Remington Badd…he’s just as big, just as BADD, just as foul-mouthed and filthy-minded as his brother Roman. But under that rough and wild exterior lies a secret.
Juneau Isaac, a Yup’ik Inuit, is the daughter of a hiking guide father and a mother who creates works of art and sells it to the tourists. The first to go to college—the first to leave her family’s ancestral home near Ketchikan—Juneau feels a deep sense of obligation to her family, to ignore the real passion that beats inside her.
A roughneck smokejumper with an artist’s soul hidden deep inside. An artist living a false life, harboring secrets and fostering forbidden passions.
Can these two find their way to living their truths while navigating the tumultuous waters of a whirlwind romance? In a battle between familial obligation and secret dreams, will there be room for love—not to mention the wild intensity of uncontrollable lust—in these closed-off hearts?
Ohhhh another Badd book. Swoon! I was so excited to see we were getting more. In the latest installment we get the story of Remington Badd. Every time I read another book I always compare him to the twins, but my goodness, I might have to start comparing everyone moving forward to Remington! This book was still set in the same world of the Badds, but it had it held its own in so many ways. The love story between Remington and Juneau was just something of sexy naughty fairy tales and will stick with me for a long time to come. Perhaps one of the best things is, they have been able to keep jumping back to the rest of the family and we continue to get glimpses of each of the others in each new installment. I will be super duper sad when we finish with the Badd’s after the next book and I can’t wait at the same time to see how the Badd’s will go out with a bang!