Dirty: The Complete Collection: Four Menage Romances Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B075R337CK
- Publication date : September 17, 2017
- Language : English
- File size : 3673 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 540 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #8,139 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I think I am addicted to Tara Crescent and her Ménage stories!!!
Small town equals A LOT of gossip and when Sex therapists Landon and ben come to town EVERYONE is talking. Mia has always been the good girl but she secretly hides a vixen behind her façade. When they get together it's explosive and the town explodes with gossip and jealousy!!
I love these short steamy stories, Small town full of gossip mongers have more than their fair share to talk about when 2 hot Vloggers and sassy Coffee shop owner Cassie start their own Ménage.
Great second chance romance with a lot of steam to help keep you warm on those cold nights!!
Nina, Zane and Scott's story was unfinished when Nina left to find HER dreams, When the guys show up in New Summit it turns her world upside down. Great story and I like being able to see what is going on with the other ladies in the series!
I was sad to see the end of this series but I enjoyed every single one.
You see people slowly coming to terms of the 'new" lifestyle choices and gradually accepting, well.... tolerating is better lol. I really enjoyed Maggie, Lars and Ethan's story and I hope to see some of the secondary characters have their own story some day.
Mild spoilers - If Mia gets out of bed and gets dressed, even wrinkling her nose at putting on her shirt with a beer stain, how is she pulling a sheet over her naked chest in the next paragraph? Bollington is apparently so awful everyone tries to avoid even a conversation with the man, but he is a good choice to counsel James's father? Cassie freely admits to herself that Stewart is a pig for ignoring her at the bar, for flirting with other women, for treating the waitstaff terribly, for drinking while driving, but when Nina merely says he's "no good" she suddenly defends the man? And her reasons for getting in the car with a drunk made absolutely no sense. She's worried about having a threesome with vloggers while she battles her phobia of cameras, so the alternative is getting in the car with a guy who had been drinking all night?? You don't want a threesome, you say no! You don't let a drunk get behind the wheel and you absolutely don't go along for the ride! What on earth does one of those situations have to do with the other?
Too many instances when would was written when it should have been wouldn't. Could verses couldn't. Missing words. Small errors that just kept adding up, in each story. Needs editing.
However, when Maggie - in the Dirty Words story, not Maggie who started writing at smut o'clock - asked for the "two-masseuse special," I couldn't overlook the errors any longer. She asked for two FEMALE massage professionals. In case you're interested, Dear Writer, a MALE massage professional is a masseur. French, the source of both terms, uses different forms to indicate gender, as your desktop dictionary would tell you, very plainly, had you consulted it. Use a competent proofreader!
I received an advance reader copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.
Top reviews from other countries
2) Dirty Talk *****: Great trio, great ways to overcome problems. Loved it too.
3) Dirty Games ****: Nina came as really needy in this one (opposite when she appears in the 2 first books). Didn't appeal as much, but it's a good story.
4) Dirty Words ****: Crazy family problems. Immaturity from Maggie. Good story still.
I wouldn't hesitate to buy it for someone who enjoys this kind of thing. I just loved the 2 first stories best, that's all.