Tuesday, March 10, 2020

#ARCREVIEW: Down and Dirty (Hot Jocks #5) By Kendall Ryan

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Down and Dirty By Kendall Ryan
Release Date: March 10th, 2020
Format: egalley*
My Rating: ★ 1/2
GoodReads ★ Amazon B&N

From New York Times bestseller Kendall Ryan comes a delicious new standalone romance featuring an accidental Vegas wedding and a totally perfect alpha hero.

Remember that time you accidentally woke up in Vegas married to your hot younger guy friend?

That’s basically my life right now.

Mistakes were made, okay?

He's too young for me. Twenty-three to my thirty. And he's saving himself for the right girl.

Yup. Apparently I've married the last alpha-male virgin on the planet. And my stubborn, oddly traditional, new husband doesn’t want a divorce.

He wants me.

Complicated doesn't even begin to cover it.

Down and Dirty is a sexy romp with a hero you'll melt for and a relatable, sassy heroine you'll love. If you’re a fan of steamy romances with laugh out loud moments, grab yourself a copy– you won’t regret it!

I was a little "meh" on the fourth book in this series. It was fine, but it didn't really pull me in, so I was really excited to read this one and have a different reaction. I really enjoyed this one a lot! I love a good "oops we got married in Vegas story". So I was all in on this one.

I love an older woman, younger man, so this one was fun. Although, I don't think the age difference comes into play too much. I was kind of okay with that though. I did understand Aubree's hesitation to continue their marriage, it was kind of a weird situation.

I do love a virgin hero, and I think this one was handled pretty well. It was a little unrealistic to think he was completely innocent, so I was glad that wasn't the case. I just wasn't sure I got a clear answer why he chose to do that. It also kind of made me think about the concept of virginity and how I rather we just forget about it altogether. (This is not a critique on the book, but rather the social concept of virginity. The book just made me think about that.)

Aubree makes some mistakes in this book, and I really just wanted to shake her over it. The book does have an HEA, so never fear, but I just wanted the heroine to not make bad choices.

I enjoyed this one a lot, and the next one was setup in this one, so I'm excited to read that one too.

*I received a review copy of this book from the author. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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