Dirty Rowdy Thing: Wild Seasons, Book 2 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Dirty Rowdy Thing: Wild Seasons, Book 2 by Christina Lauren

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From the New York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Bastard, Beautiful Stranger, and Beautiful Player, Book Two of the brand-new Wild Seasons series that started with Sweet Filthy Boy-a story of friends, love, and lust.Despite their rowdy hookups, Harlow and Finn don't even like each other...which would explain why their marriage lasted only twelve hours. He needs to be in charge and takes whatever he wants. She lives by the Want-something-done? Do-it-yourself mantra. Maybe she's too similar to the rugged fisherman-or just what he needs. Read by Sebastian York and includes a bonus scene only available on audio!



  • This audiobook is a bit difficult to rate for a couple of reasons: 1. Sebastian York's voice has this amazing deep, baritone quality that can make your knees weak, but unfortunately, he doesn't put much effort into the acting part of the job. He only half-heartedly attempts Oliver's Aussie accent, and Ansel suddenly loses his French accent overnight. It's quite disappointing. 2) Finn... *sigh* what a jerk move. I understand why he was upset, I really do. And I don't even think his anger was unjustified, but the way he handled the situation, especially after the night he and Harlow had and everything that had happened between them recently? No, Finn, you messed up big time. No excuses. But despite these issues, the rest of the story was really entertaining, which makes it hard for me to decide how I truly feel about it. Harlow and Finn have great chemistry, as Christina Lauren always manages to create between their characters. I can't say for sure if they had more chemistry than Mia and Ansel, but it was definitely there. Finn is the definition of an alpha male, and he's also quite kinky. Harlow describes him as making everyone else look small in comparison, and boy, does he prove it. They explore bondage, spanking, biting, and D/s, so if you're not into that, be cautious. Personally, I enjoyed it because it was done tastefully. Finn knows what he's doing, and they gradually build up to more intensity as their feelings for each other grow. All the steamy scenes were incredibly hot, and I loved how Finn took care of Harlow after their encounters. Overall, I liked both Harlow and Finn. They were well-developed characters with great banter. I believed in their transformation from casual to friends to forever, and I was moved by the intensity of their emotions for each other. It felt like I went on their journey with them. If it weren't for Finn's cowardly behavior, I would rate this higher. Despite Harlow's maturity in handling the conflict, which was a nice contrast to Finn's immaturity, I can't overlook his major mistakes. Nevertheless, I really enjoy this series and catching up with this wonderful, unconventional family. I can't rate it lower than 3.5, and I have no complaints about Shayna Thibodeaux's narration. I'm starting to get used to her unique style. I recommend this audiobook to fans of alpha romance with an opposites attract trope.
  • The story in 'Dirty Rowdy Thing: Wild Seasons, Book 2' is a blast, packed with steamy moments. Just like always, Chistina Lauren knocks it out of the park with their outstanding writing. The narrators are top-notch, as per usual.
  • The female narrator has this really annoying habit where she builds up to a crescendo at the end of a sentence and draws things out. It's like things go up and then they go down, and it doesn't really add anything to the story. It's just irritating. The male narrator, on the other hand, is not great with accents. There are two secondary characters, one Australian and one French, and the female narrator does a better job with them. The male narrator mostly avoids attempting accents, except when he does, and it's not very good. As for the story, Harlow is supposed to be mature for her age, but she really isn't. She's a little smart and very spoiled. Her famous parents are always there to support her, and she jumps into situations with a sense of entitlement that I couldn't quite get behind. The way other characters described her didn't match up with my experience of her. And Finn, well, he's kind of a jerk. I'm not a fan of anyone who runs away when things get tough. The only good thing I can really say about this book is that the sex scenes were steamy. But the more I write this review, the less I like the book.