Dirty Bastard

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!

Come Home to Me

Come Home to Me (Whiskey Creek, #6)Presley Christensen was back to Whiskey Creek with her two year old son to make a life for herself. She was apphrensive about coming back but knew that Aaron would be moving away except it wasn’t fast enough as they will start to fall back into bed.

Aaron Amos wanted to apologize to Presley since he disappointed her two years ago but every time he tried he made it worst. What made it worse was he started to feel jealous when she looked to be going with a steady guy. Aaron wanted her and was finding that he might want more.

Come Home to Me is the sixth book to Whiskey Creek series by Brenda Novak. Once again the writing was well done and you fall into the story very fast with these characters you have come to know. I really did like this book but if I compare it all the others I would say this is the lower one on the list.

This book was Presley and Aaron’s second chance but you wouldn’t know it thanks to how Presley reacted to him. It is understanding as she turned to him in her time of need and brushed her off. There was never love there on Aaron’s part, just a good time. That of course will change as Aaron has changed, but that doesn’t get them together. It does get them in bed but it will take more than that for Presley to give Aaron a chance and for Aaron to realize that she is everything he wanted.

Their story was a love story of trial and errors but their story wasn’t the only one being told. Brenda Novak is back with Chey and Dylan. They want a baby badly and Chey wants to give her husband a baby at any cost, so she ask Aaron to be a sperm donor. What I thought was stupid was the whole idea as it was going behind Dylan’s back. It would have been probably okay if Dylan knew upfront because all of this will blow up in their faces later on in the series. It is also underhanded which I didn’t like and it seemed like something that Chey’s character wouldn’t do, at least to me. So for that reason I wasn’t too thrilled with that part in the book even though the writing was well done like all the books she writes. I will be reading the next book which happens to be all about Eve when that comes out later in October of this year so I wouldn’t have to wait long.