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Down & Dirty: Crow

Dirty Angels MC, Book 10
Narrated by: Joe Arden, Ava Lucas
Length: 7 hrs and 15 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Welcome to Shadow Valley where the Dirty Angels MC rules. Get ready to get down and dirty because this is Crow's story...

When a woman from his past shows up asking for his help, Crow’s not sure he can be the hero she’s looking for.

Crow, self-proclaimed bachelor biker, can’t believe his eyes when a woman from his past shows up at his tattoo shop. She not only needs him to cover up a scar created by a rival MC but is looking for a hero to help her heal and officially move on from a tragic incident. One that dragged her into the darkness against her will and extinguished her light for years. While willing to help, he’s not sure he can be everything she needs him to be. How can he help her when he hasn't even faced the demons that haunt his own past?

Six years ago, Jazz left Shadow Valley when a life-altering assault changed her outlook on the world - and men - forever. Now she’s back to deal with the scars, both physical and mental, left behind. While hoping Crow will help her with both, she’s afraid he won’t be willing. Crow always considered her too young, now she’s worried he only sees her as broken. However, Jazz knows there’s no one better than the long-time DAMC member to help her move on. Not only determined for her past to stop controlling her future, she needs to replace those memories with something better, while knocking down the barriers holding her back.

But will their age difference be the biggest obstacle of them all?

Note: While this book can be listened to as a standalone, because of storylines that span the series, it’s best to listen to them in order. It includes lots of steamy scenes, biker slang, cursing, some violence and, of course, an HEA. If you like alpha males who like to take charge, this audiobook is for you.

©2019 Jeanne St. James (P)2019 Jeanne St. James

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Outstanding Book!!

This book was INCREDIBLE!! You can not go wrong with it! Even if you haven’t read any of the previous books you can still follow right along! Jazz and Crow’s story will bring you through so many emotions.

The narrators knock this one out of the park! Great Job Joe Arden and Ava Lucas and of course Jeanne St James writes awesome book!

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Crow and Jazz

I wish I could give this book 10 stars. The conclusion of the Dirty Angels MC series is amazing. I knew after reading the ebook that listening to the audio version was going to be fantastic and it did not disappoint. Jazz has returned home to heal and to move on with her life. She doesn’t trust anyone but Crow to help her with this. Only he can turn the brutal reminder of her past into something beautiful.
The final book brings another meeting of the sisterhood which is one of my favorite parts of the series. I’m sad the series has ended but it was done perfectly. I also look forward to the new series we get a glimpse of in the epilogue!
Joe Arden and Ava Lucas where amazing as always. Joe was the perfect voice for Crow.

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Excellent, Emotional, A Must MUST MUST READ !!

I was so excited to read DAMC series Book 10 Down & Dirty Crow, the anticipation built so high as Crow's character had grown with each book in the series. He was the clubs inkslinger always in the background being supportive, he didn't say much and when he did it was always intuitive and wise. The women of the club loved the Native American hot MC member enough to keep his club brothers a bit jelous but he wasnt looking for a old lady. Crows past was dark and twisted in to the clubs past and he had not dealt with or healed from it yet then comes Jaz she was once a club member and something bad happend and she moved away from Shadow Valley and the DAMC for 6 years but she comes back to ask Crow for help with a tatoo to cover her scars and help her to heal from the past. There is so much more I want to add to my review but I dont like giving spoilers so what I will say is this story is Incredible, Emotional, and Enthralling you will never get enough. You will fall in love with Crow and his story . This whole series is one you will want to re read or listen to over and over again.

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Absolute perfection!

I have read and now listened to this entire series and it never fails that the narrators completely being the characters to life and really make you FEEL all the emotions. Joe Arden is the perfect Crow! His voice is strong, smooth, and totally sexy. Ava Lucas, as per usual, is perfection! Jazz and Crow fit. She thinks she is "ruined" and is desperately trying to get herself back. Crow has baggage and thinks he's not right for Jazz. Their story is beautifully written/told with so much hurt, anger, sadness and finally love.

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Amazing

This was a great end to this series. I’ve loved every book and this one did not disappoint. Crow and Jazz are great together. Jazz goes to Crow to help her with the last hurdle to move on from her past and in the process she helps him come to terms with his. Sad to see this series end but this was a great ending to it. The narrators did amazing with these characters.

