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Dirty Rich Betrayal

Narrated by: Erin Mallon, Joe Arden
Series: Dirty Rich, Book 4
Length: 6 hrs and 25 mins
5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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The next sinfully sexy standalone book in the best-selling Dirty Rich series by Lisa Renee Jones! 

Grayson Bennett.  

He's a billionaire, a lawyer, the king of the world to some. A professed lifelong bachelor. A man who took his father's business and fortune and turned marginal success into an empire. Now someone is threatening that empire and he's going to burn them to the ground. But he'll need the help of one person. He'll need her.  

That woman is Mia Cavanaugh, criminal attorney, ex-lover, a woman who believes he betrayed her, a woman who could burn him to the ground, but she won't. Because she loves him. Because he loves her, and it's time that she sees the truth of the past.  

Now, he's handing her the key to his future. He's giving her the chance to burn him to the ground. He's letting her see the real man beneath the surface that not even she's seen in the past. She has to decide what to do with that man. Love him or destroy him.

©2018 Julie Patra Publishing/Lisa Renee Jones (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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  • KC Cook
  • 23-03-2019

I couldn't stop rolling my eyes.

I saw the high ratings and took a shot on a book by a new author. The narrators (Joe Arden and Erin Mallon) are great. The material they had to work with, not so much. The heroine is whiny and annoying. Falling back to the same "he betrayed me but I love him" and "I understand what happened now, but he destroyed me" over and over. She kept going on and on about how she paid for her own stuff and didn't want her billionaire boyfriend's money. Ok....I got it the first 3 times it happened. The hero who is supposed to be so powerful just keeps saying things like, "I can't breath without you. I love you" when he should tell her to stop being so annoying. I tried to like it. The flashbacks were written well, so the story did flow, but the characters might be the least likable people I have read about. I think if they hit on something once or twice it would have worked....but the over and over and over again with the "pay with my own money" and "he betrayed me" "she destroyed me" BUT "We will get our happy ending" just didn't work for me. Sorry.

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  • A Bookworm
  • 24-03-2019

Too much jumping around. Did not finish

This story takes place at three different times in the couple's relationship. The writer takes us through these times, but not in any sort of sequence. This might not be a big deal to some, but to me, when I need to stop and start a few times throughout my day, I got confused where we were in time. I became so frustrated I just turned it off. Then I was frustrated more because I had already gotten through over half of the book.
Also, can people just talk to each other, please? If you claim to have been SO in love and a problem arises and you just shut down...that's enough to show either you weren't that in love, or you are immature. No matter what happens and the relationship ends, dont you want some closure? Ugh.

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  • Sweet Pea
  • 17-05-2019

Way too much repetition

Too much repetition and too much useless padding when there was enough to develop this plot into a real masterpiece. Guess it was too big s nite for Lisa Renee Jones to develop like that. This is a good attempt, nevertheless. The female narrator did not add to the listening pleasure. She places unwarranted emphasis to the end of each word and that really hurt my ears. An average story.

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  • marta r. aliberti
  • 17-04-2019

Hot and Dirty!

Great storyline. Enjoyed listening to Joe Arden. and Erin Mallon. They really bring the characters to life.

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  • J.V
  • 13-04-2019

just ok

I just couldn't connect w the characters. the going back and forth un times, was annoying. The story line was that strong

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  • Annacrown65
  • 12-02-2019

Entertaining Suspenseful

Dirty Rich series my guilty pleasure. Each couple has great dynamics, pull and emotions.
Betrayal introduces us to new couple whose love went haywire because of murky circumstances. Now one year later they come back together because both of them are still in love and because of danger looming in front of them. Lisa took us on amazing ride, made me fell in love with Mia and Greyson and after harrowing ordeal made me cheer for the couple they always should’ve been.
Amazing narrators Erin and Joe add another depth to the story.

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  • G. D. Whitfield
  • 10-07-2019

WITH MORE JOE ARDEN THIS WOULD HAVE BEEN A SOLID 5 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Lisa Renee Jones is not bad writing from a man's POV. It's just that the Audible version reflects whining women. I have never "read" one of her books, but I think I will! I really liked the premises for the book. The performances were almost perfect and it was basically a light, enjoyable listen of a third chance to get it right. I loved Joe Arden as Grayson, he knew what he wanted from the start and went for it! Erin Mallon was good, so I guess maybe I should put more of the 4-star blame on the writing of her feckle character. I would recommend!!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 19-04-2019

Loved the story

The male narrator at times was pretty flat. The going back and forth in time was okay for awhile but became frustrating.

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  • Denise
  • 21-03-2019

Relative

This book was way to repetitive. Continuously repeated over the break up an the apologies could have used more in site on the history of Rey and greyson. Maybe letting less of Mia narration and more of Greyson

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  • STARLA FOGARTY
  • 18-03-2019

Jumps timelines

This is a great story and well written! However, it jumps timelines too much. In the beginning especially, I found myself confused trying to keep up with the back and forth.