Thursday, May 20, 2021

Review: Disaster Girl by Michelle Dayton

The only thing she knows better than walking into a disaster is digging herself out of one.

Tess Greene knows disaster—dating disasters, computer disasters, family disasters, you name it. But just when her life is finally almost perfect, she’s targeted by an internet celebrity who runs a revenge porn site admired by douchebags across the country. She has one month before the entire world will have an up-close-and-personal view of her sexual history. Tess has always handled everything on her own, but for this disaster, she needs backup.

Max Hampshire, a brilliant hacker, is exactly the lifeline Tess needs. What she doesn’t need is Max himself. She does not need his quick wit, sexy black-framed glasses, or all-around sweetness. The last guy who helped Tess left with his life crushed and his heart broken, so she knows that staying far away from Max would be safer for everyone.

But safety isn’t really an option when dealing with sleazy predators—or love…


My Review:

I couldn’t put this book down.

I was originally drawn to the title and blurb of this book, but I honestly didn’t know what to expect from it.  I was quickly pulled into the story and couldn’t wait to see how it ended.  Tess kicks butt.  Literally.  She is one tough girl.  When Tess found out a sex video, that she made years ago, was about to go live on a porn website, she recruited the help of a friend of one of her co-workers to hack into the website and delete her video.  Little did Tess realize, she would soon find herself falling for Max, even though he was totally opposite of the men she was usually attracted to.  The sex tape and new romance weren’t the only things going on in Tess’s life, she also had family issues that needed to be worked out.  This book is a good mix of rom-com, revenge and family drama.    


  1. I'm so glad you liked it Janine. You've made my day!!! xxoo--Michelle

    1. I'm happy to have been able to make your day a bit brighter. :)