Review – Dirt by Cassia Leo 

Dirt by Cassia Leo 

My rating: 4 out of 5 stars


That’s my initial thought as I sit here post Dirt by Cassia Leo. I honestly think Dirt had one of the most hard hitting, emotional prologue I’ve ever read. The whole opener just GUTTED ME! As did the rest of the book in all honesty. 

Dirt is angsty and heart wrenching. Every page punches deeper and harder. My heart was POUNDING while reading this book. The tension is as REAL as it gets! It’s so, so hard to fully explain any of it because it’s only the first book and there are SO MANY THINGS I NEED TO KNOW! 

Jack & Laurel are hotter than the rising Sun but more broken than a shattered glass. Together this mix of heat and emotion really played well in building up the story and making so much more. 

I am GUTTED that it ended like it did! So gutted. And DESPERATE for book two!

The hard-hitting, emotional first installment in a new series from New York Times bestselling author Cassia Leo.

Jack and I had everything. Then, in one brutal instant, the universe tilted on its side, discarding us into black nothingness.

Now, I have a cocky a**hole for a husband.

The only way we communicate anymore is when we’re fighting or f**king.

With nothing left to lose, I write Jack a goodbye letter and head for Portland, where I quickly meet a neighbor who helps me find a job.

My new neighbor—hot, tattooed ex-soldier Isaac Evans—is complicated. Nevertheless, we form a fast friendship, bonding over our mutual desire to create something beautiful from the wreckage of our lives.

But despite the distance between us, Jack and I are still trying to make things work—fighting and f**king dirtier than ever. And he doesn’t appreciate my new friendship with Isaac. Not one f**king bit.



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