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Blog Tour: Talk Dirty to Me (Devils Pride MC #2) by Jessie G.

Talk Dirty to Me (Devils Pride MC #2) by Jessie G. Books
Series: Devils Pride MC
Paperback: 240 pages
Publisher: Jessie G Books (March 7, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1530582598
ISBN-13: 978-1530582594
Amazon: Talk Dirty to Me (Devils Pride MC #2)
Amazon Kindle: Talk Dirty to Me (Devils Pride MC #2)

Blurb: 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.

PG-Rated Excerpt

Knowing what Gene needed before he actually asked was what made them a good team and his growing personal feelings aside, he believed they worked well together. Greg also knew Gene felt the same way because he never failed to show his appreciation. “Thanks, Sunshine, I knew I could count on you. So, tell me how the move to Tampa’s going?”
Greg sighed and leaned back in his chair to look at the ceiling. He had been working at the DC office since joining the agency and while he enjoyed the work, DC was a stressful place to live. He’d adapted just as he’d done when he went to MIT in Cambridge, but it wasn’t his first choice. When the request to transfer and be closer to the undercover operation he’d been devoting ninety percent of his time to came in, he jumped at it even though he questioned his superior’s motives.
But moving was stressful, fitting in with new coworkers more so, and doing both while keeping up with Gene’s needs was damn near exhausting. It was worth it, but he was more tired than he ever remembered being and none of that was Gene’s problem. As an undercover agent in an outlaw motorcycle club, he had more important things to worry about, so Greg downplayed the stress he’d been under. “Florida’s better than DC, that’s for sure.”
“But?” Gene asked knowingly and Greg sighed. He should have known better than to think he could bluff his answer. They’d been talking multiple times a day for almost a year. If there was anyone who could tell just by the tone of his voice what he was feeling, it was Gene.
“When I first got this assignment, it seemed odd that I wasn’t immediately transferred to a closer office. Not that location really mattered in the past, but our partnership was a first in the agency. Normally, undercover agents have full use of the entire Intelligence Division and everyone in ID works together so nothing falls through the cracks.” Maybe he was becoming more like Gene, because he was seeing shadows everywhere lately. “That didn’t happen and it obviously wasn’t necessary because I was able to do whatever you needed from DC. So why, out of nowhere, did Crockett and Stimer request me in the Tampa office? If they wanted me closer to your operation, why not Fort Myers or even the Miami office?”
Gene didn’t immediately respond and Greg knew he was choosing his words. Lately, they’d begun to wonder if someone within the agency, or any branch of law enforcement, was working with Durango. Crooked agents were an unfortunate fact of life and the more information he uncovered about Durango and the MC, the more things didn’t add up. Namely, putting an agent in what they had to know would be a long term undercover operation only to bitch about how long it was taking him to get the job done. It was like they were setting him up for failure and that didn’t sit well with Greg at all.
He was fully invested in doing the best job he could and that was only solidified by the growing personal feelings he was developing for Gene. The last thing Greg wanted was to see him get burned by the agency they both joined in the hopes of doing something good.
“I can hear those wheels turning from here, but we both know how dangerous it is for you to go poking around into Crockett or Stimer. You’re the new face in the office so you have no allies you can trust. If anyone catches wind of what you’re doing…”
“They won’t.” Greg wanted to sneer at the suggestion that he didn’t know how to cover his tracks. The only thing that stopped him was the knowledge that Gene cared about the risks he might be taking. That concern was a foreign concept that he didn’t know how to deal with. “I know how to hide a trail, Gene.”
“I don’t doubt your abilities for a second,” Gene assured, taking the wind out of any potential argument between them. “I just don’t want to see you get hurt. If Crockett or Stimer or someone else has a hidden agenda, you’ll find it in the work we’re already doing. You’re already cherry picking the information you put in the files, already deciding what they can and can’t be trusted with, right?”
“Yes,” Greg grudgingly admitted. He just didn’t know if those precautions were enough.
Gene chuckled at his tone. “You and I both know if they’re in any way involved in Durango’s business, if they’re doing anything to hinder the case, you’ll uncover it in the intelligence you’re already gathering. I know it’s not enough, but I’m already in play and there’s no way to step back now. If you go digging and someone catches wind of it, you paint a target on both our backs.”
Which was the only reason he hadn’t already gone digging and why he was coming clean now. The very last thing he wanted to do was make Gene’s job more dangerous than it already was. “Fine.”
Gene laughed at him again and he found himself pulling up a photo of the agent. It was unfair how good looking the man was. Tall, broad, scruffy, with piercing eyes and a strong chin, and lips made for doing sinful things. Gene was all of Greg’s weakness wrapped up in a hard body that made his fingers itch to touch.
A soft sigh and the sound of a bed creaking brought his attention back to their conversation. “I’m done thinking about this for tonight. Tell me something good before we hang up.”



