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Sweet Filthy Boy (Wild Seasons) Paperback – May 13, 2014
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"A sexy, sweet treasure of a story. I loved every word." (―Sylvia Day, #1 New York Times bestselling author)
"Christina Lauren is my go-to author when I'm looking for sexy and sweet." (Jennifer L. Armentrout, #1 New York Times bestselling author)
“Sweet Filthy Boy lives up to every yummy bit of its title. Each word, each thought, each touch from Ansel is pure, unadulterated SEX. Christina Lauren's assured writing and their ability to create a scorching and witty love story makes them an automatic 1-Click for us.” (The Rock Stars of Romance)
"Sweet Filthy Boy had my heart pounding from cover to cover and reminded me of first loves and being young. A must-read!" (Fangirlish)
"No one is doing hot contemporary romance like Christina Lauren. Sweet Filthy Boy is beyond swoon worthy. Just give me Book Two right now." (Bookalicious)
“Lauren's snappy dialogue, amusing banter, and dual first-person perspectives (with alternating chapters told from London's and Luke's points of view) keep the emotions high, close, and intense. A hyper-sexy sophisticated romance that perfectly captures the hunger, thrill, and doubt of young, modern love.” (Kirkus Reviews on Wicked Sexy Liar)
"Full of expertly drawn characters who will grab your heart and never let go, humor that will have you howling, and off-the-charts, toe-curling chemistry, Dark Wild Night is absolutely unforgettable. This is contemporary romance at its best! Beautifully written and remarkably compelling—it reminded me why Christina Lauren's books have a place of honor on my bookshelf." (Sarah J. Maas, bestselling author of Throne of Glass on Dark Wild Night)
“Hot . . . if you like your hook-ups early and plentiful..." (EW.com)
“A devilishly depraved cross between a hardcore porn and a very special episode of The Office…For us fetish-friendly fiends to feast on!!” (PerezHilton.com)
"The perfect blend of sex, sass and heart, Beautiful Bastard is a steamy battle of wills that will get your blood pumping!" (S.C. Stephens, bestselling author of Thoughtless)
About the Author
Christina Lauren is the combined pen name of longtime writing partners/besties/soulmates and brain-twins Christina Hobbs and Lauren Billings, the New York Times, USA TODAY, and #1 international bestselling authors of the Beautiful and Wild Seasons series, Dating You / Hating You, Roomies, Sublime, The House, and Autoboyography. You can find them online at ChristinaLaurenBooks.com, Facebook.com/ChristinaLaurenBooks, or @ChristinaLauren on Twitter.
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It starts out with a completely ridiculous premise: the weekend after graduating from college, three best friends take off for a trip to Vegas, where they meet and marry three best friends. Mia's book launches with this story, one that's funny, awkward, silly, and a little off the wall, but totally lovable.
Mia gets paired up with Ansel, who is perfect for her. This couple is well-matched. He gives her the things that she needs, and in turn, he gets to watch her blossom and grow into the woman she once was. I believed their love from the very first second and I really enjoyed the way their story played out. This storyline has been played with many times before, but these authors took a slightly different spin, sending Mia crashing out of her comfort zone and teaching Ansel what is really important in life.
I was pretty impressed with the storytelling that this book brought to the table. The highlight for me was definitely the characters. These authors write character-driven books with so much personality. I loved our six friends, plus all the secondary characters that showed up along the way. Definitely a must read!
Ansel is spending the last few days in Vegas before he has to head back to Paris and to his job as an attorney, one that does allow him much time for much else. Seeing Mia from across the crowded club, then knocking at his door was all it took to get this boy hooked.
Mia finds herself completely at ease in his presence, the stuttering is non-existent - she can talk to him and tell him things that she never thought she'd say out loud, especially to a perfect stranger. When she decides to be bold and for one night be the girl that would never let a chance with a guy like this slip away, she discovers that she ends up with far more than she ever imagined.
