Dirty Scoundrel (Roughneck Billionaires #2)

Dirty Scoundrel (Roughneck Billionaires #2)

In a sizzling novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Dirty Money, there?s rich, and then there?s filthy rich when an oil tycoon takes being a roughneck billionaire to a new level. Clay Price has everything he?s ever wanted, except the one thing money can?t buy?Natalie Weston. Years ago, Clay and Natalie were in love... until she turned down his marriage propos In a sizzling novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Dirty Money, there?s rich, and then th...

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Title:Dirty Scoundrel (Roughneck Billionaires #2)
Author:Jessica Clare
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Genres:Romance
ISBN:B0719GHQ4F
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:222 pages pages

Dirty Scoundrel (Roughneck Billionaires #2) Reviews

  • Katie(babs)
    Oct 14, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

    Dirty Scoundrel is another fun and sexy read by Jessica Clare. The hero here- Clay, the brother of the hero from the first book isn't as caveman alpha as his brother but he does have some of those tendencies (more toned down) when it concerns the heroine, Natalie. He wants revenge for ...

  • Dali
    Nov 18, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

  • The Romance Book Disciple (Samantha)
    Nov 17, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

  • Bambi Unbridled
    Jan 10, 2018

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

  • Emma
    Nov 18, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

    Dirty Scoundrel is another fun and sexy read by Jessica Clare. The hero here- Clay, the brother of the hero from the first book isn't as caveman alpha as his brother but he does have some of those tendencies (more toned down) when it concerns the heroine, Natalie. He wants revenge for ...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Dirty Scoundrel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jessica Clare is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series. This series is about two hard-working brothers who made their fortune from oil. Now billi...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the 2nd book in the Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare. Clay and Natalie were high school sweethearts and were deeply in love. Clay had plans to propose to Natalie after he met her father, Chap Weston who is a former and famous actor. Only Chap didn?...

    I received an ARC of this book and this is my voluntarily, honest review of it. I know when I open a book from Jessica Clare that it will be an easy and fun read. Perfect if you just want to relax for a few hours and think about nothing. ?Dirty scoundrel? is the second book...

    3.5/5 Natalie and Clay were high school sweethearts - although they were from opposite sides of the tacks (economically speaking)- they were both outcasts in their own ways. The depth of feeling they shared belied their years; although they weren't physically intimate, they were certa...

  • Lover of Romance
    Sep 19, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

  • April Symes
    Nov 27, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

    Dirty Scoundrel is another fun and sexy read by Jessica Clare. The hero here- Clay, the brother of the hero from the first book isn't as caveman alpha as his brother but he does have some of those tendencies (more toned down) when it concerns the heroine, Natalie. He wants revenge for ...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Dirty Scoundrel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jessica Clare is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series. This series is about two hard-working brothers who made their fortune from oil. Now billi...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the 2nd book in the Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare. Clay and Natalie were high school sweethearts and were deeply in love. Clay had plans to propose to Natalie after he met her father, Chap Weston who is a former and famous actor. Only Chap didn?...

  • Anna's Herding Cats
    Nov 21, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

  • Samira
    Nov 25, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

    Dirty Scoundrel is another fun and sexy read by Jessica Clare. The hero here- Clay, the brother of the hero from the first book isn't as caveman alpha as his brother but he does have some of those tendencies (more toned down) when it concerns the heroine, Natalie. He wants revenge for ...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Dirty Scoundrel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jessica Clare is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series. This series is about two hard-working brothers who made their fortune from oil. Now billi...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the 2nd book in the Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare. Clay and Natalie were high school sweethearts and were deeply in love. Clay had plans to propose to Natalie after he met her father, Chap Weston who is a former and famous actor. Only Chap didn?...

    I received an ARC of this book and this is my voluntarily, honest review of it. I know when I open a book from Jessica Clare that it will be an easy and fun read. Perfect if you just want to relax for a few hours and think about nothing. ?Dirty scoundrel? is the second book...

    3.5/5 Natalie and Clay were high school sweethearts - although they were from opposite sides of the tacks (economically speaking)- they were both outcasts in their own ways. The depth of feeling they shared belied their years; although they weren't physically intimate, they were certa...

