New Release & Review: Spectacular Rascal by Lili Valente


Title: Spectacular Rascal
(A Sexy Flirty Dirty Standalone Romance)
AuthorLili Valente
Genre: Contemporary Romantic Comedy 
Release Date: July 26, 2016

A Sexy Flirty Dirty Standalone RomanceF*ck being good. When you’ve been screwed over by Mr. Wrong, let a Spectacular Rascal show you how good it feels to be bad.

My best friend and boss at Magnificent Bastard consulting—get revenge on your ex or your money back—is the smooth, successful New York businessman type. But me? I’m the other guy—the one you don’t bring home to mama. The tattooed, rough-around-the-edges, 100% primal badass. I won’t pull out your chair, sweetheart, but I will pull your hair.

I’ve got what it takes to make sure your dangerous dick of an ex thinks twice before he knocks on your door again.

Or I thought I did, until I meet my latest client: Catherine Jones, a.k.a. Polka Dot Panties. Former college running partner, sexiest woman I’ve ever almost de-virginized, and the only girl I’ve never been able to get out of my damn head.

Now my one-that-got-away is looking up at me with those big green eyes, daring me to take on an ex as dick-ish and dangerous as hers.

Well, you know what they say—it’s all fun and games until you’re making out on top of a mobster’s limousine.

Soon Catherine and I are in deep. We’re on guard, on the run, and on top of each other every chance we get. But outsmarting her mobster ex is the least of my worries, especially when I start thinking our falling hard act isn’t an act at all.

But after all this time, can a guy from the wrong side of the tracks find his forever with the sweet and sexy polka-dot-pantied girl next door?

Warning: SPECTACULAR RASCAL is a stand-alone erotic romance told from the hero’s point of view. No cliffhanger. Lots of dirty talk.

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Whoo-Hoo- Spectacular Rascal is a really fun book to read. The main plot is Aiden being hired to deter bad ex-boyfriends from harassing their prior girlfriends. However, Spectacular Rascal is so much more than that initial plot line. Aiden is hired to help Cat deter her slimy ex and help him understand that Cat has moved on. This is when things start to get really interesting.

The author starts us off with some fun back and forth between two characters who belong to a “secret” running group. We never really learn their names, just their code names, and they are fun! The wit and banter is light, humorous, and refreshing. Why is this part of the story you ask, well so did I, but we soon learn how Curve and Polka Dot Panties for in. Once we do, it makes the whole story so much better. Then we get to the good suspenseful parts. The despicable ex! How will Cat and Aiden make the crazy mobster realize she has moved on? We get to see a bit more depth to these characters. This makes the plot and the whole book so much better. Everything about this book grabbed me and held me until the very end.

Lili Valente gives us a fun and entertaining story with a little suspense. You won’t be disappointed with Spectacular Rascal!

Reviewed by Shannon
LLEP Review Team
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Author Bio
U.S.A. Today Bestselling author Lili Valente has slept under the stars in Greece, eaten dinner at midnight with French men who couldn’t be trusted to keep their mouths on their food, and walked alone through Munich’s red light district after dark and lived to tell the tale.These days you can find her writing in a tent beside the sea, drinking coconut water and thinking delightfully dirty thoughts.

Lili loves to hear from her readers. You can reach her via email at or like her page on Facebook

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