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Done Dirt Cheap by [Lemon, Sarah]
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About the Author

Sarah Lemon has butchered wild game, worked at a plastics factory, and earned her bachelor's degree in pre-law--but she skipped over law school to wander the Blue Ridge and Appalachian Mountains instead. Sarah lives on the Chesapeake Bay with her husband and their three children, who are all under the age of five.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1751 KB
  • Print Length: 340 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1419723685
  • Publisher: Amulet Books (7 Mar. 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01M4K9NN7
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #575,823 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I actually liked this book very much. I did not expect to like it this much but it was a very nice surprise. I liked the two main female characters and their strong friendship, i liked the story and the pace of the book, I liked the writing, I obviously also liked the two Love interest of Tourmaline and Virginia. This book had everything I like in a book ( including a nice happy ending) with a good balance.I look forward to other books from this author.
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Format: Kindle Edition
Tourmaline Harris is the perfect princess of the Wardens - a motorcycle club where her dad is the president. But as Tourmaline struggles to deal with the guilt of her imprisoned mom, she begins to wonder how much she’s actually respected and what her father and his gang actually do. Tourmaline becomes friends with Virginia Campbell, a former pageant queen working for a crooked lawyer who wants her to spy on the Wardens.

I really enjoyed this book and all the characters involved. Both Tourmaline and Virginia were complex characters with deep feeling and emotions and secrets and how they connected was wonderful. I loved seeing how they stood up for each other and believed in each other, and were willing to fight for each other. They had different upbringings but underneath it all there was thread of similarity that bonded them together.

I loved the way the Wardens were so involved in the story and were a central point. I enjoyed Tourmaline exploring her role within the club and learning at what point she was the ‘princess’ and at what point she was a girl who was invisible. Her scattered emotions around the Wardens, her dad and what they really did and didn’t tell her was wonderful to watch.

The best thing about this book for me was the raw edge of attraction that blurred all the lines in the story for me. While both girls had their own missions, they both had a raw need to love and be loved and found it in Cash and Jason. I loved the description of their physical and emotional need from how Jason could flip strong, proud Virginia inside out to Tourmaline’s acceptance of Cash on the back of the bike and scooting closer to wrap her legs around him. There was so many great descriptions associated with these relationships and I loved, loved, loved them.

This book is gritty, edgy and full of feeling and emotion and not to mention great female friendship. 100% recommen
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Format: Kindle Edition
Tourmaline Harris is the daughter of the leader of the town’s infamous biker club known as the Wardens. She’s got a good home life, a good relationship with her father. But at 15 she unintentionally sent her mother to prison. Virginia Campbell was ‘sold’ into the service of Hazard – a sleazy but powerful (&criminal) attorney. Virginia is sent to infiltrate the Wardens under the orders of Hazard because he wants them gone. Virginia has every intention of going through with her orders, but after meeting Tourmaline, she starts to have second thoughts. The two girls friendship blossoms, each gaining strength and confidence from each other.

Done Dirt Cheap is a novel about friendship and the girl’s defying the expectations placed upon them. Done Dirt Cheap is a refreshing read in the sense that it offers something a lot of books don’t really offer – an authentic and complex female friendship. Both Tourmaline and Virginia are fully formed, messy, and contradictory female characters. They would seem like unlikely friends, complete polar opposites, but they make it work and while they don’t always get along, they know they need each other and they help each other navigate the complicated and dangerous landscape of their lives.

“We’re friends because when girls – women – are alone in this world, they’re easier to pick off.” …“When girls stick together in this world, they’re harder to pick off.”

One thing I loved about Tourmaline and Virginia is that they subverted the typical female character tropes that we often see in YA. The ‘good girl’ and the ‘bad girl’. Tourmaline has always tried to be likeable and good, but that isn’t who she really is. Tourmaline was placed into her dangerous drug dealing life, it wasn’t one she chose.
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Format: Hardcover
Tourmaline has been surrounded by the Wardens all her life, but is just now starting to question who they really are and how they see her. Virginia befriends Tourmaline to get closer to the Wardens and report back to her boss with information. The two girls become friends through bad circumstances and both have something to hide, but they soon start to find things are better when they stick together.

I’m a huge fan of Sons of Anarchy, so I knew I needed to read this. It definitely had a SoA vibe but I loved the direction it took with its focus on the president’s daughter, her friendships and relationships, and how it feels to be a family member of the club. I loved the setting and how tangled up in everything the girls were. With high-stakes, real danger and romance to root for, this is definitely one to keep an eye out for.
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Format: Hardcover
It's bloody sexy this book. Sexy and fierce and f*ing fantastic.

The writing was glorious and flowed beautifully. Lemon's dark atmospheric style puts you right there, pain and adventure in your heart, cruising across the southern landscapes, the heady smell of petrol in the air, and the roar of the bike (!) between your legs. *cough*. :-)

The story of female friendship sits at this books heart, and for me personally, I was so happy to read about two woman who in any other YA book might fall under the title of Bad Girls. These incredible characters were so much more than that - unique & layered with perfect depth that pulled from their own histories with brutal force.

I am so taken with her writing and her story telling, I can't wait to read book 2.
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