REVIEW: Real Dirty

REVIEW: Real Dirty

Read a review of Real Dirty by Meghan March. 

If you’re looking for a swoon worthy audiobook, Real Dirty will deliver.  

When the paparazzi start to swarm Boone’s friend and opening act Zane Frisco takes him to the perfect hiding place, the Fish Bowl. It’s a run down bar in the heart of downtown Nashville. It’s perfect because it’s quite and run by Ripley the sassy bar keep. Needless to say Boone and Ripley don’t hit it off well. When Boone tried to help the struggling bar the plan backfires and may set them down the road to closing faster than expected, and only serves to drive a wedge between Boone and Ripley.

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REVIEW: Ruthless King

REVIEW: Ruthless King

Read a review of Ruthless King by Meghan March.

Keira’s recently deceased husband didn’t just cheat on her, he siphoned money from the distillery, and he signed a half a million dollar promissory note to the kingpin of New Orleans’s underworld. Now that he’s gone, Keira is left with a struggling business and a debt to the notorious Lachlan Mount.

If Fifty Shades of Grey made you blush, this is not the book for you. This book is for people who don’t mind stories that are gritty, angsty, or dark and twisty. This isn’t your grandma’s romance. This is a new and darker side to Meghan March!

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REVIEW: How To Date A Douchebag The Learning Hours

REVIEW: How To Date A Douchebag The Learning Hours

Read a review of the audiobook How to Date a Douchebag The Learning Hours by Sara New. 

Rhett’s roommates want to help get him laid, against his will. Their first attempt is a poster with Rhett’s picture and phone number hung up around campus. The amount of text messages with pictures and offers that flood in is overwhelming. But, there’s one texter that’s not like the rest. What starts out as texting turns into something Rhett never expected, and may not be ready for in this role reversal rom-com.

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