Dirty: A Dive Bar Novel
Lydia is literally a runaway bride. Just moments before preparing to walk down the aisle she receives evidence that her fiance is cheating; with his best man. Lydia flees the only way she can, out the back door and through the garden. In a move out of Goldilocks’ playbook, she finds a small, unkempt, seemingly abandoned bungalow, next door; that is until Vaughan, the home’s owner returns. Reeling from the breakup of his band, Vaughan returns to Coeur d’Alene to lick his wounds. The last thing he was expecting was to find a bridal gown clad woman hiding out in his bathroom, but could she be exactly what he needs to move on? Will obligations to his family and friends keep him from returning to L.A.?
In this spinoff of Scott’s Stage Dive series (you needn’t read it in order to enjoy this series) we are treated to a cameo from our favorite drummer Mal; coupled with an ensemble cast of easily likeable characters, this series is a hit in the making. There were some minor subplots that felt as though they could have been thoroughly explored or resolved, but this book is enjoyable and can easily be devoured in one sitting.
St. Martin's Griffin