Dirty Rowdy Thing

Published: Simon & Schuster Gallery (Nov 4, 2014)

Category: Adult (Erotic Romance)

Series: Wild Seasons

The New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful BastardBeautiful Stranger, and Beautiful Player starts a brand new story of friends, love, and lust with Book Two of the Wild Seasons series.
Despite their rowdy hookups, Harlow and Finn don’t even like each other . . . which would explain why their marriage lasted only twelve hours. He needs to be in charge and takes whatever he wants. She lives by the Want-something-done? Do-it-yourself mantra. Maybe she’s too similar to the rugged fisherman—or just what he needs.


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“The pseudonymous writing duo behind Beautiful Bastard (2013) continues the Wild Seasons series with a sequel that is both dirty and rowdy. After a quickie wedding in Vegas, Finn Roberts and Harlow Vega have gone their separate ways despite the explosive chemistry they shared. While Finn struggles to keep his family’s Vancouver fishing business afloat, rich girl Harlow is paying her dues as an intern at NBC’s San Diego headquarters. Neither of them is ready for anything serious, but when a friend’s comic-book store opening brings Finn to Harlow’s neighborhood, they can’t deny their lingering feelings for long. Many love scenes later (most involving Finn tying Harlow up with rope), they learn that communication is the foundation of a good relationship when Finn discovers that Harlow’s mother has cancer and Harlow learns that Finn may have to star in a reality series to save his company. In addition to casual sex, the two distract themselves from more serious life issues with authentic regional fun involving comic books and craft beers with their friends, who make for hilarious secondary characters. Fans will appreciate that Mia and Ansel, who were the focus of Book 1, are still together when they all meet up at the grand opening. In a story that is easily devoured in one sitting, the details are sparse but spot-on—“Apparently there are a lot of nerds in San Diego,” notes Finn—and witty dialogue carries the plot swiftly to a happy ending. ”


“Lauren has mastered writing delectable heroes and strong-willed heroines to match”

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