Review: Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare

Nov 22, 2017 | Book Reviews | 0 comments

Review: Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica ClareDirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare
Also by this author: The Virgin's Guide to Misbehaving
Series: Roughneck Billionaires #2
Also in this series: Dirty Money
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Published by InterMix on November 21, 2017
Pages: 222
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher
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Opposites Attract Steamy Tag

Clay Price has everything he’s ever wanted, except the one thing money can’t buy—Natalie Weston. Years ago, Clay and Natalie were in love…until she turned down his marriage proposal. Now Clay and his brothers are oil-rich billionaires, and they can have whatever they want. And what Clay wants is Natalie in his bed, no matter what it takes. If it means being ruthless, he’ll do it.

Natalie gave up on true love years ago when the realities of the world destroyed her fairy-tale hopes. Giving up Clay is her biggest regret in life, and she’s excited to see him return…until she finds out why. Clay’s got one hell of a proposal for her: he’ll save her father’s business and bail Natalie out of debt if she’ll agree to become his very personal assistant. It’s clear that he wants more from her than just typing.

It’s also clear that Natalie has no choice. This scoundrel’s bet could destroy any hope they had of reconciliation—or it could bring them together once and for all…

So What Did I Think Of Dirty scoundrel by jessica clare ?

Story

Intriguing
Fluctuating Interest
Nice Conflict
Steady Emotion

writing

First Person
Dual POV
Smooth
Nice Scenes
Nice Climax
Great Resolution

characters

Cool
Complex
Nicely Developed
Good Balance

romance

Opposites Attract
Insta Connection
Steady Challenge
Good Chemistry
Steamy to Sizzling Connection

Summery

This was a fun, quick read that I ended up really liking. Giving the fact that this is a second chance story, I was very curious to see how much my interest would be pulled and I’m happy that it was. I really enjoyed how the opposites attract angle was flipped and was curious to see how things would play out. Even though I wasn’t a hundred percent sold on the plot the writing style still had a way of engaging me.

The characters really stood out to me being complex and relatable in the struggles that they were going through. I found the romance to be steamy and sizzled a bit with all of the mis-understanding, lies, mis-communication. But the way things were set up was interesting. Overall even though I had some issues, at the end I really liked reading Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare.

3.5 Stars