Title: Dick: A Bad Boys Novel
Author: R.C. Stephens
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 25, 2016
“A steady paced read with likeable characters, no heavy drama or angst. A great balance from the author of hot,serious and humerous moments and a hea leaving you with a smile.” - Bbbf-sizzlereads-bestbookboyfriends
“How Lovely!!!If you want a story that leaves you with a smile on your face DICK is perfect” - Reader Reviewer
“This book starts with a bang very easy to get into and entices you to keep reading and that just the prologue.” - Saucy Reviews on Kinky Korner
R.C. Stephens was born in Toronto, Canada. She graduated from York University with a Master's Degree in Political Science.
Her debut Novel Bitter Sweet Love is book one of the Twisted Series. Followed by Twisted Love to be released May 31st 2015.
R.C. is an avid reader, so when she isn't cooking for her clan or on her laptop writing, she's snuggled tight with her Kindle devouring any romance novel she can. Okay, with the exception of Thursday nights. She makes time for Scandal and Vampire Diaries. She's a fan of drama and suspense but she's also a sucker for a happy ending.
Her husband was her first teenage love. They live together with their three children in Toronto. Loving Canadian winters she could never think of living anywhere else.
He met her at a Gala, and immediately something about him caught his eye. She was gorgeous, and she was married.
But did that stop him?
Did it stop her?
Dick was both intriguing and frustrating. I found those parts of the story I loved and then there were those, I didn't love so much.
But being unable to no KNOW what happened I pushed past those times of frustration and then become absorbed in Eden and Dick once again.
Eden's husband, Blythe- AKA Asshat - By the why is suited him... he was an ass. He completely neglected his family as he fulfilled his many urges with any willing woman he could find. The intimacy shared between Eden and him was nonexistent. Does that condone her actions? No, it does not, but those things were the things I had to accept and move on to the good parts.
I enjoyed the secondary characters as well.
And as things went own we found that the story of both Dick and Eden had crossed paths once before when they were younger. They had a bond, through hardship.