ARC Review: Dirty Deeds by Rhys Ford

Posted March 28, 2014 by Annie in Reviews / 4 Comments

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
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ARC Review: Dirty Deeds by Rhys Ford
Dirty Deeds
by Rhys Ford

4 Stars


Released: Mar 28 2014
Series: Cole McGinnis #4
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Pages: 228
Format: eARC


DIRTY DEEDS combines the playful and the suspenseful into one wild ride. Expect the same crazy antics and tender moments between Cole and Jae for the ultimate romance between two endearing characters.~ Under the Covers

Rhys Ford opens up the fourth book in the Cole McGinnis series with another upbeat, hilarious and cheeky little scene that sets the tone for much of the book.

DIRTY DEEDS is a fun ride all the way through, sparking here and there with its suspenseful twists and turns. In this book, Cole and Jae are dealing with the aftermath of Jae’s traditional Korean family disowning him as well as dealing with Sheila Pinelli, a previous threat that has Cole enraged all over again. It is imperative that Cole finds Sheila once again. However, in the process of doing that, Cole gets tangled in a deeper web that might be too much for even him.

There is something to be said about Ford’s writing style. In this series, it’s always very fun and engaging. Cole’s narration just sticks to you until you’re fully invested in the story. I love the playfulness that exudes from this pages because I think it balances out the tension and the suspense that the author also likes to add in.

Ford also pays great attention to the romance between Jae and Cole. Even four books in, I find that the romance is still fresh. I feel like the healing that occurs in both the characters is important to the series and makes them better characters at the end of it all.

Ford does something quite interesting at the very end of this book. Though not quite a crazy cliffhanger, it will make readers beg for the next book in the series. She sets something up that will be interesting to watch for and I think it will change the whole dynamic of the books as well.

DIRTY DEEDS combines the playful and the suspenseful into one wild ride. Expect the same crazy antics and tender moments between Cole and Jae for the ultimate romance between two endearing characters.


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About Rhys Ford

Rhys Ford was born and raised in Hawai’i then wandered off to see the world. After chewing through a pile of books, a lot of odd food, and a stray boyfriend or two, Rhys eventually landed in San Diego, which is a very nice place but seriously needs more rain.

Rhys admits to sharing the house with three cats, a black Pomeranian puffball, a bonsai wolfhound, and a ginger cairn terrorist. Rhys is also enslaved to the upkeep a 1979 Pontiac Firebird, a Toshiba laptop, and a red Hamilton Beach coffee maker.


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