Wednesday, June 1, 2016

review || DIRTY LOVE { blog tour } by Meghan March

Red Dress Press | May 31, 2016 | New Adult Romance
Dirty Girl Duet, book 2


From USA Today bestselling author Meghan March comes a sexy new spin-off duet from The Dirty Billionaire Trilogy. Are you ready to get dirty again? 

Dirty Love is the conclusion of the Dirty Girl Duet, and should be read following Dirty Girl . 

Greer Karas has been mine since the first day I saw her.

I walked away because she deserved better than I could offer, but I always planned to come back and stake my claim when the time was right.

But true to form, Greer wasn't willing to wait. She threw down a challenge, and I’m meeting her head-on. 

I’m not walking away this time because sometimes you have to fight dirty for love.

{ about meghan march } .

Meghan March has been known to wear camo face paint and tromp around in woods wearing mud-covered boots, all while sporting a perfect manicure. She's also impulsive, easily entertained, and absolutely unapologetic about the fact that she loves to read and write smut. Her past lives include slinging auto parts, selling lingerie, making custom jewelry, and practicing corporate law. Writing books about dirty talking alpha males and the strong, sassy women who bring them to their knees is by far the most fabulous job she's ever had. She loves hearing from her readers at

{ excerpt } .

Right now, I just want Cav. I might still want to kill him later, but not right this moment.

I suck his finger into my mouth, laving it with my tongue and lips and dragging lightly down it with my teeth.

As we hurtle down the runway, I make promises to him with my eyes. Take the restraints off or don’t; I’m still going to want you.

Cav reaches out with his other hand and cups my breast, covered only by the soft material of my thin T-shirt. Chill bumps prickle along my skin when his fingers close around my nipple and twist.

A moan escapes my lips, and I press into his touch. We say nothing until the captain announces that we’ve reached our cruising altitude.

Cav removes his seat belt and mine before hauling me back onto his lap.

“Jesus Christ, woman. Feel what you did to me.”

He presses his hips up and against me, and I wiggle my ass against his cock’s solid length.

“I want it.”

“Good, because I’m going to lower you onto your knees, unzip my pants, and help you take it down your throat. And then I’m going to lift you up on my lap and slide your pussy down my cock until you’re full of me.”

His dirty talk kills me every time.

“What are you waiting for?” I ask, my tone taking on a seductive depth.

“Need to taste you again first.”

His lips crush to mine, and his tongue dives inside without waiting for invitation. Cav kisses like he does everything else—throwing his whole self into it. His hand is buried in my hair, tilting my head the way he likes. I moan into his mouth, loving the urgency radiating from him.

Finally, he pulls my head back, his eyes greener than before. “On your knees, baby girl.”

I nod as he helps me to the floor, the plush carpeting cushioning my position. Cav unzips his jeans and fists his cock as he pulls it out. As I lean forward, my hair falls around my face, but with my bound hands, I’m helpless to pull it back.

Cav wraps one hand around the tangled strands and clenches it behind my head. I’m at his mercy, and yet I’ve never felt more powerful. The need in his eyes burns into me, and I want to give as much as I want to take.

{ review } .

First -- this is the conclusion to Greer and Cav's story. That means, if you haven't read Dirty Girl, you probably should. Mainly because we start out right where we left off -- Cav's truths (Crey style) come to light and Greer's world shatters in front of her.

{ ...may I just add that these covers are beautiful? Not in the appropriate spot? Ah well. }

Now that that's all said and done...

I love that we get a dual-point of view in this duet. One, because we can see the heart and break in Greer; we can see her battle with her brother's words and Cav's words; we can see how her heart aches to be with Cav, even though there were years they were apart. But also two, because we can see the protective instincts Cav has for Greer; we see his own personal battle with guilt, right, and wrong; we see how much he may hate her brother (and, *cough*hisbrother*cough* <-- not a spoiler if you read the last one). Immediately, the reader sees that Cav is, and always has been, protective of Greer.

And in this book, we get to see that to the full extent -- both the now and the then.

I absolutely loved this duet, as well as the extra insights to Crey and Holly. Holly and her song writing... It's quite comical in this one, I have to say. Hey, the creativity starts at random times.

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