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In general, I love Meghan March's books but I eventually became too disgusted with the heroine's inability to handle stressful situations. I'm not talking about her life being in danger or someone dying either. She freaks out over and over when finding out news about the hero. She repeatedly "couldn't think" or "couldn't move" leading her to be lead away like a child so big brother can do the thinking. She was a lawyer for heavens sake. She may not like to be in a stressful environment but she shouldn't become immediately mute and paralyzed. It is an easy tool for a writer to create a separation of the H/h but in this case it seemed to lack credibility and I expect better from a quality writer like MM.
I loved both narrators. Sebastian York and Elena Wolfe are always wonderful.
The book was worth the read because Cav was too cool for words. Alpha male to the core but not in a way that minimizes Greer at all. He trusts her ability to make good decisions with her life's direction, something, her brother, Creighton can't do. It was reasonably priced so I would buy it again but wouldn't waste a credit on it.
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Can you say speedy?? I'm not sure what deadline had to be met but this has got to be one of the most rushed stories I've ever listened to. The climax of the story zoomed by. I WANT MY CREDIT BACK!!!!
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I really enjoyed these two books absolutely lovely , I'm now looking at listening to other books in the duet series.
The final book in the Dirty Girl duet does not disappoint, my love for both Greer and Cav has only increased. With Creighton taking Greer and hiding her out in the middle of nowhere, it's only a matter of time before Cav tracks her down and takes what's his, and I have to say, he does it in spectacular style. With lots of input and revelations throughout from Creighton, Holly, Banner, Dom, and of course the secrets that Cav still seems to be keeping, the story had me hooked from the get-go. I love the characters, they're so passionate, the story, so beautifully written contains, lust, love, a lot of kink and a little bit of suspense. I was praying that Greer was able to accept the truth, if it ever came out in all it's gory glory! I'm so looking forward to Banner's story in the Real Duet series, she's a hoot. Fantastic narration as always.
This story was too similar to Dirty Billionaire (which I really enjoyed). Unfortunately I found Greer to be whiny and that kind of killed it for me. The narration was brilliant however having the same narrators as Dirty Billionaire had me thinking of the wrong characters at times.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
So enjoyed reading the end to this story. A brilliant writer of all the ingredients you expect in a book! Mmm!
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