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Released: October 13, 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
“The sexual sparks were flying from their first interaction and I was just hooked.” ~ Under the Covers
DIRTY DEEDS has everything I always expect in a Lorelei James novel. Lovable characters that you come to care for as the book progresses, and you feel an immediate connection to. A sense of family. And lots of sexiness.
Tate Cross comes to Spearfish to settle her aunt’s estate and sell her house. However she runs into some issues with renovations to the house before she’s able to sell. And as she doesn’t have the money to afford the renovations, she comes up with creative arrangements to pay for the work she needs done. Especially when it comes to her landscaping. Nathan LeBeau is the perfect guy for the job!
Nathan is also tasked with helping Tate get a little wild in her otherwise boring sex life. For an arrangement that they both thought would be forced or not as enjoyable when it first came up, their chemistry showed strong from the get go. The sexual sparks were flying from their first interaction and I was just hooked.
DIRTY DEEDS is the type of sexy and feel good book you don’t want to put down. Even though I think we could’ve gone a little deeper into how much prejudice, of his Native American background and his “dirty” job, has affected Nathan. And even some of Tate’s background and the things that have made her tick in the past, including her family and her career. But even without all that backstory fully developed you still got the a good feel for who they were and how good they could compliment each other. In and out of the bedroom.
As a fan of the author, I’m glad I was able to get a look at an older title that I otherwise might’ve not gone back to look at.
*ARC provided by publisher
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