Meet the author: Like many readers, the dream of being a writer has been with me a long time. After three decades of trying, I'd begun to doubt. Thanks to social media, I followed my favorite authors hoping to glean some words of wisdom as I pounded out half-formed ideas with alarming regularity. Two repetitive themes emerged: to be a great writer you must read a lot and your butt must be in the chair every day like it's a job. The more you write, the easier it will be to write and the better you will be at writing. I took that advice to heart and write every day. With three series in the works and a full schedule of releases planned for the next two years, it's been amazing to have made this dream my reality.
I am a firm believer in marriage equality, love at first sight, power dynamics, and happily ever after. I'm a lover of strong secondary characters, and series filled with families—biological or chosen. All are themes you'll find throughout my books.

1) Was there a basis for you story? A previous experience or something else? Nope, I’ve never been a DEA agent or involved with drug dealers, gun runners, or human traffickers. I know, my life is boring. Mostly it’s me delving into the mystique of the biker culture and exploiting the perception of them.

2) What skills do you think a writer needs? A certain level of crazy, expert level procrastination, and a very thick skin.

3) What for you is the perfect book hero? He should be strong and sensitive, confident and insecure, goal oriented and willing to get his hands dirty.

4) Is there anything you find particularly challenging in your writing? Keeping the details straight. My books are all interconnected and story arcs tend to cross over from one book to another, so I keep detailed spreadsheets so I can keep the continuity.

5) Tell us about your favorite childhood book. Where the While Things Are is probably my favorite as it’s the story of little boy who brings his imagination to life. When I’m deep in a story, I feel a lot like Max as I’m bringing my characters and their world to life.

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Tour Dates & Stops:
14-Mar: Sassygirl Books, Carly’s Book Reviews
16-Mar: Wicked Faerie's Tales and Reviews
18-Mar: Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents, Foxylutely Book Reviews
21-Mar: Alpha Book Club
23-Mar: V's Reads
25-Mar: The Dark Arts
28-Mar: Oh My Shelves
30-Mar: Happily Ever Chapter, The Hat Party
1-Apr: 3 Chicks After Dark, Velvet Panic, MM Good Book Reviews
4-Apr: Full Moon Dreaming, Outrageous Heroes, Mikky's World of Books, Nephy Hart,
Elisa - My Reviews and Ramblings, Book Lovers 4Ever. Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words,
Up All Night, Read All Day
6-Apr: Man2ManTastic, The Novel Approach
8-Apr: Two Chicks Obsessed With Books and Eye Candy, Joyfully Jay
11-Apr: A.M. Leibowitz
13-Apr: Divine Magazine, Unquietly Me
15-Apr: Bonkers About Books
18-Apr: Kirsty Loves Books
20-Apr: Cathy Brockman Romances
22-Apr: Dawn’s Reading Nook, MM Book Escape
25-Apr: Molly Lolly, Books A to Z
27-Apr: Prism Book Alliance
29-Apr: Love Bytes, My Fiction Nook,
2-May: TTC Books and More, Bayou Book Junkie
4-May: Book Reviews and More by Kathy, Inked Rainbow Reads, Hearts on Fire, Making It Happen,
Because Two Men Are Better Than One
6-May: BFD Book Blog, Multitasking Mommas

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