Title: Dirty Talk
Author: Lauren Landish
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Where I got it: Kindle Unlimited
Other: Book ends at 40%
He makes dirty sound so good. So right.
The moment I heard his velvety voice growl that I’m his ‘Kitty Kat’, I knew I was in trouble.
Derrick ‘The Love Whisperer’ King gives out relationship and sex advice on the radio to everyone, but he’s giving me something a bit more personal. Nobody’s ever talked to me the way he does. Daring, Demanding, Sexy… and oh, so Dirty.
Maybe we started this whole thing a little backward, sex first and getting to know each other after. But I’m starting to let my guard down, my untrusting heart beginning to think that maybe fairy tales do come true. Even for me.
I feel beautiful and hopeful when he worships my body. I feel dirty and naughty when he whispers filthy things in my ear.
But is it real? Can something so naughty really be good for me?
And more importantly, against all odds, can it last… forever?
Get the hose out baby, because this book is HOT!!!
Derrick “The Love Whisperer” King is the host of a satellite radio show that talks (quite candidly) about love, sex and pretty much anything. One night, he gets a call from a woman named Kat, who discovers though an internet dick pic that her boyfriend is being unfaithful. Derrick tells Kat to end things, which she does, but he also wants to hear from her again, to see how things went.
Kat is pretty shy, and has had bad luck with the guys she’s dated. It doesn’t help that her dad cheated on her mom, giving her a pretty jaded view on love. She does manage to work up the courage to call Derrick back, and so begins their odd friendship.
Odd, you ask? Why yes, odd. They basically start having phone sex immediately, followed by FaceTime sex, followed by actual, physical sex. There is a lot of sex in this book, in case you were wondering, lol. Derrick is such a good guy, though. He’s sweet, and thoughtful, and thanks to his parents happy marriage, he believes in happily ever after and wants it for himself. The hopeless romantic in me can’t help but love that.
Kat’s insecurities were a little wearing, but she was a nice character. I enjoyed her bestie, Elise, and I’m hopeful a book about her is coming next. I thought I’d figured out the big drama, but I was wrong and pleasantly surprised.
Overall, this book was fun and fast, and I would recommend it.