    Let me start out by saying I loved this book! I might even go as far as to say that it was better than the first! Clay was an amazing character, yes he was a jerk at first but he had his reasons. Slowly though, he began to show his true colors and once he did I fell in love with him- t...

    Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare Clay and Natalie I WAS ALL IN FROM THE BEGINNING 5 Stars I knew going in that this one would be emotional. I knew I?d need tissues, beer, and a good supply of chocolate chip cookies. It was humorous, charming, unpredicted, and heartbreaking. ...

    ?All I know how to do is be in love with you.? After this line, I'm sure all are sold. This series of Roughneck billionaires are cute and sassy, but I still feel its quite rushing and abrupt story lines for me. But overall, its fun. Clay was a roughneck brother on the series,...

  • Lisa
    Nov 03, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

    Dirty Scoundrel is another fun and sexy read by Jessica Clare. The hero here- Clay, the brother of the hero from the first book isn't as caveman alpha as his brother but he does have some of those tendencies (more toned down) when it concerns the heroine, Natalie. He wants revenge for ...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Dirty Scoundrel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jessica Clare is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series. This series is about two hard-working brothers who made their fortune from oil. Now billi...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the 2nd book in the Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare. Clay and Natalie were high school sweethearts and were deeply in love. Clay had plans to propose to Natalie after he met her father, Chap Weston who is a former and famous actor. Only Chap didn?...

    I received an ARC of this book and this is my voluntarily, honest review of it. I know when I open a book from Jessica Clare that it will be an easy and fun read. Perfect if you just want to relax for a few hours and think about nothing. ?Dirty scoundrel? is the second book...

    3.5/5 Natalie and Clay were high school sweethearts - although they were from opposite sides of the tacks (economically speaking)- they were both outcasts in their own ways. The depth of feeling they shared belied their years; although they weren't physically intimate, they were certa...

    Let me start out by saying I loved this book! I might even go as far as to say that it was better than the first! Clay was an amazing character, yes he was a jerk at first but he had his reasons. Slowly though, he began to show his true colors and once he did I fell in love with him- t...

    Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare Clay and Natalie I WAS ALL IN FROM THE BEGINNING 5 Stars I knew going in that this one would be emotional. I knew I?d need tissues, beer, and a good supply of chocolate chip cookies. It was humorous, charming, unpredicted, and heartbreaking. ...

    ?All I know how to do is be in love with you.? After this line, I'm sure all are sold. This series of Roughneck billionaires are cute and sassy, but I still feel its quite rushing and abrupt story lines for me. But overall, its fun. Clay was a roughneck brother on the series,...

    DNF at 30% It's a struggle trying to even try to make it this far because the writing style also didn't quite mesh with me :/ I love the premise of the story; I'm a fan of angsty second chance romance and that was what I expected from the blurb. But I was disappointed to find that C...

  • Rough Draft Book Blog
    Oct 21, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

    Dirty Scoundrel is another fun and sexy read by Jessica Clare. The hero here- Clay, the brother of the hero from the first book isn't as caveman alpha as his brother but he does have some of those tendencies (more toned down) when it concerns the heroine, Natalie. He wants revenge for ...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Dirty Scoundrel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jessica Clare is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series. This series is about two hard-working brothers who made their fortune from oil. Now billi...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the 2nd book in the Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare. Clay and Natalie were high school sweethearts and were deeply in love. Clay had plans to propose to Natalie after he met her father, Chap Weston who is a former and famous actor. Only Chap didn?...

    I received an ARC of this book and this is my voluntarily, honest review of it. I know when I open a book from Jessica Clare that it will be an easy and fun read. Perfect if you just want to relax for a few hours and think about nothing. ?Dirty scoundrel? is the second book...

    3.5/5 Natalie and Clay were high school sweethearts - although they were from opposite sides of the tacks (economically speaking)- they were both outcasts in their own ways. The depth of feeling they shared belied their years; although they weren't physically intimate, they were certa...

    Let me start out by saying I loved this book! I might even go as far as to say that it was better than the first! Clay was an amazing character, yes he was a jerk at first but he had his reasons. Slowly though, he began to show his true colors and once he did I fell in love with him- t...

    Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare Clay and Natalie I WAS ALL IN FROM THE BEGINNING 5 Stars I knew going in that this one would be emotional. I knew I?d need tissues, beer, and a good supply of chocolate chip cookies. It was humorous, charming, unpredicted, and heartbreaking. ...

  • Alison
    Nov 29, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

  • Mallory
    Dec 31, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

  • Laura
    Nov 18, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

  • Geri Reads
    Nov 21, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

  • Julie
    Nov 02, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

  • Peggy M
    Nov 27, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

    Dirty Scoundrel is another fun and sexy read by Jessica Clare. The hero here- Clay, the brother of the hero from the first book isn't as caveman alpha as his brother but he does have some of those tendencies (more toned down) when it concerns the heroine, Natalie. He wants revenge for ...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Dirty Scoundrel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jessica Clare is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series. This series is about two hard-working brothers who made their fortune from oil. Now billi...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the 2nd book in the Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare. Clay and Natalie were high school sweethearts and were deeply in love. Clay had plans to propose to Natalie after he met her father, Chap Weston who is a former and famous actor. Only Chap didn?...

    I received an ARC of this book and this is my voluntarily, honest review of it. I know when I open a book from Jessica Clare that it will be an easy and fun read. Perfect if you just want to relax for a few hours and think about nothing. ?Dirty scoundrel? is the second book...

  • Lisa
    Oct 31, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

  • Katrina
    Nov 23, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

    Dirty Scoundrel is another fun and sexy read by Jessica Clare. The hero here- Clay, the brother of the hero from the first book isn't as caveman alpha as his brother but he does have some of those tendencies (more toned down) when it concerns the heroine, Natalie. He wants revenge for ...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Dirty Scoundrel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jessica Clare is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series. This series is about two hard-working brothers who made their fortune from oil. Now billi...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the 2nd book in the Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare. Clay and Natalie were high school sweethearts and were deeply in love. Clay had plans to propose to Natalie after he met her father, Chap Weston who is a former and famous actor. Only Chap didn?...

    I received an ARC of this book and this is my voluntarily, honest review of it. I know when I open a book from Jessica Clare that it will be an easy and fun read. Perfect if you just want to relax for a few hours and think about nothing. ?Dirty scoundrel? is the second book...

    3.5/5 Natalie and Clay were high school sweethearts - although they were from opposite sides of the tacks (economically speaking)- they were both outcasts in their own ways. The depth of feeling they shared belied their years; although they weren't physically intimate, they were certa...

    Let me start out by saying I loved this book! I might even go as far as to say that it was better than the first! Clay was an amazing character, yes he was a jerk at first but he had his reasons. Slowly though, he began to show his true colors and once he did I fell in love with him- t...

  • Dísir
    Oct 08, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

  • Wit & Wonder Books
    Nov 20, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    1.5 Stars I haaaaate giving this book such a low score, but it was just horribly done. From the writing to the plot, it just fell flat. I really liked the first book, but this was like someone else wrote it. Not my cup of tea. ...

    Dirty Scoundrel is another fun and sexy read by Jessica Clare. The hero here- Clay, the brother of the hero from the first book isn't as caveman alpha as his brother but he does have some of those tendencies (more toned down) when it concerns the heroine, Natalie. He wants revenge for ...

    ** ARC provided by the author for an honest review ** Dirty Scoundrel by New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jessica Clare is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series. This series is about two hard-working brothers who made their fortune from oil. Now billi...

  • Beth ~ Panda & Boodle
    Nov 18, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

  • Jessica
    Apr 11, 2018

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

  • Maria Rose
    Nov 11, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

  • Hana ♡
    Sep 20, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

  • Amanda Adams Steward
    Nov 25, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

  • Amanda Adams Steward
    Nov 25, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...

    ***ARC Provided by the Author and Publisher via NetGalley*** 3.5 Stars Billionaires are, well, billionaires. They are suave, they are sophisticated, they live in mansions and they eat caviar. At least that is the stereotype. And, then you meet the Price brothers. They are a d...

    Jessica Clare?s Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in her Roughneck Billionaires series. It?s also the first novel of hers that I?ve read, part of my quest to read more new to me authors this year (though she?d been on my to-read list for a while). The series name gives a good ...

