Title: Bad Boys After Dark: Dylan (Bad Billionaires After Dark Book 2)
Author: Melissa Foster
Series: Bad Billionaires After Dark Book
Publisher: World Literary Press
Release Date: 12/21/2016
Genre(s): Contemporary Romance
Page Count: 300
Heat Level: 4.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
“The Bad Billionaires After Dark are a series of stand-alone romances that may also be enjoyed as part of the larger Love in Bloom series.
Indulge your inner vixen with these sexy billionaires!
Meet the Bad Boys… Four fiercely loyal, sinfully sexy, uber alpha brothers, about to fall head over heels for their leading ladies.
Everything’s naughtier after dark…
Sinfully sexy bar owner Dylan Bad has a thing for needy women. He’s a savior, a knight in shining armor, and his mighty talented sword has no trouble bringing damsels in distress to their knees. Enter Tiffany Winters, a gorgeous cutthroat sports agent who looks like sex on legs, f**ks like she’s passion personified, and wouldn’t let a man help her if she were dangling from a ledge and he was her only hope. One night and too much tequila might change their lives forever. The question is, will either one survive?
Review: **4.5 Midnight Cupcake, Summer Girl Stars**
This is the second book in the Bad Boys After Dark Series. This book can be read as a standalone, though it crosses over to her other series with The Wilds. I read this book in one go with the exception of having to make dinner. Ms. Foster captured my attention and wouldn’t let it go. She sucked me in from the first sentence until I put the book down. The character development was great. The writing had a great flow and was easy to follow.
This book what can I say. I loved Bad Boys Mick, but Dylan, Dylan wears his heart on his sleeve. He is the big giant alpha male with a sensitive side. He is such a romantic it made my heart flutter and swoon. Especially when it comes to family and friends. Ms Foster keeps topping herself with these brothers.
Tiffany is the epitome of a workaholic. Nothing stands in her way to get the best deal for her client and get it done. She is a top notch sports agent,and pulls no punches. She walks into the bar where they are holding Micks wedding and she meet Dylan. She only has time for one night. Tiffany has also been burned in a previous relationship, as well as home life, so she doesn’t trust easily at all. She is smart, strong, confident (it may not seem like it based on the previous statement, but she is) and beautiful with a wall around her heart. She also very attached to her phone for her job. Dylan, is a Bad brother that owns a bar. He is beautiful, strong, possessive and very much an alpha. Watching these two progress from what starts out as a one night stand to more. Dylan gave her the time and space when needed. What I loved about Dylan was he never tried to change her. He knew what he was getting into. Even at times when her phone drove him crazy. They were just so insync. She did the same for him. They know when to push each other and when to take a step back. It was like he knew what she needed and anticipated. There was tons of feels in this book. Dylan from his past and when he does some charity work. That tends to pulls on your heartstrings. Poker night with the Bad and Wild boys, that was comic relief. Together and seperate watching them let go of what has plagued them was great. If you read book one Mick you will know what that is. I loved how she was his Summer Girl.
The secondary characters were great too. I liked meeting the other Bad Brothers and the Wild Boys again, as well as Tiffany’s brothers. I liked that you can read about Mick and how he is doing as well. We get to meet her dad as well. Dinner with them the Winters and Dylan, too funny. She grew up with an all male household, you do the math.
Overall, I really and truly enjoyed this book and can’t wait to read about Carson and Brett. If you love an alpha male and his woman and family mean the world to him go run and read Dylan’s book. If you haven’t read Mick’s book you really don’t have to, you won’t get lost, but it talks about them as I said.