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Cara Davis has done her stint as a bad girl and now she’s determined to reform. Part of her transformation involves quitting her job at a strip club and finding a nice respectable job. The Bitter End coffee shop is exactly what she’s looking for - it pays well but more importantly it will allow her to get a new lease on life - one without alcohol.
Mark Sawyer is still trying to make amends for his years as a bad boy. He’s changed his ways and is now the proud part-owner of a general construction company in Austin. He’s caused his mother more than her fair share of grief over the years so he can’t blame her and his little brother for being leery of his intentions.
Cara genuinely enjoys her job at the Bitter End and especially enjoys the respectability that goes along with it. She’s even started dating the owner’s ‘nice, good-looking son David. Everything seems to be going exactly the way she’d hoped - until David clues her in about the fact that the coffeehouse will be closing in the next few months. Mark comes upon Cara and David right as David makes his announcement. He vows to not only steal Cara away from his little brother but to save the coffeehouse as well. Something about Cara is extremely familiar but he just can’t figure out where he’s seen her before.
Cara may be determined to be a good girl but there’s something about bad boy Mark that entices her to not abandon the wild side all together. David may not be happy about Mark and Cara getting to know each other but sometimes being bad is just too much fun to resist - especially when being bad is exactly what they need to save the coffeeshop. Sex is so much more satisfying with a bad boy.
Michelle Miles shows readers just how fun being bad can be with her newest release NICE GIRLS DO. Cara and Mark may no longer be ‘bad’ but they still have the traits and smarts that they’d fine tuned during their walks on the wild side. In addition to the combustible sexual relationship between Cara and Mark there’s an intense emotional bond that develops which really captures your attention. I especially loved how they go about trying to save the coffeehouse, there’s just something very poetic about using your old ways to save the life you’ve built for yourself.
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