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  • Review: Dive Bar 1: Dirty

    Dirty by Kylie Scott is the first book in her new Dive Bar series. With the title of the book AND series I wet in expecting something darker. What I got was a laugh out loud, get weird looks from your family, kind of book. It was so perfect in the delivery of the humor and the characters were so likeable (except of course for the horrible almost in-laws, we hated them). This is the first book I have read by Kylie Scott and I definitely will be reading more from her in the future. Well-paced and hilarious and absolutely, wonderfully heartwarming I loved this book so much. Don't get me wrong, it had some downer moments too but my take-away emotion from reading this was happy and positive and I'm very excited for more books in this series. Up next: Twist

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  • Runaway bride,sexy musician let the chaos begin

    When Lydia Green finds out her soon to be husband has been cheating on her with his best friend Paul minutes before she is due to walk down the aisle she does what any woman would do—she runs! With no one in town to run to Lydia finds herself hiding the bathroom of someone’s house hoping to get a few moments to get herself together and then get out of dodge. She never expected the owner to come home and find her a crying, dirty, bruised mess in his bath tub. She also could not have anticipated that the home owner would be the handsome stud standing naked before her. I love, love, loved this book. It was such a fun and sexy read as only Kylie Scott can provide. Her style of writing is unique and always entertaining. Lydia is a girl on the run, her life picture perfect future that she thought she was getting marrying a stable business man from a well to do family has now shattered. Leaving her with nowhere to live and nowhere to run from the tabloidesque drama that is about to unfold in their little town thanks to her dramatic exit from her own wedding. The last thing she needs is to be the center of attention. Somehow Vaughan helps her get through it all. They start as friends; Vaughan has his own troubles but from the start you can tell he’s a solid guy who wouldn’t let Lydia fend for herself when she obviously needs help. Around them there are a bunch of well-rounded characters like Vaughan’s sister she was a hoot hope she gets her own book. There is lots of sexual attraction between Vaughan and Lydia, they start a friends with benefits type relationship because Vaughan doesn’t plan on staying and Lydia has no idea where she will end up. Lydia is a real woman with real curves I love that about Kylie’s writing as well, she creates strong female characters we can all relate to or hope to be like. The characters quickly become part of each other’s lives and Lydia can’t help but fall for the sex on stick Vaughan. Personally I never fall for the gingers but Vaughan definitely converted me he’s one sexy man. There is drama, laughs, dirty sex and plenty of emotions to make for a fantastic tale of unexpected love.

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  • LOVED Vaughan

    I would like to begin the review by saying... HALLELUJAH! I have been not so patiently waiting for new material from Kylie Scott, scouring the internet and silently stalking her social media accounts. Once this hit Netgalley, I pounced. I. MUST. HAVE. IT. And... in true Kylie Scott fashion, she did not disappoint. Story - The story started off a tad on the cliche side. Girl (Lydia) finds out her fiance is cheating on her on their wedding day.. yeah, yeah, ive read this before. But almost immediately I see the Kylie Scott spin. (Gah, shes good) Lydia, obviously is heartbroken. She busts into Vaughan's (not the fiance) house still decked out in her wedding dress. Vaughan finds her in his bathtub. (Oh, it just gets better). What exactly does one former rocker-turned-bartender do with a fully dressed bride sobbing in the tub? The story line had a wonderful flow to it. Smooth as a baby's bum. If everyone would leave me alone (why wont you people LEAVE ME ALONE) I could have read the entire book in one sitting. It was light on the drama, heavy on the sexy and just the right length. Characters- Since day one of the Stage Dive series (Lick) - I have been hopelessly in love with Kylie Scott characters. They are unique, funny, certainly on the alpha side with the males and most of all - they are memorable. Vaughan is no exception. He takes wonderful care of Lydia and he is just so swoony. I totally loved him. Lydia... I liked her, but I didnt love her. Her inner dialogue gave me a little grief. How can she think soooo much when she is kissing a MAN. LIKE. VAUGHAN? Just shut up already and get with the kissing. All in all, it was great. It wasnt perfect but books rarely ever are. Would I recommend it? DEFINITELY. To readers who are looking for light, sexy, relatively drama free reads that will still get their motors running and contain memorable characters who are easy to fall in love with. 4**** WickedGood Stars for Dirty by Kylie Scott

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  • Making Friends and Sexy Time

    Vaughan was in a band that has broken up, and he's gone back to his hometown to regroup before striking out again. After finding out her fiancé is in love with his bestie, Lydia runs away, right into Vaughan. Theirs is a whirlwind romance. Lydia and Vaughan instantly see something in each other and start with the sexy, sassy banter and feelings of love. Much of the story involves a bar restaurant called Dive Bar and the people who spend their time there. Most of the cast have major history. Dirty is a spin-off of the Stage Dive series, but you don't have to read the Stage Dive books first (even though I do highly recommend them). It's a RomCom full of fun and relationships (family, friends, romance). I enjoyed this book and recommend it to someone looking for a fairly light, voluptuous, cheeky read.

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  • I want a Vaughn of my own!

    Loved, loved this book! Cannot wait to get more books in this series. What should have been the happiest day of Lydia Green's life ends when a video is sent to her on her wedding day of the groom and his best man doing a little Marvin Gay action at his bachelor party. Humiliated and upset, Lydia runs right as the ceremony is supposed to be starting. In a wedding dress and heels her options are limited so she decided to hide out in the neighbors cottage. After breaking in through the bathroom window and hiding out in the neighbor's showere where she finally lets herself crumble to the emotions that are tearing her apart. That is until she finds herself being drenched by the shower and face to crotch with the handsome neighbor himself. Vaughn has had a really rough couple of months. He has come home to see his sister and try to sell their childhood home in hopes of gathering enough cash to hit the road. Playing guitar in his band has been his saving grace and all he wants in life, that is until the moment he finds himself staring into the distraught face of a drenched runaway bride. I really enjoyed these two characters alot. Lydia was so easy to like to me because she molded after a very normal woman. She was not big screen beautiful, with the body to match. She had insecurities about herself but she also knew she was no ugly duckling and when she wanted to something or in this case someone she went after them. I loved how gentle, passionate and understanding Vaugh was with her. He was so great at letting her know just how beautiful he really thought she was and that in his eyes she was perfect. This couple had their ups and downs and there was some serious lol moments. I cannot wait to read more from this author and look forward to the next book in the series. I received an eARC of this book compliments of the publisher for my honest reveiw and opinion. All ratings and opinions stated are my own.

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