Review: Dirty Devil by Melissa Ivers


Pretending to be a hot hockey player’s girlfriend shouldn’t be a problem.

Except when that player is my brother’s teammate, Foster Craig, with the body of a god and a British accent that melts the panties straight off my lady bits. Did I mention that I might have a teeny crush on him?

But after a picture of an accidental kiss goes viral, he makes an offer I’d be hard pressed to refuse. A few dates in exchange for a lot of money. It seems harmless enough. And besides, I have a dead car, a baby to take care of, and a romance novel to write.

I just have to remember–No. More. Hockey. Players. Especially one who scores more off the ice than on.

Even if he comes to my rescue after my car breaks down. Or attempts to make me a cake for my birthday. Or dances with my two month old son when he thinks I’m not watching. I’m trying to resist him, but when he offers to help me test out «positions» for the novel I’m writing, things get a little… complicated. (And I’m not just talking about the Reverse Wheel Barrow with a Corkscrew Twist.)

And I find myself breaking my rules one by one.

If I take my heart out of the penalty box, am I going to end up being checked by yet another player? 

My opinion:

Dammit, Avery. Stop looking at the man’s dick. He is not a piece of meat. He is a hockey player. Hockey players are off-limits.
That means no dick.

I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.

Dirty Devil by Melissa Ivers is a sports romance. It’s the fourth book from the Nashville Devils series.

This story is about the British Nashville Devil player, Foster Craig, and Remington’s little sister, Avery Remington.

After her failed relationship with another hockey player, Avery had sworn off those players and wanted to only take care of her little bundle of joy. Foster’s ex-manager had almost destroyed his career and now he needed an image makeover. After an accidental kiss with Avery, the idea of a fake relationship was born. Even though both of them were against it at first they eventually had an agreement. Could both be professional despite the attraction and lust they felt for each other?

The Nashville Devils are by far my favorite sports romance series. Every book has a fantastic story. This one is no exception. It’s fun, sexy and so romantic. I love the single-parent trope. Especially when there’s a man who knows how to take care of the baby and the mother. Their chemistry was incredible and their steamy scenes are extremely hot. Foster was amazing, sweet, funny and so handsome. Avery was a great girl, with ambitions and so much love to give. Both of them had issues they carried from the past but they eventually moved on from them. My favorite part was when he gave her ideas for the book.

I highly recommend you to read this book. I will rate it with 5 stars.

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