Review & Tour- Dirty Deeds by Geri Glenn and Jacqueline M. Sinclair

Title: Dirty Deeds
Author: Geri Glenn and Jacqueline M. Sinclair

Photographer: Dave Kelly Artistics
Cover models: Jurnee Lane and Lance Jones
Designer: Wicked by Design
Release Date: January 6, 2017

“This book kept me up all night and turning pages as fast as I could to see what would happen next.” – Becca The Bibliophile

“Dirty Deeds is full to the brim of drama, action, romance, suspense, humour… well pretty much every genre you can think of, there is at least some of it, somewhere in this book. The suspense even kept you guessing right up until the reveal.” – MJ’s Book Blog and Reviews

Gemma’s Review

As soon as I read that this was a MC read, I knew that would instantly have me hook. What I didn’t know what how much of an amazing book this was because it was an incredible exciting and suspenseful read. When reading an MC book these are two of the things that make MC books a remarkable read and I was so happy to discover that this book had it all. There was drama, action, romance and humour throughout this story that kept me captivated from start to finish.

The heroine of the story is Tory who is a strong, confident and bike riding character that didn’t let anything keep her down. I love the relationship that she had with her cousin Spencer and the way that they would hang out on their bikes together. Tori were an independent character that didn’t like to except help from others. I really enjoyed reading about a strong female character in a MC book and I really enjoyed this character.

I absolutely loved the hero of this story Trick because of the way that he was this strong alpha male but at the same time he had a soft side to him that he used when he was with Tori. I absolutely loved the way that he worked for Tori’s attention and the way that he fought for her. Trick was definite book boyfriend that I absolutely loved.

Dirty deeds is about Tori who lost her parents at a young age meeting Trick a member of the MC. When Tori sees Trick’s tattoo it triggers her to have memories form the night her parents were murdered and she knew that the MC that Trick was a part of was involved.

Once started to read this story I couldn’t put it down because there was so many questions that I had during the book that I wanted to find out the answers to. I really enjoyed the writing style of both authors in this book because I loved the way that I thought I had figured everything out, there would be a twist I didn’t see coming. I loved the characters within the story and found that everything flowed really well together within the story. I loved this story and would recommend anyone looking for a romantic suspense or MC read.


My life had been going just fine until the night I met him. He was darkness, sex, and danger, all wrapped into one perfectly muscled package, and he had his sights set on me. But that same night, everything I knew about my life was turned upside down. One glimpse of Trick’s tattoo, and the memories consume me. That’s when my anger was born.

Someone in his club killed my parents, and I had watched it happen. I can’t remember much, but I will stop at nothing to find out who that someone was, and make them pay. Getting close to Trick is the only way to do that, but he’s loyal to his club. As things heat up, conspiracies are revealed, and I’m about to learn just how deep those loyalties run.

From the instant I laid eyes on Tori, I wanted her. And for the first time ever, I find myself having to work at getting close to a woman. She’s mysterious and gorgeous, and I never quite know what she’s going to do next. She’s fascinating, but something’s not right. Something is holding her back from me. Something I intend to find out.

But then she does something crazy. After she accuses my club of being responsible for the death of her parents, I know I should cut ties with her. I have a responsibility to my club—to my brothers. But what if she’s telling the truth? I’ve introduced her to them, and that means she’s now in danger. As a member of Satan’s Wrath, I have to let this play out, but how can I protect her without going against my brothers?

Geri Glenn is the Amazon best-selling author of the Kings of Korruption MC Series. 

Geri has been an avid reader for as long as she can remember. She can usually be found curled up in a comfy chair, reading on her iPad both day and night. Geri is an incurable night owl, and it’s not uncommon for her to still be awake, reading at 4 am, just because she can’t put the book down!

Geri loves all genres of fiction, but her passion is anything romantic or terrifying; basically anything that can get her heart pumping. This passion has bled out onto her laptop, and became the Kings of Korruption. 

Writing that first book in the series knocked off the #1 thing on Geri’s bucket list, and publishing it has been an absolute dream come true. She hopes you love the Kings as much as she does.

Jacqueline grew up in the rural southeast and is the youngest child of a large and rowdy family. Reading was an escape when there wasn’t much else around to do. She loves everything from classical literature to true crime and everything in between. With her two children grown and gone, she’s surrounded by a menagerie of adopted pets and a two-legged thief who refused to give her heart back after a night of karaoke.

With a day job and a dream job, her writing is a steamy combination of real life and seeking to answer the age-old question of what would happen if…and then characters come along and completely derail the plan. Letting them have their say provides plenty of sleepless nights and an endless combination of coffee and wine, but she hopes you enjoy their stories.



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