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    3.5 Stars!

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he doesn't know is that Chap has plans to break these two up. Clay is left feeling that he isn't good enough for Natalie and that's why she broke up with him. Natalie is left feeling angry because she thinks Clay is breaking up with her because she wants to go to college and he just wants her to be stay at home wife focusing solely on his needs. Before the matter can be cleared up, Chap has a stroke the night everything blows up. 7 years later and Clay and his brothers are now billionaire's from striking oil. When an employee dies at one of their dig sites, Clay realizes he needs to seize the moment and what he wants to seize is Natalie. He's still angry about the way she ended things so he thinks he can use his billions to buy her to get her out of his system. This was a strange but cute story. I liked the role reversal of the poor man turned rich and the rich girl turned poor part of the story. Both characters were likable and I wanted to see them together. Clay is not my usual type of Hero but I found that I still really liked him. He was just so nice you can't hate him. Even when he lets his brother talk him into being a scoundrel, it just doesn't work because it isn't who he is. There is a lot of miscommunication between these two but that's the reason they are separated for 7 years and almost lose out on their second chance. Because of the poor background for Clay and his brothers, I did cringe a lot when the work ain't was used throughout the book. Overall, it was entertaining and I would be interested to read the other brothers stories.
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    First love, only love

    Clay and Natalie are so perfect together, and despite the fact they thought they broke each other hearts seven years earlier, neither has moved on. That's right, we have dual virgins!!!! While second chance books usually aren't my thing, I think of all the time wasted, and it makes me blech, for these two, they needed it. They needed to see what the world was like, they needed to mature, and they needed to realize they really were perfect for each other. This way, when they make mistakes, they react as grownups, and not new adults Luckily they did re-connect because they are perfect together!
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