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Dirty like Brody

Dirty, Book 2
Written by: Jaine Diamond
Narrated by: Sean Crisden, Ava Erickson
Series: Dirty, Book 2
Length: 10 hrs and 40 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
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He was all she ever wanted. Then she broke his heart...

As longtime manager of Dirty, the hottest rock band on the planet, gorgeous and brooding Brody Mason has had his share of beautiful women. Yet, the only one he’s ever wanted is the one he never had - the one who tore his heart out.

Beautiful and elusive Jessa Mayes appears to have it all. Talent, money, and a glamorous life. But she also has a secret. Six years ago, she ran away from her dream career as a songwriter with Dirty, and the only man she’s ever loved, without telling anyone why.

Now, Jessa’s doing the one thing she swore she’d never do. She’s coming home - to be a bridesmaid in her brother’s rock star wedding...and face the mistakes of her past. It won’t be easy. Love this intense never is.  

Dirty like Brody is the second book in the Dirty series - a rockstar romance series about the members of the rock band Dirty and the women and men who love them.

©2017 Jaine Diamond (P)2019 Jaine Diamond

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  • 2020-03-12

Male narrator ruined it for me!

The story was good, not great. There was too much angst, internal dialogue and “what’s the freaking secret?!!” for my liking. What ruined it for my was the male narrator. His for made me picture a whiney asshole in a suit and made it hard to like Brody. His female narration was even worse. When the secret finally came out he was reading. Jesse was crying and oh my goodness that was laughable. Here is this big scene we have waited the whole book for and his voice ruined it all. The last chapter he does the epilogue for Seth and I wanted to know where that voice was the whole book! If you are going to read this and you should because it is an important book in there do yourself a favor and skip the audio version of this!

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  • Emily
  • 2020-03-09

It was ok

The story was good, however the male narrator did not do a good female voice. The book would have been a lot better if it was just read by Ava Erickson. A bad narration can make a good book so hard to get thru.

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  • mom
  • 2020-02-28

Good book

The first book in this series was a better story, but this book did good with character building of many of the characters. Also I have seen some people comment about the secret of Jessa being inconsequential... nothing is further from the truth. Traumatic experiences that happen during childhood can make great impacts on their life then and as adults. That part of the story was nail on, obviously the author understood that. Narrating is awesome as well.

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  • Mama Lewis
  • 2019-11-04

Tried so hard to like it

Turns out basing an entire book on an insignificant secret and filling in the blanks with dramatic fluff does not make for an audiobook that can hold my attention. Tried so hard to finish it because I'd loved a couple other books by this author, but I just couldn't do it. If books with a lot of inner-monologuing to drive the plot and laughably unrealistic dialogue are your thing, then maybe you'll be able to finish the whole thing!