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    Cash Grab

    It's keeps me reading. I want to know what happens next. But seriously?!? The book is too short to be divided into three parts. Money grabbing scheme is what it is.....
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    Moves along, heats up, great story!

    After the great ride that was Dirty Billionaire, I was a little concerned that March's sophomore entry into this series might come up lacking. Silly me; part two moves our story along nicely. Our heroine, Holly, has left her new husband, afraid that he doesn't realize how important her career is to her. Creighton isn't happy about this turn of events and sets about retrieving his runaway bride. In the course of reuniting - or not - we learn more about both partners, we see some bad things happen that turn out to be not so bad, and we realize that both of the main characters are experiencing some similar feelings about their situation. The writing is smooth and emotional, the sex is insanely hot, and both characters are well-drawn. There's a but at the end of that last sentence. I try very hard not to give away plot points, not to spoil stories, and not to ruin the book for anyone. However, I feel the need to explain why I gave Dirty Pleasures four stars, when I wanted to give it five. So, without giving away too much, here you go: There are tried and true tropes and tricks in every genre of writing, including romance. Some are great and really make the story better. Things like having your hero lose something that matters to them and have to fight to get it back. Sometimes a pregnancy scare can fit the bill, or an ex-lover showing up. There are, unfortunately, some little things that I dislike very much in writing. This book contains three of them. 1. I am not big on cliff-hanger endings. I knew going in that this book would have one, though, so that's not my biggest issue here. I also know that March will give me a fantastic climax to the story (much as Creighton does for Holly so often) and a satisfying, happy resolution to things. So I can live with the cliffie. 2. Miscommunication can work well in a story. However, when the lack of understanding occurs because one character won't shut up and let the other offer an explanation, or when one assumes that what they think is what actually happened and won't listen to anything else... it makes me nuts. I realize I'm not explaining this well, but I think most of you know what I mean. Maybe you were late for dinner because you decided to have a go at the blonde in your office, which is what your business rival told me, or maybe you were just held up in traffic due to a 2 car accident; assuming my version is correct, and refusing to let you tell me what happened, and then blaming you when the relationship isn't working? No. March employs this particular ploy and in my opinion it detracted from the book. 3. Why is it that no character is ever honest about their feelings until it's too late, or almost too late? I don't get it. This is not March's fault as it's part of the plot, but it makes me want to tear my hair out! I hate this particular trope and I wish she'd found a way to write this story without using it. That said, it's effective as heck. None of which is a criticism of Meghan, because the woman is a fabulous writer. I love her work. I'm just being honest here. Read Dirty Pleasures. It's a good story. Don't let my own personal preferences deter you. Holly is still head-strong (even pig-headed at times), as is Creighton. The pairing is fun, the naughty bits are very, very naughty, and the writing is excellent. Besides, you want to be ready when the conclusion to this series, Dirty Together, comes out!
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    It was so good!! Why didn't I find this series sooner? Well that we will never know. But that I loved it you know! There was lot's of dirty talking and making up, so make up sex. To be honest I have a serious problem with her mother, what the hell kind of person is so awful? I hope she get's her karma because I'm so waiting to go in the next one and tell mama my thought myself!! In this one we learn a secret about Creighton that I didn't see coming, but wasn't a terrible one either. Does that make sense? I don't want to spoil anything so I will not tell you, but let me know if you've read it! Holly is a sassy one but I kind of dislike her running.. But I totally get it all, I think I would feel the same as her and run too. This one wasn't very long, but it's a series so it doesn't need to be long. It just needs to pull you in and let you stay. And this one sure did that to me! Go read it!
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    Sweet, Sexy Romance

    After leaving New York, determined to leave Creighton and her impulsive decision behind, Holly focuses on her self and her career. So kicks off Dirty Pleasures, book two in Meghan March's Dirty Billionaire Trilogy. Never one to take 'no' for an answer Creighton is determined to make things and life better for the woman he's quickly falling in love with: his wife. When he returns home to find Holly gone, he is adamant to track her down and convince her to give him another shot. What follows is a whirlwind of sexy and sweet exploits as Creighton & Holly fight for dominance in and outside of the bedroom. You will be hard pressed to deny Creighton's allure in this novella as he goes above and beyond to ensure Holly is treated with respect by those who surround her. Is he a bit alpha? Hell yeah, and that's part of his charm. If you too love alpha romances with dirty talking billionaires and the sassy heroines who keep them on their toes, you will find this novella one you won't be able to put down until the very last steamy page. Grab your copy today to find out what happens next in this fan favorite series!
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    Review: Dirty Billionaire 2: Dirty Pleasures

    Dirty Pleasures by Meghan March is the second book in her new Dirty Billionaire Trilogy. It is yet another fantastic, steamy, intense tale of Holly and Creighton and the tumultuous affair that is now their married life. *** WARNING *** This review will contain spoilers for the previous book/s in the series. So Creighton has come home to find Holly gone again. After he over-reacted the last time he tries to reign it in... except... she really did take off this time. He eventually realizes that he let her down and wasn't there when he said he would be in order to get her to her tour bus on time. Holly, on the other hand is in a rush trying to make her tour bus before it leaves and forgets her phone. Even if she wanted to check in with her husband, she can't now - no phone. Will Creighton put aside his Billionaire pride and chase after his wife, the woman he is pretty sure he is falling in love with or is that just too far outside the realm of possibility for him. Will Holly begin to realize that Creighton's feelings are real or will self-doubt continue to follow her around sounding very close to her mother's snide voice? You shall have to jump into this one head first to find out. This ends on yet another cliffy but the next book will be out shortly so suck-it-up.

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