ARC Review: Dirty by Logan Belle

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ARC Review: Dirty by Logan Belle
Book Info

Released: May 20, 2013
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Series: Miss Chatterley #2
Pages: 80

“Ms. Belle knows how to end a part with a hook that will leave you running to grab the next part.” ~Under the Covers

Things are heating up in Silicone Valley!  After the big cliffhanger from the first part, where we found that Connie finally gave in to her needs, at least physical ones, we now deal with the sort of aftermath of that first encounter.

Cheating is always a touchy subject for me, but the author does a great job at making you feel like Connie.  She gave up her whole life to follow her boyfriend’s dream, moved to a new city for him and now he kind of left her stranded and unattended.  All things that will put a strain on any relationship.

Even though Connie’s mind wants to struggle and stop the affair, her physical attraction to Mellors is too great and they are sure to heat up the pages of this part with raw passion and lust.  This might be the part where I am just as confused as to what I want the outcome of this story be as Connie probably is.

All the while we have the side stories.  I love being able to glimpse this story from different perspectives.  Not just the heroine and the hero, but also the ever nosy personal assistant that wants nothing more than to get rid of Connie.

As always, Ms. Belle knows how to end a part with a hook that will leave you running to grab the next part.  Good thing there are only 4 parts so only one more cliffhanger in my future.

*ARC provided by publisher

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  1. O.M.G. I’ve never heard of this series but I’m off to shop. I don’t like cheating either but some authors can write it and it doesn’t bother me as much.


  2. I’m not a fan of serials at all but I’m intrigued by this one-thanks for the review Francesca!

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