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Talk Dirty to Me

Series: Devils Pride MC , Book 2.0
By: Jessie G. | Other books by Jessie G.
Published By: Jessie G Books
Published: Mar 08, 2016
ISBN # JSSGBK0000009
Word Count: 79,009
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Categories: Romance>LGBTQ>Gay Romance>Contemporary Romance>Suspense/Mystery/Thriller


Talk Dirty to Me (Devils Pride MC) by Jessie G. - Romance>Contemporary eBook

As a secret agent for the DEA, Snake’s gone deep into Devils Pride MC with the hope of bringing down the head of Miami’s lucrative drug trade and finds himself saddled with the club’s volatile and secretive SA instead. Unfortunately, after years as partners doing shit neither of them wanted to do for reasons neither of them felt comfortable sharing, Snake considers Trick his best friend. Now he’ll do anything to repair the damage his own necessary lies did to their friendship because, while Trick may have walked away from the MC, Snake needs someone he trusts to have his back.

Meanwhile, Snake’s contact at the DEA has him tied up in knots. The sexy voice and inappropriate comments have him walking around with a permanent set of blue balls. Life undercover is lonely and he lives for every phone call, but his own personal Deep Throat is skittish about committing to a date once Snake returns to headquarters. As far as Snake’s concerned, they only have one shot to build something together and he’s not willing to waste it.

Greg knows he’s not Snake’s type, or anyone’s for that matter. Former love interests called him plain, chubby, and boring. More comfortable in his tech cave than with people, he’s a grade A nerd who isn’t exactly GQ material. Normally he would never be brave enough to flirt with anyone—much less the very hot and very dangerous ginger who’d been starring in his nightly fantasies—but Snake needed something to keep him from getting lost undercover. What started out as a helping hand quickly became an integral part of their relationship—if one could call a five year phone conversation a relationship—and Greg is terrified that once Snake’s sees the wizard behind the curtain, he’ll lose the only man he’s ever loved.

Now the DEA has called Snake home to plan the next stage of the mission, leaving Greg no more places to hide. When fantasy and reality collide, will it be everything Snake hopes for or everything Greg fears? The trick will be staying alive long enough to figure out the answer.
Reader Rating:   4.0 starstarstarstar (1 Ratings)
Sensuality Rating:   lipliplip
“I’m done thinking about this for tonight. Tell me something good before we hang up.”

The request wasn’t new. Gene had become a completely different person to join the MC, and while some agents thrived under the challenge of adopting a whole new personality, Greg was seeing signs that Gene was losing himself. In the beginning of their working relationship, he hadn’t called him by his undercover name because he thought it was ridiculous. In his opinion, Snake was a stupid name even for a biker and he knew Gene chose it to poke fun at his role. He was the snake in the MC’s grass and anyone who got in his way would find out just how venomous he could be.

The more they worked together, the more positive he was that Gene was nothing like his alter ego and he worried that Gene wouldn’t be able to find himself once the job was done. Greg made it his mission to use Gene’s given name at least a couple of times in every conversation just to remind the man of who he was.

When Gene first started asking him to tell him something ‘good,’ something unrelated to the case, he struggled to think of something worthwhile to share. They didn’t really know each other, had never met in person, and he didn’t think Gene cared to know about his personal life. The first few attempts had fallen flat, so he started sharing tidbits about his family and, to his surprise, Gene couldn’t get enough of hearing about the Bacchus clan. “My sister finally made me an Uncle.”

“Well, now that is awesome fucking news. Tell me all about our little nephew.” Our little nephew. He was a fool to get weak in the knees when he was sure Gene didn’t mean it the way Greg wanted him to mean it. Gene’s whole interest in his family was because he was looking for things to keep him connected to reality and virtually adopting Greg’s family had done that for him. It wasn’t an indication of the man’s feelings for him or anything. Right?

“Eva says he’s perfect, of course. Ten perfect little fingers and toes, just over eight pounds, with a crazy head of black hair. I thought babies came out bald, but I guess that hair thing runs in the family. Mom says it means she’ll have a girl next.” Greg grinned at the reminder of how his sister groaned at that. Right now she was swearing to anyone who would listen that she was never having another baby. None of them believed her for a second. “Eva was not happy to hear that.”

Gene’s genuine laughter tugged at his heart. Greg knew he missed his mother, missed having a direct link to someone who actually cared about him, and it was yet another reason why Gene latched onto these stories about his family. “Ah, I do love your mom’s superstitions. What’s the little guy’s name?”

“Nicolas, after his father.” Greg genuinely liked his brother-in-law and was happy for their growing family. He didn’t quite get the whole thing about passing on a name from one generation to another, but all that mattered was that they were happy with it.

“It’s not Eugene, but I guess it’s a good name,” Gene teased.

“Someday you’ll have your own little one to pass your name onto.” Greg’s heart sped up at the thought of a little Eugene Jr. running around with his father’s red hair and hazel eyes, and was instantly jealous of the woman who would bring that gift into the world. Hell, there were so many reasons why it was foolish of him to be jealous of some nameless, faceless, unknown woman that may or may not come into Gene’s life somewhere down the line, but apparently foolishness wasn’t going to stop him.
Reader Reviews (1)
Submitted By: nrevvy on Jul 15, 2016
I'm not sure any Devils Pride book is going to be better than Tricking Chase was for me. Bull and Red actually fell to second place when I read that. This was good and I enjoyed seeing Greg and Snake/Gene finally meet. Even if it wasn't ideal! I appreciated that Greg's character wasn't all muscles and abs, and that Snake was able to fall for him by getting to know him first. That said, I don't feel like I got enough of them being together and as a couple. There was a little too much telling about their connection and not showing. It was mostly confined to the end of the story. The first 50% or so was rather confusing to me. The majority of that was all meetings with the various groups. There was the DEA and Greg and Snakes boss discussing stuff. Then Snake and the Devils MC. Next, Snake, Ty and Ric, and the Devils MC and the Wizards MC. Then the whole group at Ric's building. I had a hard time figuring out what was going on with all the back and forth. It was also a bit strange when a couple of other POV's were mixed in, besides Greg and Snake. That, however, is probably more my fault than the story's, but it was still a long stretch before any action started. One big niggle for me: In Tricking Chase, Ty says that he stepped in when Snake needed a sponsor. In this book, it says Junior is the sponsor. Seems like kind of a big error. The last half of the book picked up on the action a lot more, where they were moving in on Santos network. There was a pretty good twist thrown in, too. I also lost track of who Dax and Sid are. It'll be interesting to see what happens to the MC now, and to Carlos and Mateo. I'd say the story arc that started with Davin and Ric is over with this book. I think we'll see more of everyone at points in other stories from what I've seen from the author. So, a good addition to the series and Jessie G will remain an auto-buy author for me.

Talk Dirty to Me

By: Jessie G.