DIRTIEST LITTLE SECRET is the first of a new line of romances: the Quick and Dirty Collection. Each book is a stand-alone read designed to be a quick, sexy, satisfying read!
She’s his fantasy…
Ava Jennings has spent her life dedicated to her family’s steel business. So when she catches her fiancé engaging in extracurricular activities under his desk with a coworker, Ava fires him on the spot. With her self-esteem at an all-time low, Ava throws caution to the wind and heads to a well-known, wild biker bar. She’s determined to prove she’s capable of the spontaneous, wicked-hot sex her fiancé was searching for outside their relationship. And she finds all that and more in a rugged, edgy motorcycle mechanic, the one man in the bar who eclipses all the others.
He’s her dirtiest little secret…
Isaac Banks doesn’t talk to members of the Steel Warriors motorcycle club about his painful past. All they know is he’s the best bike mechanic in the state, which is exactly how he likes it. Ava doesn’t recognize him as the awkward kid who used to spend Sunday nights at her dinner table with their families, but she’s sure interested in the man she thinks he is now. She’s from the world he left behind, and he knows he should walk away—but it’s impossible to say no to the woman who starred in all his adolescent fantasies. All he wants is one night to get her out of his system. Because there was no way she could live up to his dreams.
But he’s wrong. One night will never be enough.
Dirtiest Little Secret is a quick and dirty read that proves that a rich city girl and a ‘backwoods bike mechanic’ are more than their jobs and the stereotypes their exteriors seem to represent, and while Ava might have went looking for a man who knows how to dirty her up and get her off, Ava’s not the kind of woman that Isaac pegs her to be, and even if they’re not looking for anything more than one night of hot sex, a connection is formed that neither can let go of, even if their worlds seem to be completely opposite.
The intense sexual attraction that Ava and Isaac feel for each other resonates off of the pages, not only when they’re getting down and dirty but also when they’re simply in the same room, mindful of where one another is. Isaac brings Ava into his world and even though it’s one quite a bit different than Ava is used to, she is able to see her new adventures for what they are – time spent with a man who treats her well and stands by her side, never making her feel inferior or unworthy unlike the other men in her life seem to do.
Isaac is quite the enigmatic character; he once was a part of the society that Ava belongs to, so he knows exactly what drives the upper class, and even though he decided to step away from that life and make his own way doing something that makes him happy and helps him stand on his own without his family’s name supporting him, he’s perfectly aware of who he was and why he will never get caught up in that lifestyle again, no matter how much he wants Ava and thinks she only wants a wild night with a bad boy.
Because Ava and Isaac’s story is only a novella, readers may not feel like everything’s resolved when it comes to Ava’s relationship with her parents and Isaac working through his brother’s death. But because they find what they need in one another, even if the world around them doesn’t smoothly transition with this new journey they’re own, it’s okay because both Ava and Isaac have proven themselves to one another and found the best kind of partner when it comes to venturing down a different path than the one they always thought they would be on until something happened that unequivocally changed them and their goals and dreams.
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