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Dirty Talk by Lauren Landish Review

Title: Dirty Talk

Author: Lauren Landish

First published December 26, 2017

300 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 3.97


When I first heard his voice, I knew I was in trouble. Blake “The Dirty Talker” Daniels hosts a popular radio show where he gives advice on all things sex and relationships.

But when he starts giving me personal attention, I can’t help but be drawn in. The things he says to me are daring, demanding, and oh so sexy.

We may have started things off backwards, with sex before getting to know each other, but I can feel myself starting to let my guard down. When he worships my body, I feel beautiful and hopeful.

But can something so naughty be good for me? Is it possible for this to last?

I’m not sure, but I know one thing for sure – Blake makes dirty sound so good and so right.

About the Author

Meet Lauren Landish, a bestselling author whose books have captured the hearts of countless readers. When she’s not brainstorming about the next swoon-worthy book boyfriend, you can find her engrossed in her writing, typing away furiously in her private writing sanctuary.

Her scenes are so steamy, they’d make even the most seasoned sailor blush.

Lauren currently resides in North Carolina with her significant other and furry companion. She extends a warm invitation to all to explore her worlds of rock-hard abs, charming smiles, and wealthy men.

But beware, once you start reading her stories, you’ll be hooked and craving more!

For more information, visit Lauren’s website and join her mailing list. You can also connect with her on Facebook and follow her on Twitter.

Editoral Review

Dirty Talk by Lauren Landish is a steamy contemporary romance novel first published in December 2017. Landish is a bestselling author who is well known for her sizzling romance novels.

Dirty Talk is a standalone novel within the Dirty series. The book follows the story of Aria, a young woman who has been dealt a bad hand in life but is working hard to change her circumstances.

Aria has spent years taking care of her sick mother and working multiple jobs to make ends meet. When she lands a coveted job at a tech company, she meets Liam, the CEO of the company, and the chemistry between them is undeniable.

As they navigate their growing feelings for each other, they also must confront their pasts and the secrets they have been keeping. In a world of power struggles and corporate greed, Aria and Liam must decide if their love is worth fighting for.

Dirty Talk is a captivating read that keeps readers engaged until the very end. The characters are well developed, and readers will find themselves rooting for Aria and Liam as they overcome their obstacles.

The steamy romance scenes are balanced with emotional depth and character growth. The pacing of the novel is well done, keeping the reader engaged without feeling rushed or dragged out.

The themes of love, trust, and redemption make the novel relatable and endearing. Additionally, the novel sheds light on the issue of workplace harassment and the abuse of power dynamics in the corporate world.

This makes the book relevant to current events and adds a layer of social significance to an already entertaining read. However, there are some weaknesses in the book.

The plot can be predictable at times, especially for readers familiar with the romance genre. Additionally, some of the writing feels repetitive and could benefit from tighter editing.

Overall, Dirty Talk is a great addition to Lauren Landish’s collection of romance novels. It’s a compelling read that will satisfy anyone looking for a steamy romance novel with depth and heart.

I would recommend this book to anyone looking for an engaging romance novel that tackles relevant social issues. It’s perfect for fans of contemporary romance and those looking for a satisfying love story.

Rating: 4/5 stars. Landish’s writing is well done, the characters are developed, and the themes are impactful, but the plot could be more original and the writing could use some tightening.