Even when you know better….
There are a million reasons why Hazel Campton is off limits: she’s a journalist. I’m a cop. Oh, and she’s my foster sister.
My secret is I didn’t care. I haven’t stopped wanting her since I slept with her the night before she left.
She’s trouble. Always has been.
It’s hard to resist the thing you’ve always wanted…
Growing up with Brandon Archer means I know him. Good. Bad. Everything in between.
It’s just never mattered.
My secret? That night. The one I stole, that’s kept me from Archer and Green County, for four years.
Now I’m home, and nothing has changed. Except me. And not in the way that means a damn thing.
Because I still want him.
Everything can change with a knock at the door…
Secrets. Everyone has them. Archer. Me. This town.
Perfection only runs surface deep in Green County. When there’s a knock at me door, it’s a familiar face all covered in danger, and all those secrets we hide? They’re about to come tumbling out.
The first in a sexy new series about Green County, and the people who serve there.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dirty Sexy Secrets, is an entertaining read. It’s filled with lust, desire, mystery and of course a ton of secrets. Hazel hasn’t been to Green County in quite a few years. The last time she seen her foster brother Archer, was at a moment that changed everything in their lives. They’ve held this secret about each other for years. They came together as orphans. So it isn’t the most ideal situation. Hazel is very stubborn and that plays out a lot throughout the story. But she’s determined to get to the secrets that are lying just above the surface in their small town. Though, it was entertaining, it did lose me a little. It didn’t grasp me and want me to continue. But I powered through. The mystery is pretty well played out and didn’t really go as I expected. I wanted to get into this story. But the changing of character points of views, with no indication from the beginning. Kind of confused me. You’re thinking you're reading through one character but then realizing no it’s someone else. Overall, I give this book a three. I think it was a good story. And there are a lot of elements that intertwine throughout. But like I said it didn’t grasp me. And I really didn’t connect much with the characters....Lissa