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Dirty Love (Dirty Girl Duet) (Volume 2) Paperback – May 31, 2016
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Meghan March has been known to wear camo face paint and tromp around in woods wearing mud-covered boots, all while sporting a perfect manicure. She's also impulsive, easily entertained, and absolutely unapologetic about the fact that she loves to read and write smut. Her past lives include slinging auto parts, selling lingerie, making custom jewelry, and practicing corporate law. Writing books about dirty talking alpha males and the strong, sassy women who bring them to their knees is by far the most fabulous job she's ever had.
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This book is definitely a part of a series. It should be read in order. To get the full amazing effects, I would highly recommend starting with Creighton and Holly's story, Dirty Billionaire.
Meghan March has done it again with Dirty Love, the sequel to the newly released Dirty Girl. It is just as hot, just as steamy, and just as fantastic as the first book. It picks up right where the cliffhanger of Dirty Girl left us. In Dirty Love, we get answers to the questions posed in Dirty Girl, but at the same time more questions pop up and there is still a level of suspense and wonderment over how the story is going to play out.
Greer has to come to terms with what she finds out about Cav. Cav is not going to walk away this time, and goes alpha extreme to get her back. I think that there is so much more to him in this story as his past is laid out, and I love him more for it. He is alpha, but the depth of his feeling for Greer is off the charts. He believes in them when Greer is questioning everything that is them.
As an alpha supreme bad mambo jambo, Cav will go above and beyond when it comes to protecting the women that he loves more than life itself. He knows she loves him, but he still believes that he needs to protect her from everything. Walking away from her the first time was the hardest thing he did, and when the reasoning behind it is finally explained, I understand completely why he acted as he did. He was an alpha supreme badass who ripped out his own heart to ensure that the one who owned it would always be protected.
Greer has been through a lot in a very short time, but even with that, she is becoming the women that she always wanted to be, even though she didn’t realize it. She was coming out of her shell, and had Cav to thank for it. It didn’t matter what happened in the past, Cav was her soulmate and nothing that he could have done in the past would ever change that. She just needed a little time to sort out her thoughts. She wants Cav. Period.
In Dirty Love we get answers to the questions we were screaming about in Dirty Girl and I felt that that was the theme for this book. Answers. But even with that said, Ms. March threw some mighty twists in there that I did not see coming. Bravo. I also felt that a string of events set up story lines for future books for other characters, so I don’t think we have seen the last of Greer and Cav (as well as Creighton and Holly).
Go and read Dirty Love for yourself, and if you already haven’t, read Dirty Girl first. There will be no disappointments and both books are H-o-t, with a dash of intrigue, and a whole lot of ridiculously hot alpha male. But at the center, is a love that is one for the books.
I loved Cav's devotion that bordered on obsession. I love how he would do anything to keep Greer safe --- even if it meant leaving her. And because of his love for her, he becomes a better man. One that would deserve such a woman as Greer Karas. Superb story telling. I look forward to more from this author with Banner's story. I'm counting the moments.