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Bad Boys, Bad Boys

By: Mia Watts | Other books by Mia Watts
Published By: Pride Publishing
Published: Mar 16, 2009
ISBN # 9781907010071
Word Count: 12,000
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Eligible Price: $2.50

Available in: Adobe Acrobat, Microsoft Reader, HTML, Mobipocket (.prc), Epub, Mobipocket (.mobi)

Categories: Romance>LGBTQ>Gay Romance>Contemporary Romance>Erotic Romance


Bad Boys, Bad Boys by Mia Watts - Romance>LGBTQ>Gay eBook

What you gonna do when they cum for you? A police force partner submits to his desire while under the influence of alcohol. But since neither of the men are gay, what do they do with their lurking lust?

Geo Wilson has been partnered to Mack for three years. Sharing the same muscular build, dark hair, and olive complexion, they've been dubbed 'the twins' by the department. But lately Geo's dreams have taken an erotic twist to centre around Mack.

Mack values his friendship with Geo, would give his life for the man. Then one night Geo has a few too many beers and plants a kiss on him, he can't forget. He might have been able to pass it off as beer-haze except in helping Geo get back to his apartment, Mack is taken off guard by Geo's tackle and a mind-numbing blow job.

Now the partnership has to redefine itself while the criminal world continues around them. They could lose their badges, or lose each other.
Reader Rating:   4.4 starstarstarstarstar (58 Ratings)
Sensuality Rating:   lipliplipliplip
Copyright © Mia Watts, 2009
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Excerpt from: Bad Boys, Bad Boys

Mack hooked the heel of his boot on the barstool rung across the room and wrapped his long fingers around the thick shaft of his beer bottle. Geo shivered with hungry appreciation. He watched the supple stretch of buttery black leather pull taut across Mack’s shoulder blades and the lift of the bottle rim to his lips. The bottle paused midway and Mack threw back his head on a bone-vibrating laugh.

“There he is,” Will yelled, knocking his shoulder against Mack’s.

“Hey,” Mack yelled over the din of sports commentary. He lifted his bottle in the air. His coat swung open, flashing the gold-on-leather detective’s badge of the

Maple Grove police department. “We were wondering where you were. What took so long?”

Geo’s lips pulled into an obligatory smile. It was nearly impossible to look Mack in the eye after the graphic sex dreams he’d been having about him for the last week. One had brought him to full wakefulness, belting out Mack’s name as his body convulsed in orgasm.

Crap of it was, he couldn’t exactly avoid him. Geo fingered his own badge, looped through his belt. Finding another man attractive made Geo gay, he supposed. Finding his fellow detective attractive, made it complicated. Gay partners. Sounded like a redundancy, but Geo didn’t think Mack or the other detectives would find it as amusing. Hell, he didn’t find it amusing, just incredibly erotic.

Pulling himself together, Geo pasted a smile on his face and ploughed through the bar’s smoky dimness as though he walked against a stiff wind.

“Covey case,” he said when he reached Mack and Will.

Mack shot him an asking look. “What could have happened in the twenty minutes since I left the office?”

He did lift the bottle to his lips this time, and Geo stole a glance at the hard amber glass pressing his partner’s mouldable lips. The rolled rim of the bottle resembled the flared head of a thick cock. Unavoidably, he imagined the firm, full lips pressed to the tip of his dick, sipping the mushroom head as he came in ball-wrenching spurts.

His gut clenched on the image. His brain desperately wanted to return everything to normal. The way it was before he grew sexually aware of his partner.

Geo slid his hands into his pockets to cover his physical reaction but couldn’t tear his eyes off Mack’s throat. It worked over each swallow, his Adam’s apple bobbing beneath silky tanned skin. Geo broke into a cold sweat.

“Chief wants a ’round the clock stakeout with Douglas and Nix.” Hours of sitting, alone, with Mack in a dark car. Not touching but wanting to and not really wishing to explore why touching Mack was fast becoming an obsession.

Fucking torture.
Reader Reviews (7)
Submitted By: Booklover76 on Jan 29, 2014
Loved this book. The characters were awesome and the path they take to find their way together is enjoyable to read. Also if you enjoy this one make sure to check out reasonable doubt it gives you another chance to enjoy this couple as well as introducing you to the amazing Andy.
Submitted By: enjoy on Jan 11, 2013
I liked that the author got creative with her characters they seemed more real to me I've read the book twice already and will read it again many times. Well worth the time and effort.
Submitted By: say101 on Apr 11, 2011
Ok not a bad book but not worth the price tag. If it would've lasted longer it would've been fine.
Submitted By: hnnaah on Oct 31, 2010
Hot, hot story, I look forward to other books by this author
Submitted By: mcsxmas on May 10, 2010
I love "cop partners" stories and this one was excellent. Interesting story, hot guys.
Submitted By: sfrizell on Aug 4, 2009
Good, quick read and up to par w/ Mia Watts writing. Enjoyable and humorous.
Submitted By: verdant on Jul 5, 2009
Police partners, one gay, one straight, then the gay turns the straight gay. It's cliche, but it's also one of my favorite plots. This one is short but it gets to the point without long denial and angsty moments, and still enjoyable to read.rn

Bad Boys, Bad Boys

By: Mia Watts