Dirty Girls on Top (Dirty Girls #2)
The Dirty Girls are back, saucier and sexier than ever….but would it be wrong to ask them to be a little smarter, too?? Especially when it comes to men. And sex.
Lauren Fernandez is at the top of her game as the cleverest columnist the Boston Gazette has on board—but she can't quite figure out how to pick a guy or how to eat (and not drink) like a healthy person. Usnavys
Now that I've finished, I have to say that I have mixed emotions about the book. To begin, I think that the "intimate" scenes were way too descriptive, so I got a little embarrassed when I read it. (Was the first book that way? I don't remember that at all!)
I liked being able to hear about what the Sucias were doing after the first book ...more
Her first book is definitely better!
so, now that we've established that the reader sucked- the book was not that great either. it seemed like valdes-rodriguez took all the growth the char ...more
Oddly enough, this doesn't stop the book from being a fairly quick read and by the end most have grown and changed, at least a little.
There’s: Rebecca: the uptight workaholic; Cuicatl: the musician/activist/free spirit; Usnavys: the no-nonsense, plus-sized, amorous girl from ...more
1. It's fun to peep into the lives of others you have no idea about. Although some of the stories in the first book seemed to be pretty over the top, this follow up book is more realistic and gives further depth to each of the stories.
2. The six latina women are each successful ...more
(2/10 update) A truly misunderstood comment above about underdeveloped characters. There is a "prequel" to this novel which really delves in to each character to the point where I felt that I really knew the ...more
I enjoy how the author weaves Spanish words and sayings throughout this book. I love how Alisa Valdes-Rodriquez accurately portrays how each woman, from these different Spanish speaking countries, would say in a particular situation.
If you haven't read the first bo ...more