Dirty Wish by Karolyn James


May 29, 2017


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Jeri’s Book Attic




Title :              Dirty Wish

Author :           Karolyn James

Series :            n/a

Release date :   December 13th 2016

Rating :           3 Stars



Blurb : He’s rich. He’s powerful. His hand is up my skirt. And I don’t even know his name yet. That’s where the night begins. It ends in the stranger’s bed, where I learn his name is Alexander and that he wants to see me again. I’m supposed to be housesitting, basking in the glory of what a wealthy life could feel like. A knock on the door changes my life forever. A dress is delivered. It fits me perfectly. And I want to impress Alexander. I want to experience the rich life, even if it’s not meant to be. I start to fall for Alexander and the lines between reality and fantasy start to blur. He’s everything a woman wants in the bedroom and everything a woman needs in life. But then I discover the dress wasn’t meant for me. And, yes, it was sent from Alexander. To someone else. He’s my dirty wish… but now I just feel dirty…


Review : Imagine 50 Shades just with almost too much hot sex and less plot – because at certain times there was really nothing except sex – Ahm sounds surprising ? Well yes it was – because that is Dirty Wish by Karolyn James. I was actually surprised that I managed to finish the book. Because while I liked the plot idea it was the writing that was not “smooth” enough for me. The Blurb basically tells the whole story as strange as it seems. (again I was surprised at that because there should be at least something left open for the reader to explore) The characters – especially Alexander – felt fake to me, there was no emotion to anything he did. And that can not be true because even if he has a certain way of living he needs “drive” to pull that off and he felt automated almost robotic in his actions. And the story tends to jump at certain times which was really disturbing in the reading process. Therefore I can only give 3 stars for the plot idea and some parts of the story that I really liked


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