REVIEW ➼ Down and Dirty by Kendall Ryan


Remember that time you accidentally woke up in Vegas married to your hot younger guy friend?

That’s basically my life right now.  

Mistakes were made, okay?

He’s too young for me. Twenty-three to my thirty. And he’s saving himself for the right girl.

Yup. Apparently I’ve married the last alpha-male virgin on the planet. And my stubborn, oddly traditional, new husband doesn’t want a divorce.

He wants me.

Complicated doesn’t even begin to cover it.

He’s growing on me. Like a suspicious mole.


Down and Dirty is the fifth book in the Hot Jocks series and one thing I love about this series is each book is a different trope, it keeps things fun and different. That being said, Down and Dirty is an older woman/younger man, wake up married in Vegas.

Landon is a rookie and we got a glimpse of him in the previous book. Aubree works for the Ice Hawks charity organization and is friends with Bailey. Two people you wouldn’t think belong together, however, there is just something about them that clicks and works. I loved the chemistry they had together. Landon is such a sweetheart and there were times I just wanted to reach through my kindle and hug him. Aubree on the other hand, well she took some time to get used to. The way she reacted just didn’t sit well with me, but she redeemed herself.

Both Landon and Aubree had their fears when it came to relationships, however, they both slowly started to break down each other’s walls and prove to each other that this is more than just a drunk quickie wedding and a meaningless relationship.

Of course, there is more of previous couples and some sneak peaks into future couples. I loved getting more of some old favorites and getting little tidbits from future favorites. Down and Dirty is a MUST READ!


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