Review – Down & Dirty by Tracy Wolff

May 23, 2017 Review 0

Review – Down & Dirty by Tracy Wolff

Emerson: Talk about bad first impressions. I have too much riding on this job to show up late on my first day looking like the winner of a wet T-shirt contest, all thanks to an arrogant quarterback who drives like he owns the road. Hunter Browning thinks that because he’s famous, he can fix everything with a smile and a wave of his hand. He’s too bronzed, buff, and beautiful for his own good. Or mine. I can’t let on that I’m a fan . . . no matter how much fun we’d have in the sack.

Hunter: Hitting that puddle was my best play since winning the Super Bowl with a touchdown pass. Sure, it’s not my preferred way to get a girl wet, but I’ll make an exception for Emerson Day. She’s got a sharp tongue and a red-hot temper, even with her soaking clothes plastered to her every curve. Now I know exactly what my next play will be: hire Emerson as my personal real-estate agent, save her job—and see if I can take her off the market.

Title: Down & Dirty
Author: Tracy Wolff
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Royal Pain
Published by LoveSwept
Source: Publisher
Published: May 23rd 2017
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Sports Theme
Pages: 203
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Let me just start by mentioning that although there isn’t a “series” mentioned in the title, I noticed that this will indeed be at least an on going…something. And thank goodness, because I seriously need more of these football guys!!!

Emerson seems to have the worst luck. She finally gets a job, but on her first day, her car won’t start, it’s raining, she’s late to work and to top it off…she gets drenched by a truck while standing on the sidewalk. The only thing going her way is the fact that she’s actually talking to the Hunter Browning. The star quarterback for the San Diego Lightening football team. There’s obviously immediate attraction. Who wouldn’t be attracted to him? But he’s being a douche. And guess what? She’s forced to show him prospects for a new home. Great.

Hunter is ridiculously hot, popular and has never had to chase a girl in his life. But after spending a few moments with Emerson, he knows he needs to get to know her. Problem? He’s so used to people throwing themselves at him, that he’s forgotten how to actually be a regular guy. And with his personal life turning upside down, he’s not even sure he’s got the time to fit Emerson in to any part of it. But still…she grounds him. And that’s something that he absolutely needs right now.

Hot hot hot!!! This is so hot. The chemistry between Emerson and Hunter sizzles. But it’s Hunter’s back story and current life issues that will bring you to tears. Literally. Yep, I cried. A few times. I REALLY enjoyed reading this. Not only did I enjoy reading about the relationship aspect of the story, I completely fell in love with a couple of Hunter’s teammates. And THANK YOU to the author for making Emerson a strong woman despite her luck and look on relationships. I actually felt like I was reading a “real” love story, not one that I had to use my imagination on in order to like the characters.

I mentioned the teammates, right? PLEEEEEEEEEEEASE let the next one be about Tanner!!!!!! Mmmmm….

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