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  • DIRTY TALK is a must read!

    I loved Cal and Jenna, but DIRTY TALK tore at my heart. I cried like a baby (twice), laughed, and swooned over Brent. Ivy and her sister, Alex have had a rough time when it comes to men. The father of Ivy’s daughter, Violet wanted her to have his child but then denied she was his, and Alex’s boyfriend left them all a little shell shocked including sweet Violet. When they arrived in Tory, they made a pact that there would be no men in their lives. Ivy thought this was an easy promise to keep since she has no interest in men and her daughter is terrified of them…until they meet Brent Payton. He charms them all, including Violet. Before long, it isn’t just little Violet who sees Brent as a hero and Ivy knows she wants more but how, when her sister is so adamant against men. She is so sure they have no need for men in their lives only Ivy decides she does. She needs Brent. Brent has always played the jokester, the laid back Payton brother…don’t let anything get to you, don’t be too serious, and then you won’t disappoint anyone or yourself. He was content with this life until a dark-haired beauty walks into the garage. Ivy Dawn is different from any girl he’d known and he no longer wants to be the jokester, the non-serious Payton brother. He wants to be serious for her, about her, and his life. She makes him rethink everything and fall in love with her, and her daughter. Ivy brings out the best in Brent giving him the strength to tell his father and brother what he truly wants for his life. When I read DIRTY THOUGHTS, I liked Brent but thought him lacking in depth. He was kind of obnoxious, somewhat loutish, and a pain in the butt. I was looking forward to his story simply because I love the characters of Tory, Maryland so much and thought his story would be fun-filled and sexy. It was all that, but oh my…it was also so much more! Brent does have depth, his obnoxiousness is a cover for a heart that feels far more than he puts on, and he’s not so loutish after all, again it’s a shield…he might still be a pain in the butt, but he is an adorable and definitely sexy one. Megan introduces us to a real man, a real hero who doesn’t hesitate to make a little girl feel relaxed and special, who reacts first and thinks later when the time calls for it, and knows how to show a girl a really good time on a date without expectations. Shoot, he even tucked her in when she got drunk and refused her advancements. I laughed, I cried like a baby (twice), and swooned over this guy who had always played a role because it was easier than revealing his true self to those who he thought smarter, tougher, and braver than himself. The Tory cast is still wonderful, the guys are guys and the gals are best girlfriends. We meet someone new who I adore, and would love to see again, and we see a side of Jack Payton that made me cry (the second time). Can you imagine…Jack Payton made me cry and not because he was being mean either. I loved every minute of this book…except one that made me pause…some may see it and others may not. I won’t spoil things by saying what it is because it does have an impact on the story and once I realized it, I understood the reason for it. So in the end, DIRTY TALK by Megan Erickson knocked it out of the park with a grand slam, but now I have to wonder…I’m not sure she can top this, but we’ll see. Alex gets her HEA in DIRTY DEEDS. If you don’t read any other of this series…you should though…read DIRTY TALK…have a box of tissues handy though unless you don’t cry at heart-wrenching and heartwarming moments in which case, you’ll be fine. ***purchased a copy for my personal reading but sharing my honest and unscripted review.

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  • Sweetheart hero and feisty heroine

    Sweet, sassy and super sexy all in one, this is the story of Brent and Ivy. When Ivy's sister Alex gets a mechanics job at Brent's family's business, Ivy makes it clear from the get go that she is not interested in his flirty machismo ways and wants nothing to do with him. Her young daughter Violet is the focus of her life and she has no time for men, having experienced past relationships that put her and her sister on the run. When Brent discovers that his normal approach isn't working, he tries something new - honesty and forthrightness, letting Ivy know that he's more than just a good roll in the hay (not that he isn't good at that too!). Can he convince Ivy to let down her guard and let him in? Having met Brent in the first story in this series, Dirty Thoughts (also standalone and featuring Brent's brother Cal), I was excited to see him meet his match and this story hit all the right buttons for me. One's first impression of Brent is that he is rather laidback , a good time guy, without any serious ambitions but the one you call when you need a hand, whether it's moving furniture or a booty call (he's not averse to those at all). In fact, his past history has painted him into a corner, such that his real dreams and desires have been put aside for so long, he can hardly remember them. Meeting Ivy is a wake up call for him. Suddenly there is a woman who will push back when he pushes, challenge him at every turn, and make him work for what he wants. And he's decided he wants her. Ivy is great as this feisty, no nonsense heroine, focused solely on the care of her young daughter and keeping her and her sister on the move if necessary, away from the abusive partners of her past (and there is no doubt she is still haunted by how they've affected her and her daughter too). She knows that Brent's act is just that - an act, and that for some reason he's hiding his true potential. Some of my favourite scenes in the book are Brent's interactions with Ivy's daughter Violet. She's a very shy and anxious young girl, and from their first meeting Brent is able to get down to her level, make her feel comfortable, and give her that sense of security that she's been missing around men. The true sweetness of Brent's character absolutely shines in those scenes. I really enjoyed how Brent and Ivy connected, both in and out of the bedroom. They share several steamy scenes together and while the sex is great, it's the way they open up to each other that cements their relationship. I love how Brent was able to change over the course of the story, finally coming out and admitting that there is more to life than what he's been getting out of it, and that a future with Ivy and Violet is what he wants. He doesn't hesitate to tell Ivy this, and isn't scared off by her resistance. He knows and respects that she is capable of taking care of herself and her family. But at the same time, he just wants to give her someone to lean on when she needs it, if she can only admit that she could use a little help now and then. There is a bit of action that goes on as Ivy's past resurfaces, enough to propel the story forward and give it a nice little bang at the end. We also get some great scenes with Brent's family - his father and brothers and all the teasing and witty conversations that go along with that. It was really an enjoyable story and Brent wins for sweetheart hero of the year. 4.5 stars.

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