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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.

©2016 Meghan March, LLC (P)2016 Blackstone Audio

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The heroine was such a wuss!

In general, I love Meghan March's books but I eventually became too disgusted with the heroine's inability to handle stressful situations. I'm not talking about her life being in danger or someone dying either. She freaks out over and over when finding out news about the hero. She repeatedly "couldn't think" or "couldn't move" leading her to be lead away like a child so big brother can do the thinking. She was a lawyer for heavens sake. She may not like to be in a stressful environment but she shouldn't become immediately mute and paralyzed. It is an easy tool for a writer to create a separation of the H/h but in this case it seemed to lack credibility and I expect better from a quality writer like MM.

I loved both narrators. Sebastian York and Elena Wolfe are always wonderful.

The book was worth the read because Cav was too cool for words. Alpha male to the core but not in a way that minimizes Greer at all. He trusts her ability to make good decisions with her life's direction, something, her brother, Creighton can't do. It was reasonably priced so I would buy it again but wouldn't waste a credit on it.

9 of 10 people found this review helpful

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Too Rushed!!!

Can you say speedy?? I'm not sure what deadline had to be met but this has got to be one of the most rushed stories I've ever listened to. The climax of the story zoomed by. I WANT MY CREDIT BACK!!!!

6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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Took long enough...

Much better than the first one!!!! It wasn't exactly my cup of tea but I'm glad I finished them. I feel like it could've been a little more mysterious from the start (Dirty Girl) I didn't like that everything came out in the last 5 chapters of the second book. I can honestly say that if I hadn't purchased them at the same time I would've never went on to this book.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Too stupid to finish

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

These people are too stupid to live. There is no way any of them could function in modern society. I toughed it out for 1 1/2 hrs and then gave up.

What could Meghan March have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Not written the story

What does Sebastian York and Elena Wolfe bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

They were great

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Dirty Love?

i would have sent the book back to Ms March and told her to start over.

Any additional comments?

Sending this one back

8 of 11 people found this review helpful

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  • Cyndi
  • Michigan
  • 06-26-16

Love this Dirty Little Duet!

I love this duet! After listening to book 1, I was dying for book 2 and thankfully it was a short wait. Part 2 is extremely hot and the story went exactly how I wanted it to. I love Cav, he is the perfect dominant man but only when it comes to sex and Greer's safety. Greer is a little bit of a "shit stirrer" and doesn't always make the best decisions when emotions are involved but when it matters she followed her heart instead of her anger and vindictive side. I really want more in this world. Meghan March never disappoints.....ever!

Narration of course is amazing.... As always too ;)

7 of 10 people found this review helpful

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Please write more for Greer and Cav

I love the narrators. That story line sums up the siblings story. there needs to be one for Crey's assistance.

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  • Trisha
  • Ringle, WI, United States
  • 05-31-16

Absolutely Amazing!!!

Although we had to wait for this installment in the "Dirty Girl " series it was WELL WORTH THE WAIT!!! The narrators both did a phenomenal job. Andi Arndt has a very sexy and smoky timber to her voice which is a perfect compliment to Sebastian York. This book didn't lack in heat and scorching hot sex and goes without saying that having Sebastian narrate will leave the entire population of women with soaked panties and a dire need for more of his sexy swoon worthy voice. He's absolutely delectable!!!!!

5 of 8 people found this review helpful

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  • 06-01-16

Awesome as always

Definitely didn't disappoint. Talk about surprise after surprise. Another one out of the park Meghan March!

3 of 5 people found this review helpful

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Good but frustrating

I did like it, but Greer did make me want to pull my hair out. That girl could walk into and do anything and screw it up, make the wrong choice and not tell someone what she was doing when she should be telling them everything.

I swear, at one point I almost threw my phone because she was doing something else that was making me crazy.

But funnily enough I throughly enjoyed the duet.

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Loaded with intense emotion

Dirty Love picks up right were Dirty Girl left off with the shocking revelation about Cav’s connection to her brother.  All those mob ties that were introduced in Dirty Together make an appearance and that storyline finally makes sense when I really didn’t think it did back when it was introduced.  

Greer and Cav’s story was one I really loved, it was tumultuous and loaded with so much intense emotion.  I couldn’t stop listening and finished this audiobook in one day.  You know when you start these stories there is going to be an HEA, it’s just, you know.  The getting there is the best part, and March make it so much fun and I just want to gobble up everything she writes.

Dirty Love: The Dirty Girl Duet Series, Book 2, is getting 5 Boundless stars, it was fun, sexy, steamy and one incredible journey.  I loved it. 

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  • Mrs Rogerson
  • 09-30-17

A really good book .

I really enjoyed these two books absolutely lovely , I'm now looking at listening to other books in the duet series.

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  • LilleyLoohLah
  • 01-19-17

4.5 Stars

The final book in the Dirty Girl duet does not disappoint, my love for both Greer and Cav has only increased. With Creighton taking Greer and hiding her out in the middle of nowhere, it's only a matter of time before Cav tracks her down and takes what's his, and I have to say, he does it in spectacular style. With lots of input and revelations throughout from Creighton, Holly, Banner, Dom, and of course the secrets that Cav still seems to be keeping, the story had me hooked from the get-go. I love the characters, they're so passionate, the story, so beautifully written contains, lust, love, a lot of kink and a little bit of suspense. I was praying that Greer was able to accept the truth, if it ever came out in all it's gory glory! I'm so looking forward to Banner's story in the Real Duet series, she's a hoot. Fantastic narration as always.

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  • Louise
  • 01-08-17

Brilliant

Great book and loved all the books I read by Megan March she's a great writer and would recommend this to everyone.

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  • maryg
  • 05-31-16

Good

Read the two books so far in this series. Not sure if this is the end of the series. Enjoyed.

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  • Yvonne
  • 07-17-16

Too similar

This story was too similar to Dirty Billionaire (which I really enjoyed). Unfortunately I found Greer to be whiny and that kind of killed it for me. The narration was brilliant however having the same narrators as Dirty Billionaire had me thinking of the wrong characters at times.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Cas
  • 05-31-16

Wow

So enjoyed reading the end to this story. A brilliant writer of all the ingredients you expect in a book! Mmm!

0 of 2 people found this review helpful