Series: Dirty Bad #3
on September 19th, 2015
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He calls me his dirty girl.
HeÔÇÖs just a caller, a sex line client, an anonymous pervert like all the others.
Except he isnÔÇÖt.
HeÔÇÖs under my skinÔÇª his voice, his laugh, his twisted fantasies.
He wants to watch me with other men. Lots of other men.
He wants me blindfolded and bound and taken by strangers until IÔÇÖm a used-up mess.
Then he wants to take me himself.
I should hang up, report him to my supervisor.
But I wonÔÇÖt. I canÔÇÖtÔÇª
ÔÇª because I want him, too.
Gemma Taylor was born to be a chatline operator. Her filthy mouth and a filthier imagination make her hot property on sex chat. The hours are great and the moneyÔÇÖs even better. SheÔÇÖs onto a good thing; finding her feet in the big smoke of London with a couple of old school friends.
Until he calls.
The rules of chatline are clear: no personal information, no breaches of confidentiality, and absolutely no other forms of communication of any kind.
So why is she giving him her number? Why the hell is she planning on blindfolding herself and leaving her door unlocked for him?
Gemma TaylorÔÇÖs in deep.
And sheÔÇÖs about to get deeper.
Much, much deeper.
Warning: As with the other Dirties, this book is exactly what the title suggests. A filthy tale of unlikely romance, featuring group sex, bondage, and the usual kind of extremity readers have come to expect from the pen of Jade West. Definitely, definitely 18+. A strong disposition certainly a bonus
Sweet baby Jesus and mother of all that’s holy.
“Dirty Bad Strangers” by Jade West is probably the dirtiest and edgiest book in the “Dirty Bad” series. It’s panty-soaking hot and a guarantee for an on-going lady-boner all throughout the book.
Even more so than in previous books, Jade West proves she doesn’t conform to any norms when it comes to plot, the characters and the sex. And with the edginess she creates in her stories, she adds to the hotness and awesomeness.
Even if this book is out of your comfort zone – as it was for me – it’s still hotter than sin. Kinda like the forbidden fruit. And damn, I’m addicted to it.
It’s clear early on that Jade West doesn’t give a damn for her books to be mainstream or cookie-cutter. If you’re easily offended or into missionary style with lights off and socks still on, this might not be for you. But if you dare to give this book a chance, it’ll turn up the temperature considerably. I’m not even kidding you – it’s that good.
Jade West single-handedly revolutionizes BDSM and erotica romances with heroes who make other book-boyfriends look as vanilla as choir boys and with heroines who aren’t innocent, naive virgins but strong-minded women in tune with their sexuality. Women who like it dirty bad.
What especially impresses me is how dirty this book managed to be. And it was utterly filthy. Yet, it managed to be classy and had a solid story-line that included some angst, drama, sweetness and romance.
It’s a well-rounded story that will leave you throbbing – both your heart and areas further south.
And how could it not with Jason – a hot football star whose tastes are…well…all kinds of dirty. He likes to watch a woman being taken by a number of man at the same time. He likes to have a say and he sure as hell likes to participate.
Good thing for him that he meets Gemma at a sex chatline and that his preferences are exactly her dirty fantasy. She wants many men at the same time, who get to do with her as they please and she doesn’t even know who they are.
This leads to mind-blowing, dirty, totally raw and intense sexual encounters for everyone involved and nearly made me spontaneously combust.
The build-up to her time with all the dirty bad strangers was hot and dirty in itself and if you’re squeamish or blush easily – be prepared to glow red.
The things Jason and Gemma do together – holy crap. I think you should find out for yourself. Be prepared to get your mind blown!
5+ kinky-doesn’t-even-begin-to-describe-this stars.
~Review by Paula