Phillip Paxton has been in love with Kate since the day he met her. Because of their friendship, he's never acted on his feelings. He's chosen to remain Kate's friend and co-worker and not risk ruining their relationship. Phillip can tell there is something seriously bothering Kate and he's concerned. As a profiler, Philip has several degrees in psychology and would be able to help Kate if she'd just share whatever's troubling her.
After yet another night of too little sleep thanks to highly erotic dreams, Kate is on the verge of having a mental breakdown. Kate doesn't even have the option of self-gratification to help relieve the sexual tension. Her humiliation as a child when a nun exposed her activity and used her as an example of a "DIRTY GIRL" to her classmates has left her unable to touch herself in any sexual way. Kate knows that Phillip's knowledge in the psychology field would be beneficial but because the dreams involve Phillip, she can't possibly tell him about them. Kate is soon left with little choice but to share her dreams with Phillip when they're sent on an assignment. When Kate does succumb to sleep in the car, she not only dreams but gets quite vocal and animated. She calls out his name. Phillip can't stand hearing Kate begging for relief in her dreams any longer and acts on his need for her to talk to him.
Evangeline Anderson does an amazing job depicting the devastating results of humiliating a child for discovering their own sexuality. For Kate the self loathing carries over into adulthood and any thoughts of self pleasure cause her to feel dirty. Fortunately, Phillip loves Kate and he is willing to do whatever it takes to help her get over the damage of her childhood. DIRTY GIRL is full of hot sexual scenes, fascinating characters, and a behind the scene look at crime investigation and profiling. This is a tale that not only gives readers a thrilling erotic story to read but will also leave you with a better understanding of how childhood events can affect us as adults. DIRTY GIRL is an awesome read and I highly recommend it. Definitely a keeper!