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by Ivy Asher & Raven Kennedy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Stand alone, Fast Burn Dystopian RH
Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited
Down and Dirty
A Fast Burn thrill ride worth your time.
What is it about?
(Blurb from GoodReads)
We were Army Rangers, the best of the best.
And then one day, everything that we worked so hard to become was ripped away.
Now, we’re in some podunk town, trying to find a sense of normal amongst the crazy, and learn how to live again.
That gets a hell of a lot harder to do when a virus spreads mercilessly across the country, killing 85% of the people who contract it.
In the midst of the panic, we’re tasked with one last rescue mission.
It’s just our luck that the fool we’re rescuing doesn’t believe that the world as we know it is actually ending.
Looks like the apocalypse is about to get real interesting.
This is a stand-alone Reverse Harem Romance. This book is intended for readers who are 18+ due to strong language and graphic sexual content.
This book is everything you think it’s going to be and nothing like it at the same time. Fast burn and downright hilarious, it somehow conveys a feeling of danger while sparking heat from beginning to end. Remi and the guys just work, even while the world burns – and it’s perfect, lol!
First Person, Multiple POV
NC-17 and up
- Can an end of the world boom be feel good?
- For that matter, can s book this hot be feel good? Why yes, yes it can.
- A FMC who knows her sexuality and OWNS it!!
- Seriously, women’s lib all the way. She’s inspiring.
- The guys are bumbling yet Alpha, it’s adorable.
- You’ll laugh.
- I wanted more emotional build up, but it’s not that kind of book.
This was a great stand-alone, fast paced and fast burn – and it will make you laugh right out loud. Definitely worth picking up.
Published April 1st, 2019
Please note, this is a Reverse Harem Novel with intense sexual themes and scenes more suited to adult audiences. 18+
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