- helpful votes
Perfect, if not a little on the short side
I cannot get enough of this series. Book 1 was pretty much all Temperance’s point of view, in book 2 we get a lot more from ‘the strangers’ point of view, and yes. The stranger has a name, and he trusts Temperance enough to give her his name and so much more. I love seeing their relationship evolve. I’m unable to review without spoilers, but, suffice to say, it was perfectly written, it had lots of steamy sex scenes, I love the characters, they’re so multi faceted and I still don’t know who to trust. Of course, we’re left with a cliffie, but hey ho I’ve already got the third and final book lined up, so I can cope with it. Awesome narration, as usual from this duo.
Another winner from Meghan March
I don’t think anyone does dirty alphas like Meghan March, and, ‘the man with no name’ is one hot as hell dirty alpha. I’ve loved all of Meghan New Orleans’ stories, and what’s even better with this is I’ve waited until this whole series is out, no more waiting for cliffies. Yay me. This book is told fully from Temperance’s point of view, apart from the last chapter. We never get to find out the stranger’s name, but just like Temperance I didn’t need to know it, he gave me all the feels anyway. Hot, hot hot. A quick, sexy, extremely addictive, beautifully written read. I loved it. Temperance has a wonderfully dry sense of humour, I loved her, and I loved her slightly dark and dirty side. The audio version is perfect. I love Grace Grant, but if you’re buying on the pretence of Joe Arden, don’t bother, he’s in it for less than 5 minuets at the end. Still. I can’t wait for book 2. I need to know more about our Savage Prince.
A perfect love story
What a wonderful feel good romance with two single parents who hit it off both in and out of the bedroom. The story is funny, sexy and oh how I loved their dirty talk. A good old fashioned romance with wonderful characters, the children, the brothers, the ex and the best friend, all just wonderful. No angst, no biatching, just a perfect love story. I cannot wait for the next in the series. Sebastian York and the lovely Andi Arndt narrate perfectly.
Thoroughly enjoyable, fun and emotional
I’m loving this Get Dirty series by Lauren Landish (and yes I’ve read them completely out of sync, but no matter). The clue by the way, is definitely in the title, “Dirty Talk”, if you don’t like it then this is not the book for you, because, yes, there’s a lot of very dirty talk. There’s also a fun, yet emotional story with two people who were literally meant for each other. Derrick (sadly not really a name that induces thoughts of a super sexy alpha male), is a real good guy, generous, thoughtful, and despite his name, super sexy. His job as ‘the love doctor’ is to give advice on all things relationship ship concerned via his radio talk show, and this is where he meets the newly jilted Kat, as she asks for advice via his talk show. A bond is instantly formed. A fab romance, super sexy, with no angst. Thoroughly enjoyable, easy read and who better to listen to talking dirty than Sebastian York and Tracy Marks. Perfect.
I love this series
Not the final book in the series as I thought, but it didn’t leave me with the feeling of loss that I felt after book 2. The time between these two reads has had me almost forgetting what happened in book 2 and it took me a few chapters to embrace Peter and Sara’s story again. I seemed to have lost the original momentum, but by the end of the story I was yet again lost in their love story and swept up in everything that Peter was fighting for, for a future with Sara. Again, perfect writing, a wonderful story and great characters. I’m not sure though if I’ll be reading book 4, in my mind they’ve got their HEA, and I’m happy with that. I like to read trilogies and series back to back, I lose interest otherwise, I’m too impatient to wait for a further books. Narration by Tracy Marks was spot on, still struggling with Sebastian York and his Russian accent though. Note, this did not take away from or ruin the story one bit.
Love this series
Flipping heck. Another winner in book 3 of the Pucked series. Absolutely loved this book and devoured it in a day. This is possibly my favourite of the three. Pretty much fell in love with Randy from the get go, super hot, super sexy, bearded man bun hockey player and Lily, well she was just adorable. Just coming out of a 7 year relationship Lily really doesn't need to jump into another relationship, so when she hooks up with Randy they decide casual sex is the way to go. That's all well and good until feelings start getting involved. Randy and Lily are so similar, they have similar history and are so well matched for each other. I loved catching up with all the characters from the previous 2 books, Violet especially, who still has no filter on her mouth. Jacob Morgan was perfect as Randy. I struggled a little with Rose Dioro who came across as a little whiny, and whenever she took on Violet’s voice it made me hate Violet (I normally love Violet).
I thoroughly enjoyed this emotional drama, released as an audible original (I love it when authors release on audio first). Returning to his estranged father’s ranch answering to the plea of his father’s secretary, Isabelle Farris, and connecting with more than the land and the horses, Brant Talbot realises what he’s been missing living in the City. An enemies to lovers of sorts. I loved the story, which had more than one twist added in, the characters were strong, sexy and vulnerable at times. The setting is perfect, I’ve recently been enjoying novels set on ranches and this is no exception. I loved the story, the characters, the writing, and most definitely the narration. I love Jacob Morgan, and Virginia Rose was a perfect partner for him, their interpretations of Brant and Isabelle were spot on.
Perfect, I love Miller
Book 2 of the Pucked series following Violet's brother Buck and Alex's sister Sunny. This can be read as a standalone, but I highly recommend you read Pucked first. Buck is a player (or was, until Sunny came into his life), he's trying is best to stay on the straight and narrow. Unfortunately for Buck, he seems to be a "Puck Bunny"magnet and finds himself, through no particular fault of his own, regularly on social media in compromising positions with other women. Enter Sunny's ex "Bushman," to try and sweep her off her feet and win her back, and we end up with some serious laugh out loud moments. I really felt for both Sunny and Buck. Sunny struggling with her trust issues, and Buck dealing with social media and dyslexia. I also loved Buck and Violet's relationship, so inappropriate, yet hilarious, gives a new meaning to no secrets within the family. Wonderful story, beautifully written with lots of chemistry between all the characters. It did take me a few chapters to really get into the book. Not as good as book 1 in my opinion, but I'm still looking forward to reading about more of the players in the next book.
Joe Arden narrating, just perfect.
I loved it
Funnily enough, after reading a few chapters of this book, I pretty much thought it was cut and dried and that I would be reading a happy go lucky romance, but no! Wham bam! Curve ball, after curveball! I was just recovering from one, expecting everything to be all hunky dory again, and. Wham! Another curveball. Not so cut and dried anymore. I loved the writing, dual POV, a perfect story that pushed all my buttons, I loved the characters, Gray Westbrook, super dreamy, super sexy alpha male, wrongfully imprisoned for 3 years. A second chance romance that I adored, I was an emotional wreck in places, so much drama. A story I didn’t want to end. Full five star read for me. With my dream team Vi Keeland writing and Sebastian York and Andi Arndt narrating the audio version, it was a win win before I’d put my headphones on. I loved it.
Super sexy, light, quick and easy
Whoah. Scorching hot! I’m not sure I’ve read any ménage books, none that I remember anyway. This one however, I won’t be forgetting in a hurry. Entertaining, fun, sizzling hot with so much chemistry between all three characters, I loved it. Light, quick and easy, following best friends Sullivan and Will, two friends who share everything, I mean everything. Together they are looking for a woman to share their life with, together. It would appear to be their lucky night when Adrienne plows into the back of Sullivan’s beloved truck. Now, can they get Adrienne (a girl brought up with traditional values) on board with a little two on one action? Narration was absolutely perfect. I could have listened to these three all day.