to find out why Colt had a snarling hog with a tiara tattooed on his arm. And, why is there all of a sudden a shot-gun wedding and for who! This book is such an interesting read, with what a plot so realistic it could be an actually true story for many homecoming queens and town bad boys.

Rating: ★★★★☆

Buy: Make Mine a Bad Boy (A Deep in the Heart of Texas novel)

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1 Susan S. November 9, 2011 at 8:35 AM

Awesome! Thanks Aggie for the review. This novel sounds like so much fun, and a book I’d really enjoy. Penciling it in on my TBB/TBRI list. TBRI would be (To Be Read Immediately). I made that up btw. And I ask, “Who doesn’t love a bad boy?”

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