Review: Dirty Dealers by Tia Louise

January 23, 2017

Dirty Dealers by Tia Louise
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Standalone - Dirty Players #3
Release - January 24, 2017
Genre - Romantic Suspense
Dual POV - 1st person
Heat - 4 out of 5
Length - 311 pages

My job is to protect.
I'm the best, the king's elite.
She's the only thing strong enough to make me look away.

Logan Hunt is a guard. He's constantly aware of his surroundings. He'll take a bullet.

His new assignment is to protect the queen regent, keep his eyes on her at all times. He's more than up to the task...

Until a face from his past returns, and the one mission he's sworn to complete becomes his biggest liability.

DIRTY DEALERS is an all-new CONTEMPORARY romantic thriller featuring secrets, lies, double-crosses, angst, a touch of darkness, and panty-melting sexy times.

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MY REVIEW

I went through a roller coaster of emotions reading this book. I recall it giving me many intense moments of anxiety, confusion, frustration, and extreme pleasure. Tia Louise did such a brilliant job of blending the romance and the suspense that you'll find yourself at the edge of your seat for both!

In this story, we get Logan. When reading The Dirty Players Duet, I felt so bad for him because it was obvious that he was having inappropriate feelings for Prince Cal's woman, Zelda. Feelings that would remain unrequited because she only had eyes for her man. I can't tell you how excited I was to find out that Logan would be getting his own HEA in his very own story!!

Logan always struck me as being rigid, in control and precise as well as being loyal, protective, and capable of feeling deeply. The author gave us the chance to see who he was and what had helped to shape him into the man he is today. It was amazing to find out how much his first love, Cassandra, had to with all of that. How an innocent romance had such long-term effects and how that love essentially didn't fade with time. It was beautiful to watch these two reconnect and rekindle that which they thought was lost.

As I stated, there's tons of suspense and most of it lies around Cassandra. Girl's got herself in some deep doo-doo and her many attempts to hesitate in telling the truth, though it added to the overall drama of the story, is the reason I docked a star. It really bothered me. The action scenes were a bit brutal but necessary, the intimate scenes were scorchingly erotic, and the love found within the pages of this book was tender enough to warm the heart.

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