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Publisher's Summary

When I met Donovan Kincaid, I knew he was rich. I didn't know he was filthy. Truth be told, I was only trying to get his best friend to notice me.

I knew poor scholarship girls like me didn't stand a chance against guys like Weston King and Donovan Kincaid, but I was in love with his world, their world, of parties and sex and power. I knew what I wanted - I knew who I wanted - until one night, their world tried to bite me back and Donovan saved me. He saved me, and then Weston finally noticed me, and I finally learned what it was to be in their world.

And then what it was like to lose it.

Ten years later, I've found my way back. Back to their world. Back to him.

This time, I'm ready. I've been down this road before, and I know all the dirty, filthy ways Donovan will try and wreck me.

But it's hard to resist. Especially when I know how much I'll like it.

From NYT best-selling author Laurelin Paige, discover a whole new world filled with sex, love, power, romance and dirty, filthy rich men.

©2017 Paige Press LLC (P)2017 Paige Press LLC

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  • Misty
  • Washington
  • 2017-04-09

Cliffy, just a warning

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I'm prefacing with saying it's a cliffhanger. Not a bad one where it just ends mid sentence, but still one that you know another book is coming.

This review is a hard one for me and I'll try to do it without spoilers.

Sabrina meets Donovan and Weston in college and through 2 situations out of her control, she leaves college and also leaves both men hanging... only in very different ways. 10 years later she runs into Weston and takes a job from him, putting her in both men's paths again.

Weston is quickly taken out of the picture for Sabrina, leaving her to contend with Donovan. They have a very sordid relationship, filled with a push and pull like no other I have read.

This is what made me hate the book. I spent 75% of the audio wanting to bang my head against a wall and also just shaking my head, "why?". It's frustrating. Sabrina is, in my opinion, a weak and stupid woman. I don't think she has the self preservation needed to get herself through life successfully. And I'm not talking about her sexual proclivities. I know some people will take issue with rape fantasy, so heads up. It's in there. But that's not what made me shake my head. It was her inability to see what's in front of her face and do a simple risk/reward assessment and see that it's just not there.

THIS BEING SAID... I loved 25% of the book and the rest, although frustrating, kept me interested and I couldn't turn it off. There is something to be said with that because I have a low tolerance for books that don't keep me involved and this one most definitely did keep me involved. I can't possibly give it a low rating when I couldn't even turn it off to shower. Either I'm a glutton for punishment with this one, or there is something there. Also, I am definitely looking forward to the next book. I have to know how this crazy series ends.

Do I need to comment about Elena Wolfe? Probably not because she is perfection 100% of the time. There is not a book with her name on it that ends up with subpar narration.

19 of 20 people found this review helpful

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  • Deedra
  • 2017-04-19


I loved this book so much but I hate a mother sucking cliffhanger and I will stop listening to series that force me to wait years or months to get the next book. Right now I'm honestly pissed cuz the next book is not scheduled till FALL 2017. It's a great listen but wait till the complete series is out. To those authors that release series all at one time THANK YOU. You are appreciated. When I have to wait I can't recommend until it is complete. BE PATIENT WITH ME AND I WILL SUFFER FOR MY FOLLOWERS TILL THE STORY IS COMPLETE!!!! NARRATION WAS EXCELLENT

21 of 23 people found this review helpful

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  • sharktail
  • APO AP
  • 2017-05-01


Had I known this was a cliffhanger, I would have never purchased it. Why the hell do these authors continue to do this to the hell are people like me without lives supposed to wait until God knows when the next book is released. SOB......... wasted hours on this book, how... someone please explain how am I supposed to get a good night's sleep waiting to find out what happened next? (I have to talk myself out of this funk). Now that I have gotten that off my chest, I am ready to act like an adult (deep breaths). Other than that, the book is worth every penny. I was completely hooked from the 1st sentence. I do not know how to give it a proper review without providing spoilers (especially as I am still seething with anger and disappointment). Damn it......

6 of 7 people found this review helpful

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  • mandymay
  • Newnan G.A
  • 2017-07-10

Abrupt Cliffhanger Alert..

I absolutely loved everything about this book except, the part where I was totally left hanging..
I usually wait till I can get the second book along with the first when I know it ends with a cliffhanger.
This one just happened to be so appealing to me I couldn't wait.
I just hope it's not a long wait.
I'm a huge Elena Wolfe fan so the narration is partly what drew me to this book.
She of course didn't disappoint.
I was delighted to hear a very sexy well known voice doing the epilogue.
Now I'm anticipating the next book even more.
This book is worth the credit if you don't have issues with rape scenario role play.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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  • Joann
  • 2017-04-20


What did you love best about Dirty Filthy Rich Men?

The cliffhanger was amazing. The story was left on a cliffhanger, but the best part was hearing Sebastian York. That just means that part 2 is going to be amazing. The book had it all. I'm glad there was more to this story then just sex and romance. It keeps you on your toes the whole time. It had a lot of back and forth, but that's what kept the book interesting

Who was your favorite character and why?

The secretary with the Hungarian accent was great. She needs more part in book two.

Which character – as performed by Elena Wolfe – was your favorite?

Donovan Kincaid was my favorite character. I really enjoyed them all. specially since Elena Wolfe has a great male voice. That helps a lot.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Filthy rich men...

Any additional comments?