    MY RATING: 2.5/5 I was provided an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This was my first Jessica Clare book and giving that this is book number two in the series of Roughneck Billionaires, it's not very fair for me to judge the book as part of the series. But seeing that each i...

    This was such a sweet second chance romance. Clay and Nat are such an easy couple to love and I just love all the supporting characters. I can?t wait for every Price Brother to get their own story. I love a blue collared H and this series takes the cake in that category, rags to rich...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

  • Tink Magoo is bad at reviews
    Sep 18, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

  • Mindy Lou's Book Review
    Nov 20, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

  • Bookgasms Book Blog
    Dec 22, 2017

    I actually enjoyed the first book in the series. Boone and Ivy's story wasn't perfect but I had a lot of fun reading it. Unfortunately, this book didn't really work for me. As much as I still adore Jessica Clare's writing style, I had a lot of issues with the characters and just the ov...

    Wonderfully entertaining! Sexy yet heartfelt, mischievous and sweet. Original and engaging. Holy hot roughneck! I fell hard for Clay Price and his inability to be ruthless and cold because nothing could ever change the fact that his heart belonged to Natalie Weston. Not the fac...

    4 Stars! Clay and his brothers grew up on the wrong side of the tracks. After working the rigs for years the Price brothers struck oil and are now billionaires. And while they have all the money they can ask for, Clay is still not happy... Natalie Weston is living her life ta...

    2.5 stars The first half of this was really good - the love/hate aspect along with the hero trying to be an asshole but not really being one - worked well, but the second half was a letdown. It became boring and overly cheesy, which made me lose interest in the outcome of their stor...

    Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup. (on the blog 12/5/17) Amazon: http://amzn.to/2zf52PI Clare has a twist on billionaires that'll have even the most indifferent sitting up and paying attention. The Price brothers? Roughnecks that hit it big and became overnight oil t...

    This review was originally posted on Addicted To Romance I can't tell you how excited I was to see that I had been approved to get access to this title. I have been waiting for this book for like FOREVER. I really had a blast with book one Dirty Money. This series is about five brot...

    The Roughneck Billionaires series by Jessica Clare has taken me by surprise. Dirty Scoundrel added to that surprise for sure! Now, let me start with my 2 issues with the story. First, the trope is one of my LEAST favorite: miscommunication. Clay and Natalie were high school sweet...

    Disir has a great shelf entitled "indifferent shrugs" and I couldn't agree with her more. I love the idea of a group of roughneck brothers who become oil billionaires and then each meets the woman of their dreams. I enjoyed the first book so I was looking forward to this one. Cla...

    This is another book from my blogger shame pile. This one appears to have fallen through the cracks in the midst of my move. I remembered enjoying the first book of this series, Dirty Money, so I wanted to make sure that I read this one. If you haven't read the first book, you will...

    Millionaire/Billionaire books aren?t exactly the sort of reads I go after, simply because their implausibility severely impedes my ability to suspend disbelief for this sub-genre in romance. But Jessica Clare?s Roughneck Billionaires who start out dirt poor and had their fortunes s...

    Dirty Scoundrel is the second book in the Roughneck Billionaires series that is a standalone and a second chance romance. Clay and Natalie are high school sweethearts. Clay has plans to propose to Natalie after meeting her father, Chap Weston, a former and very famous actor. What he...

    ARC provided by NetGalley. Okay at first I wasn?t so sure about this book. But the more I read the more I loved I understood the things the heroine was going through just recently losing my father. I did not read the first book in this series so I wasn?t familiar with some thin...

    Blinded by the thrill of young love, Clay and Natalie have their hearts filled with dreams. As high school sweethearts, the two make plans to marry and spend their lives together. A plan that is quickly met with resistance from Natalie?s father. After a little meddling on Natalie?s...

    ?I ain?t cut out to be a scoundrel. All I know how to do is be in love with you.? You know, I?m trying to think of the best way to describe Dirty Scoundrel by Jessica Clare, and the first word that comes to mind is eccentric. Which is pretty accurate, when I think about it. ...

    Oh my, I kinda adore these rough, grumbly, dirty Roughneck Billionaires. They're so much fun to watch getting themselves in and out of trouble with the women in their lives! And Clay was no exception. He's still trying to get over the love of his life, one Natalie Weston. Sure Clay ...