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About the Author
Making the jump from corporate lawyer to romance author was a leap of faith that New York Times, #1 Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Meghan March will never regret. With over thirty titles published, she has sold millions of books in nearly a dozen languages to fellow romance-lovers around the world. A nomad at heart, she can currently be found in the woods of the Pacific Northwest, living her happily ever after with her real-life alpha hero.
Elena Wolfe is a narrator of audiobooks. She is best known for her reading of C. C. Gibbs' All or Nothing series.
Sebastian York is an audiobook narrator whose readings include Twisted Perfection by Abbi Glines and Beautiful Bombshell by Christina Lauren, among others.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- ASIN : B01EXS6C6U
- Publisher : Meghan March LLC (May 17, 2016)
- Publication date : May 17, 2016
- Language : English
- File size : 953 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 228 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #24,867 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I couldn’t connect with Greer, who throughout the entire story tries and fails to stand up for herself. Her lack of strength was evident early on when she slept with Cav within minutes of seeing him for the first time since he left her abruptly, and without a word, three years beforehand. As for Cav, well, it’s hard to like Cav, who thinks that being dominant means treating a woman like a child throwing a tantrum. Thinking and saying things like “she’s begging to be taken in hand”, “she needs a keeper”, and “If your brother isn’t going to keep a leash on you to keep you safe, then I will.” doesn’t come across as dominant in my opinion, but rather controlling and demeaning. I was also not a fan of him calling her a slut or that he turned everything into a threat of sexual punishment. The dom and dirty talk felt cheesy and don’t even get me started on that anal sex scene.
DIRTY GIRL is told in dual POVs, is the beginning of a new series and ends in a cliffhanger. It’s clear that Greer’s brother, Creighton, has had a series written about him before, and if you haven’t read his series you’ll feel like you’re out of the loop in a couple of scenes. DIRTY GIRL is a novella so the story moves at a fairly quick pace, with some of the chapters being only a couple of pages long. It also includes some flashback scenes which I felt weren’t worked into the story in a seamless way. If you like stories that involve bullying men and an abundance of sex, then you’ll enjoy this one. Sadly, it wasn’t for me, and I was really looking forward to enjoying this one.
Cavanaugh “Cav” Westman is a blue-collar man turned Hollywood heartthrob. Greer Karas is an attorney who is also the sibling of a powerful and wealthy businessman.
When Cavanaugh meets Greer he’s instantly drawn to her. Greer, too, is very much attracted to the handsome construction worker.
Creighton Karas – Greer’s brother – is opposed to the relationship on account that Cav is a gold digger. Greer isn’t deterred by her brother’s judgment and continues to pursue a relationship with Cav that is until he suddenly disappears.
The family fortune and Creighton’s critical opinion of him made Cav determined to amass his own wealth. When he vanishes from Greer’s life he vows to return only when he’s made a name for himself.
Three years later… After Greer’s new boyfriend cheats on her, Greer is broken-hearted. Then during a drunken episode Greer posts a racy personal ad. When Cav reappears at Greer’s doorstep claiming to be the man she needs in her life, he sends both their lives on a tailspin affecting them as much as the Karas family.
Cav is handsome and very protective, Cav is also alpha male through and through He’s in love with Greer and would stand up to her brother any day.
What I didn’t like about Dirty Girl is how Creighton bullies Greer. Equally bizarre is how Cav becomes famous, how did he end up in Hollywood? All the reader knows is that he disappears from Greer’s life and reemerges three years later as a “star”. This book is a book in a series so perhaps there’s a back story to the Hollywood twist.
Ms. March’s ability to craft a decadent storyline is admirable. She has an uncanny talent for writing sexy and provocative stories. Dirty Girl is a well-written erotic romance, however, a major drawback is that it ends in a cliff-hanger; I did not see that coming. I was disappointed at the lack of ‘resolution’. Either which way, I enjoyed reading the book very much. I give Dirty Girl four stars.
Greer Karas was the sister to Creighton in the Dirty Billionaire series. She was hilarious then and even better in her own story.
Cavanaugh “Cav” Westman was a gorgeous Hollywood superstar. He met Greer prior to his fame and she fell hard and fast. However, he left her without a word and now he’s back in full force, with no real explanation.
Dirty Girl was told with a dual POV. I loved both characters but they haven’t quite clicked together for me yet. There was a lot of history that wasn’t filled in yet and I was craving more. I wasn’t sold on the “no explanation” on why he walked in the past. There was too much water under the bridge for there not to be a major explanation at the onset. I liked the story but it was missing something for me. It of course ended with a cliff hanger, so the story was definitely about to take off with promise of depth and complexity. Hopefully the next book will add further development to the story.
Additionally, If I hadn’t read Creighton’s story in the Dirty Billionaire series first, I wouldn’t have liked him much. It’s obvious he loved his sister but he treated her like she didn’t have a brain and was a hindrance to his company success. I wasn’t fond of that angle but I loved him previously so I’m expecting to love him again as the series progresses.
All in all it was a good start to the series. It was well written and a solid foundation for what’s to come. I loved both characters so I have high hopes for the conclusion in Dirty Love.
Top reviews from other countries
The heroine is weak and spineless which is disappointing.
The cliff hanger ending is downright absurd.
The author then has the audacity to charge £3.49 to get to the conclusion of this garbage.
I wouldn't waste my money.
This whole Casso family saga is gripping and addictive reading. The world that they inhabit is intriguing, glamorous but with a seedy underbelly that makes for a thrilling read. I can’t wait to dive into the conclusion to this duet.