Monday, November 10, 2014

Review: Down and Dirty by Crystal Green

Title: Down and Dirty
Series: Rough And Tumble
Author: Crystal Green
Read copy: eBook
Published: October 28, 2014
Publisher: InterMix
ISBN: 0698161963
ISBN-13: 9780698161962

On the outskirts of Sin City, there’s a rough and tumble saloon where the women who are brave enough to enter can mingle with men that are equally magnetic and dangerous. And in this town, no one’s afraid to get a little dirty...

Billionaire playboy Bennett Hughes’ black sheep reputation is well-earned, but that doesn’t stop him from wanting the respect of his family—even if it means tracking down his brother’s gold-digging one-night-stand to earn it. But when Ben finds his intended target to be the opposite of what he expected, his chance at redemption ends in an accidental quickie marriage.

Despite her history, ex-showgirl Liz Palazzo believes in love at first sight, something she thought she experienced with Ben. Determined to put her party-girl reputation behind her, Liz vows to be the best wife ever—even if her husband seems set on keeping their union a marriage of convenience.

But as the sparks fly and their connection grows, Ben starts to wonder if Liz might be the one person who can make him a better man—or if the former bad girl just wants him for his money...

My rating:

***ARC provided by publisher through NetGalley***

I wanted the book I read for my birthday to be worth reading on my birthday. This one wasn't. I gave up after just a few chapters, because the story simply didn't pull me in. I didn't like the beginning with Ben at the saloon or the two brothers, I didn't like the premise of the black sheep of the family looking for the good brother's one night stand...I just didn't care.


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