Bad Enemy – Bad Housewives Club Book 4 By Carmen Falcone

Bad Enemy
Bad Housewives Book 4
By
USA Today Bestselling Author
Carmen Falcone

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Lara Nunes is loving life— until her brother gets involved with the mafia. He’s gotten in trouble more often than she can count, but this time it’s dangerous. Desperate to save him, she storms into Troy Gallucci’s office, hoping to make a deal to guarantee her brother’ safety. Little does she know, the sexy and arrogant man glaring at her has a very specific request: marriage. But she can’t stare at him without wanting to jump his bones for a day, let alone six months…

Troy Gallucci screwed up—and this time, it can cost him the career he’s worked for his whole life, and the relationship with his family. After drinking too much and sleeping with his sister-in-law, he’s been the least favorite person in the Gallucci clan. He’s desperate to make things right, and when a hot woman storms into his office and demands his help, everything falls into place. He’ll marry her to restore his bad reputation, show his father he’s stable enough to run the family business, and work on building bridges with his brother.

She’ll help him convince people he’s a changed man, but what happens when he starts to believe it himself?

Bad Enemy is part of the Bad Girls Club contemporary romance series. All books are standalones, with HEA and enough steam to melt your e-reader!

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Lara’s brother Miguel has gotten himself in trouble again, only this time it could kill him. He’s been doing some rent collecting for the Gallucci family and he made a terrible mistake. Not only did he get the address wrong, the address he hit belongs to Conor O’Donnell a, shall we say, competitor in the area.

Troy Gallucci has made his own mistakes which is how he ended up here in Tulip. He’s trying to prove himself to his father after he messed up royally by sleeping with his sister-in-law. Now Miguel has jeopardized the progress Troy’s made.

Lara has to fix this not for her brother, but for her mother. Her mother would be heartbroken to lose her son and honestly Lara would hate to lose her brother to something like this.

In a confrontation with Troy Gallucci, she ends up agreeing to the impossible. Troy figures he can marry Lara, talk Conor into accepting a coveted building as apology for the treatment he received at the hands of Miguel, and in six months he will have regained his father’s trust and can return to Los Angeles.

From the quick wedding in Las Vegas, to meeting the parents, this whole idea seemed to be an exercise in futility. With plenty of fun, laughter, sizzle and even a tear or two.

5 Contented Purrs for Carmen!

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Carmen Falcone

Carmen Falcone learned at an early age that fantasizing about fictional characters beat doing math homework any day. Brazilian by birth and traveler by nature, she moved to Central Texas after college and met her broody Swiss husband–living proof that opposites attract.

She found in writing her deepest passion and the best excuse to avoid the healthy lifestyle everyone keeps talking about. When she’s not lost in the world of romance, she enjoys spending time with her two kids, being walked by her three crazy pugs, reading, catching up with friends, and chatting with random people in the checkout line.

She loves to procrastinate, so please indulge her and drop her a line. For more info, visit her website.


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