by Monica James
I knew she was bad news when she walked into my office, but I just couldn’t help myself…
Filthy, sexy and full of surprises, Juliet is so hot she has me on fire. I’ve met my match and I can’t help going back for more.
Then there’s Madison… she’s sweet, funny and awakens in me a fierce need to protect her.
But I don’t do relationships. I don’t usually do the same woman twice.
Juliet and Madison: Two very different women have got me completely hooked.
Who will I choose?
I know who I should choose, but I never said I was the hero of this story, or even the good guy. And besides, who wants to be good, when it feels so good being bad?
My tale isn’t for the faint-hearted. If you’re game, strap yourself in and expect the unexpected. But don’t say I didn’t warn you…
Dr Dixon Matthews is a psychiatrist who specialises in addiction, but he’s pretty much addicted himself…to sex. He has no scruples about who he has sex with, patients, clients, waitresses, pretty much anyone.
When he meets two women that he is attracted to, he can’t decide who he wants; Juliet another sex addict who will not want a relationship or Madison who is quiet and brings out his protective instinct. Obviously he makes the wrong choice and spends the book trying to right this wrong.
I found it quite hard to get into the book at first as it was just a man’s point of view of easy sex and there wasn’t any plot to speak of. But as it went further in and the different relationships came to light I really started to enjoy it.
I liked how Dixon grew as the novel went on and he tried to sort his life out. But as this is the first in a series there are plot twists and the book ends on a cliffhanger.
If you are at all offended by sex scenes this book is really not for you. But after a slow start I enjoyed it and will be reading the second book in the series.
As an aside, this book was first published as Addicted To Sin and it was then changed to Dirty Dix. I have to say I much prefer the original title.
Many thanks to the publisher for sending me a copy via Netgalley