But Jess isn’t willing to get hurt again . . . no matter how persuasive, how determined, how deliciously possessive her new roommates are.
Down and Dirty, an all-new slow burn sexy heroes romance and the first book in the Italian Stallion Series from New York Times bestselling author Mari Carr is available now!
What happens when a down-on-her-luck single mom meets not one, but two sexy saviors? Roommates with twice the benefits.
Jess has one goal in life—protect her son. But when an overcrowded shelter puts her and Jasper out on the street in the dead of winter, she fears she’s going to fail that mission. Help comes in the form of confirmed bachelors, Tony Moretti and Dr. Rhys Beaumont.
Tony and Rhys share the same motto—work hard, play harder. But when fate drops a homeless waitress and her young son on their doorstep, their wild and free lifestyle takes a sharp turn. Their desire to help her is only surpassed by their desire to claim her, share her, make her theirs.
When Tony and Rhys offer Jess a place to stay and security, there’s no denying the chemistry between the three of them. All she has to do is let them in. But Jess isn’t willing to get hurt again . . . no matter how persuasive, how determined, how deliciously possessive her new roommates are.
Fall in love with Tony and Rhys!
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About Mari Carr
Virginia native Mari Carr is a New York Times and USA Today bestseller of contemporary romance novels. With over one million copies of her books sold, Mari was the winner of the Romance Writers of America’s Passionate Plume award for her novella, Erotic Research. She has over a hundred published works, including her popular Wild Irish and Compass books, along with the Trinity Masters series she writes with Lila Dubois.
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I was intrigued by the blurb.
Maybe I was assuming a little about some things but I really enjoyed the development and also how the main characters explored their feelings and desires.
The heroine, Jess, had endured a lot through her life. Trying to provide the best for her son with her own means, struggling every day. When she met the two men who naturally helped and offered to stay at their place without nothing in return, it was going to disturb her busy and planned life.
Rhys and Tony were busy with their careers, not looking to settle down but from the moment they met Jess, it awoke a strong desire to protect her and her son. Something primal and powerful.
Jess was definitely not a damsel in distress and they had to tread it very carefully if they didn’t want to scare her off.
That young woman definitely had some sass, stubborn and not afraid to speak her mind. The alpha guys with their big hearts and overprotectiveness were making her feel too much and her son was already won over.
The chemistry between them was great. Steamy and intense for sure. Things escalated pretty quickly and they managed to make it work in their own way. Tony and Rhys’ families welcomed Jess and her son warmly, protective and caring as well.
However I felt like the end was rushed and I wished for more development at that moment.
An enemies to lovers story full of energy, funny and entertaining.
When in Rome, like breathing fresh air, watching students on a trip in the summer, stands Noah and Audrey. Two characters who seem to love to hate each other, to our greater pleasure!
I laughed so hard with these two, arguing and throwing punchlines in such a natural way. Ridiculously hilarious all the time.
When these two accepted to be the two chaperones for this trip, you can sense a war coming… everything is a matter of debate filled a strong sexual tension.
I was completely on board with this story.
Noah and Audrey have an amazing chemistry, entertaining back and forth, plenty of sparks.
They both knew how to push each other’s buttons until they reached their limits and this time all bets were off.
I had a good time reading their story, full of surprises. I adored watching them fight with passion, acting sometimes like kids and loving each other ever more! Easy going and fun!