- File Size: 1079 KB
- Print Length: 240 pages
- Publisher: Loveswept (August 8, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 8, 2017
- Sold by: Random House LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01N9WU58U
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #42,721 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Dirty Deeds (The Dirty Series) Kindle Edition
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Wow, I am so excited about this new series. Everything about Gaige and Alec was amazingly good. OMG, so, so good!
When the story begins, it's hard to know what's going on. All that's obvious is that Gaige is being forced to break in someplace he doesn't want to be...it just happens to be the server room of Alec's company...and Alec catches him in the act. From there the two are forced into a partnership where neither one knows the full story of what exactly is going on...through no fault of their own. A CIA agent is pulling all the strings and the two of them bond over their hatred of him (Seth for those that are familiar with HKD's other m/m romantic suspense stories).
So, needless to say, neither Gaige nor Alec trusts the other. Add to that, they are both extremely intelligent, and I kind of fell in love with both of them. They've both been hurt. They don't trust easily. And they know that this entire situation is filled with lies. This isn't exactly the basis for a relationship. But they are stuck together and it becomes hard to resist each other.
I had so much love for this story. Seriously, so much love. Gaige has this vulnerable side that just made me want to hug him. Alec doesn't take crap from anyone, but he lets Gaige get away with a lot just because he's intrigued.
And when I started writing this book, I saw there's a second book coming featuring Finn, Alec's brother. OMG, YES!! I'm ready to read it NOW! And here's my one complaint...why, oh why doesn't Loveswept bring out their books in print??? I want this one on my keeper shelf.
HIGHLY RECOMMEND! Definitely a favorite read from 2017.
I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for an honest review.
Quote: Gaige was so cold he had to "de-thaw". What? Freeze more?
I am not sure what either H looked like either. One was tall and one had washboard abs. I did not feel any chemistry between them either. Some sex scenes were hot, others confusing.
They mystery was not very deep. The book was more evasive than mysterious to me.
No dirty deed goes unnoticed in a seductive game of cat and mouse. But for Alec and Gaige, the wrong move could get them killed.
Alec Drummond didn’t make his billions by playing nice—or by playing much at all. When it comes to pleasure, Alec only has time for whatever’s quick and easy, which is exactly what he gets from his company’s hot new computer genius. But Gaige Owens isn’t some pushover. He pushes back, and it’s giving Alec a rush. The question is, could Gaige be the one who’s leaking trade secrets? Just to be safe, Alec keeps him close at hand…night and day.
Gaige never thought he’d roll over for a man like Alec again, but who could resist sex this mind-blowing? Then there’s the draw of Alec’s mysterious side: his cutthroat ambition, his covert CIA connections, and the murder in his past. For Gaige, a deeper look proves an irresistible temptation. But when Gaige and Alec are stripped of their defenses by an unseen danger, everything they don’t know could bring them closer together—or tear them apart. Only one thing is certain: Before it’s all over, someone’s going down.
Alec Drummond is a billionaire tycoon whose companies supply seeds around the world. The seeds are also included in the seedbank in the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway—a Doomsday vault set up to protect seeds for future agriculture needs if/when radioactivity destroys all we have now. As a quick aside—the author includes a note telling readers this information is real.
Alec’s company is global but his operating base is in Munich, which is where he meets Gaige Owens, a computer genius forced on him by Seth Lang, whom we met in <i>Guarding Mr. Fine</i>. Seth is now heading a covert operation under the auspices of the CIA, supposedly, though that is thrown in doubt throughout the story when it appears that Seth is not backed by the organization.
The book started slowly for me, with the author getting all the background information we’d need later laid down in small increments, so at times I was a bit bored. But by 35% in, the story picked up and went on to get more exciting so I just had to keep going. The complexity of what’s involved is much more than I could begin to describe in a review, but suffice it to say it would be highly appealing to those who like brain-twisters, covert ops, and/or complex and complicated plots providing excitement and adventure both in and out of the bedroom.
Gaige and Alec explode together when they decide to give in to their primal urges and pursue a “no strings attached” relationship. But do they trust each other? Certainly not—at least not at first. Alec holds trust very dear to him and only allows a few people into his inner circle. He was betrayed by his father and uncle when he was younger so is suspicious of most others except for his two brothers and two employees who have been with him for years. The author cleverly throws most of them under the bus as she romps through this tale leaving little breadcrumbs of clues—some fake, some not—and then brings the drama to a head in the exciting last chapters, which take place in Norway.
I almost solved the mystery by guessing the top troublemaker, but I missed that person’s partner in crime by a mile. Ah well, figuring out one of the bad guys was enough to make me happy in this mystery/espionage thriller. If you like your MM romance to start out with hot men who come together in lust before they realize they might be heading for love, and if you want to add a heck of a lot of mystery and intrigue, attempted murders, betrayal, and international espionage into the mix, then you should certainly pick this one up.
Most recent customer reviews
It's a good thing I read Guarding Mr. Fine a while ago b/c I wanted to beat Seth in this book. I loved him so hard in his story.
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