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Bad Boys to Go (Watson Brothers) Paperback – 21 Nov 2003

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  • Paperback: 294 pages
  • Publisher: Brava; First Printing edition (21 Nov. 2003)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0758205511
  • ISBN-13: 978-0758205513
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 2.4 x 20.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,613,433 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By Amazon Customer on 8 Jan. 2014
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Loved all three stories. All very different from the others and all equally as good. Plenty of humour and action and of course passion
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1 of 14 people found the following review helpful By B. Hall on 22 Nov. 2003
Format: Paperback
As most of Lori Fosters books, Say no to Joe, takes us on an interesting romp with two strong characters starting to mesh together. Joe is the usual strong sexy type while the female lead is as strong in her own way. The book also introduces some new characters within the Winston story line, who we will hopefully see again. A great read and many kudos once again to Lori Foster for the lovely entertainment.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
Another wonderful Bad Boys book 7 Nov. 2003
By Judy - Published on
Format: Paperback
Lori Foster, Janelle Denison and Nancy Warren have three hot bad boys for our reading pleasure.
In Bringing Up Baby, Lori Foster writes a tale with her usual wit, charm and sizzle. Gil Watson has just had his orderly world turned upside down. Gil has just found out he is a father of a two year old, Nicole. Nicole's mom has passed away and her friend Anabel Truman has brought her to Gil. She offers Gil a deal that will let her continue to be Nicole's mom. Anabel and Gil are opposites but it's the opposites that make them such a wonderful pair.
Janelle Denison takes us back to those Wilde men in her story, The Wilde One. Adrian Wilde has been avoiding Chayse Douglas for months. Not that he isn't attracted to her, he is, but he wants no part of her real men calendar. But a steamy kiss between them leads to a dare that Chayse can't pass up. Adrian will pose for her calendar if she spends a "wild" weekend with him.
Going After Adam by Nancy Warren has Gretchen Wiest, a PI following a cheating husband, or so she has been lead to believe. Adam Stone a petroleum engineer is on the run after discovering illegal practices at his workplace. This company wants Adam stopped at all cost. After finding out the truth Gretchen decides to help Adam. On the way to delivery the evidence, they find their way to love as well.
All three stories in the anthology are fantastic. You will not go wrong with this book.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Awful...Not Even Close to 'Bad Boys on Board' 31 Jan. 2004
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Paperback
I couldn't wait to read this after reading the wonderful "Bad Boys on Board." As good as the authors' were there, they fell short here.
Foster's story was dull and VERY predictable, and I didn't like Anabel at all. This type of woman simply didn't fit the story, not when a toddler is involved. As such, the story should have been more romantic, sweet, if you will, to match the innocence of Gil's young daughter, not contradict it. Gil's lust for Anabel came from the gutter, without one iota of respect for her; therefore it was hard to believe he could fall in love with her.
Denison's story wasn't much better. It too was very dull. Chayse dogged Adrian into the ground with her request for him to pose for her calender!!! Any other man would have called her a stalker, but Adrian didn't seem offended in the least. I can only believe that Adrian didn't really mean 'no' all those times he declined her offer. Once we discovered why Adrian kept backing off, the story was pretty much done for. And it was a lame reason anyway! Good God, one would think he'd been maimed in battle the way he kept vehemently denying Chayse's request! Stupid.
Warren's story was the best, which surprised me because in "Bad Boys on Board", hers was my least favorite. But this story had an interesting plot, and it was funny. It didn't lack for romance either.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Hot, Romantic, and Funny.............. 27 Oct. 2003
By girldiver - Published on
Format: Paperback
I have read all the Bad Boy Anthologies and this one towes the line pretty good. So far I would say there is more humor in this book than the others. Quite refreshing.
Bringing Up Baby by Lori Foster - like lots of Ms. Fosters' stories this is a continuation of the Watson Family, a short story on Gil Watson. You can read his brother,Sam Watson's, romantic story in one of the other Bad Boy books. Gil is a professional man, business owner, professed work-aholic and has just found out he's a father. Anabel an acquaintance has just showed up with the baby girl he knew nothing about and things are getting complicated fast. The mother of his baby has passed away and Anabel wants to keep the baby. Of course sparks fly, Gil and Anabel have instant chemistry but they are like night and day. Read to find out how they resolve this complicated situation.
