5/5 Stars for Dirty Little Rendevouz (A Burke Brothers Spin Off) by Emma Hart

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Dirty Little Rendevouz (A Burke Brothers Spin Off)

Author:  Emma Hart

Publication date:  May 8, 2016

Genre:  Contemporary, New Adult & College


Synopsis:  Sometimes the past becomes the present… And he’s hot, cocky, and British.

Leila Burke expected a lot of things when she joined her brothers on tour in Europe. He wasn’t one of them.
Jase Masters had no idea what to expect when he agreed to support Dirty B. on tour. She definitely wasn’t it.
It’s been eighteen months.
He remembers that night a little too well.
She insists she has no idea who he is.
He’s rugged and determined.
She’s wild and free.
Together, they’re a tornado.
Keeping it from touching down is the least of their worries.

(Dirty Little Rendezvous is a spin-off of The Burke Brothers series, but can be read as a standalone.)


Rating:  5/5 Stars!


My Review:

If you follow my blog, you are probably well away of my love for the Burke Brothers.  Those Dirty B boys are super sexy, super hot and super alpha.  I was sad when the series ended, but happy day, this little gem came along!

I’ve always thought Leila Burke needed her own story.  Poor girl has been an unwilling participant in her brothers’ antics throughout the entire series.  Now, sassy, violence prone Leila gets her book.

Leila had a brief fling with a guy named Jase a year ago while she was backpacking across Europe alone.  It was a hot but brief affair and she was perfectly fine with that.  Now, she is coerced by her best friends into going along with Dirty B and their girlfriends/her besties on the European leg of the tour.  Leila goes with the intention of spending three weeks exploring and reading her beloved books.

Jase is an up and coming rock star from England who is going to be supporting Dirty B on their European tour.  He meets the band at the hotel and during breakfast, he sees Leila, their sister and his former fling.  Leila denies knowing him, even though she is immediately hit with butterflies.  She remembers him alright.  Despite Leila’s assistance that she doesn’t remember him, Jase pushes until she finally admits she does.

This book is so perfect.  Leila is sassy, sarcastic, hysterically funny and she throws around violent threats like they are water.  Her interactions with her brothers and her besties have always been a hoot.  However, they have nothing on the way she and Jase go at each other.  She dishes it out, he takes and sends it right back.  It was fun to read the two of them internalizing their feelings and watching them try to fight them.

The ending of the book (before the epilogue) was just…**sigh**

This book made me so happy.  Thank you, Emma Hart, for giving Leila her book!  I hope you find some other Burkes to write about…or maybe Kian!  <3

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