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  • 22 person found this review helpful

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    Not as good as previous books

    First off, let me say that I hate it when authors make what should be one book into 3 books. It feels like a cash grab to me. This book definitely was not so long that even with the other 2 parts, it could not have been one book. I blame the 50 shades author for that. The book itself was just ok for me. It seemed to lack depth. The characters were bland, even with the bedroom escapades. In my opinion, the female lead was forgetable and too easily led around. I personally prefer a bit more depth to my characters and I hope Ms. March goes back to the style of writing that she had in the Beneath series. I will try another of her books but likely not the other 2 in this series.
  • 8 person found this review helpful

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    Dirty Billionaire

    I completed the reading of Dirty Billionaire, by Meghan March, only so I could give a fair review of the book as a whole. The book is the first part of a trilogy which could have been contained within 5 chapters exposing the life styles, career prosects and processes of becoming a Country singing star, rather than 32 chapters, which were mainly focussed on the sexual desires and activity of Creighton and Holly. I have concluded there is no interesting reason for reading it, unless the reader is looking for some form of sexual gratification in the detailed accounts of sexual encounter between Creighton and Holly. In my opinion, it is little more than literary pornograhy. I have no intention of reading the second or third part, having endured the first.
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    Creighton!!

    This trilogy is Sooo good!! Meghan March created a man that is undeniably a woman's dream!! Holly is a bit annoying but Creighton makes up for her lack of character.
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    Heerlijk

    Heerlijk om te lezen! Zo benieuwd hoe het verder gaat! Leuk geschreven, met humor en gevoel! Je gaat helemaal in de personen zitten
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    Jerk main characters, lack of emotional connection

    MMC was an asshole and the FMC was okay as a character but occasionally shamed her fake boyfriend for being bisexual which is completely gross. Also the chemistry was nil. They had a lot of sex--that doesn't convince me they have any kind of emotional connection, especially with the disrespectful way the MMC is treating the FMC. And without emotions, erotica will always be boring.
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