One drunken night in Vegas turns into so much more. She knows the responsible thing to do would be to go home, prepare for the life she knows she doesn't want - but the idea of summer in Paris with Ansel, what girl could say no to that?
"I want to love all my life as much as I love this night."
Sweet Filthy Boy was everything I wanted it to be. After coming of the success of the Beautiful Series I wasn't certain as to what to expect with their new series. But everything that I loved about their style was here. The trifecta of perfection, characters you love, a story that makes you swoon and writers that can make you laugh.
"I'll be honest, from the looks of my mouth, I sucked d*ck for a long time last night."
The way this duo writes these stories just amazes me. They hit the mark every time. The banter between the characters, the way the story line always remains clear - it just amazes me that this book, their stories come from two separate minds.
"You just implied you're b@nging me tonight."
His grin gets bigger as his hands snake around my waist.
Play your cards right."
"I forgot my cards."
His smile wilts dramatically.
"But I did bring my pen*s."
"I'll try not to break it this time."
"In fact, I think you should try your hardest."
There was a perfect balance to the lighthearted humor and the developing love story. The kind of love story where the characters have to work their way backwards from where they start to where they end. Falling in love with the idea of each other, without knowing one another. But knowing that the instant chemistry and the desire they feel is every bit real.
"With Ansel, I feel like my heartbeat is chasing his. I want to leave my fingerprints all over his neck and his lips. I want to suck on his skin, to see if it's as warm as it looks, and decide if I like what he was drinking by tasting it on his tongue. I want to have an entire conversation with him where I don't second-guess or struggle with a single word, and I want to take him back to the room with me and not use any words at all."
There was always this tone of a much deeper story lingering just beneath the surface. There was humor, there was sizzling play time scenes and even some heartfelt moments - but there was a bigger picture of realizing what you really want in life and not being afraid to take it. Sometimes people find that path on their own, but sometimes it takes just finding the right person to show it to you.
"Life is built of these little horrible moments and the giant expanses of awesome in between."
Viva Las Vegas!
I love books that at some point the characters end up in Vegas because you’re guaranteed for some crazy antics. And this book didn’t disappoint in that area. Mia and Ansel have just met and done something crazy that leads to Mia spending the summer with Ansel in his city, Paris. Who does that? Meets a guy and then spends a summer living with him 5,000 miles away?!
"I want to love all of my life as much as I love this night."
Did the authors read my diary?
Oh wait! That would be me who meets a guy who lives 3,000 miles away while in college and then flies across the country to spend the summer with him. Like Mia I was in my early twenties when I decided to be wild and free for the summer! Btw, that guy I spent the summer with followed me back home, after the summer, and we’ve been married 20 years in September. So, I totally understood Mia’s need to escape from family and life pressures and just go be someone else for a few months. My teens better not be reading this review because I won’t be supporting them if they decide to follow in their parents footsteps. *lol*
Naughty student and the Professor!,
All their roleplaying foreplay was S.T.E.A.M.Y. Seriously, I loved watching them get into character and let their awkwardness melt away. It was a great way to learn more about each other without having to have a sit down conversation. Especially since Ansley was forced to work the majority of the time Mia was visiting. He’s an upcoming lawyer who is aspiring to get ahead on the case he was working on so he could have the pick of jobs.
Avoidance… never the answer.
Ansley has a past he’s been avoiding telling Mia about because he’s afraid it will ruin their future. And, at the same time, Mia is escaping from the realities of her life: broken relationship with her dad, her career ending injury, and not wanting to continue her education by getting a Master’s degree. When all those things bubble to the surface they are no longer able to live in denial. They are forced to take responsibility for their actions.
Sweet Filthy Boy was a book that worked for me. It was sweet but not cheesy . . . it was steamy but not erotica. Just an all around fun romantic book. I’m looking forward to Oliver’s book that comes out in the Fall but now that I know about Perry, I’m dying to see how the authors' work that story into an HEA.
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Oh I loved this book and Ansel, the sweet filthy French boy with his hot,swoon worthy words, phew!Read more
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