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LOVED IT

loved it I say this about all her books . But this one
I have loved Crow as long as Jazz.. since I first read his name. and Jazz is amazing out of the ashes she came back from something Horrific and now is getting her man. again LOVED IT

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A down and 5 star dirty listen

Book 10 in the series. This story will bring you all the emotions felt by your heart . JSJ knows how to write a hero who is patient, wants to help people who are special to him. JSJ also took a heroine is hurt inside and out by a rival gang but the heroine moves along in her life .

Hero is Crow. Heroine is Jasmine ( Jazz)

Jazz heads back home after some yrs to finish things up and she needs some ink to cover the scars . She heads back to see if Crow is willing to do the artwork .

Crow can’t believe he’s seeing Jazz . Crow recognizes her but he also sees that Jazz has tried to change , Little does Jazz know that she’s healing Crow also. Does Jazz go back to NYC or does she stay home where the family is
This story will eat at all your emotions, you will be routing for Jasmine and Crow You will also see members from previous stories

Joe Arden and Ava Lucas were great together . Joe as we know nails his stories down. His emotional pitch and tone are fantastic.
Ava has a very smooth voice , it’s $exy and clear .

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Perfect Ending to this Series

Down & Dirty Crow is the 10th book in the Dirty Angels MC series and what a fantastic end to this series. Ever since meeting Jazz in Hawke's story I was eager to find out how her story ends and I don't think we could have gotten a better ending for her. I loved Crow and Jazz together. His tenderness and care with her will give you all the feels. There were a few scenes that will make you tear up and as expected with the guys in this MC there are scenes that will make you laugh. The story will evoke a range of emotions from you. This has been one of my favorite series and I've loved all the characters. Down & Dirty Crow was a fantastic story and a great ending to a phenomenal series. I would highly recommend this novel to all lovers of MC romance.
The audiobook was narrated by Joe Arden and Ava Lucas. Their portrayal of these characters were fantastic and they brought out the emotions and personality of the characters in this story. I enjoyed listening to them narrate this novel.

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Crow is all that and then some

The Dirty Angel's come full circle. Crow has been an enigma from the very first book and I knew his story would be special. When Jasmine shows back after years of being gone, the stage is set. Sit back, take a deep breath and let Joe Arden and Ava Lucas sweep you away

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Fantastic ending to series

Fantastic listen! As always with this series great story and characters, loved hearing about favorites from the series and Crow and Jazz’s story. The narrators did an amazing job and really brought the characters to life. I received a free review copy of this audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • nicola taylor
  • 10-10-19

Brilliant

Loved the whole series.
Would love to hear the Guts & Glory: In the Shadows Security series too!

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  • PATRICIA
  • 08-21-19

What a wild ride!

I cannot believe that this series has reached it's end! It's one of the best I have listened to, each story intertwined with characters, having it's own original plot. We end with Crow. He has been in so many of the books, as he is the inkslayer of the DAMC. When Jasmine comes back to town looking for a tattoo, he is the only one that can give her what she is looking for. We have met Jasmine before in Hawk's book, and her tragedy had her mending for several years, but now she is looking to begin a new chapter of her life, and she has a plan that includes Crow. With 12 years between them though, and a history that leaves them both with needed healing, will these two ever get together? Again Jeanne St James has captured my heart with her hero. Each one holds a special place for me, and Crow's tenderness and protectiveness burrowed his way right into me. But while I love Crow to death, the character of Jasmine has captured my full attention. What a life this girl has had, with tragedy endured, she rises above and becomes a full fledged fighter, gathering her wits and coming back to life. And the intermixing of all my favorites coming in and making me feel like I have come home. This series has been an amazing journey, and I am so glad I have taken it!

Once again, St James has found the essence of each character with a chosen voice. Joe Arden is Crow through and through. He breathes life into the character, with the full hesitancy Crow projects, yet throws that overwhelming protective love vibe in. He is amazing. Ava Lucas, who has nailed every female in this series, with a different voice and personality gives Jasmine the initiative to start her life with inflections and emotions with her performance. What a way to end it all! Loved the series, and every one of the 10 narration teams.

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  • Sarah
  • 08-24-19

Love Crow

So sad this is the final story of Down & Dirty. Loved that Crow finally gets his happy ever after. Although Joe Arden is a fantastic narrator I didn't think his voice was suited to Crow's character. Crow is 40 and has a smooth honey voice, whereas Joe sounds younger and more edgy (probably more suited to Dex or Linc). Perhaps someone like Noah Michael Levine would have been more suited. Despite that it is a beautiful story and great end to series. ☺️