June 5, 2018 2 min to read
Review: Dirty Exes by Rachel Van Dyken
Category : Reviews
Blaire has never quite gotten over Jessie Beckett, the ex–NFL star whose kisses were hot enough to ignite the entire Eastern Seaboard. When he chose work over her, Blaire was left brokenhearted. Why else would she have married a skeezy two-timer, just to divorce him less than a year later?
Now Blaire is getting even by becoming one half of Dirty Exes, a PI firm fully committed to humiliating cheating jerks. If only the new jerk she’s been hired to uncover wasn’t Jessie Beckett himself.
Exposing Jessie isn’t going to be easy, especially when she still daydreams about his sexy smile. Further complicating matters is Colin, Jessie’s best friend. He’s gorgeous, a little bit cunning, and willing to help Blaire get the inside scoop on Jessie—for a price.
Now caught between two men—one totally right and the other totally wrong—Blaire will need to decide just how much she’s willing to risk…and whom she’s willing to risk it for.
Part of a Series: Book 1 of 2 in the Liars, Inc Series
POV: Blair, Jesse, Colin
Steam Level: Slow burn
Dirty Exes is the first book I’ve read by Rachel Van Dyken. I’ve heard good things about her work and Dirty Exes proved these correct. I thought that Dirty Exes was going to go one way, then another, then another. I wasn’t quite sure how it was would play out in any decent way. Turns out Rachel Van Dyken surprised me a very pleasant way. Dirty Exes is definitely not what I expected and it kept on surprising. I definitely will be picking up more of Rachel Van Dyken’s books.
I received an advanced copy of this book for free. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- Apparently, yelling at people was frowned upon in society. Who knew?
- “Clear alcohol looks like water.” “Okay….So?” “So water has no calories, neither should vodka.” “Thought we were talking about wine.” “Oh, well , that’s a fruit. Fruit doesn’t count either.”
- You can’t put someone in a box and not expect them to claw their way out, no matter how long it takes, how bad it hurs. You fucking climb. You survive.
- If everything looks good, it must be good.
- Don’t ever apologize for eye-fucking. It’s rude.
- He had good attributes. He just needed to stop being an ass.
- Race, financial status, sex – love refused to hold prejudice, didn’t it? It struck foolishly, carelessly, and without apology.
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