The Wilde One by Jannell Denison - Chayse is doing a charity beefcake calender and she has the perfect person in mind for the cover but Adrian Wilde won't give in to her request to pose. Adrian can't seem to convince her he's not going to do the calender and dares her to spend the weekend in the woods with him. Chayse refused his invitation but curiosity and needing his picture got the best of her so she chases him to his little cabin in the woods. Both of them have secrets that will be unearthed on this very hot and sexy weekend.
Going After Adam by Nancy Warren - Gretchen was hired as a PI to track down Adam catch him with a mistress and report back to the lawyer who hired her but things just aren't going her way. Not only does she get caught but she gets married to him. find out how she goes from tracking him to marrying him in less that 36 hours.
I enjoyed this easy read of romance and hot sex but I must say that some of the other Bad Boy books were better that's why this only got 4 stars. Also, I thought this book was funnier that the others, more romantic comedy than boy wants girl and etc. So if you like the bad boy series you'll like this book. It will make you laugh and it still sizzles.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Another Great "Bad Boy" Book!!! I Love This Series!!!! 23 Nov. 2003
By Kristi Ahlers - Published on
Format: Paperback
Lori Foster heads up another great anthology with her story about Gil Watson and free spirited Anabel Truman. Anabel has dropped the bomb that Gil is a father and that the mother of their baby is dead. Gil can't believe he is a father. Anabel then surprises him by showing up on his doorstep with two year old Nicole in tow. She is desperate to make sure that she remains a part of Nicole's life even if it means that she has to marry the uptight Gil. What neither one of them knows is the reason there has been so much friction between the two of them is due to the fact that they both want each other. Now they just have to prove to each other a marriage of convience would actually be a love match.
Janelle Danison's story is Adrian Wilde's story. Adrian has been hounded for the past four months by Chayse Dougals for a beefcake calendar. Chasye can't understand why the yummy risk taking Adrian refuses to help her with her charity project. Finally he says he will help her out but she must go to his family cabin for the weekend and she needs to be aware that they will do more then just take pictures! Thinking he has seen the last of the beautiful Chasye but little does he know...she shows up at the cabin. Together they explore their mutual attraction and find out that they have more in common then they thought.
Nancy Warren's story is about Adam and Gretchen. Gretchen is a P.I. that goes after cheating husbands. She has been given the task of catching Adam in the act of cheating but finds out that he is actually a whistle-blower and he is on the run from hit men. From San Francisco to Las Vegas these two try to stay two steps ahead of the bad guys while posing as a couple. But will the act turn into reality?
These were great stories and I liked them all. These three ladies know how to pen a short story but not short the action, attraction, and fun! For a fun fast paced read you can't beat this anthology!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Another entry to the bad boys series. 18 April 2004
By destiny morna - Published on
Format: Paperback Verified Purchase
This is another installment in the Bad Boys Series which is one of my favorites. The 3 stories in this book are:
1. Bringing up Baby by Lori Foster. Gil Watson suddenly finds out that he is the father of a 2-year old daughter. One whose mother, Gil's ex girlfriend, is dead and she is being raised by acting mother/caretaker, Anabel. Gil has always been attracted to Anabel despite her wild and unique personality and the fact that she was his ex girlfriends best friend. But now, Anabel has a deal for Gil- marry her and he can become a part of his daughters life. Anabel wants Gil and is determined to show him how their life can be together.
2. The Wilde One by Janelle Dennison. Chayse wants Adrian Wilde to pose for her charity calendar, but Adrian is adament against it. He makes a deal with her ...he'll let her take the pictures at his secluded mountain cabin. Chayse agrees and they embark on a hot relationship, but she chayse has her doubts and runs away.
3. Going After Adam by Nancy Warren. Gretchen is a private investigator who has no trouble tracking down adulterous husbands for her clients. She mistakenly finds Adam and soon she and Adam are running from hitmen who want him dead. Their adventures have them posing as a couple on their way to Vegas, and they quickly find that their partnership has a lot of chemistry.
These stories are good, but Lori Foster's is the best--- she is adept at writing for this genre and the Bad Boys series. Janelle Dennison's story is a great addition to the Wilde brothers- you can easily image Adrian brother's and their own storys.
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