In Bringing Home the Bad Boy I felt so bad for Evan and Lyon. They loose a mother and wife. The way it happened didn’t make it any easier. For Evan it was worse because he was there when it happened and has the memories every time he walks down their hallway. They end up moving and I think the move was a good thing. It gave them a fresh start and they were closer to Charlotte.
There are two cabins in the woods. In this case they are connected by a walkway that goes over the lake. You can tell that Charlotte loves it there and I saw it through her eyes. Though she fought it in the beginning, Evan wore her down and they got to release all that awesome sexual tension that was just singing between them.
I loved reading this book very much and I got caught up in the story. It was almost like watching a movie. The author did a very good job portraying Evan and Charlotte's feelings. Lyon is just adorable and I wanted to give him a hung.
The Bad Boy Is Back Evan Downey needs a new beginning. Since the death of his wife five years ago, the brilliant tattoo artist has shut himself away in a prison of grief that not even his work can break him out of-and what's worse, Evan knows his son Lyon is bearing the brunt of his seclusion. Moving back to the lake town of Evergreen Cove where he spent his childhood summers is his last chance for a fresh start. Charlotte Harris knows she owes it to her best friend's memory to help Evan and his son find their way again, but she can't stop her traitorous heart from skipping a beat every time she looks into Evan's mesmerizing eyes. Charlotte is determined to stay strictly in the Friend Zone-until a mind-blowing night knocks that plan by the wayside. Now, if they're brave enough to let it, Charlotte and Evan might just find a love capable of healing their broken hearts . . .