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The Bad Boy's Commitment - The Bad Boys of Regret Hollow #5

Sara Daniell

Publisher: Sara Daniel

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Summary

Haunted by comrades he was unable to save, Drake Miller walks away from his military career for the relaxed, quiet life of running his father’s bar in Regret Hollow. Too bad no one tipped him off that his father sold the bar. 
While the townspeople treat him to a hero’s welcome that he doesn’t want and doesn’t deserve, he finds one person who doesn’t fall at his feet, calls him out for bad behavior, and kisses like a fantasy. Unfortunately, she also owns the bar that was supposed to be his. 
As a single mom and small business owner, Mallory Marquette takes her commitments and responsibilities seriously. She can’t give away her livelihood just because Drake thinks he's entitled to it—even if he is the town hero and the first man in a decade who gets her blood flowing. Besides, she needs a reliable bartender much more than she needs a lover. 
Can this hero turned bad boy step up to a lifetime commitment, or will the freedom he sacrificed so much for cost him everything? 
WARNING: Contains naughty words Grandma wouldn’t approve of, smoking hot love scenes Grandma can’t get enough of, all the quirks of small-town life, and a swoon-worthy, no-cliffhangers-no-regrets romance. 
Books in The Bad Boys of Regret Hollow series: 
1.  The Bad Boy’s Gift 
2.  The Bad Boy’s Guilt 
3.  The Bad Boy’s Guarantee 
4.  The Bad Boy’s Goodness 
5.  The Bad Boy's Commitment
Available since: 10/13/2016.

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