Review: Dirty Together (Dirty Billionaire #3) by Meghan March

Title: Dirty Together
Author:  Meghan March
Publisher/Year:  Meghan March LLC 12/28/15
Length:  174 Pages
Series:  Dirty Billionaire #3


My wife.
I love saying those words.
She’s mine, and if she thinks I’m going to let her run without tracking her down and bringing her back to where she belongs-with me-then she’s about to be introduced to a new reality.
Because I’ll fight dirty to give her the happily ever after she deserves.

My Thoughts

This final installment of the series takes us on a roller coaster that’s genuinely insane. There’s no rhyme or reason about what happens in this third book, and yet our characters some how manage to make lemons into lemonade.

Creighton still has him empire to run, while also trying to be with his wife whom he admits out loud to loving, and shocks the world with this admission. Holly still does everything that she can to pursue her career, and even though she’s the center of Crey’s world, those times that he’s taken away from her make her question things. Add to that some interesting information about his past that she learns from a source that she never knew existed, and well a mess arises. And a mess that has the potential to truly break them up. So she runs.

In this installment, we get to see where Holly grew up and got her start. We get to see a different side of her, and this is the side that she feels she can be herself and not hide a thing. When we reunites with a guy from her past, the boy that she could never have hoped to have, yet one who shows her courtesies etc., well Crey has reason to worry.

If that weren’t enough, Holly’s mom shows up, and we’re faced with the repercussions of trusting too much too soon. and she gets burned.

It wouldn’t be a robust story though if Holly had all the drama. In this story we get to the bottom of why Crey’s uncle hates him so much and why he’s out to ruin Crey’s career. It’s something that we never even thought about – a twist, and well that’s something to add quite the dynamic. You have to spend the back third wrapping your head around what’s going on here to really be able to complete this story.

We have a story of lust that turns into love, that turns into fear, frustration and a realization that life can’t go on without the other. There are circumstances that continue to make their dreams come true and we’ll have to see what sacrifices can be made and if they are enough. I hope you guys check this final installment out and Enjoy!

Review: Dirty Billionaire (Dirty Billionaire #1) by Meghan March

Title: Dirty Billionaire
Author:  Meghan March
Publisher/Year:  Meghan March LLC 12/1/15
Length:  204 Pages
Series:  Dirty Billionaire #1


I’ve got a big dick and an even bigger bank account. That’s pretty much where my bio ends.
Honestly, I don’t need to say anything else. I’ve just sold 99% of women on going home with me.
Do I sound like an asshole to you?
That’s because I am.
And guess what? It works for me just fine.
Or at least it did.
Until I met her.
Books talk about sparks flying. Fuck that shit. With her, it was like emergency flares mixed with jet fuel. Or maybe just straight up napalm.
Only one problem.
She wouldn’t tell me her name or her number when she disappeared from the hotel room after the hottest fucking night of my life.
Now I’ve had a taste of unicorn pussy-the sweetest, rarest of all pussy-and I need it again.
So what’s an asshole to do?
I took this problem to the street. A missed connection gone viral.
And when I find her? I’m keeping her.

My Thoughts

The one thing that i can say which you could also assume from the intro is that you can’t be shy about the naughty dirty talk to read this story. we’re accustomed to dominating men who think that part of the intrigue is the way that they are able to control their partner with language, but in this case, i think that our leading man Creighton is just a man who cuts to the chase always.

This first installment of the series takes us on a bit of a bumpy start, watching Holly our leading lady struggle to make something of herself. As is the case in all these stories, her past is a troubled one where she was raised by a mother who doesn’t know who her father is, she was poor, handed off to her grandmother and well, now she’s made her own name. In this instance, it’s through an American Idol like show where she’s able to showcase her talent for country singing, and she’s not trying to find where she lives in that world. Her label coerces her into a relationship with an established country star, which in theory is great but he’s not exactly what he seems to be, and as a result, she’s miserable, and she’s the laughing stock of the industry, and luckily she finds herself befriended by a Faith Hill like object where she’s able to find some pease. With this woman, Tana, she discovers a powerful man who’s none other than our leading man, but when she finds him, it’s in a magazine talking about his ‘take no prisoners’ approach to everything.

This is where Creighton enters our story. He’s a very successful businessman and a man who gets everything that he wants. It’s nice to see that he’s bored by that, and because of that boredom, we see his path cross with Hollys. For a night that neither can forget and a night that Holly runs from in the hopes of never repeating. When Creighton determines that he wants her, he takes an interesting approach by propositioning her publicly with marriage, which actually gets her out of a bind of her own.

From this point on, we see how impossible it is to merge New York with wrong side of the tracks Kentucky and all we want is to see these two happy. What’s nice about how these characters are written is that Creighton isn’t afraid to admit to himself what Holly means to him, how it’s more than he imagined, where we often see the man afraid to admit that there’s anything more than sex. Holly on the other hand has trouble trusting, and she’s compromising a lot, but will not compromise her career, which of course becomes a challenge for these two.

It’s the one thing that Creighton can’t control, and he’s a man who needs control. What’s great about how our great author Meghan March writes this story is that we get to see trade offs, but we get to see the submission in bed as a result. The heat between these two is beyond hot, and while i don’t know that i can say there’s passion yet, there’s chemistry that beats any porn that you could read or watch. It’s hot and edgy, bordering on BDSM but really just about control.

We’re left on the edge of our seat when they aren’t respecting the needs of each other and there’s a line that’s crossed that has major implications. Someone’s not answering their phone, someone has a professional decision to make, and we don’t know what this means for their future. So, what that means for me is that i need to dive right into book 2 and see what happens next. Enjoy!