The Dirty Red Series by Vickie M. Stringer - From the "queen of urban fiction" ( Publishers Weekly), Vickie Stringer, come three scorching tales of love, lies. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Tarryn Fisher was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Literature & Fiction. The Dirty Red Series: Dirty Red, Still Dirty, and Dirtier Than Ever - Kindle edition by Vickie M. Stringer. Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Literature & Fiction.
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Read "Dirty Red A Novel" by Vickie M. Stringer available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. From the "queen of urban fiction" . From the "queen of urban fiction" (Publishers Weekly), Vicki Stringer, comes a scorching tale of love, lies, loss, and the indomitable spirit of a woman scorned. Read Dirty Red (Love Me with Lies, #2) Ebook PDF Free. Dear Opportunist, You thought you could take him from me, but you lost. Now, that he's mine I'll do.
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Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention dirty red tarryn fisher point of view caleb and olivia hate leah past and present feel sorry must read looking forward even though love me with lies love to hate roller coaster next book wait to read third book twists and turns olivia and caleb leahs pov train wreck.
Showing of reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. Fisher gave us a book, book 2 in her series of 3 that is devoted to the hateful character of Leah.
No way, I thought to myself as I began to read, how will I possibly stay riveted to that awful woman's nasty little POV?? And yet here I am to tell you it was a hell of a ride! I thought this could get to be the cliche story of the spoiled rotten souled little rich girl, but it never quagmires there, which is an amazing feat.
We actually follow her totally shocking, unhappy, nutty, insecure bratty train of thought laughing at her, rolling our eyes with her, half the time despising her then feeling sorry for her.
Leah's story is very stifling and yeah I needed serious oxygen while reading about this train wreck! We get to see Leah hatch her nasty little plots to hold onto her man, it's actually a relief to see her and Caleb's hollow and dreary relationship thru her eyes because it looked all sparkly and fab in book 1 thru Olivia's eyes and I found that upsetting to be honest!
Leah is coming to grips with her life and screwed up choices and needs to grow up. Getting to that point is a long long haul for her, that still doesn't really happen here, but it's a helluva ride! The revelations and twists and turns abound of course that keep you screaming at your kindle for more like a crazy person.
By the way I LOVED the humor in this book, so many bits dropped in book 1 come up here- Nancy Grace is Olivia's hero, here Leah despises her but watches her when Olivia's name comes up on her show then becomes a big fan And bravo Ms. HOly cow!
What's come over me?? This is not a typical romance read. This is the hell of Real Life in all its tough, random bitterness, it makes or breaks you, so will you finally fight for your truth or no!??!! Pass me more Taryncrack and right the F now!!!!! Onto book 3!
What in the world did I just read?!
This book sucked me in, put me through a whirlwind of emotions that left me spinning, and then blew my mind. I read this book in less than 24 hours. Leah is so wonderfully, wickedly twisted that I just had to know what was going to happen next.
I really enjoyed the buildup of what happened in the past that led up to what was happening in the present.
I just had to shake my head at her during most of the book. There were times where I really felt sorry for her.
But on the other hand, she drove me absolutely crazy with some of the things she did and decisions she made. It just blew my mind the way she would pass her off. Was she really suffering from postpartum depression?
Was she just that indifferent about her child? Leah was a whackadoodle, but she sure was interesting. He was funny and offered a little bit of a balance to Leah. For all the snark she threw his way, he gave it right back to her.
One person found this helpful. I'm usually pretty bad about reading sequels because I'm both easily distracted and a cheapskate, so sometimes years will go by before I'll say to myself, "You know, I really liked X book, maybe it's time I should read the sequel to X book Or at least, I usually don't. It's that addictive. While reading, I kept wondering what this series reminded me of, and then it hit me: This Love Me with Lies see?
Then, from behind him, came another blow to the car, then one to the left rear window. Fred was turning to look at him. Stone looked over his shoulder and saw three dark figures, bearing sledge hammers, trotting toward the car.
Fred went and got lucky, sailing through the empty intersection. All the lights on Park turned green, and he made it to 57th Street before they turned red again.
The other two seem to have survived intact. Stone took the crossword with him into his adjacent office, where his phone was ringing.
His secretary was nowhere to be seen, so he picked it up. Patroon at seven-thirty? Funny you should ring; I need a policeman. Nice to know it works.