Fabulous. Sexy. Boone!
Country music star Boone Thrasher has never walked away from a fight, and he’s willing to put everything on the line to win the woman he can’t live without in the conclusion to the Real Dirty Duet by USA Today bestselling author Meghan March.
In Nashville, country stars are a dime a dozen.
I swore I’d never get caught up with one, but Boone Thrasher made a liar out of me.
I said I’d never put my heart on the line, but he didn’t ask before he stole it.
Now we’re facing my worst fears, and we’ll see if this country boy is tough enough to see it through.
Girls like me don’t get happily ever afters… but maybe he’ll prove that wrong too.
Real Sexy is the conclusion of the Real Dirty Duet and should be read following Real Dirty.
Real Sexy was the perfect conclusion to a fantastically sexy and dreamy duet by Meghan March.
I loved this series so much!!!
Mostly because of Boone. He was everything I imagined a Country Rock Star should be. He didn’t have to be a man-whore, or a bad-boy country star to make him sexy and drop-dead delicious. Boone was perfectly yummilicious the way he was.
He was someone that wanted to settle down and start a family. Not afraid of commitment or feelings, he just was a guy that wanted a woman to love and call his own. UNFORTUNATELY his judgment regarding women was not the BEST!!! He had to go through a rather public break-up to realize that what he had was far from perfect.
Now, after finding Ripley, Boone was hell-bent on keeping her by his side. That said, it wasn’t as easy as he thought it would be. It took some real convincing and patience on his part to make Ripley see the bright future they could have together.
I absolutely adored this duet.
In Real Sexy Ripley’s life went into a fascinating direction. She finally started believing in herself. I loved that Boone was the one that already figured out that Ripley was the one for him. He acknowledged his feelings, and had no desire to keep it to himself. Patiently he waited for Ripley to come around and to my utter pleasure she didn’t take too long to figure it out.
I was glad that the drama was kept to a minimum. And I thought the author did a great job allowing the couple to really get to know each other. I didn’t feel as if their relationship was rushed or disconnected.
This duet has been next to Real Good Man (Real Duet #1) and Real Good Love (Real Duet, #2) my favorite so far. And both narrators have done an outstanding job, especially Sebastian York, his voice is one of a kind – YUM!!