Book Review: Dirty After Dark

Title: Dirty After Dark (A Billionaire Boss Romance)

Author:  Anne Connor

Publisher: Self Published

Release Date: June 18th 2017

Pages: 185

Synopsis from Goodreads:

My new intern wants to keep things professional – but getting dirty is my job.
I’m not just any billionaire. I’m Ryan Hart, founder and host of the relationship advice podcast Dirty After Dark.
Men beg me for answers, and women flock to me so I can keep them up all night with my gorgeous voice and dirty words.

When Sara walks into my office, she thinks she’s interviewing for a science and nature podcast. But all I have to do is flash the straight-laced brunette my billboard-worthy smile and say a few naughty words, and I’ll have her speaking in tongues.

I counsel callers on their filthiest questions. I help people with complicated problems, but I’m a simple man. All I need is sweet Sara with the dirty mind I know is hidden under her professional facade. I need her in my recording studio – and in my bed.

She wants to keep things professional. She thinks she needs to get through this internship without having her name splashed across the gossip blogs if she wants to be taken seriously.

But I run this show, and I’m about to show her just how dirty it can get around here.
Now…any questions?

Dirty After Dark is a steamy standalone romance with no cliffhanger, no cheating, and an HEA.

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3 stars


A quick, steamy read. If you’re looking for something to get you off your reading slump, or a different genre — specifically romance — which is not too long and just enough words then I suggest you pick up this book.

“But there’s no way for me to tell you how to find love. It’ll sneak up on you when you least expect it. It’ll take you by surprise and knock you on your ass.” 

This is one of those stories where boy meets girl and it just clicks. Or the hormones do. Ryan is smokin’ hot in person and his sexy voice is known all too well in NYC and California. To be by his side means more drama but I’m too tired of drama at the moment so I’m glad this book didn’t overdo it.

The only thing that missing to satisfy me was the identity of the girl who Ryan made out with in the radio station back in college. I was expecting for that girl to show up again but she didn’t. I wanted the story to be full circle where characters mentioned earlier in the book will reappear and play a role when it gets to the end. It didn’t happen on this one and I that’s why I’m bumbed out.

The most difficult question I’ve ever received is how to find love. There’s no answer for that. There’s no pill you can take or formula to follow to make your heart open up in just the exact way to become home for someone else’s. 

This book was still a fun read. It gave me hope that the degree I graduated with in college will not limit my options for finding the job that fits me. I am currently worried about where to get a job and this was the perfect book to ease my mind.



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