Review & Giveaway – Dirty Deeds by Lorelei James

Lorelei is giving away a copy of Dirty Deeds to one lucky commenter!

Combustible! Miss James writing never fails to captivate me. ~ Angeline, Guilty Pleasures 

Sometimes to play dirty, you gotta dig deep…

Landscaper Nathan LeBeau knows exactly how to use his big equipment to make the earth move. The Native American bad-boy has a reputation for getting filthy—in and out of the bedroom.

So when good-girl Tate Cross needs dirt work done, she hires the wickedly hot and surprisingly intuitive Nathan—secretly hoping she’ll get more than just her flowerbeds plowed.

Smart and sexy Tate is exactly the type of woman Nathan’s been looking for. But he wants more than another fling, so he digs in his heels to prove to Miss-I-Don’t-Need-Romance that taking things slow will lead them to something real.

But Tate isn’t interested in being romanced—even when Nathan’s sweet and charming ways are hard to resist. She’ll use every tool at her disposal to convince the former player to play with her and that getting down and dirty together is as real as it gets.

This book has been previously published. Over 2600 revisions have been made to the book

Warning: A reformed bad boy who wants a taste of real love, and a good girl who wants just one taste of the wild side—and she’s willing to drive a hard bargain to get what she wants.


Review copy provided with no expectations

Dirty Deeds was the first book I read by Lorelei James many years ago. It was at that time, I started my love affair with Ms. James’ books.

A sexy standalone, Dirty Deeds has been re-released. Although the book has been revised with a few updates and new cover, the story is still the same. I enjoyed Dirty Deeds as much as I did the first time I read it.

Nathan is tired of the no-strings sex; he wants real romance. Tate is getting over a bad relationship and isn’t looking for love. Brought together under different circumstances and an agreement to trade their services, Nathan and Tate forge their way unconventionally. What happens when these two finally come together? You need to read to find out. I will tell you – it’s combustible!

Theirs is a love story that touches on being an interracial couple. While they do deal with some racial moments, that’s not what this story is about. It’s about honestly falling in love when you least expect it and loving the person they are for themselves.

Miss James writing never fails to captivate me. She writes some of the sexiest scenes I’ve ever read. Dirty Deeds is no exception. You won’t be disappointed.

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Do you believe opposites attract and can build a successful long term relationship?

Provide your answer in comments, one lucky commenter will win a copy of Dirty Deeds. Winner will be selected 1/16/17.

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12 thoughts on “Review & Giveaway – Dirty Deeds by Lorelei James

  1. I believe that opposites do attract and as long as both are willing and able to work together a long successful relationship can work.

  2. Absolutely!!! Makes for an exciting relationship and opens you up to new experiences.

  3. I believe that opposites can attract. How can you get bored with each other when you have so much to talk about?

  4. I do believe that opposites can attract but like any other relationship work & compromise are required to make things work & last.

  5. Yes, I believe opposites can attract & build a lasting relationship ☺️ As long as they work together and strengthen their bond 😊 Thank you for the chance ☺️ Lorelei James is an awesome storyteller 😊

  6. I do. As long as you learn to compromise and appreciate the differences, you can make it work long term.

  7. I read it years ago as well and read the new version recently, really enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing your thoughts Angeline

  8. totally. As long as each person is accepting of their differences and willing to compromise, the sky’s the limit 🙂 thanks for sharing!

  9. My husband and I are proof that opposites attract and can last long term. We started dating over 20 years ago and have been married for 16.

  10. I absolutely believe the opposites attract can happen and can ultimately be a long-term thing, but I do also believe that the couple needs to have in common some shared values and commitments to each other and the relationship 🙂 Always a fun trope to read for sure!

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