Review: Dirty Bad Strangers by Jade West

Title: Dirty Bad Strangers
Author: Jade West
Genre: Erotica
Type: Standalone Book 3 of Dirty Bad series
POV: First Person – Dual


Gemma Taylor was a sex chat operator. Her sultry persona and dirty mouth gained her a good income in a career she was happy with. That was until a stranger kept asking for more.

Jason Redfern was a famous athlete. Unhappy with his fake life, he sought comfort and shared his desires with his favorite chat operator. They both shared a certain fantasy and he was ready to make it come true.

Having read and loved the first book, I knew I was in for something dirty. I was very happy to find out the filthiness level in this one surpassed my expectations!

“I’m not a psycho killer. Just a dirty bad stranger. A very, very dirty bad stranger.”

I really like Jason. He was trapped in life he didn’t want to and he pursued things that made him happy.

I felt violated. Beautifully, disgustingly violated. Debased and used and ridiculously horny.

I really like Gemma too. I like how the book addressed her body image. It was sad, disgusting but also hopeful.

Jason and Gemma were people I could actually relate to. Once upon a time I used to watch Premiere League football (that’s soccer to you Americans) for the hot men and imagined myself as a WAG. Yes, don’t laugh and don’t ever mention it hahah!  I like seeing how they had to go through the shitstorm, both individually and together. The issues were realistic and the author did well in immersing the readers into.

The sex was probably the filthiest I’ve read so far. I got every dirty fantasy came to life through Jason and Gemma. And paired with a good storyline, it was a blissfully orgasmic combination.

Reading Dirty Bad Strangers was like watching dirty porn directed by an Oscar winning director – filthy but with a good story. You’ll enjoy it as long as you leave your moral and judgment at the door.


This review is also available on Goodreads.

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