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Dirty Like Seth

A Dirty Rockstar Romance (Dirty, Book 3)
Written by: Jaine Diamond
Series: Dirty, Book 3
Length: 9 hrs and 42 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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They all thought they knew him...
but she knew his heart

Seth Brothers had it all: the hottest album in the world, more money than he’d ever dreamed of, and Dirty - the band he loved like family. But as Dirty hit the big time, Seth hit bottom. 

Now all Seth’s got is the guitar on his back, a heart full of regrets, and one last chance to get it all back...including the one thing he never expected. 

Her.

Elle Delacroix has it all - talent, money, fame...except the one thing that truly matters. 

Love....

The only thing Seth has left to give. 

There are two sides to every rock ’n’ roll story; it’s time for Seth to tell his. 

Dirty Like Seth is the third 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.

©2018 Jaine Diamond (P)2019 Jaine Diamond

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  • 2019-11-14

Love the series, but this one...not so much

I love this series and I enjoy the author very much, but this book really rubbed me the wrong way. The casual way the author treats a main character, Brodie, falsely accusing another main character, Seth, of raping his girlfriend, Jessa, when they were all teenagers was truly unnerving. It was particularly bothersome because Brodie was repeatedly told by Jessa that the relationship was completely consensual, and yet he still convinced himself and every other member of the band that Seth was guilty of something as truly horrible as rape. He beat Seth up and essentially ruined his life, and Brodie never had to answer for it. It was Seth and Jessa who ended up apologizing instead of Brodie. Brodie was never held accountable for anything. For me, this backstory completely overshadowed the love story between Seth and Elle and caused me to dislike characters I really enjoyed in the previous books. It is too bad because if not for the fact that I got so frustrated every time the book touched on the Seth/Jessa arc, I would have really liked Seth and Elle’s story. Even though this particular book bothered me, I would still recommend reading the series. I plan to finish this series and any others written by this author.