Review of Dirty Like Jude (Dirty #5) by Jaine Diamond

“Did I suck out all your power?”

 

Genre: Contemporary Romance, Rock Star Romance

Length: 371 Pages

POV: Alternation First Person

Description:

He was her first true love…
And the worst mistake she ever made.

There’s always been a spark between Jude Grayson and Roni “Wild Card” Webber.

Unfortunately, whenever it ignites… it explodes.

And they both get burned.

As head of security for Dirty—his best friend’s rock band—and a member of the West Coast Kings motorcycle club, Jude had a choice to make, long ago. Loyalty or love. Brotherhood or her.

But now the woman he left behind is suddenly everywhere he turns.

Problem is, Roni’s still got a wild side—and another biker for a boyfriend.

… And Jude’s got a fire for her that just won’t die.

Roni and Jude are about to play a dangerous game.
A game they’ve never known how to win…
and their hearts can’t afford to lose. 

Dirty Like Jude is the fifth full-length novel in the Dirty series—a rockstar romance series about the members of the rock band Dirty and the women and men who love them.

Novels in the Dirty series are interconnected standalones, each with an HEA; other books (novella/story collection) are not HEA, but are essential pieces of the overall story arcs. (There are ongoing storylines that develop throughout the series; reading them in order is not crucial but is HIGHLY recommended.)

Reading order:
Dirty Like Me (Dirty #1)
Dirty Like Us (Dirty #0.5) (novella)
Dirty Like Brody (Dirty #2)
A Dirty Wedding Night (Dirty #2.5)(story collection)
Dirty Like Seth (Dirty #3)
Dirty Like Dylan (Dirty #4)
Dirty Like Jude (Dirty #5)
Dirty Like Zane (Dirty #6)

Jennifer’s Review:

*I received an ARC of this book free from the author.*

There’s always been tension between Jude and Roni wove throughout the other Dirty books, there’s even been intense moments of heat, but in Dirty Like Jude you get their entire back story. Both of them wanting more, but obstacles kept keeping them apart. Until now.

Roni “Wild Card” had a sexual bucket list when she was younger and in her naïve mind there was nothing wrong with it…until it cost her the one guy she would have given it up for.

Jude found himself looking out for Roni and then actually liking hanging out with her. He even started falling for her, but then she went and did something stupid like sleep with his brother and that ended it for him. He chose to walk away and kept her at a distance throughout the years, no matter how much it hurt to do so.

Sometimes you can’t judge a book by its cover just like everyone automatically did Roni. She had a lot going on in her life to make her the person she was, and deep down Jude knew that. He just chose to use it as an excuse to keep away from her.

“Does my lack of bra offend you”

“Long as you don’t mind me staring, darlin’, I don’t mind your clothes comin’ off.”

A wedding changed that.

No matter how much he shouldn’t, he still wanted her, and even if it was just for sex he was going to have her. Only one thing they both didn’t think about…when you secretly are in love with someone sex isn’t going to make that go away. It’s going to make it stronger.

“Sweetheart,” he whispered against my lips, “I go down on that sweet pussy you’ve got and I’m gonna come in my pants.”

Dirty Like Jude is another fantastic book in the Dirty series. It has a little biker drama, an ex who is driven from the picture, a mother who shouldn’t be aloud anywhere near bikers or rock stars, two fully stubborn people, and a whole lot of fiery passion.

Oh and Dirty Like Zane is next…about damn time! We got a small taste in Dirty Like Us, but I cannot wait for more!

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Review of Dirty Like Jude (Dirty #5) by Jaine Diamond

  1. Stan Hines

     I didn’t notice how many hearts this one got it wasn’t on my page? Did you forget to put that on there

    Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android

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