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Dirty Filthy Rich Men Paperback – March 27, 2017
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"An addictive, fast-paced, steamy ride that kept me turning the pages as fast as I could!!" ―Aestas Book Blog
On Laurelin Paige
"Paige is unflinching in her depiction of a complicated relationship, and the results are explosive." ―Kirkus Reviews
"Laurelin Paige writes an addictive mix of emotion and sexy that draws the reader in and doesn't let go until long after the last page is read." ―K. Bromberg, New York Times bestselling author of the Driven Series
"Laurelin is an incredible storyteller with a true gift for keeping a reader hooked." ―Melody Anne, New York Times Bestselling Author
About the Author
Laurelin Paige is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today Bestselling Author of the Fixed Trilogy. She's a sucker for a good romance and gets giddy anytime there's kissing, much to the embarrassment of her three daughters. Her husband doesn't seem to complain, however. When she isn't reading or writing sexy stories, she's probably singing, watching Game of Thrones and The Walking Dead, or dreaming of Michael Fassbender. She's also a proud member of Mensa International, though she doesn't do anything with the organization except use it as material for her bio.
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This author has such a way with telling a story that you feel pulled in from the very start. There were moments I didn't anticipate, twists and turns that had me groaning in frustration but were so perfect that I can't even complain about them. The pacing was spot on and these characters? Simply incredible.
Sabrina has grown up a bit in the ten years since we met her in Dirty Filthy Rich Boys but at the same time, there's still so much that she has to learn about herself. Ms. Paige takes you on this journey with Sabrina and it's breathtaking.
Donovan Kincaid. That man. He is absolutely unreal....and I want to know where I can find him. He is so much more than you initially think. I want to peel away his layers one by one and just breathe him in. I just want one of him for my very own.
I'm dying for the next installment in this book. I hate the wait...but I'll accept it from this author because I insist on one clicking instead of waiting for the whole series to be released at once.
If you read Dirty Filthy Rich Boys, which is available free through Amazon, then you are acquainted with Donovan Kincaid, Weston King, and Sabrina, the girl who doesn't so much come between them as force them to choose what they want, who they want, and how they want.
Ten years after a steamy encounter with Donovan and an almost romance with Weston, Sabrina finds herself working for Weston. This close proximity amps up the attraction she's felt for him all along, but she is determined to not let what may or may not happen between them thwart her professionally.
It is only a matter of time before Donovan returns, and to say that Sabrina's feelings for him are far deeper than those she has for Weston is to understate the situation. Considerably. Sabrina does not long for Weston the say she longs for Donovan: "Oh, did I want him. Like I hadn't wanted anything in a long time. Like I hadn't wanted anyone since I'd wanted him back then. Like I'd always wanted him but was too proud to admit." She feels this want not for Weston, but for Donovan. Nor does she wonder if Weston tastes "like sin and scotch, secrets and sweat." That is reserved for Donovan.
Unlike Weston, though, Donovan keeps himself out of reach. He gives Sabrina just enough, always withdrawing when she - and he - becomes overwhelmed with the intensity of her feelings for him. Sure, Sabrina still worries about maintaining professionalism, but she's too consumed by need and want for Donovan to stop herself from making a mistake.
You would feel the same way. You can't help it - that's the way Laurelin Paige writes Donovan Kincaid. You find yourself wishing he really existed, and you, like Sabrina, become obsessed with him.
Sabrina represents you, the wary yet needy reader. She knows that getting involved with Donovan places her in an unstable, powerless position, yet she can't help herself from dismissing those concerns. The lure of Donovan is too powerful to resist, for her and for you.
This is a raw, sensual, passionate story of two raw, sensual, passionate people. Carnality infuses every page, making you feel flush and quivery. I thought Laurelin Paige hit her apex with Reeve Sallis in the First and Last duet, but she shows me just how badly I underestimated her. Donovan shares similarities with his predecessors Hudson Pierce (there is a hilarious shout-out to Mr. Pierce in this book) and Reeve, but he's very much his own man. He has a feral intensity that startles even him. making him retreat as far as he will allow himself to go.
The book ends on a cliffhanger, the sort that makes you want to stand over top of Laurelin Paige and refuse to allow her to do anything other than write the second part to this duet. You won't want to be rid of Donovan or Weston or Sabrina. Isn't that the sign of a book well written?