Dirty Filthy Rich Men by Laurelin Paige

In Dirty Filthy Rich Boys, we were introduced to a pair of best friends Weston King and Donovan Kincaid. Both guys college students in Harvard, Weston a freshman, Donovan, in a graduate program. Both part of the King-Kincaid Financial, one of the World’s largest investment firms.  Both living at The Keep, a four-story brownstone off-campus house that had wicked parties every weekend.

An unassuming young girl on a full scholarship by the name of Sabrina Lind meets Weston King the first day of Intro to Business Ethics, where Donovan Kincaid was the teacher’s assistant (TA). She studied Weston almost every weekend during the parties at The Keep.  Trying to notice if Weston had a particular type of woman who interested him, she wanted him in the worst way.  We know that plans don’t always go the way we plan them.  Sabrina fucked Donovan to get a better grade on her paper, her father died, and she had to leave school to go take care of her younger sister. There goes her free ride to an Ivy-league college.

Ten years later, we catch up to Sabrina Lind and Weston King at a three-day Advertising  Conference in New York City, where they reconnected and finally had their date.  Jokingly Weston offered Sabrina a job to try and keep her longer than the weekend.  She returned to California life only for three months before King-Kincaid Boys- Men turned it upside down.  She received an offer to difficult to pass up and moved to NYC to start her new life thinking Donovan was still in Toyko. Like I said before plans don’t always go the way we plan.    To find out what happened you need to read the damn book; I’m sure you will fall in love with Donovan just like the rest of us.

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