Wicked Dix (A Hard Love Romance Book 2) By Monica James

Wicked Dix cover


I’ve always been a bad boy, with a very wicked reputation.

But then I met Madison – sweet, vulnerable, innocent Madison. She makes me feel as if there is hope for me. As if I could be a good man. I need her more than I need air to breathe.

There’s just one problem: Juliet. She’s a temptress who won’t take no for an answer. If I resist her, she’ll use our dirty secret to ruin everything with Madison. I don’t want to lose Madison, but can I really change?

This is my chance to prove that I can. But it’s going to be one hell of a ride. Are you ready?

Seriously sexy and totally addictive, Wicked Dix is the second in the Hard Love Romance series. Find out how it all began…Dirty Dix OUT NOW.

My thoughts – 5*

This picks up where Dirty Dix left off.

And, oh my! Another really hot book.

As I said in my review of Dirty Dix I thoroughly recommend it, but definitely not for you if you are at all prudish!!

Again we have Dr Dixon Mathews, Madison and Juliet.

I did keep thinking ‘arghh, what are you doing Dixon’ !!

Can Dixon change his man-whore ways? Hmmm…. I can’t say.

He was cowardly yet again, even though he gives out this tough guy exterior.

And again I was hating on Juliet, a really unlikeable character.

But I was still loving Madison, Dixon put her through lots of psychological turmoil.

Dixon was in a bit of a predicament. Tell the truth to Madison and surely lose her, or lie to her and get found out and still lose her. A no win situation.

Dixon and Madison’s trip to Italy was lovely. I enjoyed the touristy things they did, and their beautiful holiday home.

The awards ceremony was a good section. Funny too.

Back in the US, a few tender moments. His secretary, Ms Vale. His dad.

In the last quarter of the book I thought I guessed what was going to happen, but I got it wrong.

The author very cleverly took you one way, and then back another way.

The book was a rollercoaster of emotions. Up and down. Another addictive read.

I look forward to more by Monica James.



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