About the Book
Type Dirty to Me
by Roxanne D. Howard
GENRE: Contemporary romance, Erotic Romance, Chic Lit, Multicultural
When hot actor Brem Lockwood enters her life, Madelyn has a choice—stay safe with an online fling or risk her heart for a chance at real love.
Divorcee Madelyn Stacilli has baggage deeper than the Grand Canyon, and her move to New Haven to start a new life is the perfect change she needs. When vicious gossip stunts her plans to open her own business, she can’t confide in anyone around her. But online, beneath the blanket of anonymity, she can let loose and find comfort with the mysterious Easton216. Their natural, open relationship is a breath of fresh air.
When British A-list actor Bremond Lockwood rents the house beside her to escape an intense media spotlight and malicious past, he charges headlong into her life. Madelyn grows torn between her steady, emotional online connection and a fiery affair with a Hollywood star. Brem’s intense passion ignites the embers of her sexuality from a long slumber, making her burn hotter than the sun.
Should she stay safe with her online love or risk her heart with the man in front of her? The road to recovery just got a whole lot more complicated.
My rating: 5 Stars
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
This book right here is the reason why I love partaking in review tours and running this blog. I would never ever have picked this for myself, or even heard of this author if it wasn’t for this wonderful world of book blogging.
I loved this book. From the first chapter where Madelyn is celebrating her freedom, through out the entire book where she finds herself again, learns to be her own woman while at the same time exploring a relationship with not only her mystery online man, but also with the super sexy actor Brem.
Gotta admit though – I did see the plot twist coming from a mile away, but that was mostly because I would not have accepted anything less.
I was a big fan of both the charactors Eason as well as Brem. Both men gave something to Madelyn that she really needed at that point in her life. And I really adored that Madelyn could stand on her own two feet. Really loved her relationship with her son as well.
As I said – great read from the beginning to the end.
About the Author
Roxanne D. Howard is a U.S. Army veteran who has a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and English. She loves to read poetry, classical literature, and Stephen King. Roxanne resides in the western U.S., and when she’s not writing, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children. Roxanne loves to hear from her readers, and encourages you to contact her via her website and social media.