- Series: Billionaire Bad Boys
- Paperback: 318 pages
- Publisher: CP Publishing (May 9, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1942288174
- ISBN-13: 978-1942288176
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.7 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 241 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #708,733 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Shortly after Julian hurt Kendall, he realized what a horrible thing he did and tried everything to get her to talk to him. Finally, 9 months later he gets to talk to her after finding out that she works at For Paws, a not-for-profit animal shelter in Midtown Manhattan. Their first meeting didn't go exactly as Julian was hoping, but he wasn't giving up. I really loved how Julian owned up to his hurtful actions and when he finally explained to Kendall all the reasons behind his behavior, I actually started to feel sorry for him. It seems there really is a nice guy deep down inside of Julian.
I really enjoyed how these two people, both with some major issues, really worked through their problems and eventually came together. It had to be so thrilling for Kendall to stand on her own two feet and take back complete control of her life. It was also hard for Lexi to have to give up that control that she has had for so long looking after her twin and letting Kendall live her own life. I really loved the heartbreaking story these two had to go through to get their happy ending. It was so emotional as times but well worth it to be finally at peace with their lives. I also just adored Steve and Waffles....these two sounded so fun to be around!
If you’ve read the other books in this series, like me, then you are already familiar with Julian’s mistakes and Kendall’s mental challenges. But it was the things that were revealed by Julian and Kendall themselves that provided a bit more context and created some understanding. Both Julian and Kendall were complex characters but it was pretty clear that they had both changed for the better and belonged together. The biggest evidence of Julian’s change was the way that he cared for Alex, a young girl in a desperate situation, and the lengths he went to protect her. For Kendall it was the way that she trusted herself to make her own decisions regardless of the challenges and her own past mistakes.
Ultimately, this story of hope and redemption was also about fighting for love despite the obstacles, which might seem monumental.
I am really sad that this series is over because the whole series has been fantastic!!
Julian was an addict & a jerk. He used Kendall to get at her brother in law not knowing she was unstable. He hurt her in his selfish push to get revenge on his old friends. Now, he can't move on without making amends. Will he make things worse or will she still love him?
This is book 4 in the series but can be read as a stand alone. Both Julian & Kendall are tormented about past mistakes & hurting those they love. Kendall's sister & husband have trouble trusting either of them . Carly Phillips has developed two flawed characters & managed to get the reader to sympathize with them & their actions. As the reader you get to follow along on their journey to each other & see if they gain acceptance from those close to them or slide back into their problems.