Blog Tour + Review – Sweet Liar (Dirty Sweet Duet, #1) by Laurelin Paige

SWEET LIAR (Dirty Sweet #1) by Laurelin Paige
Release Date: February 26, 2019
Genre: Contemporary Romance

British ad exec Dylan Locke isn’t looking for love. He isn’t looking for fate. He’s definitely not looking for Audrey Lind. She’s pretty, far too young, and overly romantic–in short, exhausting.

But when the girl, young enough to be his daughter, literally lands in his lap and asks for his expertise, he’d be lying if he said he wasn’t interested. In her body, in her innocence, in her philosophy.

In the kind of kismet that starts with kisses.

But Audrey isn’t looking for love either–she’s looking for lessons, and she’s certain Dylan knows everything she needs to learn. 

If he agrees to play the teacher can he keep his heart? 

Of course he can.

Then again, he might be lying.

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Amazon: https://amzn.to/2MOZ7rW
Amazon International: mybook.to/SweetLiar
Apple Books: laurl.in/sweetliarapple
Kobo: laurl.in/sweetliarkobo
Nook: laurl.in/sweetliarBN
Google Play: laurl.in/sweetliarGP

Review

NO SPOILERS!

Sweet Liar was AMAZING and a definite MUST READ from Laurelin Paige! Deliciously sexy, sweet, forbidden, and entertaining, the first part of the Dirty Sweet Duet was everything I wanted it to be and so much more! The storyline and characters Laurelin Paige created were phenomenal, as all of the Dirty Universe stories and characters have been, and I can’t wait to devour the conclusion to Dylan and Audrey’s story in Sweet Fate!

ARC received in exchange for an honest review.

5 STARS

Excerpt

Too bad she was that kind of girl. The kind of girl who wanted a man to love her before she lifted her skirt.

God, she was young. Younger than whatever ridiculous young age she actually was.

I’d sworn off love years ago, but not sex. Never sex. And Audrey Lind was all sorts of temptation, the kind I knew better to stay away from. She was too romantic. She was too American. She was too young. Much too young. I was definitely old enough to be her father. Probably.

Definitely.

I didn’t want to think about that.

“I’m pretty sure I can convince you kismet exists too, if you’ll just do one thing.”

“What’s that?”

“Kiss me.”

I was alone. I would always be alone.

I was a girl who felt things.

Dylan was polite, but he wasn’t nice.

I thought she’d be less dangerous in the sunlight.

I was wrong.

She was sex on heels, and I was a goner.

Audrey Lind: Part wildling, part devil, part innocent, all contradiction.

I wanted to kiss her again. Because she had perfect plump lips. Because she tasted like honey. Because she was warm and the night was cold, and I’d been in the dark for so long.

Colliding into her had been like crashing into sunshine. She made me feel warm in places that had been cold for oh, so long.

“I can’t decide if I need to shelter you, or if I should show you off.”

I stretched her and filled her and punished her pussy for being so perfect, so tight, so inexperienced

I fucked her like I’d paid for the hour.

“I’ve never watched anyone watch me like you’re watching me now.”

About Laurelin Paige

With over 1.7 million books sold world wide, Laurelin Paige is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author. She is a sucker for a good romance and gets giddy anytime there’s kissing, much to the embarrassment of her three daughters. Her husband doesn’t seem to complain, however. When she isn’t reading or writing sexy stories, she’s probably singing, watching Game of Thrones or The Walking Dead, or dreaming of Michael Fassbender. She’s also a proud member of Mensa International though she doesn’t do anything with the organization except use it as material for her bio. She is represented by Rebecca Friedman.

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