Real Dirty AMAZONI have everything a guy could want—a new single burning up the charts, more money than a simple country boy could spend, and a woman I’m planning to marry.

Until she doesn’t show up for my proposal.

The life I thought was so perfect, isn’t.

The guy who thought he had everything, doesn’t.

I’ve got my heart on lockdown, but life sends me straight into the path of a mouthy bartender who puts me in my place.

Now the only place I want to put her is under me.

I thought I was done with love, but maybe I’m just getting started.

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Meghan March continues to dominate my reading schedule, quite simply because she crafts highly entertaining, steamy, and kickass stories AND because her heroes are the perfect blend of filthy and sweet, dictating their lives on their own terms, not caring one iota about those who question who they’re with or what they do with their time.

And BOY DO readers HIT paydirt with March’s newest alpha, Boone Thrasher.

Boone Thrasher may be country music’s “reigning bad-boy superstar,” but to anyone who truly knows him, his drive to succeed, his straight shooting character, and his need to do things his way are what make Boone so much more than his hit singles and platinum albums. And, even though he’s crass and bold and a bit off-kilter at times, it’s what makes him an atypical celebrity – one who doesn’t seem to fit the dishonest and cheating stereotype, which is exactly why Ripley Fischer willingly goes against her anti-celebrity rule and finds herself falling for a man who’s part of the world she hates…part of the culture that destroyed her family and tarnished the memories of her mother, which are the only thing she has left.

Ripley Fischer is my favorite kind of heroine because she’s one heck of a spitfire with a heart of gold, which allows her to give as good as she gets, but it also puts her in situations where people take advantage of her kindness and need for family and end up hurting her in irreparable ways. But one thing readers learn early on in the story is that she’s a survivor and she works her ass off to keep her family’s bar afloat and take care of her father, even though he’s a bastard to her and can’t see all she’s done to help him.

There’s an undeniable connection between Boone and Ripley right from the start and even though Ripley tries her best to stay away from Boone and all of his manly goodness, the pull to him is too great and his tenacious pursuit is too strong to deny, but when she’s thrust into the limelight and treated in despicable ways by the media, everything becomes too much to handle, so going into book two, it’s unclear where Boone and Ripley’s relationship is headed, especially when there are people in the background who refuse to allow Boone and Ripley to have their celebrity happy ending and will stop at nothing to destroy anything that’s real between them.

4.5 Poison Apples

Real Sexy AMAZONIn Nashville, country stars are a dime a dozen.

I swore I’d never get caught up with one, but Boone Thrasher made a liar out of me.

I said I’d never put my heart on the line, but he didn’t ask before he stole it.

Now we’re facing my worst fears, and we’ll see if this country boy is tough enough to see it through.

Girls like me don’t get happily ever afters… but maybe he’ll prove that wrong too.


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About the Author

Meghan March has been known to wear camo face paint and tromp around in woods wearing mud-covered boots, all while sporting a perfect manicure. She’s also impulsive, easily entertained, and absolutely unapologetic about the fact that she loves to read and write smut. Her past lives include slinging auto parts, selling lingerie, making custom jewelry, and practicing corporate law. Writing books about dirty talking alpha males and the strong, sassy women who bring them to their knees is by far the most fabulous job she’s ever had. She loves hearing from her readers at


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