Okay, this review is a genre that I don't reach for it that often but when I do? I want something done right, do you know what I mean? And this book was done really, really well...the story sucked me in and yes there is sexy time and the main man is freaking hot (holly hot tamales lol) but what I liked about the book is that it had a story to tell and that kind of book is what I like. Let's get to the review:
Dirty Aristocrat by Georgia Le Carre
Lord Ivan de Greystoke is a bad boy in every single way. He has set his eyes on Tawny St John, the one woman who stirs possessiveness and desire in him.
She is nineteen, blonde, beautiful and married to Robert Maxwell. Which makes her a gold digger and his freaking stepmother. She has been totally unavailable to him, that is until now.
The old man is dead, she is the heir of a hundred million fortune, and Ivan is the executor of her trust. But things are not as easy as it sounds. All his stepsisters and stepbrothers feel robbed and are of opinion that Tawny should join her late husband asap. At first he has no clue what to do, but then he comes up with the perfect solution, a fake marriage...to him.
Tawny doesn't know what to make of anything and anyone. Everyone thinks she is a gold digger, even Ivan, the one man she cannot stop think about it. But they don't know the whole story.
Tawny has a secret, it is a huge, huge secret, one that will blow their minds if they ever found out, but she isn't telling...never.
OMG, this book, it will engage you from the beginning. First of all, you want to find out what Tawny's secret is and then you want her to tell Ivan the secret because you want them to be together. But then you don't know if Tawny should trust Ivan, because you are not even sure is Ivan is to be trusted. AH, this book had so many twists and turns but it was sooo good. I wanted it to end but at the same it I didn't. I really, really enjoyed. Be prepared because there is lots of spice in it, Ivan is hot and he loves sex and he isn't afraid of showing it. Tawny? Poor Tawny, she has lots of learn...
Totally recommend this book, final words? I gave it a 4 out of 5 stars.