Dirty Sexy Inked (The Dirty Sexy Series) Dirty Sexy Inked (The Dirty Sexy Series)

Dirty Sexy Inked (The Dirty Sexy Series‪)‬

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Publisher Description

What happens in Vegas doesn’t have to stay in Vegas … right? 

Mason Kincaid has only ever committed to one woman, and that’s his best friend. But he had no intention of screwing up the most important relationship in his life with something as trivial as sex … no matter how much he wanted to. Until one hot, dirty night ruined everything …

Unrequited love sucks. Katrina Sands learned that the hard way. All she wanted was one night to let loose and forget how long she’d been pining for a man she could never have. Falling into bed with him was an accident. A filthy, sexy, incredibly complicated accident …

Happily ever after always comes at a price. And if the price is Mason and Katrina’s friendship, will they decide it’s worth the risk?

Maybe … but only if they can overcome a particularly ugly ghost from their shared past first.

Dirty Sexy Inked, book 2 in the Dirty Sexy series, is a spicy, friends-to-lovers, bad boy contemporary romance that can be read as a standalone. Download today and learn how good being bad can feel.

Sophie Eastlake
hr min
January 17
Blackstone Publishing

Customer Reviews

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It’s not that people who are sexually assaulted don’t behave or have the right to behave the way the main character does but the!way it’s written makes it seem like a “light” situation makes it problematic for me. This idea that men have a hard life (aka Conner) and so the implication is that their behavior is unacceptable but understandable is trash. I say this as someone who was raped by someone who was supposedly a friend and had to deal with decades of renewed trauma with people who are also supposedly friends still hanging out or dealing with a person who traumatized me, knowing what happened. I know that everyone is only capable of what they are capable of, but someone who essentially makes someone pay for what they themselves are not willing to share is a struggle for me. If I tell someone and they react stupidly, that’s on them. If I don’t share and they unintentionally injure me because I don’t share, that’s on me. My rapist tried to reach out to me years later, not even in person, gave me a full blown panic attic and months of unrecognized issues with my partner for months.

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