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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.
One of my favorites!
I’m a huge fan of Lorelei James’s books and Dirty Deeds is one of my favorites. I’ve read this book more times then I can count. The chemistry between Nathan and Tate is off the charts. The reversal of roles is a funny and refreshing change of pace with a sweet romantic love story wrapped around it.
I would highly recommend this book.
Yes, the title says Dirty...and it is Lorelei James....so is it any wonder how awesome this story is??? Nathan is a bad boy wanting to find romance. Tate is a good girl looking for some hot....well, you know. This is a twist on the usual guy wants girl story. I truly enjoyed watching Nathan try to woo Tate. He tries, he really does, as much as he knows how. And Tate, who has been burned before, just wants to lose herself in a physical relationship, forget the hearts and flowers...
I know this is a re-release of an earlier story and I actually had the first one. Lorelei made several updates and the sweet factor turned a little more into the hot factor. I think this is more in line with her recent books like the Rough Rider series and the Need You series. Readers who follow her from years ago will appreciate the growth and readers who are new to her writing will continue to enjoy it....
Love this updated LJ classic!
I was so excited to hear that Lorelei James was re-releasing Dirty Deeds, one of her earliest published novels. It was a joy to revisit Tate and Nathan's story after all these years. It stands up well because the storyline and characters are timeless. Ms. James has updated a few details that dated it, but a well-written story and well-developed characters always age well. My opinion of the story and the characters remains unchanged--I enjoyed the refresher on these two beloved characters, and I especially appreciated how Ms. James' writing has evolved and grown over the last several years. Although, as Dirty Deeds demonstrates, she started at an exceptionally high level. Her more recent novels show her growth as a writer, her willingness to explore new subjects, as well as her seemingly effortless ability to write exceptionally well in multiple genres. It was fun to go back to this group of characters--I hope I can find the time to read the other related (but standalone) novels sometime soon.