Abigail Haddock is stunning, sensible, and some would say…stuffy. But it’s not really her fault. She was raised in one of Wessco’s oldest, most affluent, aristocratic families—“stuffy” is their middle name. So is successful. Abby’s working overtime to distinguish herself as a top-notch physician, just as her family legacy demands.
She doesn’t have time for nonsense.
Tommy Sullivan’s all about nonsense.
Sure, he’s an elite bodyguard with lethal skills and co-owner of the renowned, S&S Securities Firm—protector of the wealthy and titled. But he’s also rowdy, fun and thoroughly irresistible.
Tommy knows how to have a good time, and he’s never seen someone more in need of a good time than Abby. The lass needs long, wet, filthy kisses—STAT—and he’s just the man for the job.
It doesn’t take long for a wildly sexy, sinfully satisfying, no-strings attached arrangement to turn into something more. Something sweet and addictive and real. But Tommy and Abby are too royally stubborn to admit it.
Opposites attract, everyone knows that. But can their red-hot relationship last—can they love…for forever?
Fun, sweeet and charming read
I absolutely loved reading Emma Chase. I love her writing, her characters and her stories. In Dirty Charmer we go back to the Royally series in this standalone about opposites and letting go. Abigail is as straitlaced as they come. She is smart and determined. Tommy is an easy-going guy who loves to have fun. They are as different as night and day, but they are drawn to each other. Tommy opens Abby up to new things and their chemistry was off the charts. I just loved watching these two together. Dirty Charmer by Emma Chase was such a fun, sweet and charming read.
Tommy’s story could have been better
I was looking forward to reading this book, the other stories in this series were fantastic. But for such a great character, Tommy’s story did not hit the mark. It could have been so much better. Such a disappointment.
The first books in this series kept my interest. I scanned most of this book. The sex was monotonous and the characters are not interesting. Disappointing.