Please hurry with book two.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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  • 2017-04-13

He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not

I got whiplash trying to keep up with Sabrina's emotions in this one. I really like Laurelin's stories but I get so frustrated because every book doesn't have to be a three part series. If I had known this was a Part 1, I probably would have skipped it, at least for now. Although, had I skipped it, I would have missed a really good story, even if it had a bit too much introspection by Sabrina. But I guess when you're dealing with obsession, which is a topic Ms. Paige often writes about, introspection is a great way to expose it. It seems as if Donovan is a master manipulator and plays some serious head games with Sabrina. One thing glossed over in this story is that she was under age when their relationship started, so Donovan was a bit of a predator. The relationship/nonrelationship between Donovan and Sabrina is worthy of a solid head shake. But yet still, I couldn't stop listening -- so maybe I'm the one with the obsession. Warning: There are some dark parts to this book, including an attempted rape and rape fantasies. Overall a very good listen.

Elena Wolfe is just an amazing narrator no matter what name she uses. She puts in a solid performance that can make any book worth listening too.

Definitely worth the credit. I am anxiously awaiting the next installment.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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  • Newark, New Jersey, United States
  • 2017-04-11


Misty's review pretty much sums up how you feel while listening to this twisted unique story as it slowly unfurls.. because you hate the badboy hero, dislike the weak-willed heroine and feel uncomfortable with the fantasy rape sex scene. And yet I was completely hooked and compelled to find out more about these multi-layered characters and I gave up on sleep to uncover more about the twisted web that Laurelin Page has so skilfully written about. Because every chapter was gripping, every chapter changed the play and the ante.. and every chapter had an undercurrent.

When Sabrina first saw handsome cocky Weston King she was just a naive Freshman at College and thought he was her innocent crush.. but he became her addiction and her obsession because she watched him from the shadows as he partied and found eager willing partners. But this led Sabrina to Weston's best friend Donovan Kincade and his self-serving manipulative words of advice had the badboy quickly and unceremoniously ridding Sabrina of her v card. Sabrina didn't expect much from Donovan - and a cold brush off was all she got after the event.. but it awakened her seismic sexual connection with a man that was mysterious, secretive, damaged, frustrating and closed-off. And Donovan was totally unaware that Sabrina's obsession wasn't on Weston anymore.. she was entirely focussed on him.

However, Sabrina's scholarship was pulled and it would be ten years before she would meet Weston and Donovan (aka the dirty, filthy rich men) again and under very different circumstances.. and then the push/pull games and manipulations would start again.. along with deep secrets and dark desires. Because Donovan was as cold as he was hot, as alpha as they get and as dangerous as the devil.. and Sabrina found herself on an emotional twisted rollercoaster, on a ghost train, on a highway to nowhere and on a journey of sexual discovery.. all at once! They're obsessed with each other but Donovan keeps pushing Sabrina away and she has dark fantasies that only he can fulfil. It was a fun-fare, a battlefield, an erotic playground, a chilling thrilling smouldering powder keg and a deliciously dark brew. Donovan's rich, handsome, charismatic, drool-worthy, dominant and totally closed-off.. but what secrets lurk behind his impenetrable mask of indifference?

Worth a credit? Yes it's a gem, it's a scintillating sexy powerful multi-layered story with flawed characters you love/hate and it was told from the heroine's POV by a very talented narrator. But there was no prior warning of a CLIFFHANGER ending, no bold letters saying DUET.. and no second book until maybe SEPTEMBER..... aaarrrrrrrgh that hurts so bad.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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  • Sweet Red Reader
  • 2017-11-14

It's pretty safe to say that I loved it...

I'm literally struggling with what to say about this book. For me, it is the literary equivalent of what Roberta Flack expressed in Killing Me Softly. Like Laurelin Paige has insight into my soul and took a piece of it in characterizing Sabrina. Not the sexual assault or the rape fantasy bit, but her feelings for Donovan - the absolute and complete and desperate love she felt for him. The kind that rationalizes behaviors and allows (and at times demands) that you demean yourself in order to be with someone. There was a very pivotal part in the story where I was yelling at Sabrina (in my head) to just leave Donovan alone - and it hit me that I've been her. I've been there: where I was willing to take whatever scraps of affection (dispensed in the form of sex) I was able to get from a particular person in my life, just so I was able to have him in some form or fashion, because it was the only way he was willing to give himself to me. And now this review has turned into some form of therapeutic (and wildly personal) catharsis... But that's what this book was for me. A mirror to my past and an opportunity to reflect and maybe exorcise some of the lingering feelings and shame that might remain. So... it's pretty safe to say I loved it. 5 out of 5 wine glasses.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • 2017-08-08

Worst read ever

Very disappointing book by Laurelin Paige, I usually love her books not this one. It was all over the place, very unfocused. The characters were exhausting, whiny and adolescents. A total waste of my brain cells. Also, what was the ending about?

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  • Old n'tired
  • 2017-05-01

Grow a backbone woman!!

What did you like best about Dirty Filthy Rich Men? What did you like least?

I listened to the entire story which is unusual when a book irritates me as much as this one did. I can accept unresolved issues from a difficult past but Sabrina, the female lead, is impossible to like. She's self-obsessed and self-destructive. She rails against the way her friend with benefits treats her but then goes back for more of the same treatment time and time and time again. I could have done without the middle half of the book because the plot didn't progress at all. I don't know if I'm going to bother with the next book, I don't think I care enough about any of this characters to find out what happens.The narration was good, even paced and appropriate.

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  • johnny
  • 2017-05-28


tout était très bien mais quelle horreur ,il n'y a pas fin. je suis super déçue.