Dirty (Dive Bar) - Kylie Scott
This review was originally posted on Bookish Things & MoreKylie Scott has done it again! We have a runaway bride and a hot musician. I was super excited when I found out that Vaughn was going to have his own book. I really liked him, even though he came across as a d-bag, in the Stage Dive book. But it's nice to see another side of him.

Lydia is hilarious. I love her attitude, even when things are falling apart around her. Her inner thoughts while being around Vaughn will have you laughing. She's learning to be herself after running out on her wedding day, and stumbling into Vaughn's house to hide. Things are awkward but easy as she gets to know him. And her lack of sexy times during her previous relationship comes roaring full speed ahead anytime she sees Vaughn. He's pretty much sex on a stick. I love how Lydia grows into her own person, and the girl can throw a mean punch. Her first instinct is to run to a new place and new beginning, but maybe the new people in her life can make her stay.

I loved all of the characters that work at Dive Bar. They are a hot mess, but there for each other if something happens. My favorite is Nell. She's a no nonsense, tell 'em like it is sort of person. And I love how welcoming she is to Lydia as a friend. Lydia definitely needs more of those. I can't wait to see what shenanigans come to pass with the rest of the Dive Bar crew.

Dirty is fast paced, and will have you devouring it in one sitting. I didn't want to put this book down. The romance is a little fast, but it doesn't seem like it while you're reading. You get swept into these characters' lives, and want more when it's finished.