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Friday, 5 August 2016

Review: Dirty Desire

Dirty Desire Dirty Desire by M. Dauphin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In true Dauphin style, Dirty Desire is not your typical love story, and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Harper and Leigh are best friends and flatmates. But Leigh has met someone, and is moving out of their shared home, and moving in a complete stranger. Harper is worried. She's never lived with a stranger before, a male stranger. But when she casts her eyes on Knox, her worry changes from "what if he's an axe murderer?" to "how will I stick to my rule of no sex with a roommate?".

Knox is a man on a mission. He just needs to do this one thing and then the club he's worked so hard for, will be his. Can he separate business from pleasure?

Secrets are kept, lies are told, desire takes hold.

These characters, though flawed, are lovable, and believable. Harper has trouble keeping her inner voice inside, blurting out embarrassing things without even realising it. Leigh has a fierce loyalty, and a great sense of humour. Knox is sexy as hell, confident and, did I mention hot?

If you love a romance with dark twists, then this is the book for you!

Harper Stills is making it. She's paying the bills, she's enjoying her time as a young adult, and she has the best friend of all best friends. When he moves out of their shared apartment and moves in a stranger, Harper's one rule of 'no sex with the roommate' gets put to the test.

Knox Gregory is a man on a mission. A one track mind leads him to rooming with one of the sexiest women he's ever met... but not under the right circumstances. He's not allowed to fall for her, not in his plan, at least.

Sometimes things you plan for get shattered, though, and in the wake of it so does a lot more.

"All it took was one decision to ruin my life."

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