From New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today bestselling author Meghan March comes a sexy new spin-off duet from The Dirty Billionaire Trilogy. Are you ready to get dirty again?
Dirty Love is the conclusion of the Dirty Girl Duet, and should be read following Dirty Girl.
Greer Karas has been mine since the first day I saw her.
I walked away because she deserved better than I could offer, but I always planned to come back and stake my claim when the time was right.
But true to form, Greer wasn't willing to wait. She threw down a challenge, and I’m meeting her head-on.
I’m not walking away this time because sometimes you have to fight dirty for love.
Dirty Love may refer to: Dirty Love (film), a 2005 film Dirty Love, a 1989 Italian film "Dirty Love" (song), a 2014 song by Wilkinson "Dirty Love", a song by Frank Zappa from his 1973 album Over-Nite Sensation "Dirty Love", a song by Kesha, featuring Iggy Pop, from her 2012 album Warrior "Dirty Love", a song by Cher Lloyd from her 2014 album Sorry I'm Late "Dirty Love", a song by Motörhead on the B-Side of the Ace of Spades single "Dirty Love", an album by Eddie Clarke, formerly of Motörhead..
Dirty Love by Meghan March is the second and final book in her new spin-off series Dirty Girl Duet. In this wonderfully choreographed conclusion we discover some more family secrets, find out what Cav has been holding back about, and learn that before drinking, Greer should ALWAYS surrender her phone to someone sober. For the sake of "No Spoilers" as this is the conclusion to a two-part series I will just state that the writing is phenomenal (as always), the characters are written in a way that allows you to bond with and care for them, and the little plot twists everywhere that just keep filling in the blanks as the story rolls along are phenomenally well-done. Oh, and the power-play in and out of the bedroom between Cav & Greer - SMOKIN'! Meghan March is definitely a must read author for me. This book has cemented that fact and I am REALLY hoping that Banner's book might be next?! 55
I would like to think that after being so hurt it doesn't take just sex and sweet talk to win back a women after being kidnapped never the less. All these romance out here have to be more believe and give more credit to the women this is bad book. Don't waste your money 15
Dirty Love is the 5th installment in the Dirty series and worth EVERY penny!! You will not be disappointed with ANY of her books. She is an amazing author and one of my absolute favorites. PLEASE for the love of everything good and holy...write faster Meghan lol! Can't wait to see (and voraciously read) what she's coming out with next! 55
A perfect conclusion to another wonderful series! If you thought book one threw you curve balls, well think again because Meghan keeps them coming all the way to the end of Dirty Love! Cav is delicious and I love watching Greer grow through out the books! Also, if your missing Dirty Billionaire, don't fret! They way Meghan ties her series together is incredible! I love going back to the world's she creates! If your looking for a fun, sexy, page turner, well stop searching! The Dirty Girl Duet is a must read! 55
Omg just love this series can't get enough!!! ❤️❤️❤️ 55
Loved the ending to Cav and Greer's story! Everything was wrapped up quite nicely while also leaving room for some of the side characters to have their own. The love scenes are hot, and the story keeps you on the edge of your seat. I also love the mafia tie in. Who wouldn't? Did I mention I need Banner to have a story of her own. Like yesterday. Dirty Genius? Sounds good to me! Or even Windsor, Dirty Hollywood? 55
After the mother of all cliffhanger, bomb that we were left with in Dirty Girl. I could not wait to get my hands on Dirty Love for the conclusion. I was far from disappointed. Seriously could not put it down, I kept freaking out when another bomb from their past was dropped. Cav and Greer are one of the best couples Meghan has written. There was angst, hilarious moments and some really hot, steamy scenes. These two have to go through a lot and understand their past in order to get thier HEA and it was great to read how everything would work. Also, after Dirty Love and getting more of Banner, I can honestly say we all need a best friend like her. Greer and Banners banter had me laughing out loud like a crazy person. I really hope we see more of her in the future. 55
Meghan March does it again! Scorching hot, super sexy, full of angst and love and romance and interfering older brothers, Dirty Love has everything you expected for the conclusion of the Dirty Girl Duet. Our seriously over-sexed couple is paparazzi'd into hiding out in a tropical paradise, where they discover that haven't even begun to slake one another's lust. Or appetite for booze, in Greer's case. It's day and night after uninterrupted day and night of food, alcohol, sex and ... rope? Oh, yeah. Rope. Meghan March does what she does best here. Writes a couple so desperate for one another that they can't keep their hands to themselves! It's such a blast. If you're still reeling from the surprise ending of Dirty Girl, then Dirty Love is gonna answer all your questions. If you haven't read Dirty Girl, then I highly recommend you do. Before reading Dirty Love. It's just better that way. Overall, a satisfying outing from a great and somewhat prolific writer who always delivers. Loved it 55
Dirty Love is even more dirty than Dirty Girl. No complaints here. Dirty Girl left off on a major cliffhanger, which I'm not going to go into. Dirty Love picks up right where the last book left off and the emotion just keeps on rolling. There were a few things about the story I didn't enjoy, so let's get that out of the way first. I seriously hated the way Creighton and Cannon treated Greer. Maybe it's because I'm not an heiress and don't buy into the idea that someone's social media posts have such a huge effect on a company's stock options (doesn't seem to hurt the Kardashians any). Creighton redeemed himself in the end, but it was touch and go for a while. It's not integral to the romance, but it affected my empathy for Greer. I wanted her to stand up for herself more. Cav is still never going to be my book boyfriend. There's a fine line between alpha-male and alpha-hole - he rides it a lot. A lot, a lot. Too much, for my tastes. He's supposed to be a Dominate, but it really didn't come across like that for me - it was more creepy/controlling than sexual domination. He has moments where he's sweet and protective of Greer, which keeps him from being a total alpha-hole. The reason I finished the book, despite those issues, is Meghan is an engaging storyteller and kept my attention. There is a lot going on between Cav and Greer and, as much as I'm not a fan of Cav's, I was on the edge of my seat the entire time, waiting to find out how they worked it out. Meghan's ability to weave emotion and feeling into a story is what saves this duo for me. *I hate myself a little for referencing the Kardashians in any way, shape, or form.* 35
This book is a direct pick up from the cliff you are left on from Dirty Girl. This is a definite duet read so pick up book 1 first before diving in. What did I love about this book? Banner. OMG that girl. Funny as hell. She so deserves her own story to be told. There is an epic Bannerism in chapter 3 about men's underwear in reference to another character. Banner just cracks me up. Cav is definitely on a mission this book. Crey nor Greer are going to get in his way to get his HEA. From book 1, I might have said this duet could standalone. However, there are references to the Dirty Billionaire trilogy that if you are familiar will give closure to those storylines. Necessary? No, Ms March gives you enough in these to not be lost. However, I think reading the entire book series will make you feel complete. The epilogue was exactly what I needed it to be. So what's the hesitation or lack of complete 5 star? This is a great read don't mistake that. If you love Ms. March's writing or a great second chance 'never let you go' story, you will be wanting this on your TBR. Well, I think I'm going to chalk this up to reader preference over author content, if that makes sense. My personal preference is for strong female leads. Which is why I absolutely head over heels for Greer in book 1. Book 2, Greer seems to give too easily into Cav for what I expected of her - so on me not the storyline. 4 out of 5 stars 45