Review: Dirty Together by Meghan March

Posted February 9th, 2017 in book review / 8 comments

Review: Dirty Together by Meghan MarchDirty Together by Meghan March
Series: Dirty Billionaire Trilogy #3
Publisher: Self-Published on January 12, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Erotica
Pages: 204
Format: eBook
Source: Purchased
Purchase: Amazon
Add to: Goodreads
Rating: three-half-stars
Heat: three-half-flames

My wife.

I love saying those words.

She’s mine, and if she thinks I’m going to let her run without tracking her down and bringing her back to where she belongs—with me—then she’s about to be introduced to a new reality.

Because I’ll fight dirty to give her the happily ever after she deserves.

Dirty Together is the final book in The Dirty Billionaire Trilogy and should be read following Dirty Billionaire and Dirty Pleasures.

I've been a bad bird. This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years old due to its use of sexual content, substance use, and/or violence. Come be a bad bird with me!

At A Glance

A good ending but not the best of the series.

The Good

Though this wasn’t my favorite book of the series, I still enjoyed Holly and Creighton’s journey together. Holly reverted to her old ways of running away, but once that nonsense was over, both characters grew to become better for each other. Creighton evolved the most though. He became less selfish and more caring of others. He gave up a lot for Holly because once you find the one, that’s all that matters. Corny but sweet. Come on, admit it. I seriously swooned over all the things he said to Holly. So romantic with a dash of raunchy!

Expect some twists and turns. Holly’s career is taking off which is exciting. Creighton’s situation is a little iffy but hopeful. Be ready for drama, but it’s worth it to see these two finally come together in unity.

The Bad

I found the plot lacking. I felt like something was missing. Then the twist at the end came out of left field. It really threw me off. Sure, I didn’t see it coming, which is usually a good thing, but it was because it was just dropped in randomly without it making much sense to the story.

The Snuggly

The sex was pretty much as good as the other books. Raw, steamy, and fun!

Final Thoughts

The series as a whole was really good. I wish Dirty Together ended stronger but I’m okay with how it wrapped up. I think I will always love wealthy, dominating alphas finding true love. Out-played or not, it works.


“I thought I had everything,” he says in a low voice. “And then I met you. Now I do.”

“She snuggles against me, and I can’t help but realize that this is the first time I’ve ever actually cuddled with a woman. It’s nice. But I have a feeling it’s only nice because it’s Holly. She’s turned my entire fucking world upside down, and it’s the best goddamn thing that has ever happened to me.”


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8 Responses to “Review: Dirty Together by Meghan March”

  1. Braine

    Maybe it lacked depth? I liked that the character development seemed solid, it justifies their HEA and all that lovey stuff.

    Happy weekend!

  2. Lekeisha

    The trope is definitely outplayed, but there are still some gems out there. Right now, I just can’t find it in me to read another billionaire/alpha romance. Sylvia Day has ruined the trope for me, but I’m sure I’ll give it a go again one day. BTW, have you read One With You yet? I’m curious as to how you’ll feel about it. The more I read it, the madder I get. A lot of readers enjoyed it, though.

    • Jennifer (Bad Bird Reads)

      I have not read One With You yet but I do plan too. I’m nervous about it because the series is not going like I hoped.

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