I am continuing the series, Roughneck Billionaires, and reading the third book Dirty Bastard by Jessica Clare, which was enjoyable.
Lexi is a struggling yoga instructor who doesn’t really like people and is very strange but likes it that way. When she meets Knox and his family she will be intrigued immediately by Knox. He alone was strange like her and she wanted to get to know him but was not sure she could let him in all the way into her life.
Knox is a billionaire along with his brothers. He is not the serious brother or the nice one. In a word he is cynical. He likes his pranks which is why he is instantly intrigued by Lexie. She is beyond sarcastic and he loves her strange behavior. She will be the first woman he actually wanted more, he just had to convince her of that.
In the second book you got to read little parts with Lexi and Knox but with their own book you really got to know the characters and they are both a piece of work. So Lexi is super sarcastic and that was shown in the second book but it is intense in the beginning of the book. At first it was a little much but I really came to love Lexi’s character and her sarcastic ways because she was more than that. Knox was a piece of work. He loved his brothers and he loved to torment them. He would steal and play pranks which was very juvenile but really worked out because it brought him closer to Lexi who was juvenile in her own ways.
The added twist with the stalker ex was interesting and it gave a little more danger in the mix.
I am waiting patiently for Gage’s story which I hope will be out soon!
Clay Price has everything he could ever want but what kept him up at nights was the girl who betrayed him seven years ago. He made a plan to get Natalie Weston back and finally into his bed.
Natalie Weston has stopped living her life seven years ago when the love of her life walked away from her. Now he is back and Natalie will be shocked by what he is proposing.
Dirty Scoundrel is the second book to Jessica Clare’s series Roughneck Billionaires. I wondered about this story after I had read the summary. I did not want to read about Clay tricking Natalie into something that would end up hurting both of them. Luckily that was not the case, it started out like that but it turned into more when you got to know Clay’s character. I really enjoyed this story. Clay, like his brother Boone, is crude but there really is a sensitive side to him which comes out when he is around Natalie. She is the only girl he has ever loved. Natalie’s character is a woman who has been working herself to the bone and she keeps giving more. I liked that Natalie did not fall at Clay’s feet when he came back into her life with his ridicules contract.
The father was frustrating. He was a big deal back in Hollywood but now with his dementia he would forget many things and then go back into the past. It wasn’t like he was using his daughter but he did manipulate when he was having a good day. The father got what he wanted in the end which was good for Natalie as he was taken care of in the end.
Boone Price had made it rich along with his brothers thanks to oil, though he doesn’t get the respect that he needs. Boone knows what he needs, class, which he thinks will come from a classy woman. He knew the classy woman would have to be Ivy the moment he saw her.
Ivy Smithfield was a realtor but she was not thriving at her job especially as her bosses took the bigger clients. She will get a chance to make it big with a new client but that client will want more, he wanted her romantically.
Dirty Money is the first book in the series Roughneck Billionaires by Jessica Clare. After finishing the series Billionaire Boys Club and Billionaires & Bridesmaids I was bummed that there were no more billionaires I could read, then Jessica Clare writes this novel. I will have to say that this novel was very entertaining to read, and very different from the smooth billionaires in the other series. It looks like this series will have a story for each brother.
Boone’s character was what you would call trailer trash but then he gets rich. It appeared that being rich didn’t change things for Boone as he acted just the same. I liked that money didn’t change him. He was very brash with his words and very into sex with Ivy. He also did whatever he wanted. After reading about him in this story I wouldn’t change him. Ivy’s character was also considered trailer trash but she was doing everything to change that image. I liked that Ivy fought for her new life, she was a strong woman and kept going. I didn’t like she was hiding who she was especially when Boone told her everything about him.
I can’t wait to read the next book in the series. I don’t know when it will come out but I do know that it will feature Clay thanks to an excerpt at the end of the book.